All are invited to the Laguna Beach Garden Club’s Friday, Feb. 12, meeting when the annual Valentine container auction takes place at Laguna Presbyterian Church, 415 Forest Ave.
Registration and social hour is from 9:30-10 a.m. Purchase a unique gift for that special someone and enter a raffle to win an exceptional item. Tickets are 12 for $10, or 30 for $20.
Proceeds benefit school gardens throughout the city, the SEEDS program and building a garden for the church pre-school.
99s Dip Their Wings at the Scout House
Five members of the 99s generously shared their flying careers and experiences with 24 eager Girl Scouts at the Laguna Beach Girl Scout House last month.
The association of women pilots supports aviation through education and scholarship.
The girls ages 11 to 15 from Cadette Troops 2165, 402 and 2324 were inspired by personal stories of each woman’s passion for flight and the varied paths they have taken with aviation as a career, volunteer or personal pursuit.
The scouts are working towards their S.T.E.M. (science-technology-engineering-math) merit badge. The troops plan a future outing to the Chino Planes of Fame Airshow and to learn about the Civil Air Patrol, the civilian auxiliary to the U.S. Air Force.
City Hosts Water Efficiency Workshop
Contractors, architects, and residents are invited to attend the Open for Construction workshop from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 5, at Mozambique Restaurant, 1740 S. Coast Highway, hosted by the city of Laguna Beach and the Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce.
The city’s building division will provide a presentation on new California requirements for water efficiency.
Lunch is available for $12 at the door. RSVP to Laura Henkels, 949 494-1018, [email protected]
Enjoy a Night Out Without Kids
The Laguna Beach Community Services Department will host Parents’ Night Out on Friday, Feb. 26 at the Community & Susi Q Center, 380 Third Street.
Fully potty trained children up to age 10 may dropped off at 5:30 p.m. for an evening with trained instructors who will lead a night filled with games, music and dance, arts and crafts, video games and a pizza snack. Children must be picked up no later than 9:30 p.m. The cost is $20 for Laguna Beach residents and $25 for non-residents. Registration is required for this event by visiting: https://secure.rec1.com/CA/city-of-laguna-beach/catalog/index?search=parents.
Questions may be directed to Patty Quilter, at 949 464-9535.
Local Patriots Are Invited to Show Support
The Dana Point Fifth Marine Regiment Support Group will be providing meals to participants of the Wounded Warriors Trials when over 370 wounded, ill and injured service members from 10 countries will compete in sporting events at Camp Pendleton March 2-9.
The support group will provide meals for cycling, archery and track and field events.
Supporters may contact the DPSG website: http://www.danapoint5thmarines.com/ or mail a check, marked “Meals” to Dana Point 5th Marine Regiment Support Group, P.O. Box 471, Dana Point CA 92629-0471.
Pageant Offers ‘Partners’ Discount
The upcoming Pageant of the Masters production focuses on art made possible by partnerships. Their partners promotion offers tickets at 20% off through Feb. 14.
Use promotional code VAL20 and call 800-487-3378 or visit www.PageantTickets.com to purchase a Valentine’s Day gift.
Make a Difference in a Child’s Life
Moved by the plight of children in the Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan, members of Laguna Presbyterian Church have partnered with the humanitarian organization World Vision to prepare and send backpacks filled with school supplies, personal hygiene items and blankets. Each pack costs $22, including shipping.
The public is invited to participate by helping to assemble the packs on Saturday, Feb. 20, 10 a.m. to noon in Tankersley Hall.
Tax-deductible donations are also being accepted. Checks can be made out to Laguna Presbyterian Church with “World Vision Backpacks” in the memo line.
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