Does the OC Measure Up?
Find out how far your tax dollars go when the League of Women Voters hear from Lisa Burke, project manager for the Community Indicators Report, at 9:15 a.m., Saturday Feb. 26, 1041 Madison Place, who will describe how Orange County measures up.
Burke will discuss 10 years of data on local trends in education, public safety, economic and business climate, technology and innovation, environment and civic engagement.
A discussion on what effects these trends may have on our community follows, said host Vera Martinez. Look for the tall river rock mail box. Questions? Call 715-5594
Redemption Church Relocates
Redemption Church in Laguna Beach, which formerly held services at the Laguna Beach Boys and Girls Club presided over by pastor Phil Wood, has moved their 10 a.m. Sunday service to a facility just north of Laguna in Costa Mesa, at 3080 Airway Avenue. A nursery and kid’s ministry is also available.
For more information, call 949-715-4698 or visit http://www.redemptionchurch.org.
Veterans Wanted in Parade
Local Vietnam veterans have reserved a position in this year’s Patriot’s Day Parade, scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday, March 5, and organizers are seeking fellow vets to join the group and walk in the six-block long parade. This group has participated in the parade since 1985.
Veterans are encouraged to wear old uniforms and meet near Laguna Beach High School, 625 Park Avenue, between 9 and 10 a.m. Ask at the Check in Booth, corner of Park and Short Street, to learn the group’s location. The group disperses to the Marine Room on Ocean Avenue afterwards.
Questions should be directed to Patrick Freeman, 949-494-7572 or
Honoring a Flock of Eagles
Six young Laguna Beach residents recently received the Eagle Scout Award, Boy Scouts of America’s highest honor, at a ceremony attended by over 100 guests.
Ben Hanson, Michael and Steven Bell, Tyler Kessler, and Ryan and Aaron Lee, all Laguna Beach High School students and members of Troop 38, which meets at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Recognized for their outstanding citizenship and numerous civic contributions, their scout projects included building — furniture for the Boys and Girls Club, a storage closet for Friendship Shelter, a podium for a local church, a storage platform for a local charity — and supplying 50 American flags to mark national holidays in Laguna Beach.
Scouts Recognized for Their Achievements
Boy Scouts from Troop 35, who have earned badges or rank advancement, were acknowledged by their parents and peers at their tri-annual awards ceremony on Feb. 13 in Tankersley Hall at the Laguna Presbyterian Church. There will also be a special presentation by the “Friends of Scouting.”
Boys between the ages of 11 and 18 are always welcome to attend a meeting and consider joining. Contact Scoutmaster Doug Rubino at [email protected] for more information.