Stop, Listen and Join In

Be on the lookout this Friday, Dec. 13 for Santa driving a trolley full of Girl Scouts through the streets of downtown Laguna. They’ll be circulating and singing between 4:30 and 8:30 p.m.             A pair of festive carolers on last year’s rounds.

Church Hosts Homeless for a Meal

Service organizations, churches and individual volunteers joined the Laguna Relief and Resource Center in providing a hot meal, as well as hygiene kits, sleeping bags, backpacks, hats, scarves and socks on Saturday, Dec. 15 at the Laguna Presbyterian Church. Community and church...

Wrapping Up an Unusual Venue

The Twisted Stitchers, a Laguna Beach yarn group, plans a city-approved yarn-bomb installation beginning June 1  through July 31 on a multi-limbed tree at Main Beach, coinciding with National Yarn-Bombing Day on June 11. The project inspired by summer beach umbrellas was approved...

A Century of Girl Scouting

Over the weekend, over 100 local Girl Scouts and their families gathered to celebrate the 100th year of Girl Scouting at Main Beach. The birthday initiates the 2012 as the Year of the Girl.

Lend a Helping Hand to Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts of troops 2136, 1440 and 308 have received some donations, but are extending their food drive through Nov. 21 and are still seeking donations from the public. Your donations can be dropped off anytime in the Collection Box at the Girl Scout House, 190 High Dr. in...

Heiresses Leave a Lasting Heritage: a Scout Camp

Part 2 As early as the 1920s there was a summer camp for girls in Aliso Canyon. It was operated by Madame Marian Gordon as the Gordon School Camp for Girls, an offshoot of the school Gordon ran in Hollywood. Dorothy Paddock, who lives in South Laguna, remembers that as a young...