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By Ceil Sharman | September 19, 2008
To kickoff a $6.2M fundraising drive to complete the restoration of historic Colonial Revival Laguna Presbyterian Church, built in 1927, a meaningful worship service Sept. 14 was followed by Laguna's Community Band Members who led worshipers to the Mermaid Parking for a fun family picnic, playing, "When the Saints Go Marchin In." Lorna Cohen and the worship team planned a beautiful service. Credit for the picnic goes to Linda Roberson and Sue Seybold. About 350 adults and kids attended.
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By Barbara Diamond | October 23, 2009
El Hathaway l Hathaway took two of the top three prizes at Rotary’s Classic Car Show Sunday. Kelly Boyd presented the former school board member with the Mayor’s Award and Rotary President Rick Lang presented Hathaway with the People’s Choice Award for his 1948 Jaguar, which also was selected as the best entry in the European 1946-60 Convertible Class. “Everyone at the show votes for the People’s Choice, but the Mayor’s Award was all Kelly,” said event Chairman Harry Bithell , who announced the winners and some “Outstanding” runners-up in the 26 categories in the sixth annual show.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 4, 2010
TODAY: The Laguna Beach Rotary Club meets at noon at Aliso Creek Inn & Lodge, 31106 S. Coast Hwy. Anyone interested in attending should contact Rick Lang at (949) 315-9136 or langphoto@verizon.net . Lunch is served and the cost is $19. For more information about Rotary, visit www.lagunabeachrotary.com . SATURDAY : Join Gallimaufry Performing Arts at 6 p.m. to celebrate science-fiction writer Ray Bradbury, shown, who will turn 90 next month, at a fundraiser called "Masters and Masterpieces" at the Masterpiece Fine Art Showroom, 1945 Laguna Canyon Road.
BUSINESS
March 26, 2010
Border Patrol agent at Rotary The Laguna Beach Rotary Club will host Ivan Cole, senior patrol agent and community relations officer of the San Clemente Border Patrol Station, at noon April 9 at the Aliso Creek Inn. Cole will give a talk on the history and mission of the Border Patrol. Cole has been with the agency for seven years and also served in the Air Force as a security police explosive detector dog handler. He has also worked for Sam?s Town Hotel Casino Security and Father Flanagan?
NEWS
By Candice Baker | November 30, 2007
Laguna is ringing in the holiday season in traditional fashion, with a plethora of holiday palettes, Hospitality Night and a bright pepper tree. Hospitality Night will be Dec. 7, when downtown businesses and services open for the street party, Santa Claus parade and pepper tree lighting ceremony at 6 p.m. in front of city hall. That evening, Forest Avenue will be closed to traffic and become a pedestrian mall. Some 18,000 lights were put on the large pepper tree in front of City Hall this year, said Doug Surface, who has been working to get the town in holiday trim.
NEWS
May 9, 2003
OUR LAGUNA The Queen of Hearts Guild had a Mission -- helping to fund expanded emergency services and facilities at Children's Hospital of Orange County at Mission Hospital. An estimated $60,000 was raised for the project at a dinner dance hosted by the guild on April 25 at the Montage Resort. It was a glamorous event, with most of the men in tuxedos and bejeweled women wearing long gowns, but the purpose outshone the glitter. "Life is not measured by the breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away," guild President Nancy Benedetti said in her welcome to the guests.
NEWS
July 23, 2004
BARBARA DIAMOND A gala dinner and collectors preview sale Saturday night at the Laguna Art Museum concluded the weeklong Plein Air Painting Invitational. More than 400 people attended the gala, where artists were honored and works of art were displayed and sold before the public sale on Sunday. What once might have been a closer-than-cozy crowd fit comfortably into the remodeled Steele Gallery, where the hole in the center of the room has been covered to add space.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 24, 2010
YOUR WEEKEND TODAY: Sawdust Art Festival, shown, and Art-A-Fair will open their doors at 10 a.m. today with a variety of art and crafts for sale, food and entertainment. Sawdust is at 935 Laguna Canyon Road; Art-A-Fair is at 777 Laguna Canyon Road. The ACT V parking lot also opens with free trolley service all over town. SATURDAY: Women of all ages are invited to share the joy of being feminine at the first annual Festival of Goddesses from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Bridge Hall, Neighborhood Congregational Church, 340 St. Ann's Drive.
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By Barbara Diamond | October 23, 2009
El Hathaway l Hathaway took two of the top three prizes at Rotary’s Classic Car Show Sunday. Kelly Boyd presented the former school board member with the Mayor’s Award and Rotary President Rick Lang presented Hathaway with the People’s Choice Award for his 1948 Jaguar, which also was selected as the best entry in the European 1946-60 Convertible Class. “Everyone at the show votes for the People’s Choice, but the Mayor’s Award was all Kelly,” said event Chairman Harry Bithell , who announced the winners and some “Outstanding” runners-up in the 26 categories in the sixth annual show.
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By Ceil Sharman | September 19, 2008
To kickoff a $6.2M fundraising drive to complete the restoration of historic Colonial Revival Laguna Presbyterian Church, built in 1927, a meaningful worship service Sept. 14 was followed by Laguna's Community Band Members who led worshipers to the Mermaid Parking for a fun family picnic, playing, "When the Saints Go Marchin In." Lorna Cohen and the worship team planned a beautiful service. Credit for the picnic goes to Linda Roberson and Sue Seybold. About 350 adults and kids attended.
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