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By Matt Szabo | July 17, 2009
The five principles hang in a picture frame on the wall, giving visitors an inkling of what they might expect when they enter the dojo. “Effort, etiquette, sincerity, self-control, character.” These are words that mean a lot to Sensei Jeff Kash, the instructor at the United Studios of Self Defense in Laguna Beach. He tries to convey these things to the young — and the young-at-heart — who enter the doors of the small studio, tucked into a corner of the Albertsons parking lot on South Coast Highway.
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August 1, 2008
Presbyterians hold Vacation Bible school Laguna Presbyterian Church wrapped up its Vacation Bible School last week with skits, science experiments, games, songs and ?Funologists.? This year?s theme spawned several experiments, including dry ice with a thin film of soap over the top causing the ice to bubble up, to demonstrate ?how God?s love powerfully bubbles over us all.? The school was filled shortly after enrollment opened last spring. Many volunteers from the congregation worked behind the scenes, led activity stations and acted in skits, assisting Family Life Pastor Steve Sweet, Worship Leader Beth Pinney, and Christian Education Leaders Lisa Wilhelm, Maggie Craig and Gail Onodera.
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June 4, 2004
Marc Alan Dale Laguna resident Marc Alan Dale died Sunday. He was 60. Mr. Dale lived in Laguna for more than 22 years. He is a graduate of Tustin High School and attended UC Berkeley. He served in the U.S. Army from 1965 to 1967. He received his master's degree in structural engineering from Cal Poly Pomona. His engineering firm, Marc Dale Associates, is in Laguna Beach. Mr. Dale has designed structures throughout the country including the largest concrete tilt-up building in the world.
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By Tracey Laity | June 9, 2006
The first step in teaching children how to deal with dangerous situations is showing them how to avoid them in the first place, physical education teacher and martial art expert Janet Goliger said. Goliger teaches self-defense to children as part of her physical education program at Mountain Avenue, La Crescenta and Lincoln elementary schools, and recently self-published a book for parents on her methods, entitled "I Need To Be Safe, I'm Worth It." Most children think they need to fight themselves out of confrontational situations, whether it be a class bully or a stranger on the street, Goliger said, but the single most important thing a child can do is maintain a safe distance from an aggressor and know when to run and get adult help.
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October 17, 2008
A higher-than-expected number of new students has led to an influx of new staff members at Laguna Beach Unified School District. Many of the newcomers have interesting backgrounds in addition to their professional strengths. ?At El Morro Elementary School, Technology Support Aide Van Le is a second-degree black belt in Kenpo Karate. Melissa Martinez , an instructional assistant, is the mother of three boys. Nicole Osmanian Petersen and Camilla Maki round out the new classified, or non-teaching, staff and are also serving as instructional assistants, as well as being moms.
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December 5, 2003
Barbara Diamond One door opens as another one closes is a metaphor for accepting change. In Laguna Beach, it's business as usual. Hayes Jewelers, a cornerstone of business on Forest Avenue since 1962 is closing. Art for the Soul opened just one week ago. The two stores are as different as chalk and cheese. Hayes is a quiet, refined showcase for jewelry and watches. Art for the Soul is a riot of color, starting at the front door. Purple, black and taupe replaced the pastel aqua and pink exterior that fronted the beauty supply store that occupied the location for years.
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April 4, 2003
FOOD FOR THOUGHT Moms and dads who work outside the home and act as Family Feeder have a rough time. I sometimes wonder how they manage to survive the workday, arrive home after a nerve-wracking commute and have the strength to even think about getting a meal on the able. Do adults and children sit down to a traditional supper anymore? Even those who work at home are having a hard time preserving the tradition. Grown-ups spend longer hours in home offices and find their free time filled with meetings, errands and carpool responsibilities.
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June 13, 2003
Suzie Harrison Playing games, dancing, dressing up and making boomerangs may not seem like typical classwork, but the offbeat assignments fit perfectly as first-graders at Top of the World Elementary School celebrated "International Day" on Tuesday. During the past three months, the students had been learning about cultures from around the world, and for this day the students got to be a matador, a Viking, a cowboy or whatever they chose to be, and engaged in hands-on activities indigenous to different parts of the globe.
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By Bryce Alderton | November 7, 2013
The Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach is one step closer toward using the Lang Park Community Center for one of its programs. The Laguna Beach City Council voted 5 to 0 at its Tuesday meeting for City Manager John Pietig to submit a conditional use permit application for Planning Commission approval, schedule a public outreach meeting and prepare a draft lease agreement. The club seeks exclusive use of the center's multipurpose room for The Laguna Club for Kids (TLC) program, which offers year-round after-school and summer activities for children ages 5 to 12, a city staff report said.
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September 10, 2004
Send AROUND TOWN items to the Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot, P.O. Box 248, Laguna Beach, CA 92652; fax to 494-8979; call 494-4321 or e-mail coastlinepilot@latimes.com. Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. TODAY HELP A CHILD The American Assn. of University Women is looking for volunteers to work with children at El Morro Elementary School. Anyone who enjoys working with will be welcome. Help a Child volunteers work with teachers in the classroom during school hours.
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By Matt Szabo | July 17, 2009
The five principles hang in a picture frame on the wall, giving visitors an inkling of what they might expect when they enter the dojo. “Effort, etiquette, sincerity, self-control, character.” These are words that mean a lot to Sensei Jeff Kash, the instructor at the United Studios of Self Defense in Laguna Beach. He tries to convey these things to the young — and the young-at-heart — who enter the doors of the small studio, tucked into a corner of the Albertsons parking lot on South Coast Highway.
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