Surf City Highlights - Aug & Sep 2014 - Bolsa Chica Conservancy’s Barefoot Ball

The Huntington beach Council on Aging came out in this very popular fund raiser to help support Senior Services in HB.
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This growing Downtown event is a great mix of salsa and chili put on by the Downtown Business Improvement District and helps to raise monies for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Huntington Valley. There is judging and a People’s Choice Award and more.
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A two-day event over the Mother’s Day celebration, this tradition of arts & crafts, entertainment and food is as a regional crowd pleaser. This event, along with a Friday night art gallery reception, highlights the work of Las Damas, a women’s auxiliary group.
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Held right on the sand, the Barefoot Ball featured famed artist Wyland, as he painted right in front of the sold out audience.
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Awards recognizing the people, volunteers and companies who have assisted the Huntington Beach Youth Shelter with their work with at risk youth since its first founding by concerned private citizens, were handed out on the lawn of the Shelter.
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Project Self-Sufficiency is highlighted thru its Wine & Cheese event to its important June Recognition program, honoring PSS participants with scholarships that help with education.
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A potential game changer in saving the property was brought before a national audience through a news conference at HB City Hall. The announcement that The National Trust for Historic Preservation has added to America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places for three years, is the distinction that may help with funds to but the parcels from property owner Rainbow Environmental Services.
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From a beach clean up to a re-creation of George Freeth racing through the waves to the commemoration of the 1914 Pier, 100 years of surfing at the Pier was a historic week.
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The Classic national celebration found on the hometown Main Street of Huntington Beach, as the HB Fourth of July Executive Board presented the 110th Edition.
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