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LOCAL
By James Pribram | June 13, 2008
Laguna Beach, I’m sorry but sometimes you just don’t seem to be the same town to me. I sit back watching all of my friends move away, one by one, another one moves to Laguna Niguel. I watch as others struggle to stay here, myself included. Just today I received a notice stating my rent has now been increased beginning July 1. Even though it states it’s a 30-day notice, it isn’t; it was simply dropped off in my mailbox, without a word. Just a white envelope that doesn’t have a postmarked date, but what does it matter?
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NEWS
March 31, 2006
Friendship Shelter, an adult homeless rehabilitation program and emergency shelter, recently announced its 2006 board of directors officers and welcomed three new board members. Joe Ziomek has been elected to a second term as president and chairman of the board, while founder Colin Henderson has rejoined the board. "I am enthusiastic about the direction in which the Friendship Shelter is moving under the leadership of Joe and the current board," Henderson said. "It is gratifying to see us offer a broad spectrum of very strong programs that can give homeless adults the tools to rebuild their lives.
SPORTS
From Staff Reports | June 21, 2012
Four teams from Laguna Beach Little League will compete next week at the District 55 All-Star Tournament. The double-elimination event starts June 30. Laguna will have All-Star teams competing in the Little League Majors, 10/11, 9/10, and Junior divisions. First-round games for Laguna teams are as follows: •Majors All-Stars: vs. Laguna Niguel, 4 p.m., June 30, Woodfield Park (Field 4), Aliso Viejo. •10/11 All-Stars: vs. Laguna Niguel, 11 a.m., June 30, Hicks Canyon Park (Field 2)
NEWS
May 24, 2002
Send AROUND TOWN items to the Laguna Beach Coastline-Pilot, 384 Forest Avenue, No. 22, Laguna Beach, California 92652; fax to 494-8979; call 494-4321 or e-mail o7 coastlinepilot@latimes.com. f7 Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. A complete listing may be found at o7 http://www.latimes.com/tcn/coastline/.f7 TODAY The South Coast YMCA will celebrate National Older Adult Day with a health fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., May 24. Events will include a variety of free health screenings, health information, give-a-ways and free functional fitness testing for adults 60 and older.
NEWS
December 13, 2002
The end is near. There's one more weekend left of the Sawdust Art Festival Winter Fantasy. More than 160 artists and craftspersons are offering their personally created items to Festival visitors. New artists this year include Roni Feldman of Santa Monica, whose vividly colored oils depict current events and modern life; bronze sculptor Orlay Gutierrez of Huntington Beach; and Chikako Mukai of Laguna Niguel, who creates one-of-a-kind pillows, stockings and ornaments using Japanese fabrics.
NEWS
October 25, 2002
Don Rose Laguna Beach resident Don Rose died Oct. 14 at his home. He was 94. Born in Kansas City in 1908, Mr. Rose graduated from Kansas University and was a manager for Bloomingdales in New York for 14 years. He moved to California in 1948. He moved to Laguna Beach in 1960. Mr. Rose ran as a Democrat for Secretary of State on the ticket with Pat Brown and served 10 years as the Los Angeles Democratic County Commissioner. Mr. Rose was active in the Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce, Beautification Committee and supported parks, open spaces, trees, Village Laguna and the Greenbelt.
BUSINESS
December 26, 2008
South Coast Medical Center adopts 10 families South Coast Medical Center participated in an ?Adopt-A-Family? program sponsored by the Laguna Relief & Resource Center. Led by Andrea Kofl, the hospital?s chief operating officer, the hospital adopted 10 families in need of assistance. The program benefited 33 children in the 10 families from 1 1/2 to 19 years of age. The families received their gifts on Dec. 22, just in time for Christmas. In addition to the Adopt-a-Family program, South Coast Medical Center also participates in programs such as Meals on Wheels, student scholarships and blood drives.
SPORTS
November 11, 2005
Boys' under-15 team defeats North County Titans in title game.Two wins last weekend by the Laguna Beach Club Soccer boys' under-15 team was enough to give the locals the Bronze South Division championship in Coast Soccer League action. Laguna Beach defeated Laguna Niguel, 3-1, and, in a Sunday showdown for the division title, upended the North County Titans, 2-1. Laguna finished the regular season on a five-game win streak to improve to 10-4 overall. Laguna Beach 3, Laguna Niguel 1 In its first weekend match played Saturday, Laguna traveled to Oaks polo field and defeated Laguna Niguel by a 3-1 score for the second time this season.
NEWS
May 20, 2005
The Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach netted nearly $100,000 toward operating costs during its fifth annual Art of Giving Gala on May 6 at the Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel. More than 300 joined in the event with the theme "Surfin' Safari." Gala co-chairs were Susie Kubesh and Anne Morris. "The dollars raised during this event make such a difference in the day-to-day operations of our club. Now more than ever, these donations matter a great deal. We rely on the generosity of our community to insure that every child at our club has access to high-quality programs in their out-of-school hours," said Kim Maxwell, executive director.
LOCAL
By ROSALIND RUSSELL | June 15, 2009
You are invited to an Afternoon Tea and Sweater Drive Event   When: Saturday, June 20   Time: 2:00-4:30PM   Price: $30 plus one donated sweater (new or used)   Place: Shoja-Sebari Residence, 12 Sitges, Laguna Niguel Susan Munson: Slideshow from trip to Nepal Rosalind Russell: Affectionately known as “The Goat Lady,” presentation on her work in NepalRaffle Prizes Silent Auction •  Proceeds will support the Zonta Club of Newport Harbor Delegate Fund Bring a Friend!
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