Shap Show Spotlights High School Talent
Laguna Beach’s Lumberyard Restaurant will host a $65 per person pre-show dinner on Saturday, Feb. 8, which includes reserved seating for the 26th annual No Suits Allowed concert at the LBHS Artists’ Theatre.
Both the 7:30 p.m. concert and dinner serve as the annual senior fundraiser, benefiting a safe and sober graduation night party.
For further information contact Kathleen Moore at [email protected]. Tickets, $10 for students and $15 for adults, are also being sold on the lbusd.org website. The Artists’ Theatre Box Office will be open the day of the show at 4 p.m.
Collection Underway for Soccer Gear
A huge duffel bag of soccer uniforms donated by Laguna Beach children will accompany Sally Barron of Eye Care International as she travels to El Salvador.
Uniform and gear collection boxes are at Laguna Beach public schools this week, a project of Score For the Poor.
Pick up of donations can be arranged as well, said Rory Saunders, who can be contacted at [email protected].
Rotary Honors LBHS Senior
Haleigh Burnett earned an honor from Laguna Beach’s Rotary Club last month.
Laguna Beach High School social studies instructor Jonathan Todd accompanied her to the lunch.
A senior, Haleigh is a 2014 delegate to Girls State Legislature, junior citizen of the year in Laguna’s Patriot’s Day Parade, ACT scholar and was named the best delegate in 2012 at Santa Margarita Catholic High School’s Model UN in Rancho Santa Margarita.
Haleigh plans to attend Emory University and hopes to eventually run her own consulting firm. She was presented with a certificate of recognition at the meeting and will receive a scholarship at the Honors Convocation in June.
Festival of Arts Accepting Scholarship Applications
Available to all high school seniors who reside in Laguna Beach
or attend Laguna Beach High School, the Festival of Arts offers four-year scholarships to students who excel in film, performing arts, visual arts and writing. The Application deadline is March 14.
“Students with talents in multiple fields are encouraged to submit an application in more than one category,” said Pat Kollenda, the Festival of Arts’s scholarship chair.
Auditions and interviews will be scheduled in March and April 2014. Scholarship awards begin at a minimum of $1,000 and can be renewed for a total of four one-year scholarships. Students must reapply each summer.
For information, call Michelle Reindl at (949) 464-4201 or visit the website at www.LagunaFestivalofArts.org.