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September 8, 2006
SIANI — DE PFYFFER Sandra Sue Siani is engaged to Craig Matthew de Pfyffer. Both are Laguna Beach High School graduates. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mrs. Maria Siani and the late Salvatore Siani. The prospective groom is the son of Sherry and Paul de Pfyffer. Siani received a bachelor's degree in psychology from UCLA. De Pfyffer received a bachelor's degree in environmental design from the University of Colorado at Boulder. The two were separated by a year in school, de Pfyffer being a grade ahead of Siani, and they attended many events together — including a 1976 Thurston Junior High river trip — in addition to school dances and competitive swimming events.
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NEWS
August 22, 2003
The Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot went to Laguna Beach High School's Guyer Field and asked freshman and sophomores, 'Why are you trying out for the freshman/sophomore football team?' "I'm trying out because the coach called me up and asked 'do you want to play and just give it a try?' And my friend wanted me to be in, to try." C.J. GOOD-MAN, 14 "Just to try and tackle everybody -- that's my mission." GEOVANNI ESPIRITU, 14 "Because I was asked by my teammates and coach."
NEWS
January 10, 2003
The Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot went to Laguna Beach High School and asked the question, 'What was the highlight of your winter break' "The highlight was when I got to talk to my grandmother who lives in Hemet. She called me, and I hadn't talked to her in three years." DONALD MULDER, 16 "My family builds Rose Parade floats. We do it every year. I was assistant crew director. It was great, but I kind of worked the whole break." KATIE BENT, 16 "Not being at school was pretty much the highlight."
NEWS
May 16, 2003
The Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot went to Laguna Beach High School and asked Spanish class students the question, 'What's important about learning another language?' "Learning about other people's culture and how they act in a family situation." KATY MANEE, 16 "It's pretty interesting, it helps to know about other people, the way other people speak, instead of being some guy who doesn't know anything. Plus it's pretty fun." J.P. OLSON, 15 "Under- standing it, you have to understand certain things, different ways to say things -- it's nice to know all of them.
NEWS
May 9, 2003
The Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot went to Laguna Beach High School and asked students in the honors Art Studio class, 'Who is your favorite artist?' "Andy Warhol because he had some revolu- tionary ideas that were different from his time." DIEGO VALDIVIA, 15 "Ever since I was a little girl Picasso has been my fav- orite because I love the ab- stract part and how one thing -- one aspect can complete the whole thing." MIKA BRAZELTON, 16 "Van Gogh because he uses so many differ- ent colors and his artwork is very original."
NEWS
March 21, 2003
The Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot went to Laguna Beach High School and asked students the question, 'What have you found interesting in the media lately?' "I watched Saddam Hussein interviewed on 60 minutes, we talked about it in my AP government class, talked about his choices and how he wanted to present his image. I thought it was really interesting." JULIANNE BUTLER, 17 "The war in Iraq even though I don't know anything about it." JASON KIMBALL, 16 "It's really interesting because war protests are happening across the world, people around the world are uniting against Bush and against Iraq."
NEWS
March 11, 2005
LBHS baseball boosters fundraiser The Laguna Beach High School Baseball Boosters are seeking help from the community for its "Second annual Sandpiper Auction" Sunday fundraiser at the Sandpiper. This year's event will have live entertainment donated again by The Blue's Offenders. The food has also been donated by several of Laguna's finest restaurants. The Baseball Boosters are hoping to replace three stolen pitching machines. For information, call Debbie Pickett at (949)
NEWS
September 19, 2003
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hatz announce the marriage of their son Jason Hatz to Debbie Weberski of Willits, Calif. The wedding and reception took place on Aug. 30 at the Grand Traditions in Fallbrook. Jason Hatz is a 1996 graduate of Laguna Beach High School. The couple met while attending San Diego State University. After honeymooning in Hawaii they will make their home in Point Loma. The Coastline Pilot publishes engagements, wedding announcements and anniversaries free of charge.
NEWS
November 13, 2013
More than 30 vendors will fill Dugger Gym at Laguna Beach High School for a holiday boutique on Dec. 7. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and feature handcrafts and art for sale, along with a silent auction and musical entertainment from the high school's jazz band, strings and chorus. The free event, held on campus at 625 Park Ave., will also have food and a bake sale and is open to the public. Proceeds from food sales go toward Laguna Beach High's Parent Teacher Assn., while money raised from the silent auction will benefit any club, nonprofit or booster organization submitting items.
SPORTS
May 30, 2013
South Coast physicals offered Wednesday South Coast Medical Group will offer sports physicals to incoming Laguna Beach High athletes for the 2013-14 school year from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday and June 7 (2:30 to 5 p.m.) at the school. The cost per physical is $40 with $25 of that fee going to the Laguna Beach High School Athletic Boosters. — From staff reports * USA Women's Senior Team victorious The USA Water Polo Women's Senior National Team defeated Brazil, 11-1, on Monday to claim first place at the FINA World League Prelims.
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