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By Barbara Diamond | January 30, 2009
The Patriots Day Parade Committee looked to the past for the 2009 theme and saw the future — E Pluribus Unum — the motto chosen by the country’s founding fathers who also faced war, economic crisis and deep political divide. Translated from Latin, it means “From Many — One.” Once again the country is in an economic slump, at war and politically polarized. But E Pluribus Unum is more of a maxim than a motto, according to the parade committee. “We respectfully believe our future as a nation depends on the many to once again become one,” said committee Chairman and Retired U.S. Marine Col. Charles Quilter II . “We are many, but we will pull out of this together.
SPORTS
By James Selevan | December 11, 2009
Laguna Beach High boys? basketball opened the season with a successful outing ? three wins and one loss ? to win the consolation championship at Westminster?s La Quinta Tournament recently. Following last year?s undefeated Orange Coast League championship team, this year?s team faces new challenges. After losing four of last year?s starters, only senior guard Adam Selevan returns with a year of varsity experience on the court. Selevan was chosen as first team all-league last year and expectations are high for him this year.
NEWS
By Joanna Clay, joanna.clay@latimes.com | June 30, 2011
Hundreds came out to the Irvine Bowl on June 23 to congratulate Laguna Beach High School's Class of 2011. LBHS senior Wyatt Fair gave the Senior Address, and science teacher Jennifer Merritt gave the graduate address. Principal Don Austin handed out his last set of diplomas. Monday was his last day with the district. Bianca Sganga was valedictorian with the highest GPA. William Robinson was salutatorian, with the second highest GPA. The Class of 2011: Cameron Agnew Christian Albarran Cody Alter Devin Altieri Eduardo Amezcua Ryan Bakkum Asena Baran Bradley Barnes John Barrett Mitchell Begley Alexander Bekken Steven Bell Christopher Benson Lia Berger Jenan Berri Demi Berryman Emily Berryman Stephanie Berryman Christopher Bills Chelsea Breckenridge Louis Brown Hannah Bunting Alek Burk Dominic Cancellieri Maximillian Cano Vincent Cano Lauren Capobianco Taylor Capobianco Kassandra Carey William Carey CJ Carney Gabriel Carr Trevor Caserio Colin Ceithaml Jedediah Christensen Jack Clark Karly Combs Andrew Congleton Brandon Conrad Jade Copenhaver Kendall Cornell Madelyn Corso Jameson Crawley Daniella Crivello Morgan Curry Soraya Davia Brooke Davis Kelsey Day Lida DeGroote Spencer Dodson Berklee Donavan ...
NEWS
January 16, 2009
?No Suits Allowed? concert planned for Jan. 31 The 21st Annual ?No Suits Allowed? Concert will take place at the Laguna Beach High School Artists Theater at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 31. The show, organized by Gary Shapiro, will feature many of Laguna?s talented high school students and guest performers. All money raised will go toward the Class of 2009?s ?safe and sober? graduation night activities. Shapiro will also perform. Shapiro is a math teacher at Laguna Beach High School who has helped put on the concert as a fundraiser for the graduating class for 21 years.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | March 3, 2011
Ten months after winning a CIF Southern Section championship, the Laguna Beach boys' volleyball program opened its 2011season with a victory. Laguna traveled Tuesday to Huntington Beach to take on Edison team with four starters back from a squad that won the 2010 CIF Division 2 and CIF Southern California Regional Division 3 titles. The Breakers opened the new season with a sweep of the Chargers, winning 25-17, 25-19, 25-16. Senior opposite Robbie McKnight had 12 kills, senior outside hitter Alek Burk 10 kills, senior libero Troy Donenfeld eight digs, Burk and junior setter Jack Winn each had seven digs and Winn had 18 set assists.
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By Barbara Diamond | January 30, 2009
The Patriots Day Parade Committee looked to the past for the 2009 theme and saw the future — E Pluribus Unum — the motto chosen by the country’s founding fathers who also faced war, economic crisis and deep political divide. Translated from Latin, it means “From Many — One.” Once again the country is in an economic slump, at war and politically polarized. But E Pluribus Unum is more of a maxim than a motto, according to the parade committee. “We respectfully believe our future as a nation depends on the many to once again become one,” said committee Chairman and Retired U.S. Marine Col. Charles Quilter II . “We are many, but we will pull out of this together.
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