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By By Dan Beighley | February 3, 2006
Eagle Scout candidate Jim Suchy will build 200 feet of white picket at veterans center.The pressure is on for Eagle Scout candidate Jim Suchy, who has taken it upon himself to replace the Veterans Memorial Community Center's 30-year-old fence. Suchy, a high school senior, and his crew of 10 Boy Scouts spent Saturday sawing, painting and pounding away as they dirtied their hands on the project for the first time. The new fence will bring Suchy a step closer to obtaining an Eagle Scout badge, the highest Boy Scout rank, achieved by only 4% of those who enter the organization.
NEWS
June 26, 2012
The Laguna Beach Unified School District received high test scores on the California Standards Test, according to a press release. The district achieved a base Academic Performance Index (API) score of 904, which surpassed the California benchmark of excellence of 800. "Laguna Beach Unified School District continues its upward trajectory, thanks to a strong, visionary school board, excellent principals, outstanding teachers, staff and students who are supported by our families and community," Supt.
NEWS
February 25, 2005
Everett Alexander (Alex) Heiney of Laguna Beach will be presented the Eagle Scout award in a court of honor March 4 at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Laguna Beach, 429 Cypress St. Heiney, 14, was awarded the ranking, the highest in the Boy Scouts, in January by the Pacifica District of the Orange County Council of Boy Scouts of America. To earn the rank, Heiney organized members of his troop and church to assist in completing a new Religious Education Center at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.
NEWS
June 8, 2007
Brown chosen as 'Man of Character' John Brown , a resident and Laguna Beach business owner, was honored recently as one of eight "Men of Character" by the Orange County Council of the Boy Scouts of America. The men are chosen because of their contributions to the Orange County community and because they demonstrate the values that Scouting strives to develop in young men. Brown was born and raised in Laguna Beach and moved his business here in 1999. Brown's company, The Showpros Group, is a multimedia production and live presentation company that has been in existence for 28 years.
NEWS
March 19, 2004
SchoolPower fundraiser gala is set SchoolPower's "Laguna, An Evening Celebrating Laguna's Artists and Schools" auction and dinner dance will be Saturday at the Montage. The dinner dance will showcase local artists and merchants. Auction items will include local art, travel and wine among other items to bid on. The event is black-tie optional. Because this year's Community Campaign was so successful, most tickets are already reserved, but some are still available.
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By Bryce Alderton | April 17, 2014
David Bailey's Boy Scout project allowed him to bond with his father, use his writing skills to raise money and, most important, create two new places for residents to relax at Laguna Beach's Glennwood House. The 17-year-old Laguna Niguel resident designed and built two wooden benches for the recently renovated home, which houses 50 developmentally disabled young adults. The benches hang from a patio cover in the courtyard, near the residents' vegetable garden. David, a Dana Hills High School student, had an in with Glennwood - his father, David Bailey Sr., was one of two architects, along with Morris Skenderian, who worked on the renovation.
NEWS
December 2, 2010
Children's Palettes on display The city of Laguna Beach and Laguna Outreach for Community Arts have collaborated on a dual exhibition of Holiday Palettes drawn by Laguna Beach students, now on display through December at City Hall and at the Laguna Beach Library. The program, administered by the Arts Commission, inspired 290 entries from pre-kindergarten to high school students. Images include surfing Santa's, sunbathing snowmen and shooting stars. Winning designs, selected by the Arts commission, are shown at City Hall, 505 Forest Ave. The remaining works are on view at the LOCA exhibit walls in the Children's wing of the Library, located at 363 Glenneyre St. Robinson named Student of Month Math prodigy Will Robinson was honored as Student of the Month at Laguna Beach Rotary's Nov. 19 lunch meeting.
NEWS
By Ashley Breeding | May 22, 2009
In 2004, artist Sean Tiner lost his younger brother, Mark, a sophomore at Laguna Beach High School, in a non-alcohol-related car accident. Tiner recalls that Mark, an Eagle Scout and Laguna Beach High surfer and volleyball player who was also known as ?Big Tiny? for his performances with local rap artists, looked forward to college and had dreams of attending USC. ?Most importantly, he enjoyed volunteering and giving back to the community,? Tiner said. The following year, Tiner ran the Breakers Marathon in Newport, R.I. and asked friends, family and students to donate $1 per mile in support of his ?
NEWS
May 2, 2013
I know my story is not unique, but that is all the more reason to tell it. I grew up in the Boy Scouts of America and from the time I was a small child my mother was the Den Leader of our Cub Scout troop until I went off to college, and I was proud to have earned my Eagle Scout badge. Between the weekly meetings, monthly campouts, annual summer camps, ski trips and canoe trips, the time and energy that I dedicated to the organization is astounding. That dedication is matched only by the leadership experience, confidence and character that I gained through my relationship with scouting.
