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By Britney Barnes | September 2, 2009
Spending almost seven hours alone in a small, single-person kayak in the middle of the ocean, watching out for boats and paddling toward an island that never seems to get closer isn’t for everyone. Which is probably why the experience has raised Sean Clancy more than $12,230 for charity. Huntington Beach local Clancy challenged himself to kayak to Catalina Island and challenged his friends, family and co-workers to pony up for his charity of choice, Dream Street, in return.
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By: | August 28, 2005
No good deed goes unpunished, right? That clearly was the case Thursday in Newport Beach as 15 professionals ended up behind bars, with $1,000 or more bail staring them in their jail-hardened faces. They had been caught by police, some were handcuffed, and all were read their Miranda rights. Fortunately for them, their jail was at the Tommy Bahama Cafe and Emporium, and their bail was going to the Muscular Dystrophy Assn. And their Miranda rights told them they could call as many friends as possible to help raise the bail.
SPORTS
June 19, 2013
The Huntington Beach High Football Camp for youth starts Monday at the school. The camp, geared to safely prepare intermediate-aged athletes for a successful high school experience, is open to youth grades who will enter grades third through eighth in the fall. Daily camp sessions are from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday through Thursday through June 27. Campers will participate in four phases of football: field workouts, weight room, speed and power training (grades 6-8 only), classroom and football instruction (grade 6-8 only)
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By: Andrew Edwards | August 26, 2005
Dressed in black and white prisoner's garb, Irrelevant Week founder Paul Salata found himself in the slammer Thursday. Salata was one of 15 local professionals who were hauled into a makeshift jail Thursday at the Tommy Bahama Cafe and Emporium. Once in custody, the convicts had their mug shots taken and were allowed to call friends and ask for "bail," which was donated to the Muscular Dystrophy Assn. After he was processed, Salata said jokingly that he has been arrested "a couple times here but a lot of times elsewhere.
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August 3, 2000
Angelique Flores HUNTINGTON BEACH -- While some come to Surf City to enjoy the sand and surf, a group of teens are spending most of their time at the corner of Yorktown Avenue and Florida Street. The group is giving Habitat for Humanity a hand in building two homes. Thirteen 16- and 17-year-olds, mostly from the East Coast, have signed up for a summer camp through the American Jewish Society for Service that has brought them to Orange County for volunteer work.
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By Britney Barnes, britney.barnes@latimes.com | June 23, 2010
The chance to attend summer camp and learn to sail and swim are what drew 18-year-old Ana Munguia into a program eight years ago that would help her get into college and then help pay for it. But what was supposed to be a way to hang out with her friends over the summer changed her whole life for the better. Dressed up with a red carnation pinned over her heart, Munguia graduated Friday evening from El Viento at a small ceremony at Golden West College's amphitheatre. El Viento is an organization that takes students in the underprivileged, mostly Latino, Oak View neighborhood, between Warner and Slater avenues, and Beach Boulevard and Gothard Street, and helps them get into college by giving them academic assistance, enrichment opportunities from fourth grade through graduation and then pays for their first two years of college wherever they decide to go. Back in fourth grade, Munguia said, she didn't think about going to college; she just wanted to go to summer camp.
SPORTS
June 12, 2013
Marina High baseball will launch both its Game Camp and Fundamental Training Camp for players of all ages starting Wednesday at the Marina baseball fields. The Game Camp will run from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and two sessions are available. Session 1 starts Wednesday and Session 2 opens July 8. The cost per session is $180. For both sessions, the cost is $340. The Fundamental Training Camp will run between noon and 2 p.m. Two sessions are available: Session 1 starts Wednesday and Session 2 starts July 8. The cost per session is $180.
SPORTS
August 8, 2012
Club H Volleyball is offering a summer volleyball session starting Sunday at Golden West College. Other session dates include Aug. 19 and Aug. 26. The cost is $100. Instruction for players under 14 is from 4 and 6 p.m. Instruction for players 15 and older is from 6 to 8 p.m. For registration information, email info@clubhvolleyball.com , or call (714) 655-9204. * Soccer team seeks goalie Team 90, a girls' 18-and-under Gold level soccer team based in Huntington Beach, is seeking a goalie for its roster.
SPORTS
August 1, 2012
Paul McBeth of Huntington Beach won the 2012 Professional Disc Golf World Championships at Charlotte, N.C. The tournament was held at 14 disc golf courses from July 14-21. The title earned McBeth $5,500. * Sluggers Baseball camp starts Aug. 20 Sluggers Baseball and Mizuno USA is offering a summer camp season starting Aug. 20. The camp is for youth ages 8 to 12 and runs daily from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. through Aug. 24. An Extra Innings session also is available daily between 1:15 and 3 p.m. each day. The cost for the camp is $165 and $230 for Extra Innings.
