July 12, 2002
Heather Struck She Is Volunteering her summer hours simply to help kids have a good old American summer. She wouldn't trade it for anything Kickball, the swimming pool, days at the beach, even pasting plastic beads and glitter onto visors; no kid's summer would be complete without these, and a good amount of other carefree, smile-inducing activities. Allison Phillips and the other volunteers at The Laguna Club for Kids spend their days during the summer helping kids combat boredom.
May 2, 2013
Lang Park Community Center will be considered as an expansion option for The Laguna Club for Kids program, which has outgrown its site adjacent to Bluebird Park. The City Council approved a request from Boys & Girls Club officials for the evaluation. The center could accommodate the 25 children in kindergarten through third grade on the TLC waiting list. The council also extended the TLC lease on the building adjacent to Bluebird Park for 10 more years and approved a second 10-year renewal option.
October 9, 2009
Kids invited to ?get off the couch? The Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach will host ?Couch Free Saturday? from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, dedicated to encouraging young people to turn off the electronics, get up and go play the old-fashioned way ? outside. The event will include a coolest skateboard contest, skating obstacles, outdoor survival and self-defense demonstrations, martial arts, eco-craft activities, a strange animal presentation, and many more exciting activities for kids 12 and older.
November 15, 2002
Suzie Harrison Kids were laughing and running around, playing games in the autumn air at Bluebird Park. They were there that afternoon and every afternoon after school during the week enjoying the planned activities, recreation and play time at Laguna Club for Kids. Laguna Club for Kids -- often called "TLC" -- celebrated its 30-year anniversary with a fund-raising party that netted $8,000. The program offers after-school care for children from 5 to 12, but it has more of a camp-like atmosphere.
April 8, 2005
Suzie Harrison Soon, Laguna children and their families won't have to choose between joining the Boys and Girls Club or the Laguna Club for Kids, known as TLC. The long-standing clubs are working toward a merger and expect it to be solidified soon. Officials with both clubs say the merger will be a win-win. "Right now we're in the process of finalizing our asset-acquisition agreement," said Kim Maxwell, Laguna Beach Boys and Girls Club executive director.
July 19, 2002
The Coastline Pilot went to the Laguna Club for Kids to ask children, "If you could be anybody in the world for one day, who would you be?" "I would be Jennifer Lopez because I kind of look like her and I think she's pretty." IZZY MUNOZ GRADE 2 "I would be Shakira because I think one of the songs she sings is really cool." MAKENA GUTHRIE GRADE 2 "I would be Gogeta from Dragonball Z because he has super powers and he can fly."
June 26, 2012
The Laguna Beach Unified School District received high test scores on the California Standards Test, according to a press release. The district achieved a base Academic Performance Index (API) score of 904, which surpassed the California benchmark of excellence of 800. "Laguna Beach Unified School District continues its upward trajectory, thanks to a strong, visionary school board, excellent principals, outstanding teachers, staff and students who are supported by our families and community," Supt.