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Tony’s Treehouse Grows New Teen Leaders

Tony’s Treehouse Executive Director-Becky Martinez, center, with from left, with Keystone leaders and members Austin Willhoft, Aaron White, Alec Fritschmann, Harmony Lynn, Savannah Johnson and Abi Webb and club teen director Dalene Hamer.

Tony’s Treehouse Executive Director-Becky Martinez, center, with from left, with Keystone leaders and members Austin Willhoft, Aaron White, Alec Fritschmann, Harmony Lynn, Savannah Johnson and Abi Webb and club teen director Dalene Hamer.

Seven teens from the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach joined 1,500 peers for a leadership Conference in Anaheim made possible partly by a $400 donation from Tony’s Treehouse.

Founded by Becky Martinez of Laguna Beach, Tony’s Treehouse has contributed nearly $4,000 over the years to help fund special club projects. Martinez heard about the Keystone Clubs’ dedication to community service and leadership and wanted to help.

Photo: Tony’s Treehouse Executive Director-Becky Martinez, center, with from left, with Keystone leaders and members Austin Willhoft, Aaron White, Alec Fritschmann, Harmony Lynn, Savannah Johnson and Abi Webb and club teen director Dalene Hamer.

Susi Q Center Welcomes Neighbors

A community open house will be held at The Susi Q Center, 380 Third St., from 1 to 3 p.m., Saturday, June 7. The public is welcome to attend to learn about programs and services for seniors.

Partner organizations and senior advocates will have information booths at the event, participants can try out ongoing classes, listen to a ukulele group and watch a marimba demonstration.

Stop by for light refreshments, new friends, raffle prizes, and free giveaways.

Turn Over a New Leaf at Composting Class

A free composting workshop is offered on Saturday, June 7 from 10-11 a.m. at Bluebird Park, 789 Bluebird Canyon Rd.

Compost bins and worm bins will be available for purchase. Contact Lisa Ryder for more information: 310-874-2499, [email protected]

Add Your Two Cents in About Getting Around Town

The public’s feedback is invited on improving the town’s transit and mobility at a workshop Tuesday, June 10 from 6-8 p.m. at the Susi Q Center, 380 Third St.

Merchants Learn How to Open Doors

Prospective business people who want to discuss issues before formalizing an application, are invited to attend the next Open for Business workshop Thursday, June 12, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at the Laguna Beach Community Center, 380 Third St.

Workshop participants will include Planning Commissioners Robert Zur Schmiede and Linda Dietrich, a representative from the Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce and Monica Tuchscher, a principal city planner.

“Just discussing their concerns and issues informally seems to help,” said Planning Commissioner Anne Johnson, the workshop coordinator.

Info: Monica Tuchscher, at 949-497-0745 [email protected] 

Senior Center Hosts Rock Dancing

The Susi Q will host “I Love to Rock ‘N’Roll” Friday, June 13, a themed dance that will feature a live DJ playing music from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s.

People from ages 9 and up are welcome to join and no partner is needed.

The program at 380 Third St. starts at 4 p.m. and continues until 6 p.m. The cost is $5 and includes refreshments.

RSVP at 949 497-2441.

Author Arellano Visits ESL School

The La Playa Center at the Boys and Girls Club of Laguna Beach welcomed Gustavo Arellano, author of “Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America” on Friday, May 23. The OC Weekly editor shared three generations of his family history and the story of his success in Orange County.

Celebrate Dad for A Month

Montage Laguna Beach is offering spa treatments, winemaker dinners and family hotel packages for the month of June to celebrate Father’s Day.

For more information call 949-715-6000. or visit montageimpressions.com.

 

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