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By Bryce Alderton | April 17, 2014
David Bailey's Boy Scout project allowed him to bond with his father, use his writing skills to raise money and, most important, create two new places for residents to relax at Laguna Beach's Glennwood House. The 17-year-old Laguna Niguel resident designed and built two wooden benches for the recently renovated home, which houses 50 developmentally disabled young adults. The benches hang from a patio cover in the courtyard, near the residents' vegetable garden. David, a Dana Hills High School student, had an in with Glennwood - his father, David Bailey Sr., was one of two architects, along with Morris Skenderian, who worked on the renovation.
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NEWS
May 2, 2013
I know my story is not unique, but that is all the more reason to tell it. I grew up in the Boy Scouts of America and from the time I was a small child my mother was the Den Leader of our Cub Scout troop until I went off to college, and I was proud to have earned my Eagle Scout badge. Between the weekly meetings, monthly campouts, annual summer camps, ski trips and canoe trips, the time and energy that I dedicated to the organization is astounding. That dedication is matched only by the leadership experience, confidence and character that I gained through my relationship with scouting.
NEWS
June 26, 2012
The Laguna Beach Unified School District received high test scores on the California Standards Test, according to a press release. The district achieved a base Academic Performance Index (API) score of 904, which surpassed the California benchmark of excellence of 800. "Laguna Beach Unified School District continues its upward trajectory, thanks to a strong, visionary school board, excellent principals, outstanding teachers, staff and students who are supported by our families and community," Supt.
NEWS
December 2, 2010
Children's Palettes on display The city of Laguna Beach and Laguna Outreach for Community Arts have collaborated on a dual exhibition of Holiday Palettes drawn by Laguna Beach students, now on display through December at City Hall and at the Laguna Beach Library. The program, administered by the Arts Commission, inspired 290 entries from pre-kindergarten to high school students. Images include surfing Santa's, sunbathing snowmen and shooting stars. Winning designs, selected by the Arts commission, are shown at City Hall, 505 Forest Ave. The remaining works are on view at the LOCA exhibit walls in the Children's wing of the Library, located at 363 Glenneyre St. Robinson named Student of Month Math prodigy Will Robinson was honored as Student of the Month at Laguna Beach Rotary's Nov. 19 lunch meeting.
NEWS
By Ashley Breeding | May 22, 2009
In 2004, artist Sean Tiner lost his younger brother, Mark, a sophomore at Laguna Beach High School, in a non-alcohol-related car accident. Tiner recalls that Mark, an Eagle Scout and Laguna Beach High surfer and volleyball player who was also known as ?Big Tiny? for his performances with local rap artists, looked forward to college and had dreams of attending USC. ?Most importantly, he enjoyed volunteering and giving back to the community,? Tiner said. The following year, Tiner ran the Breakers Marathon in Newport, R.I. and asked friends, family and students to donate $1 per mile in support of his ?
NEWS
June 8, 2007
Brown chosen as 'Man of Character' John Brown , a resident and Laguna Beach business owner, was honored recently as one of eight "Men of Character" by the Orange County Council of the Boy Scouts of America. The men are chosen because of their contributions to the Orange County community and because they demonstrate the values that Scouting strives to develop in young men. Brown was born and raised in Laguna Beach and moved his business here in 1999. Brown's company, The Showpros Group, is a multimedia production and live presentation company that has been in existence for 28 years.
NEWS
By By Dan Beighley | February 3, 2006
Eagle Scout candidate Jim Suchy will build 200 feet of white picket at veterans center.The pressure is on for Eagle Scout candidate Jim Suchy, who has taken it upon himself to replace the Veterans Memorial Community Center's 30-year-old fence. Suchy, a high school senior, and his crew of 10 Boy Scouts spent Saturday sawing, painting and pounding away as they dirtied their hands on the project for the first time. The new fence will bring Suchy a step closer to obtaining an Eagle Scout badge, the highest Boy Scout rank, achieved by only 4% of those who enter the organization.
NEWS
February 25, 2005
Everett Alexander (Alex) Heiney of Laguna Beach will be presented the Eagle Scout award in a court of honor March 4 at Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Laguna Beach, 429 Cypress St. Heiney, 14, was awarded the ranking, the highest in the Boy Scouts, in January by the Pacifica District of the Orange County Council of Boy Scouts of America. To earn the rank, Heiney organized members of his troop and church to assist in completing a new Religious Education Center at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.
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