Let There Be Light, and Heat

Rare is the electrical box that merits a photo.
Rare is the electrical box that merits a photo.


The Laguna Day Worker Center in Laguna Canyon finally now has electricity and heat, David Peck, chairman of the Crosscultural Council that operates the center, announced last week.

Lights in the early morning hours and heat will allow jobs coordinator Irma Ronses to work more comfortably and effectively matching workers with contractors and homeowners for day jobs.

The long-awaited project was made possible by Rick Wahler of Trivest Builders, Oscar Martinez of Maximum Electric, Laguna Beach city staff and funded in part by a grant from the Weingart Foundation, Peck said.



Meet the Mayor

Steven Dicterow, who began his fourth term as mayor last month, will discuss his vision for the town at the first meeting of the year by the Laguna Canyon Conservancy.

RSVP to the 6 p.m. dinner Monday, Jan. 4, served at Tivoli Terrace on the Festival of Arts grounds. 949 235 8277.


Playhouse Benefits from New Local Event

Nearly 400 guests attending the annual “Sip and Shuck” put on by sister restaurants The Deck and Driftwood Kitchen at the Pacific Edge Hotel, raised $7,000 for the Laguna Playhouse.

“Thanks to our incredible sponsors, this was our best event yet…” said John Nye, the restaurants’ director of operations, who will present a check to the Playhouse, celebrating its 95th anniversary.


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