CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 1993 |
Officials of the Bowers Museum on Wednesday rejected accusations by board President Judy Fluor-Runels, who resigned unexpectedly on Tuesday, citing the museum's mishandling of her parents' $111,000 donation. The officials also said they were shocked by Fluor-Runels' resignation, because she had met with them earlier on Tuesday to discuss related matters, and all seemed well. Fluor-Runels has claimed that the museum has failed to honor the terms of the 1991 gift from Si and Gloria Fluor.
November 27, 1985 |
A city-appointed interim study commission has been formed to make recommendations on program and structural expansions for Santa Ana's Bowers Museum. In announcing the 10-member citizens group, the Santa Ana City Council on Monday night formally delayed any major moves for Bowers--including a fund-raising drive--until the new group completes a yearlong study. The council also delayed for a year the appointment of a permanent governing board for the Charles W.
October 13, 1988 |
Like many a new homeowner, Ron Sanchez called in the decorators after he closed the deal on his 60-year-old colonial-style home in Fullerton this year. Hardly remarkable--until you see his method.
June 16, 1998 |
The event: Round-Up for Life IV, a hoedown featuring a chuck-wagon barbecue, line-dancing and midway rides, held on the Centennial Farm at the Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa. The Saturday event benefited the AIDS Services Foundation, which helps local people living with AIDS. City slickers: More than 600 party-goers wearing cowboy boots and western shirts moseyed around the farm, eating barbecue, playing arcade games and dancing to the Sam Morrison Country-Western Band.