Free Flu Shots and More

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A nurse administers a flu shot at a previous clinic.
A nurse administers a flu shot at a previous clinic.

A free flu shot clinic and health expo takes place from 8:30-11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 6 at the Susi Q center, 380 Third St.

The expo will include 27 community resources, whose services range from hearing tests to home-care providers.

Kathleen Wenger will provide information about free counseling and support groups.

For more info: visit or call 949.497.2441.





From the President’s Desk

Jonathan Burke, president of the Laguna College of Art and Design, explains the school’s mission at the Monday, Nov. 2, meeting of the Laguna Canyon Conservancy.

RSVP for the 6 p.m. dinner at Tivoli Terrace by calling Max Brown, 949 235-8277.

Sandbags Available to Local Residents

To help residents prepare for winter storms, the city will offer free, filled sandbags at two locations prior to a forecasted major rain. They will be available at the ACT V parking lot on Laguna Canyon Road and the Aliso Creek Beach inland parking lot.

Additionally, empty sand bags are available at all fire stations in the city.  For more information including where sand can be purchased and how to effectively install sandbags around your home,


Glennwood Gala Fundraiser A Success

The outdoor gala proved a success for Glennwood.
The outdoor gala proved a success for Glennwood.

The second Gratitude for Glennwood Gala, attended by 250 guests, raised close to $200,000 for the residential facility for the developmentally disabled in Laguna Beach.

Artist Tom Swimm painted on location at The Ranch; other works were offered in live and silent auctions.

Many, including board member Richard Hendrikson, expressed gratitude that Glennwood provides stimulating activities and social networking as well as food and shelter for its young residents with special needs.

For more info: visit or call Danielle Wilson at 949 584-6469.




Chamber Presents Employment Law Workshop

The Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce will host a workshop, The Right Things to do to Avoid Wrongful Termination Claims, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 4 at Mozambique Steakhouse, 1740 S. Coast Highway.
Attorney Dawn M. Knepper, a labor and employment expert, will chair the workshop.

RSVP for the $10 lunch. Register online at; “events” tab, or call 949 494-1018 and pay at the door.


Refurbished Courts Reopen for Tennis

The city and school district will host a ribbon-cutting at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 19 for the High School Tennis Facility Improvement Project.

Wear tennis shoes and bring a racquet for an informal mixer to follow the ceremony. Light refreshments will be served.

For more contact Alexis Braun at 949-497-0762.


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