Blog Posts

  • Lee Calvert Wins the Inaugural Wishnick Award
    Volunteering on the Fourth Starts Early It is 4:30 a.m. on July 4th. Teeth are brushed, hair is combed, makeup applied and change of clothing packed. It is the start of the day for volunteer Lee Calvert, who has been given the first Arnie Wishnick
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  • Pacific Palisades Street Closures on the Fourth
    For the Race, Parade and Fireworks NO STOPPING; NO PARKING signs, will be posted along the race and parade route prior to July 4. Please observe the signs, so events can start on time. RACE CLOSURES: In the Will Rogers 5K/10K race area, closures
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  • Councilman Mike Bonin Addresses Various Concerns
    At Pacific Palisades Community Council Meeting The Pacific Palisades Community Council met on June 27 in the Palisades Library community room. Before Councilman Mike Bonin spoke, there were two important announcements. 1) Howard Robinson, chair of
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  • Hathaways Volunteer Vital Service to Keep
    5/10K Will Rogers Run Local By LAUREL BUSBY Contributing Writer Running on the Fourth of July has been a tradition since 1978, and Thomas and Dalena Hathaway have become a central part of that tradition. For eight years, Dalena has coordinated the
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  • Palisades Fourth of July Concert Set
    PaliShades to Headline on Main Stage By LAUREL BUSBY Contributing Writer This year, PaliShades, a for-one-night-only band, will bring their grooves to the Palisades Rocks the Fourth day-long concert event. Made up of a bevy of skilled, professional
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  • Mike Lanning Selected Parade Marshal
    Because of His Impact on the Pacific Palisades Community No individual has had a bigger impact on Pacific Palisades youth than resident Mike Lanning. Since becoming the Scoutmaster of Troop 223 in 1953, he has seen 804 boys attain the rank of Eagle
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  • Presentation for Gladstone’s Lacked Information
    Instead, It Was Called a Chance to Offer Input The following invite came from L.A. County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl’s office for a presentation on June 18 at the Palisades Village Swarthmore Room. “Please join PCH Beach Associates, the L.A. County
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  • PaliHi Sports Program Wins Commissioner’s Cup
    Capturing 12 CIF LA City Section Titles Palisades Charter High School has again won the  CIF LA City Section Commissioner’s Cup. The Dolphins won 12 City Championships during the 2018-2019 school year to capture their fifth consecutive Cup. PaliHi
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  • Dozens of Volunteers from Pacific Palisades Help
    Campaign that Strives to Address World Hunger Vitamins. Soy. Rice. Dehydrated vegetables. Manna Pack (quart-sized sealed bags, about the size of a zip-lock bag). Forty-eight Palisades residents volunteered from noon to 2 p.m. on June 20 as part of
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  • Homeless: The City Has a Model to
    Follow in the Palisades Task Force On June 14, Councilman Mike Bonin sent out a press release that included his suggestions on “Why Is Homelessness Getting Worse, and What Can We Do About It?” His solutions included a “Vacancy Tax” (if you own
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