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August 8, 2008
How could you not feel low about all that is going on in the world with foreclosures, gas prices, job losses and increased food costs? You cannot help yourself or the world by focusing on the negative things. When you focus on the negative, you only add to it. I know things seem dim, but remember all the beautiful things in life. Don’t they far outweigh the negative? Congratulations to Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory! It was voted number one as the Best Merchandised Store.
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FEATURES
February 9, 2008
OAKMONT LEAGUE RAISES FUNDS WITH FASHION SHOW The Oakmont League of Glendale will be raising funds for scholarships and more than 30 charities when it presents its fashion show “Imagine” on Feb. 28 at the Sheraton Universal Hotel, 333 Universal Hollywood Drive in Universal City. Festivities begin at 10:30 a.m. for social time and viewing of opportunity prizes. Lunch will be served at noon, followed by fashions featuring designer Lourdes Chavez and designer fashions from Robert Ellis Showroom and gentlemen’s fashions by Sy Devor.
NEWS
By: | August 11, 2005
Submit AFTER HOURS items to the Daily Pilot, 1375 Sunflower Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626; by fax to (714) 966-4679; or by calling (714) 966-4625. THROUGH AUG. 14 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK A pop culture phenomenon comes to the musical stage. The Emmy-winning 1970s Saturday-morning cartoon series that taught history, grammar, math, science and politics through clever, tuneful songs has been making a comeback. The musical, directed by Terri Miller Schmidt, will be staged Thursday through Sunday afternoon at the Newport Theatre Arts Center, 2501 Cliff Drive, Newport Beach.
NEWS
By: Natalie Venegas | August 10, 2005
With living in a coastal setting, aquatic safety is a must. For that reason, the city of Newport Beach is offering swimming lessons at the Marian Bergeson Aquatic Center at Corona del Mar High, and Newport Harbor High, until Aug. 18 for children and adults of all ages. Classes are offered in group settings or private lessons and are divided into different levels, which include Pre-Swim for children ages 1 to 3, Level I, or Water Exploration, for ages 3 to 5, Level II-Primary Skills for ages 4 to 6, Level III-Stroke Readiness for ages 5 and up, Level IV-Stroke Development and Level V-Stroke Refinement, which are for ages 6 and up. In the group setting, three to eight children are led by American Red Cross certified instructors, who have been hired by the city, for eight sessions in a two-week period.
NEWS
By: Elia Powers | August 23, 2005
Some sail the waters of Newport Harbor to get away from it all -- Internet included. For others who want to stay connected at all times, here's welcome news. A Laguna Beach-based wireless broadband Internet provider is offering boat owners and harbor visitors the chance to surf the Web while on or near the water. "There are so many people who come on their boats and have no Internet access," said Mark Silvey, chairman of the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce's marine committee.
NEWS
By: Lindsay Sandham | October 8, 2005
The recent disasters of hurricanes Katrina and Rita underscore the importance of being prepared for a disaster. Residents should not just know and understand the community's emergency plan but should also have their own plan and supplies, officials say. It's particularly important for senior residents to be prepared for an emergency because it may take longer for them to reach help and because many have special needs,...
NEWS
By: Alicia Robinson | September 25, 2005
However heroically the cities' mayors might act -- think Rudy Giuliani -- if a catastrophe struck Newport-Mesa, the real honchos would be the city managers. They'd be at the head of city operations during and after an earthquake, flood or terrorist attack -- so they've been practicing. Costa Mesa and Newport Beach have well-defined disaster response plans that mesh with those of surrounding cities so they can work together in an emergency. In fact, state law requires local governments to have compatible, thorough disaster plans, Costa Mesa City Manager Allan Roeder said.
NEWS
By: STEVE SMITH | September 21, 2005
In the electronic information age, there are certain rules to which we all must adjust. Some folks like to send their messages in 100% lower case text because, I suppose, they simply do not have the time to press the "Shift" key and create capital letters. Some write in all caps, though I have been told that that is the e-quivalent (my word) of shouting. One concession we all have to make is that e-mail communication sacrifices formality for speed.
NEWS
By: | July 30, 2005
FAITH CALENDAR runs periodically in the Daily Pilot. Is your church or place of worship planning a special event? If so, send the typed information at least two weeks before the event to the Daily Pilot, 1375 Sunflower Ave., Costa Mesa, CA 92626, attention: Lindsay Sandham, News Assistant; fax to (949) 646-4170; or send e-mail to lindsay.sandham@latimes.com. SPECIAL EVENTS WORLDWIDE MISSION MONTH As part of its Worldwide Mission Month, First Presbyterian Church of Garden Grove is hosting Rev. Don Oliver who will be preaching about his recent trip to Limuru Presbytery, a partner in ministry with Los Ranchos Presbytery at 9:30 a.m. July 31 at the Chaplain at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach.
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