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By Barbara Diamond | January 30, 2009
The Patriots Day Parade Committee looked to the past for the 2009 theme and saw the future — E Pluribus Unum — the motto chosen by the country’s founding fathers who also faced war, economic crisis and deep political divide. Translated from Latin, it means “From Many — One.” Once again the country is in an economic slump, at war and politically polarized. But E Pluribus Unum is more of a maxim than a motto, according to the parade committee. “We respectfully believe our future as a nation depends on the many to once again become one,” said committee Chairman and Retired U.S. Marine Col. Charles Quilter II . “We are many, but we will pull out of this together.
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By Cindy Frazier | March 6, 2009
Laguna Beach will be a flurry of red, white and blue Saturday, when the 43rd annual Laguna Beach Patriots Day Parade gets underway at 11 a.m. The parade begins at Laguna Beach High School, 625 Park Ave., and proceeds north on Glenneyre Street, to Laguna Beach City Hall, 505 Forest Ave. The parade takes about two hours from start to finish. Ninety-two organizations and businesses will be in the march, which celebrates patriotism and unity. Equestrians, military and school bands, vintage cars, floats, clowns, and a host of people of all ages will march for fun and also vie for trophies, cheered on by those lining the streets.
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September 26, 2008
Harry Lawrence Day celebrated Wednesday The Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce will honor Harry Lawrence on his 95th birthday Wednesday at Main Beach. A birthday cake will be cut during the 1 p.m. celebration. Lawrence has been a member of the chamber since he and his wife bought Warren Imports in 1947. The shop closed in 2007. Among other accomplishments, Lawrence was instrumental in the redevelopment of Main Beach, opening it up to the public as a “Window To the Sea.” Patriots Day theme is ‘From Many — One’ The Laguna Beach Patriots Day Parade Committee has chosen officers for the 2009 year: President Charlie Quilter, Vice President Mike Lyons, Secretary Nina Rietsch and Treasurer Sandi Werthe.
NEWS
December 14, 2007
Take a walk into the wild, locally I saw the movie ?Into the Wild? and got wanderlust. I decided to drive up to Casper?s Park, eight miles from San Juan Capistrano on the Ortega Highway. It?s beautiful and sort of exciting, because when you enter, they give you a notice that says ?Entering mountain lion country. You are entering a wilderness area.? On Dec. 5 the view of the big waves was awesome from Treasure Island Park, where legend has it that pirates may have buried treasures.
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By Barbara Diamond | January 30, 2009
The Patriots Day Parade Committee looked to the past for the 2009 theme and saw the future — E Pluribus Unum — the motto chosen by the country’s founding fathers who also faced war, economic crisis and deep political divide. Translated from Latin, it means “From Many — One.” Once again the country is in an economic slump, at war and politically polarized. But E Pluribus Unum is more of a maxim than a motto, according to the parade committee. “We respectfully believe our future as a nation depends on the many to once again become one,” said committee Chairman and Retired U.S. Marine Col. Charles Quilter II . “We are many, but we will pull out of this together.
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