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Come celebrate Jeremiah's Ranch: a future and a hope


Last updated 10/16/2017 at Noon

Kim points to his drawing on display at Z Cafe.

FALLBROOK – Jeremiah’s Ranch is a community for those with a developmental disability and their families. Their future and hope is to put this community on a livable campus for which they are raising funds.

John Toma, owner of the Z Café in Bonsall, has been a supporter of the group for several years. On Saturday, Nov. 4, the café will be hosting the Jeremiah’s Ranch Village Block Party from 1 to 4 p.m. There will be live music, local talent, silent auctions, a buffet lunch, beer and wine garden, plus much more family fun.

Danae stands with her sculpture in the Jeremiah's Ranch art exhibit at Z Cafe.

A 2018 calendar produced by the students of the College will be available for sale. Tickets for the fundraiser may be purchased at, or call Linda White at (760) 805-5214. Tickets will also be available at the Z Cafe.

Jeremiah’s Ranch gained non-profit status in 2011, and funds are currently being raised for the first home. The Ranch will be built in three phases. The first phase will be approximately five acres with three homes. Phases two and three will be built as the funds are available; there will be housing for those with a developmental disability and offer housing for the elderly, a community center, a micro-business, and farming.

The art produced by the students will be on exhibit at the Z Cafe now through Dec. 1.


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