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Around Town: Academic heights and money-raising Mariners

June 25, 2013
  • Katie Coates, the 2013 OC PRSA Distinguished Service Award honoree, and Steve Churm, right.
Katie Coates, the 2013 OC PRSA Distinguished Service…

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All that scholastic stress paying off

Chloe J. Lippold of Huntington Beach has been named a President's Scholar with the 2013 incoming freshman class at Cal State Long Beach. She will receive a full, four-year scholarship from the university worth about $70,000.

Lippold graduated with the Marina High School class of 2013 and, fortunately for her, took her high school career seriously. Because of her efforts she qualified for the President's Scholar as a National Hispanic Scholar through the National Hispanic Recognition Program. Each year, the program honors about 5,000 of the highest-scoring students from more than 250,000 Latino juniors who take the PSAT/NMSQT.

She is the daughter of Timothy and Yolanda Lippold of Huntington Beach and plans to major in psychology at Cal State Long Beach. Her career goal is to become a therapist specializing in the treatment of autism spectrum disorders.

Cal State Long Beach's president F. King Alexander said the school gets more than 700 applicants for the scholarships, but only 25 students are chosen.

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As a President's Scholar, Lippold will will receive priority registration, personalized advising, guaranteed acceptance to the University Honors Program and opportunity for international study abroad housing.

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Perfectly Award worthy

Katie Coates Ageson, owner of Huntington Beach-based PR Perfect, recently received the 2013 PROTOS Award from the Orange County Public Relations Society of America.

The awards ceremony was held July 7 at Lyon Air Museum in Santa Ana.

PROTOS are the highest honor given in the Orange County public relations field, according to a news release.

Ageson was recognized for her understanding of the public relations process including research, defining objectives and demonstrating measurable results.

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Fundraisers

Parade Viewing and wetland conserving

Fred's Mexican Café will hold a Fourth of July champagne brunch to benefit the Bolsa Chica Conservancy.

Tables are being sold now, and 100% of the proceeds will go to the conservancy's wetland science education programs.

Guests will be offered an endless champagne brunch with unobstructed views of the Huntington Beach Fourth of July Parade. This year's parade will feature The Incredible Hulk and a "Baywatch" favorite — also known as celebrity guests Lou Ferrigno and Nicole Eggert.

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