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May 16, 2008
BMW dealer helps with breast cancer drive Laguna Beach resident and BMW dealer Don Crevier is donating test drives in new BMWs to help raise funds for breast cancer. For every mile driven at the Thursday event, BMW North America will donate $1 to the Orange County Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, seeking to end breast cancer. Crevier BMW will also provide a matching donation of $1 for each mile driven at its dealership, 1500 Auto Mall Drive, Santa Ana, for a total donation of $2 per mile.
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By BARBARA DIAMOND | May 12, 2006
The Boys and Girls Club fundraiser Saturday night at Montage Resort & Spa is a sell-out. "We are expecting more than 400 people," said Bali Thorn, club director of administration. Tickets were $300 each, proceeds from the Sixth Annual Art of Giving Gala will benefit the club on Laguna Canyon Road and TLC at Bluebird Park, now affiliated with the main club. Locally connected companies or residents who underwrote the event include PacifiCare, Philo and Diane Smith's Peppertree Lane, Donnie Crevier's BMW dealership, Impact Marketing Specialists' Milt and Barbi Naylor, dentist Joe Baker, Rick Balzer, Dan and Jennifer Burge, Tim and Lyn Carlyle, Dan and Judy Daniels, Bill and Mary Fischer, Judy and Keith Swayne, Tony French, Bob and Kirsten Whalen, Hearts of Montage and former Lagunans Mike and Laurie Hefty, who both grew up in town.
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November 22, 2002
Laguna Beach resident Dan Hodes was named Top Gun Attorney of the Year by the Orange County Trial Attorneys. Hodes specializes in HMO and medical malpractice cases. One of his accomplishments is his medical malpractice wrongful death verdict, the largest in the history of Orange County. He won a $10.96-million jury verdict against an HMO for the wrongful death of a woman. Hodes has also made a name for himself in the Guinness Book of World Records for making the longest open-water crossing.
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September 3, 2004
Suzie Harrison Some people might take for granted the old building at 362 Third St. -- its unassuming presence, marked with age and old plumbing. However, the 17,000 people that go through its doors every year have come to rely on the Laguna Beach Community Clinic since it opened in 1970. Founded as a free clinic, it was licensed as a nonprofit community clinic in 1985 and relies partly on fundraising to sustain itself. Its annual fundraiser facilitates expanding services and an expanding number of clients in need.
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By: BARBARA DIAMOND | October 7, 2005
Peppertree Lane's Bourbon Street Bash netted $22,000 for the Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity. The whole lane was blocked off for the Sept. 29 fundraiser. "We still have more money coming in, and Peppertree Lane will match whatever the total is," said Katy Moss, property manager of the lane. Philo and Diane Smith own the lane, one of the city's most picturesque thoroughfares. Diane Smith did the floral decorations for the fundraiser. The event was the idea of Partners Bistro proprietor Rick Sadleir, who spent three days preparing a lavish buffet of French Quarter-inspired cuisine.
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April 30, 2010
Laguna Beach?s Girls? Under-19 soccer team Laguna United has been selected to participate in the AYSO National Games held this summer in West Palm Beach, Fla. This established national soccer tournament held from July 4 to 12 provides a unique cultural exchange opportunity for numerous AYSO teams from across the nation. Coach Richard Graham, who has coached AYSO soccer in Laguna Beach for 31 years, will lead Laguna United to the tournament. He has experience with trips like these, having headed a boys?
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By Barbara Diamond, Coastlinepilot@latimes.com | September 2, 2010
City Council candidates have reported the donations they received and the money they have spent in the first six months of the year to get elected. The next financial statement, covering July 1 to Sept. 30, is due Oct. 5. Mayor Elizabeth Pearson reported the most donations of the four candidates. She received 137 donations, 19 of them from companies. Laguna Beach residents accounted for 110 of the donors of individual contributions and 10 of the 19 non-individual donations were from companies headquartered in town.
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May 27, 2005
BARBARA DIAMOND The community and the Laguna Beach Police Department paid tribute May 19 to those who serve and protect us. Thaddeus "Ted" Falencki was honored as Officer of the Year and Mike Wallock as the Civilian Employee of the Year at the 25th annual Police Department Awards and Recognition Dinner, presented by The Exchange Club of Laguna Beach at Tivoli Too. Chief James Spreine and club officials presented the...
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April 30, 2004
BARBARA DIAMOND CHOC-aholics rejoice. The Queen of Hearts Guild of Children's Hospital of Orange County has raised enough money in the last two years to fund a treatment room for CHOC at Mission Hospital. "Fantasy by the Sea," held Friday at the Surf & Sand, put the guild over the top. The goal is to build an 11-room pediatrics emergency department. "We need your help," said Rob Winokur, of Mission Hospital. "I am here for one specific goal: an emergency department specifically for children.
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April 3, 2009
Crevier receives President?s Award Don Crevier, a Laguna Beach resident and businessman, has been presented with the President?s Volunteer Service Award. The award is issued by the President?s Council on Service and Civic Participation on behalf of the president of the United States to recognize the best in American spirit, and to encourage all Americans to improve their communities through volunteer service and civic participation. This award was presented to Crevier by Roxanne Spillett, Boys & Girls Clubs of America?
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