Surf City Highlights - May 2016 - HB Reads One Book

Its' the relationship that the City of Huntington Beach has with Anjo, Japan, that has made its Sister City Association so special. The 30-year relationship is highlighted with the celebration of the Cherry Blossom Trees, along with special dignitaries and announcement by Edison High School Baseball.
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The HB Parks & Recreation Department teams up with the Kiwanis Club of Huntington Beach to present at the Sports Complex, a fun day filled with candy hunts, arcade games, entertainment, BBQ, and of course, the Easter Bunny
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Books are not the only commodity at the Central Library. All types of seeds that grow anything from Tomatoes to Strawberry’s are found in the new Library within the Library program.
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Calling all hot rods and cool classic rides, including the hometown favorite, Woodies! This annual event takes over Pier Plaza and the Pier area. Join HB Car Club founder, Mel Craig as he shows off the best!
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The Youth Employment Service and HB City Councilwoman, Jill Hardy makes this day long tutorial of the basics of getting that first job and then what to do after you get that first paycheck, a must for these high school students.
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Conor Grennan just wasn’t sure he wanted to volunteer in Nepal. But after he learned that these orphaned children were actually trafficked, he set out to find the families to these young children.” Little Princess: One Man’s Promise to Bring Home the Lost Children of Nepal,” is Conor’s account of a life-changing experience which would result in a New York Times Bestselle , a new non-profit organization, and one HB community that reads the book.
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The Community Services Team focuses attention on the new Senior Center and a new basketball camp featuring former NBA shooting guard, Mo Ager.
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