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June 19, 2013
The Huntington Beach High Football Camp for youth starts Monday at the school. The camp, geared to safely prepare intermediate-aged athletes for a successful high school experience, is open to youth grades who will enter grades third through eighth in the fall. Daily camp sessions are from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday through Thursday through June 27. Campers will participate in four phases of football: field workouts, weight room, speed and power training (grades 6-8 only), classroom and football instruction (grade 6-8 only)
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June 12, 2013
Marina High baseball will launch both its Game Camp and Fundamental Training Camp for players of all ages starting Wednesday at the Marina baseball fields. The Game Camp will run from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and two sessions are available. Session 1 starts Wednesday and Session 2 opens July 8. The cost per session is $180. For both sessions, the cost is $340. The Fundamental Training Camp will run between noon and 2 p.m. Two sessions are available: Session 1 starts Wednesday and Session 2 starts July 8. The cost per session is $180.
SPORTS
May 22, 2013
The third annual Hoops of Hope Shoot-a-thon is May 30 at the Huntington Beach High gymnasium. The free-throw shooting event includes live music, food and a silent auction and raffle and runs from 3 to 7 p.m. All proceeds will help support the construction of a medical center in Zambia and provide backpacks to needy children in the U.S. Admission cost is a $5 donation at the door. Raffle tickets can be purchased for $1 each. Hoops of Hope is the largest free throw shoot-a-thon in the world.
SPORTS
August 15, 2012
The Surf City Breakers, an AYSO Region 56 Under-14 girls' Extra team from South Huntington Beach, won the JUSA Signature Friendship Tournament on Sunday in Yorba Linda. The Breakers won two games and tied a third to advanced to the division final. In the title game, the Breakers and host Yorba Linda fought to a scoreless tie through regulation. The Breakers earned the championship when Alexa Tangonan, Bailey Goetz and Gianna DiLiberto converted penalty kicks, and goalie Megan Undlin registered three saves.
SPORTS
August 8, 2012
Club H Volleyball is offering a summer volleyball session starting Sunday at Golden West College. Other session dates include Aug. 19 and Aug. 26. The cost is $100. Instruction for players under 14 is from 4 and 6 p.m. Instruction for players 15 and older is from 6 to 8 p.m. For registration information, email info@clubhvolleyball.com , or call (714) 655-9204. * Soccer team seeks goalie Team 90, a girls' 18-and-under Gold level soccer team based in Huntington Beach, is seeking a goalie for its roster.
SPORTS
August 1, 2012
Paul McBeth of Huntington Beach won the 2012 Professional Disc Golf World Championships at Charlotte, N.C. The tournament was held at 14 disc golf courses from July 14-21. The title earned McBeth $5,500. * Sluggers Baseball camp starts Aug. 20 Sluggers Baseball and Mizuno USA is offering a summer camp season starting Aug. 20. The camp is for youth ages 8 to 12 and runs daily from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. through Aug. 24. An Extra Innings session also is available daily between 1:15 and 3 p.m. each day. The cost for the camp is $165 and $230 for Extra Innings.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | July 20, 2011
Arcadia High captured the third annual Beach City Challenge prep football 7-on-7 passing competition at Marina High on Saturday. Arcadia beat La Serna of Whittier in the final to win the event. Serra, which won last year's tournament, and Redondo Union, reached the semifinals. The junior varsity competition was won by Pacifica on Friday. Marina, which competed in pool play with La Serna earlier in the competition, lost to Valley View of Moreno Valley in the consolation final.
NEWS
By Britney Barnes, britney.barnes@latimes.com | June 24, 2010
The chance to attend summer camp and learn to sail and swim are what drew 18-year-old Ana Munguia into a program eight years ago that would help her get into college and then help pay for it. But what was supposed to be a way to hang out with her friends over the summer changed her whole life for the better. Dressed up with a red carnation pinned over her heart, Munguia graduated Friday evening from El Viento at a small ceremony at Golden West College's amphitheatre. El Viento is an organization that takes students in the underprivileged, mostly Latino, Oak View neighborhood, between Warner and Slater avenues, and Beach Boulevard and Gothard Street, and helps them get into college by giving them academic assistance, enrichment opportunities from fourth grade through graduation and then pays for their first two years of college wherever they decide to go. Back in fourth grade, Munguia said she didn't think about going to college, she just wanted to go to summer camp.
NEWS
By Britney Barnes | September 2, 2009
Spending almost seven hours alone in a small, single-person kayak in the middle of the ocean, watching out for boats and paddling toward an island that never seems to get closer isn’t for everyone. Which is probably why the experience has raised Sean Clancy more than $12,230 for charity. Huntington Beach local Clancy challenged himself to kayak to Catalina Island and challenged his friends, family and co-workers to pony up for his charity of choice, Dream Street, in return.
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