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Irene Valenti hosts Rancho Santa Fe Rotary Club ‘Taste of RSF” appreciation reception.

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Irene Valenti hosted the third annual Rotary Club of Rancho Santa Fe’s Celebration and Wine Pairing event at the Valenti Estate in Rancho Santa Fe on Oct. 12. Guests were the sponsors of the Taste of Rancho Santa Fe 2015 and the membership of the Rancho Santa Fe Rotary Club, which was held Oct. 11 at the Inn at Rancho Santa Fe. The event at the Valenti estate was co-chaired by RSF Rotarian members Heather Manion and Jamie Palizban. Proceeds from the Taste of Rancho Santa Fe support these nonprofits: San Diego Children’s Discovery Museum, Women’s Empowerment International, ConectMed International,…

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The Valenti Estate

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The Valenti estate is located in Rancho Santa Fe, California. It is available for events such as weddings, fundraisers and corporate functions (i.e. dinners, galas, etc). Please see below for photos of the estate. Can you picture your next event here? Are you getting married soon? The Valenti estate is perfect. For more information please call: (858) 759-3634    

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20 Photos To Show You The Beauty Of Human Nature

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The beauty of the human soul is not in the pretty face, it’s found within the heart, and hands of those who look, and stay. With all the daily violence going on around the globe, we might feel that the beauty remains in the pretty face only, the heart and hands are lost. But did humanity really get lost? The following are 20 pictures which will revive your hopes for the human condition, give you faith in our fellow humans. 1.  This “Citizen of the Earth” saved a person from getting a car ticket. Very amicable person, don’t you think?…

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Father Daughter Dance

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Back in the day, the father-daughter dance at a wedding had a bit more concrete meaning than it does today. Then, the festivities would begin with the father leading his daughter out onto the dance floor. At some point in the intricate dance, the father would pass his daughter off to her new husband, who would dance her away. The pass symbolized the father’s acceptance of the groom’s suitability, and his willingness to let his daughter leave his home, and take her place in her new household. While it’s not quite so literal now, the father-daughter dance is still a…

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“Irene Valenti walks the grounds of her home in Rancho San Fe. Valenti, whose business is based at another site in Rancho Santa Fe, let her lawn die to save water”.

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Where water rules  DEBORAH SULLIVAN BRENNAN & JONATHAN HORN •U-T At the epicenter of California’s withering drought is the oasis of Rancho Santa Fe, lush with tropical plants, lemon groves and acre after acre of grass. The upscale enclave earned the dubious distinction of having the state’s highest per-capita residential water use in September, when regulators began collecting that type of monthly calculation for water districts statewide. The number for the Santa Fe Irrigation District was 584 gallons per day — more than four times the state average. That distinction threw the community into the spotlight of national media and…

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Wedding Invitation Do’s and Don’ts

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With the popular summer wedding months right around the corner, most couples are deep into the planning process. But when it comes to invitation and RSVP etiquette, it’s often times confusing for the happy couple and their guests. What is the proper protocol? Here are some helpful tips: For guests who don’t RSVP and show up anyway: While you should make contact ahead of time with those who don’t respond, don’t make a big fuss of it on your wedding day if someone shows up who didn’t RSVP. Yes, it’s rude on their part, but simply ask a trusted friend…

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