Making a Score on Drug Take Back Day
Laguna Beach police hosted its third “Drug Take Back Day” last Saturday, its most successful drive yet, collecting 125-pounds of prescriptions and over the counter medications that filled five boxes.
Several high school students, representing the Laguna Beach High School Drug Prevention Council, served as volunteers in the high school parking lot, where people were encouraged to bring leftover medications. Disposing of unwanted prescriptions, keeps them out of the water supply or the hands of someone who was not prescribed the medication, said Lt. Jason Kravetz in a statement.
Workshop to Build Self-Esteem
SEEDS Arts and Education scheduled a three-part workshop on childrens’ self-esteem beginning May 19, from 2-5 p.m. at the Anneliese Schools’ Willowbrook Campus, 20062 Laguna Canyon Rd.
Other sessions are May 26 and June 2. All classes will include yoga and meditation taught by Anna Krajec.
Price is $150 for the entire workshop. Financial assistance is available. For further information, call 949-322-9597.
Rotary Gives Design Student a High Sign
The Rotary Club honored Kailani Bonin as the high school’s student of the month in April with a certificate of recognition and will award her a scholarship in June.
Kailani, accompanied by graphics arts instructor Kelly Pellow, also plays soccer and runs track. She expects to attend the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising in the fall. Her goal is to own her own clothing company.