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NEWS
March 18, 2004
HAPPENINGS Starring role Huntington Beach High School graduate Derek Mio is in a short film about World War II internment camps. B1 ALSO: Reel Critics review "Secret Window." B2 Tom Titus reviews the Playhouse's performance of "Damn Yankees" and Golden West's performance of "Grapes of Wrath." B3 EDUCATION Cuts coming Huntington Beach City School District's board delayed a vote on budget cuts, while 38 teaching jobs hang in the balance.
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NEWS
March 18, 2004
Army Pvt. Martha Moreno has graduated from the unit supply specialist advanced individual training course at Fort Lee in Petersburg, Va. Moreno learned how to warehouse supplies and equipment and secure and control weapons and ammunition supplies. She is the daughter of Huntington Beach resident Javier Moreno and is a 2003 graduate of Huntington Beach High School. NEIGHBORS is news about Huntington Beach people achieving and doing good in the community.
NEWS
March 2, 2000
THE ISSUE: About $600,000 has been raised so far for new aquatics complex, but project will cost $1.5 million. The Take the Plunge Campaign has been a major focus of the Huntington Beach High School Foundation for more than two years because aquatic students have been shuttled and bused from school to school on a daily basis since 1991, when the pool was closed as part of a series of budget cuts. There has been no swimming for regular physical education, or strengthening and conditioning in any sport.
NEWS
February 7, 2002
FRIDAY A Brazilian Carnival/Mardi Gras will be held from 8 p.m. Feb. 8 and 9 at the Old World Festival Hall, 7561 Center Ave. The show combines samba and showgirls. There will be beads, masks, full bars, Cajun and Brazilian food and costume contests. Tickets are $10. Information: (714) 647-1911. SATURDAY The Academy of Performing Arts will benefit from a concert from 4 to 8 p.m. Feb. 9 at Huntington Beach High School, 1905 Main St. The proceeds will be used for equipment and technology supplies for the expansion of the Song Writing and Recording Arts program at APA. Tickets are $6. Information: (714)
NEWS
By Candice Baker | January 7, 2009
Everything’s coming up roses for the city of Huntington Beach, which won a prestigious award Jan. 1 for its first-ever entry in the Pasadena Tournament of Roses parade. The float, “Surf City USA,” won the Mayor’s Award for the most outstanding city entry in the parade. Featuring a family enjoying a barbecue on top of a swaying surfboard, the 55-foot float introduced a flower created especially for the occasion: the Huntington Beach Centennial Geranium.
NEWS
July 4, 2002
Kathryn McBride Shuttleworth, daughter of Richard and Victoria Shuttleworth of Huntington Beach, was named to the dean's list at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Ga. for the 2002 spring quarter. . . . Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Jose M. Martinez recently graduated from the Basic Hygiene Equipment Operator Course at Marine Corps Engineer School, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C. Martinez is a 2000 graduate of Huntington Beach High School.
NEWS
By Sean Stowell, Ingela Ringbjer | August 12, 1999
HUNTINGTON BEACH -- The Oilers will have a new chief in the fall. The Huntington Beach Union High School District announced Aug. 4 the appointment of Frank J. Berry as the new Huntington Beach High School principal. "He has many accomplishments and achievements and qualities we think [are] a true match in a high school principal," Supt. Susan Roper said. Berry was chosen from more than 40 candidates, she said. Berry will replace James Staunton, who left this summer to take over as commissioner of athletics for the California Interscholastic Federation's southern section.
NEWS
By Michael Alexander | September 3, 2008
The Huntington Beach City Council took several early steps toward building a new skate park to replace the one being torn down next to Huntington Beach High School. While a plan is still far away, council members and city staff said the votes were a move forward. The Huntington Beach City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to put a skate park into the master plan for Worthy Park, just across the street from the high school, where a closing racquetball facility will leave 10,000 square feet of unused space.
NEWS
May 19, 2005
Leilani DiCato, daughter of Paul and Kathy DiCato of Huntington Beach, will graduate magna cum laude from Cal State Fullerton. DiCato, a 2001 graduate of Huntington Beach High School, is a President's Scholar and plans to become an elementary school teacher after she enters the university's credential program in the fall. The Huntington Beach chapter of Leads Club, a business networking organization, has selected new officers to lead its weekly meetings.
NEWS
April 22, 2004
Andrew Edwards High school district Supt. Van Riley assured during a closed door meeting Tuesday that the board would examine the reasons behind the March 11 firing of Huntington Beach High School's successful cheerleading coach, her father said. "[Riley] said that they are going to consider it," said David Ettinger, the father of former cheer coach Sarah Ettinger. Riley and David Ettinger talked following the conclusion of the district's school board meeting, during which several parents and cheerleaders criticized Huntington Beach High School's decision to fire Sarah Ettinger in March.
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