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NEWS
November 22, 2001
Deirdre Newman COSTA MESA -- The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks provided emotional fodder for the students who entered an essay contest about what they are thankful for. More than 2,000 entries from Southern California flooded the Tustin office of Mimi's Cafe, which sponsored the annual event for the seventh consecutive year. The contest culminated Wednesday at the Costa Mesa location, when all 15 finalists -- ranging from first- to sixth-graders -- read their essays aloud in front of their families.
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NEWS
May 17, 2000
The Newport Coast chapter of Leads Club, a networking organization for entrepreneurs, recently announced the selection of new officers: Randell Cashore of Atlas Capital Corp. will serve as director; Vincent Smith of A.D.T. Security will be the new assistant director; Chuck Murphy of Creative Computer Solutions will be the recorder. The new team will help direct a group of local business owners and sales people who meet weekly to exchange business leads.
NEWS
July 2, 2003
Ronald V. Davis, retired chairman of the Perrier Group and founder of Orange Coast College's Guardian Scholars Program, was honored May 30 as OCC's "Outstanding Citizen" of 2003 ... Michael Beitman, 13, of Pegasus Middle School in Newport Beach won Junior Division first place honors in the Electricity and Electronics category competition of the 48th annual Orange County Science & Engineering Fair. Carissa Cummings, 14, of Pegasus Middle School in Newport Beach won Junior Division first place honors in the Behavioral Sciences category competition of the science and engineering fair.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo, matthew.szabo@latimes.com | July 16, 2010
NEWPORT BEACH — Reese Stalder has great hands for a tennis player. The redhead from Costa Mesa could constantly be seen around the net Friday afternoon during the boys' 14s doubles final at the 21st annual The Tennis Club Junior Tournament. Stalder seemed to always have the right slice, the right angle for a great shot. "I'm pretty comfortable volleying," he said. The result was great, too, at The Tennis Club Newport Beach. Stalder and Nick Valko of San Clemente won the tournament by defeating Alex Kuperstein of Palm Desert and Timothy Sah of San Diego, 6-4, 6-3, in the final.
NEWS
By Britney Barnes | November 1, 2011
Elementary and middle school students from the Newport Beach area who attend a private Huntington Beach school were among those recognized as exceptionally bright by a program at Johns Hopkins University. The university's Center for Talented Youth honored eight students from the Pegasus School for scoring well on advanced exams last year. "Our kids are bright — that is our legacy," said Pegasus' Director of Advancement Sue Harrison. "That is why this school was founded. " Among those honored were fifth-graders Daniel Fishman of Newport Beach and Cheyenne Bridge of Corona del Mar; sixth-grader Rachel Bryant of Newport Beach; seventh-graders Lauren Fishman of Newport Beach and Ethan Bridge of Corona del Mar; eighth-grader Remy LeWinter of Newport Beach; and two ninth-grader Pegasus graduates: Tristan Bridge of Corona del Mar and Benjamin Chadwick of Newport Coast.
FEATURES
By B.W. COOK | April 21, 2007
Laura's House, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention of domestic violence, took over the new View department at Bloomingdale's Fashion Island store on Thursday evening. The charity fronted the reopening of the trendy boutique within Bloomie's, bringing in the local crowd for fashion, food and fun for a worthy cause. South Coast Winery Resort & Spa in Temecula donated the party's wine, which accompanied a delectable array of appetizers, including apple-wood smoked salmon in philo baskets, grilled chicken pesto panini, caprice salad in cones and the latest in trendy appetizers: a mac-and-cheese cupcake.
NEWS
April 5, 2003
At its Monday meeting, the Harbor Mesa Lions will present its yearly donations, more than $8,000, to many community charitable organizations. Those organizations include: the Westside Boys and Girls Club, Someone Cares Soup Kitchen, SOS Free Medical and Dental Clinic, the Orange Coast College Child Care Center, the Orange Coast Interfaith Shelter, the Estancia Baseball Boosters, Youth Employment Services, the School Box Supply Project for Whittier School, City of Hope, the Sight and Hearing Foundation, Teen Recognition, Project L.O.O.
NEWS
By Matt Szabo | May 19, 2008
The chase for the Daily Pilot Cup continues to become a bigger and bigger venture. This year?s Daily Pilot Cup will have 164 teams, the most in the soccer tournament?s nine-year history, Pilot Cup Director Kirk McIntosh said. ?It?s such an established event now,? McIntosh said of the tournament, which begins May 27 at Costa Mesa High and the adjacent Farm Sports Complex. ?I don?t really need to publicize it. So many kids have played, and people know it?s coming every year.
FEATURES
By Amanda Pennington | November 27, 2006
Members of the rock band the Green Room are attracting fans, getting invited to play gigs and making hundreds of dollars at some shows — all before they're old enough to drive or even take a high school music class. But for Blake Allen, Travis Barrett, Evan Harr and Alex Herrera, it's not about their age. It's about the music they play. The boys must have old souls. All are 12 except Alex, who is 13, but a large part of their repertoire comes from decades when even some of their parents were barely old enough to get into it. "We really like the Beatles and classic rock," said Travis, a seventh-grader at Corona del Mar Middle School.
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