Community center launches Web site

By Arlene Schag
Rancho Santa Fe Community Center

The Rancho Santa Fe Community Center is proud to announce its new Web site: www.rsfcc.org. It has taken almost two years of testing and troubleshooting, but finally this week the public will be able to register for programs online, register for membership, manage their personal profile and stay abreast with upcoming events. Business associates are also welcome to partner with the community center via the Web site.

In a grand opening gesture on June 24, an e-mail blast was sent to all community center contacts. The message contained a private user name and password to log in. If you are a member of the center, don’t forget to check your profile to ensure that all of your information is correct. You can also update important medical and dietary information for your children.

“If you have previously participated in center programs and have not received your user name and password, please contact us at (858) 756-2461,” Executive Director Pamela Meistrell said.

The convenience of using the community center’s Web site may bring in more members and participants, which will in turn help develop bigger and better events and help keep the doors open every day. New members are welcome to visit the center and pick up their free canvas tote bag with “Rancho Santa Fe” emblazoned across the front.

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