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January 6, 2006
A representative from the Health Insurance and Counseling Advocacy Program will be available Monday, Jan. 9, and Monday, Jan. 23, to answer questions about the new Medicare Part D prescription drug program. The service will be offered at the Laguna Beach Senior Center, 384 Legion St. To schedule an appointment, call (949) 497-2441. Irvine Valley College classes for seniors Beginning the week of Jan. 9, the Senior Center, in conjunction with Irvine Valley College Emeritus Programs, will offer a variety of courses to the Laguna Beach community.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 4, 2008
The city of Laguna Beach Senior Services, in collaboration with the Emeritus Institute at Irvine Valley College, provides courses for older adults at off-campus sites. Fall classes will be from Aug. 25 to Dec. 19. Registration for continuing students begins July 15 and new students may apply by completing an application, and may register beginning Aug. 4. For more information or to register visit www.ivc.edu/emeritus or call (949) 451- 5382. The fall schedule offers a variety of fitness and life-long learning classes at low or no cost to participants.
LOCAL
February 6, 2009
Laughter Yoga meeting is Monday A free one-hour presentation on Laughter Yoga will be conducted by Kathryn Burns in the new Susi Q Senior Center in Laguna Beach at 9:30 a.m. Monday. Those in attendance will learn the history and benefits of therapeutic laughter, and participate in a representative laughter exercise session. Laughter facilitates a stronger immune system; improved sleep patterns; a gentle massage to the internal organs (improving blood circulation, digestion and elimination)
NEWS
May 28, 2004
The Laguna Beach Fire Department is asking neighborhood groups to participate in local efforts to make the city more fire safe. The department is reminding residents to trim trees and bushes, and remove dead vegetation. It is suggesting that neighborhood groups work together to cut and collect the debris and deposit it on the roadside. The Greater Laguna Coast Fire Safe Council will pay for the chipping and disposal of the material. For more information on scheduling a Chipper Day, call Ray Lardie of the Fire Department at (949)
NEWS
February 23, 2007
Laguna Beach Senior Services and Irvine Valley College Emeritus Institute are collaborating on a new course offering in aquatic fitness. The class is designed for swimmers and nonswimmers to develop and maintain physical fitness through aerobic conditioning in the water. The class will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. to noon beginning March 20 at the Laguna Beach High School Community Pool, 625 Park Ave., Laguna Beach. The class will run through May 17 and is free.
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February 6, 2009
Laughter Yoga meeting is Monday A free one-hour presentation on Laughter Yoga will be conducted by Kathryn Burns in the new Susi Q Senior Center in Laguna Beach at 9:30 a.m. Monday. Those in attendance will learn the history and benefits of therapeutic laughter, and participate in a representative laughter exercise session. Laughter facilitates a stronger immune system; improved sleep patterns; a gentle massage to the internal organs (improving blood circulation, digestion and elimination)
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ENTERTAINMENT
July 4, 2008
The city of Laguna Beach Senior Services, in collaboration with the Emeritus Institute at Irvine Valley College, provides courses for older adults at off-campus sites. Fall classes will be from Aug. 25 to Dec. 19. Registration for continuing students begins July 15 and new students may apply by completing an application, and may register beginning Aug. 4. For more information or to register visit www.ivc.edu/emeritus or call (949) 451- 5382. The fall schedule offers a variety of fitness and life-long learning classes at low or no cost to participants.
NEWS
January 6, 2006
A representative from the Health Insurance and Counseling Advocacy Program will be available Monday, Jan. 9, and Monday, Jan. 23, to answer questions about the new Medicare Part D prescription drug program. The service will be offered at the Laguna Beach Senior Center, 384 Legion St. To schedule an appointment, call (949) 497-2441. Irvine Valley College classes for seniors Beginning the week of Jan. 9, the Senior Center, in conjunction with Irvine Valley College Emeritus Programs, will offer a variety of courses to the Laguna Beach community.
NEWS
May 28, 2004
The Laguna Beach Fire Department is asking neighborhood groups to participate in local efforts to make the city more fire safe. The department is reminding residents to trim trees and bushes, and remove dead vegetation. It is suggesting that neighborhood groups work together to cut and collect the debris and deposit it on the roadside. The Greater Laguna Coast Fire Safe Council will pay for the chipping and disposal of the material. For more information on scheduling a Chipper Day, call Ray Lardie of the Fire Department at (949)
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