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SPORTS
By John Reger | July 8, 2009
Many golf professionals will shy away from junior golfers, instead focusing their efforts on more mature players. There are a few negatives in instructing juniors, specifically those who are just casual golfers. The problems can range from inattention to overbearing parents. Some parents use golf lessons as a form of mini day-care. Nick Kumpis doesn’t see those potential problems, instead the Pelican Hill instructor is far more focused on the positives. So much so that he has been named one of the U.S. Kids Golf Top 50 Teachers by the Georgia-based junior golf organization U.S. Kids Golf.
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NEWS
By Brianna Bailey | June 25, 2009
Fashion Island is slated to get a $100-million makeover over the next two years featuring Italian-inspired fountains and 150,000 square feet of additional retail space, the Irvine Co. announced Thursday. The renovations will give the 42-year-old shopping center more of an old-world feel, with replicas of old Italian street lights and brick paving stones. The updated Fashion Island also will include patio seating and more small cafes tucked into corners at the center, to give the center a more European ambience.
LOCAL
By Allison Olmstead | June 22, 2009
Newport Beach , CA – Is it the shoes and designer fashions one wears or the good deeds one does that defines personal style?  The answer lies in the August issue of Orange Coast magazine, where fifteen of Orange County’s style arbiters will be awarded the coveted OC Look honor.   Orange Coast will reveal the 2009 OC Look winners prior to the August issue being released at the second annual OC Look Party benefiting the Dream Guild of the Orange County Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation on Wednesday, July 29 to be held at an exquisite private residence in Pelican Hill.
NEWS
By Brianna Bailey | November 27, 2008
For the firefighters of Newport Beach Fire Station No. 8, working on the holidays is all part of the job. “We work our regular shift on holidays, so if you normally work that day, you’re on,” said fire department paramedic Kelly Gorman. “You can work several Thanksgivings in a row.” The firefighters on duty at the station Thursday dined on a gourmet Thanksgiving meal compliments of the Resort at Pelican Hill, which opened this week in Newport Coast.
NEWS
By Brianna Bailey | November 25, 2008
The last of 1.1 million hand-cut glass tiles have been laid in the circular pool and the final olive tree planted at the 504-acre Resort at Pelican Hill. The only thing missing now is the guests. Pelican Hill is slated to open its doors today after more than three years of construction and preparation in a less-than-hospitable economic climate. Managing Director Giuseppe Lama knows there will be challenges ahead this holiday season, but he’s counting on the resort’s attention to detail and his staff to make Pelican Hill one of the country’s top destination resorts.
BUSINESS
July 25, 2008
The Resort at Pelican Hill has joined an alliance of hotels and high-end restaurants. There are now 12 hotels and resorts in the OCeanfront alliance since the Ritz-Carlton in Laguna Niguel and the Resort at Pelican Hill were added to the list. The OCeanfront includes businesses working to promote Orange County’s beach destinations. Its website directs tourists to the best places to eat, the prime beaches to visit and the most luxurious places to stay. The Resort at Pelican Hill will open in December.
SPORTS
By Soraya Nadia McDonald | April 15, 2008
NEWPORT COAST — In the end, it was Pelican Hill’s punched greens that allowed Newport Harbor High to deal Corona del Mar the knockout blow in Monday’s Battle of the Bay. The Sailors defeated the Sea Kings for the second straight year, 394-410, to win the Pelican Cup. Newport Harbor has won its last four matches, almost all on punched greens. Putting conditions on the club’s Ocean South course weren’t favorable for either side, but the Sailors (10-4)
FEATURES
By Sue Thoensen | March 9, 2008
It was the last day of the 2007 Toshiba Classic, and volunteer Ashley Garbutt needed a miracle. It was close to St. Patrick’s Day, and she was in charge of selling hats. Green hats. Unfortunately, a vendor was handing out hats — of the same color — for free. Ashley had a lot of hats nobody was buying, she was kind of bored, and there weren’t a lot of people hanging around, when out of the blue, she got her Mericle. Jason Mericle, fellow volunteer.
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