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January 19, 1998
Celebration of Anaheim Unified High School District's 100th birthday will continue today with the Centennial Golf Tournament and Luncheon. The tournament will begin at 8 a.m., with the luncheon and a raffle at 1:30 p.m. The cost for the tournament is $100 a person. The ticket includes green fee, cart and lunch. The luncheon only is $25. Proceeds will go toward other centennial events. Once all events are completed, proceeds will go to scholarships.
December 27, 1990
The Oak Canyon Nature Center is offering morning classes for youngsters today and Friday. Today's class is "Visitors From the Sky: Our Winter Birds." On Friday, the center will offer "Winged Predators: The Birds of Prey." The programs, which run from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., are for children ages 6 to 10. The fee is $6 per child. The Oak Canyon Nature Center is at 6700 Walnut Canyon Road next to the Anaheim Hills Golf Course. For more information, call (714) 998-8380.
October 15, 1995
After reading your article on the speed-up system at Anaheim Hills Golf Course, I could not wait to try it again ("Anaheim's Message to Golfers: Stop Puttering Around", Aug. 21). It had been several years since I played that nightmarish five hour-plus course. Happily, I got a tee time, and indeed the starter gave our group a time card. It is still a nightmarish five hour-plus golf course, but they do keep track of your time. ART FRIEDMAN Newport Beach
August 22, 1996
The Children's Discovery Faire Sept. 8 at Oak Canyon Nature Center will feature cultural, fine arts, science and natural history exhibits and a petting zoo, organizers said this week. The free public event, which will also include arts and crafts activities, is sponsored by the Oak Canyon Committee of the Sea & Sage chapter of the National Audubon Society. The nature center is at 6700 E. Walnut Canyon Road, near Anaheim Hills Golf Course.
June 3, 1995 | ALAN EYERLY
As many as 4,000 people may turn out Sunday for Heritage Day, a family-oriented celebration of early California history. Sponsoring the 14th annual event are Anaheim's Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department and the Canyon Hills Junior Women's Club. Admission is free for the celebration, which will be from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Oak Canyon Nature Center. Live bluegrass and folk music, free pony rides and hands-on arts and crafts activities are planned.
October 21, 1992 | LYNDA NATALI
More than $18,000 was raised for student scholarships at the annual Cypress College Golf Classic. The event, held at the Anaheim Hills Golf Course, beat last year's fund-raising totals by several hundred dollars, organizers said. "It was our most successful tournament ever," said Don Bedard, director of the Cypress College Foundation. "I'm very grateful to everybody who participated to be able to report such a high level of financial success, especially during a recession."
May 18, 1991
John Huarte, the only Orange County native to win the Heisman Trophy, will be the featured celebrity in Wednesday's annual Hall of Fame Charity Golf Tournament at Anaheim Hills Golf Course. Huarte, who graduated from Mater Dei High School and now lives in Phoenix, won the Heisman in 1964 when he led Notre Dame to a 9-1 record.
June 2, 1996
Butter churning, blacksmithing and other skills from days gone by will be demonstrated today at the city's 15th annual Heritage Day celebration of Western history and culture. Several thousand people are expected to attend the free, family-oriented event, which will be from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Oak Canyon Nature Center in Anaheim Hills.
August 4, 1998 | DEBRA CANO
Community volunteer Stan Pawlowski will be honored at a golf tournament in September to benefit the Anaheim Family YMCA. The YMCA branch serves children and families in Anaheim, Cypress, Stanton and La Palma. Pawlowski has brought 47 years of banking experience to the YMCA's board of directors, on which he currently serves as vice chairman. He has given many hours of volunteer service to the community and has received numerous awards for his efforts.
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