26 August 2020
By Mary Larson LW Contributor The Democratic Club’s first membership meeting by Zoom took place on Aug. 19. During the meeting, participants were introduced for the first time to Paurvi Trivedi who is running for election to the Los Alamitos Unified School District Board. Members will remember that the school district recently replaced at-large voting with a trusteearea system. Areas 2, 4 and
By Brian Harmon LW contributor The LW Republican Club and Seal Beach City Councilman Thomas Moore are asking all LWers to join them in supporting the local police. “The police are the thin blue line between the criminals and their victims and potential victims,” Moore said.“This is an issue that transcends political parties or partisanship,” he said. Councilman Moore represents
19 August 2020
As a result of extreme heat in Southern California, the City of Seal Beach has opened two cooling centers. The cooling centers will stay open through Sunday, Aug. 23. The are located at: Marina Community Center 151 Marina Drive, Seal Beach Monday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Amenities: Air conditioning, water, tables and chairs Seal Beach Tennis Center 3900 Lampson Ave., Seal Beach Monday-Friday,
Glenna Hoff’s family surprised her with a indoor-outdoor party to celebrate her 88th birthday on Aug. 1. The family stayed on the porch while Glenna was inside. There were signs, balloons and over 30 birthday cards and gifts from relatives and neighbors. Glenna said that the “Happy Birthday” song was “special, for some reason, more this year than others.”
Several Hui O Hula dancers celebrated birthday girl Gertie Burin of Mutual 6 with a birthday hula in front of her home. She turned 81 on Aug. 6. She was thrilled with the idea of being able to see her friends dancing to “Blue Hawai’i” and “What A Wonderful World” for her and her neighbors in front of her unit. Keeping the distance, she and her neighbors watched from their patios and lawn.