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April 3, 1969—“ Transit Ads Now on LW Minibuses” was the headline. The story explained that advertising would now appear on the inside and outside of the Leisure World Minibuses. Revenue was to be used to fund a bus replacement program.

April 6, 1967— The Seal Beach City Council approved the hiring of an architect to develop plans for a community center to be located in the newly annexed Rossmoor Shopping Center. The center ended up being 3,500 square feet with a seating capacity for 300 people.

April 9, 1986— Harbir Narang, vice president of First Columbia Management, Inc., became the acting administrator of Leisure World. By June he was the permanent administrator. Prior to becoming associated with Leisure World, the native of New Delhi, India, had been associated with the Federal National Mortgage Associate for nine years. In 1979, he joined the J.L. Moyer Company, which was later purchased by First Columbia Management.

April 10, 1980 - The picture on Page 1 of the LW News showed the trees on the north side of Clubhouse 2 being removed. The expansion was to add a stage and dressing rooms to the north side of the facility.

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