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Daily Pilot

March 14, 2005

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IDOL

The Newport-Mesa Unified School District will hold an "Elementary

Music Showcase," spotlighting the best singers and instrumentalists

in kindergarten through sixth grade on Tuesday at Lincoln Elementary

School, 3101 Pacific View Drive, Newport Beach. The free event will

begin at 7 p.m. Call (949) 515-6955 for information.

ART IN A PUBLIC PLACE

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Watch support for art and science education take wing Tuesday when

the city of Costa Mesa reveals two butterfly sculptures that are part

of KOCE-TV's Butterfly Initiative, a program aiming to establish an

endowment to fund education in the arts and sciences in Orange

County. The sculptures were painted by Donna Robb, a member of the

city's Cultural Arts Committee, and local artist Harvey Clemans. They

will be shown at 5 p.m. in front of the City Council chambers at 77

Fair Drive.

A WEEKEND ON THE GREENS

Tournament play for the Toshiba Senior Classic will open Friday as

defending champion Tom Purtzer and 77 other golfers begin competition

for the $1.65-million purse. Play is set to begin at about 8 a.m. at

the Newport Beach Country Club, 1600 East Coast Highway. One-day

tickets will cost $20, and the event will be broadcast from 2 to 4:30

p.m. on the Golf Channel on Friday through Sunday.

WEATHER

The foggy, rainy morning should clear later; expect highs in the

60s.

See Page A4

SPORTS

Corona del Mar's boys' volleyball team is optimistic.

See Page A5

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