September 11, 2003
Patrons get rolling on fund-raising "Cruising Into Fall" is this year's theme for Golden West College's 11th annual Patrons Fashion Show and Fund-raiser, featuring a silent auction and luncheon. The fashion show and fund-raiser will be held on Oct. 4 at the new Clubhouse at Mile Square Golf Course, 10401 Warner Ave. in Fountain Valley. The silent auction is at 10:30 a.m., followed by the fashion show and luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Tables, which seat up to 10, cost $400 and lunch is $40 a plate.
August 27, 2005
VAN HEE-RENO Tonya Van Hee and Russell Reno, both of Newport Beach, exchanged vows on Moorea, Tahiti, on July 27. The bride is the daughter of Orville Van Hee of Canyon Lake, Calif., and Linda Reynolds of Arizona. The maid of honor was Krissy Diaz. The bridesmaids were Andrea Edwards, Karen Horrocks, Mechele Thayer and Renee Difilippo. The bridegroom is the son of Rex and Camille Reno of Newport Beach. The best man was Poncho Lozano. The groomsmen were Kent Greeley, Kirk Smith, Dave Atkins and Joe Roberts.
May 11, 2011
The Woman's Club of Huntington Beach can build a new structure on the spot where its clubhouse burned down, but city codes would prevent it from being a replica of the original building. City spokeswoman Laurie Frymire said a new clubhouse could have architectural similarities to the old one, but would require additional on-site parking as well as greater setbacks. The building would also be subject to fire and building code requirements, although officials have not determined what changes that would necessitate, Frymire said.
July 16, 2009
The members of Huntington Valley Boys & Girls Club are donning poodle skirts and leather jackets for their production of ?Grease School Edition? on Friday and Saturday. The musical is being put on by the Clubhouse Theatre?s middle school advanced drama program after auditions for the high school?s advanced drama program of ?Grease? produced many talented, but too young performers, said Bob Hoxsie, play director and Boys & Girls Club board member. His solution is ?Grease School Edition?
September 21, 2000
Tariq Malik HUNTINGTON BEACH -- Community activism is not Chuck Larson's cup of tea. The aerospace engineer and 25-year city resident doesn't enjoy the process he's going through to save about 18 neighborhood trees. But, he said, it's necessary. Over the past few weeks, Larson has been trying to overturn a petition to remove the ficus trees in front of his home, and about 17 others on the north side of Heil Avenue between Graham Street and Clubhouse Drive.
December 5, 2002
City hoop signups begin Saturday Huntington Beach Youth Basketball will begin taking registration for its 2003 season Saturday at Murdy Community Center, The City Gym Pool and Edison Community Center. The league is open to boys and girls in grades first through eighth, and additional signups may be accepted if the league permits. The fee is $35 per player and includes a team shirt. Registration will continue on a daily basis until Jan. 11. Evaluations and practice games are scheduled to begin Jan 11, 18 and 25. Games will be played Saturdays beginning Feb. 1, and the regular season will end on March 8. Playoff games tentatively are scheduled for March 15 and 22. Registration information may be obtained by calling Murdy Community Center at (714)
May 21, 2012
What do Teddy Roosevelt, King Gustaf of Sweden, the Prince of Wales and Pope Pius XII all have in common, as it relates to Huntington Beach? They all visited the Bolsa Chica Gun Club. Opened around 1900 on property that is now the Bolsa Chica wetlands, the club boasted a beautiful redwood and cedar hunting lodge and many amenities catering to the well-heeled duck hunters of the day. Initially, membership in the club was limited to 40 with an initial membership fee of $1,000 and annual dues of $60, making it one of the most exclusive clubs in the area.
November 30, 2000
Boeing gives $15,000 for school technology Sport celebrities, business people and community members joined parents and staff members from the Huntington Beach City School District at the "Touchdown for Technology" fund-raiser sponsored by the Huntington Beach Educational Foundation. Former Rams quarterback Vince Ferragamo and two-time Olympic softball gold medalist Laura Beg were among those at the Nov. 20 dinner and silent auction at Meadowlark Clubhouse.
October 29, 2008
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Huntington Valley raised about $410,000 at their 30th annual benefit, “Power of Dreams,” on Oct. 24 at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa. Funds raised benefit the club’s scholarship recipients and go toward programming for the club’s 7,600 members. The organization has five branches in Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley. Attendees sampled several varietals of wine, participated in silent and live auctions, watched a video on the club and were treated to a 1980s revue by the ClubHouse Theatre’s advanced youth theatrical group.
July 11, 2008
The draft environmental impact report for the proposed Ripcurl mixed-use development is on display for public feedback through Aug. 21. The Ripcurl project, which would include six stories of residential and commercial development at Gothard Street and Center Avenue across from Golden West College, would have 440 residential units and 10,000 square feet of retail space. Planned amenities include a pool and spa area, fire pit, movie projection area, fitness center, and clubhouse.