Theater Night for Graduates
A portion of proceeds from the 7 p.m. showing of the film “Hugo!” on Friday, Dec. 9 at South Coast Cinema, 162 S. Coast Highway, will go towards a safe and sober graduation night party for Laguna Beach High School students.
For $20, film goers can support 2012 graduates, as well as purchase a movie ticket, small popcorn and fountain drink.
Tickets are sold at LBHS from P.A.L.s or at the box office one hour prior to the show.
Sports Gear Plays On
Over the next week, Score4thePoor is collecting gently used soccer uniforms and other sports apparel to send them to children in Central America.
Boxes will be left at Laguna Beach public schools where used AYSO jerseys and any other type of sports wear can be donated beginning this Friday, Dec. 2 through Dec. 9.
For more infor contact Rory Saunders at 949-494-6813.
Take a Coffee Break at Home
For those who missed speaker Tyler Durnam’s “Seven Expectations for the Home,” at Laguna Beach PTA’s Coffee Break workships, visit GoToCoffeeBreak.com to experience to full recording of the talk.
LBHS Graduate Shines in Webcast
Laguna Beach high school 2003 graduate Francesca Kim Tioleco is working as a news anchor and writer for the Financial News Network Online in New York City.
Tioleco earned a communications degree from Marymount Manhattan College, and interned for MSNBC’s Morning Joe. Her documentary, Positive Health Project, earned a service learning award.
Working Musical Instruments Wanted
SchoolPower’s latest cause, Play It Forward, seeks donations of woodwind, string and brass instruments in good working condition for student use.
“We know there are people out there with a trumpet or violin, maybe even an oboe or clarinet, in their garage that is no longer being used,” said Marcus Skenderian, SchoolPower
Instrument donations can be made at the SchoolPower office, 733 St. Ann’s Dr., between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. through Dec. 9. “We’ll even come to your car if you can’t find a parking space,” adds Skenderian.