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April 5, 1997 | DEBRA CANO
Youngsters living in west Anaheim have a new hangout: The Boys and Girls Club of Anaheim has opened a club at Schweitzer Park to offer activities and programs after school and during vacations. "The need has been great in west Anaheim for a very long time," board member Barbara Quintana said. "We had nowhere for our children to go to participate in activities that are supervised by an adult. . . . They've answered a dream for all of us on the west end."
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April 5, 1997 | DEBRA CANO
Youngsters living in west Anaheim have a new hangout: The Boys and Girls Club of Anaheim has opened a club at Schweitzer Park to offer activities and programs after school and during vacations. "The need has been great in west Anaheim for a very long time," board member Barbara Quintana said. "We had nowhere for our children to go to participate in activities that are supervised by an adult. . . . They've answered a dream for all of us on the west end."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 6, 1995
Registration is now open for the 1995 Golf Classic tournament, a fund-raiser for the Boys & Girls Club of Anaheim. Organizers of the ninth annual event, scheduled for Sept. 29 at Green River Golf Course in Corona, said they hope to sign up at least 100 golfers. The entry fee is $125. Information: (714) 491-2849.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 1991 | LISA MASCARO
Six nonprofit organizations offering services in Anaheim will receive more city funds after money was reallocated that had been earmarked for transportation services for senior citizens. The city Community Services Department distributed $50,000 to the agencies rather than put the money toward senior transportation.
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April 19, 2005 | From Times Staff Reports
To mark its 50th anniversary, the Disneyland Resort on Monday donated $1 million to the Boys and Girls Club of Anaheim. The contribution is the single largest donation the youth organization has received in its 16-year history. The money will be used to fund a Saturday activity program, support operating expenses of a new site and help launch an endowment.
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January 5, 2008
Holiday Campaign: A Dec. 29 Holiday Campaign story in the California section about Anaheim Achieves, an after-school program operated by the Anaheim Family YMCA, referred to the Boys and Girls Club of America as one of the program's local support groups. It is the Boys and Girls Club of Anaheim that is a local partner. Also, Anaheim YMCA President and Chief Executive Paul Andresen was quoted as saying of the program, "it's only 20 to 30 kids out of the 4,000" who are helped. The 20 to 30 referred to Anaheim YMCA children who were attending an event related to YMCA programs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1993
Leave it to Don Roth to give new meaning to the words retire campaign debt and without shame. Roth quit as an Orange County supervisor March 1 and pleaded guilty to seven ethics violations for not reporting freebies from people who benefited from his votes. His sentence, which seemed fair, was a $50,000 fine, a three-year suspended term and 200 hours of community service. What definitely is not fair is how Roth is trying to wriggle out of that sentence.
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April 27, 1993 | ERIC LICHTBLAU
Former Orange County Supervisor Don R. Roth, convicted last month of political ethics law violations, met Monday's deadline to pay half the $50,000 fine levied against him, officials said. Roth attorney Paul S. Meyer said "the majority" of the payment--and perhaps the entire amount--came from Roth's leftover campaign funds. But Meyer said he was not certain of the exact amount that came out of Roth's campaign account.
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January 30, 1996 | ALAN EYERLY
Seven local charities will receive money from the Anaheim Community Services Agency under a plan approved recently by the City Council. Acting on recommendations of the Community Services Board, the council awarded $10,000 each to the Anaheim Family YMCA, the Anaheim Interfaith Shelter and the Ecumenical Service Alliance.
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April 26, 1996 | ALAN EYERLY and MIMI KO CRUZ
Anaheim resident Jacquelyn Terrell has been named Woman of the Year in the 34th state Senate District. "She is an exceptional example of the true spirit of volunteerism," said Sen. Rob Hurtt (R-Garden Grove). "She has been an active volunteer for many years and is considered a person who makes a difference for so many in our county."
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October 17, 1995 | ALAN EYERLY
Plans to start a high-tech "one-stop career center" to serve the unemployed will be among the items discussed today by the City Council. The state Employment Development Department has awarded Anaheim a $600,000 job-training grant to establish the center, which is scheduled to be in full operation by January at 50 S. Anaheim Blvd. Among the services offered will be a computer system that links job seekers with governmental agencies, colleges and universities and job-training vendors.
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