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February 21, 1992 | John O'Dell Times staff writer
More Helping Hands: Another charitable effort sponsored by a quartet of Orange County building industry firms made Christmas nicer for clients of the Laguna Beach Community Center, which had lost its federal financial support because it had fewer than 40 client families. The four organizing companies--Danelian Associates, OCB Reprographics and Fusco, Williams, Lindgren & Short, all of Irvine, and First American Title Insurance Co.
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February 21, 1992 | John O'Dell Times staff writer
More Helping Hands: Another charitable effort sponsored by a quartet of Orange County building industry firms made Christmas nicer for clients of the Laguna Beach Community Center, which had lost its federal financial support because it had fewer than 40 client families. The four organizing companies--Danelian Associates, OCB Reprographics and Fusco, Williams, Lindgren & Short, all of Irvine, and First American Title Insurance Co.
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September 26, 1996 | Jerry Hicks
She was 15 when they met. He was 17. She went on to become class valedictorian, he the star of the football team. She was excited about college life when they moved onto UCLA. He discovered drugs and booze. After they married, she went into computers, he became a dentist. She got the house she always wanted, he got his dream Porsche. He became dependent on drugs and alcohol. She went into a depression as they grew apart. At age 33, she actually contemplated suicide.
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December 19, 1986 | PENELOPE MOFFET
Dear Kevin, I hope the Presedent (sic) takes down some missiles. I hope there will be more PEACE. I hope some day that people make enough birds that there will be no more war. Love, Katie (Zentner, age 9) Five times during this year's eight-month, cross-country Great Peace March, the first- through fourth-grade students of Laguna Beach's Community Learning Center wrote individual letters, mailed together in thick packets, to "their" peace marcher, Kevin Henry.
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