June 3, 2010
Golden West College wants participants for its Summer Swim Program. The college is offering recreation swimming, water polo classes and swim lessons for all levels from Parent and Me to adult. Lessons are offered in four sessions from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Thursday and cost $50 a session per child. Open recreation and lap swimming is offered from noon to 1 p.m. June 21 to Aug. 12. Membership is $2 a person, or individual passes for $40 and family swim passes for $80. Registration is from 8 to 11 a.m. June 12 and 19 at the Golden West College pool deck at 15744 Goldenwest St. or www.gwcswim.
October 23, 2003
TODAY Girls' Golf (2:30 p.m.) Edison vs. Esperanza (at Yorba Linda CC) Los Alamitos at Huntington Fountain Valley vs. Marina (at Meadowlark GC) Girls' Tennis (3 p.m.) Marina at Edison Esperanza at Huntington Field Hockey (3:15 p.m.) Huntington Beach at Edison Newport Harbor at Marina Girls' Volleyball (5:45 p.m.) Esperanza at Marina Edison at Los Alamitos Huntington at Fountain Valley FRIDAY Boys' Water Polo (3:15 p.m.)
October 20, 2005
Vendors were selling counterfeit purses, CDs at Golden West College event; one man is arrested.Undercover detectives and private investigators have seized more than $180,000 worth of counterfeit merchandise from several vendors at the Golden West College Swap Meet, police said. Police arrested Huntington Beach resident Masood Firoozkhoohi, 53, on charges of selling counterfeit goods. Police also detained a woman, who was cited and released. Police made the undercover bust Oct. 8, acting on tips from civilians that fake merchandise was being sold at the swap meet, Huntington Beach Lt. Craig Junginger said.
December 4, 2003
Tom Titus Arthur Miller's 50-year-old drama of witch hunts in 17th century New England, "The Crucible," shook the rafters of Golden West College and topped the list of meritorious productions mounted by Golden West College in 2003. Directed by Tom Amen, who virtually is the Golden West theater program, "The Crucible" erupted with explosive power and was the clear choice for the college's best show of the year. Golden West College mounted a superb production of this challenging work, assembling a large and unusually accomplished cast under the methodical direction of Amen.
January 11, 2001
--Compiled by Angelique Flores Assistant Women's Water Polo Coach Tom Hermstad will be leaving Golden West College after 33 years of coaching. Hermstad was the original Golden West water polo coach. He led the program from its inception in 1966 and accepted the athlete director position in 1986. His career record was 424-105, and more than 40 of his players became All-Americans. Hermstad plans to travel with his wife, Lynn, and spend time with his children, Tommy and Carrie, he said.
October 26, 2000
TODAY Cross-country (2 p.m.) Golden West League finals (at Central Park, West) Girls' Golf (2:30 p.m.) Marina vs. Fountain Valley (at Mile Square Park) Redondo vs. Ocean View (at Meadlowlark Golf Course) Girls' Tennis (3 p.m.) Huntington Beach at Marina Fountain Valley at Edison Santa Ana at Ocean View Boys' Water Polo (3 p.m.) Ocean View at La Quinta Field Hockey (3:15 p.m.) Fountain Valley at Huntington Beach Edison at Bonita Marina at Glendora Football (7 p.m.)
January 13, 2000
TODAY Girls Soccer (3:15 p.m.): Esperanza at Edison; Los Alamitos at Fountain Valley; Girls Basketball (7 p.m.): Huntington Beach at Marina; Esperanza at Edison; Los Alamitos at Fountain Valley; Wrestling (7 p.m.): Edison at Esperanza; Fountain Valley at Los Alamitos; Marina at Huntington Beach. FRIDAY Wrestling (2 p.m.): FV, Edison at Five Counties (at Fountain Valley High); Girls Water Polo (3 p.m.): Fountain Valley at Laguna Hills; Boys Soccer (3:15 p.m.)
September 19, 2002
Volunteers needed for special ed committee The Ocean View School District is looking for volunteers for its Special Education Community Advisory Committee. The board of trustees appoints city residents, educators and community representatives to the committee, which meets at least four times per year and advises the board of trustees on how to set annual priorities. The committee also assists in parent education and volunteer recruitment, encourages community involvement and supports activities on behalf of handicapped children.