Pirates of the Laguna Sea Cast Off

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A little face paint adds to the club experience.
A little face paint adds to the club experience.

The Boys and Girls Club invite members to set sail for Tortuga Island during summer day-camp adventures.

Club members will help transform the club’s three locations into an island paradise as youth and staff embark on adventures like beach days at Diver’s Cove, field trips to Knott’s Berry Farm, pool days and costume days.

Contact The Boys and Girls Club for more information 949-494-2535.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Diapers Delivered to Pendleton

League participants, from left, included Joan Carlson, Gayle Whitaker, SanSee Frei, Marilyn Coll, Carol Clark and Catherine Hall; back row, Jo Martin, Marie Curry, Judy Upton and Christine Montonna.
League participants, from left, included Joan Carlson, Gayle Whitaker, SanSee Frei, Marilyn Coll, Carol Clark and Catherine Hall; back row, Jo Martin, Marie Curry, Judy Upton and Christine Montonna.

The Assistance League’s diaper delivery day at Camp Pendleton served more than 350 families on June 17.

Three times a year, volunteers drive a truck filled with baby needs to the marine base and pass these items out to the families. This year, 10 volunteers participated.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Feedback Solicited on Downtown Plan

           The public is invited to view and provide input on updating the Downtown Specific Plan with a workshop from 6-8 p.m. on Monday, July 20, at the Laguna Beach Community and Susi Q Center, 380 Third St.

Topic areas include land use, parking and mobility, urban design, key opportunity sites and infrastructure.

More info: contact Wendy Jung at 949 497-0321 or [email protected].

Cars for the Clinic

Automobile Repair of Laguna Beach recently donated a fourth car to the Laguna Beach Community Clinic.

Auto garage owner Haik Fahi and manager Jim Sample with their clinic donation.
Auto garage owner Haik Fahi and manager Jim Sample with their clinic donation.

Owner Haik Fahi says, “Our manager Jim Sample and I, along with the entire team at Auto Repair, are always happy and proud to give back to our community. We know the outstanding job the clinic does supporting the health and well-being of Laguna residents and workers.” The clinic provides 16,000 patient visits a year.

Donations can be made to the clinic’s development department at 949 494-0761, ext. 134.

 

Pool, Court Renovations Underway

New flooring, lighting and fixtures were recently installed in the high school and community pool locker room, which was repainted. A new shade structure will be installed at the pool in August, the city manager’s report noted.

Maintenance is also underway on nearby public and school tennis courts. A full renovation of the facility will begin in August to address the surface cracking, drainage, lighting and fencing issues.

Whales, Fishing and Surfing Figure in Cottage Talks

Experts on whales, fishing and professional surfing will speak during San Onofre Parks Foundation’s summer lecture series.

Mike Makofske’s Whale Tales on Wednesday, July 22, begins at 8 p.m. with a 6:30 p.m. reception.

The talks July 22, Aug. 19 and Sept. 23 take place at 225 Avenida Calafia, San Clemente.

Tickets can be purchased beforehand at www.SanOFoundation.org.

 

Registration Opens for Race for the Cure

Registration for Susan G. Komen Orange County’s 24th annual Race for the Cure is now open. The race Sunday, Sept. 27 begins at Fashion Island, 401 Newport Center Dr. Registration ranges from $5 for young children to $35 for adults if purchased beforehand at www.komenoc.org.

Expected to draw 30,000 participants, the race fundraises to create quality care for the one in eight women affected by breast cancer and support the science working to find a cure. Call 714-957-9157 for more information.

 

 

 

 

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