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November 26, 1997 | SUSAN DEEMER and DEBRA CANO
A group of 12 Saddleback Valley cheerleaders, headed by longtime coach Gail Wright, took first place recently in a competition organized by the Pop Warner Football League. "We did pretty well for our little group," said parent Kate Charles-Howe. The Orange Empire Conference, held in Long Beach, was special, parents say, because the girls showed extra team spirit. One 12-year-old team member was holding an extended "A mount" position when she slipped.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 26, 1997 | SUSAN DEEMER and DEBRA CANO
A group of 12 Saddleback Valley cheerleaders, headed by longtime coach Gail Wright, took first place recently in a competition organized by the Pop Warner Football League. "We did pretty well for our little group," said parent Kate Charles-Howe. The Orange Empire Conference, held in Long Beach, was special, parents say, because the girls showed extra team spirit. One 12-year-old team member was holding an extended "A mount" position when she slipped.
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March 26, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
One of the founders of the drive for Foothill communities cityhood said Monday that he is stepping down from a leadership position in the campaign. Ron Greek said he resigned as co-chairman of the Foothills Cityhood Committee to concentrate on running his Irvine insurance firm. "I'm passionately committed" to the cityhood drive, Greek said, "but I've got to earn a living. . . . My business is involved in a lot of new projects that will require quite a bit of my time."
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March 26, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
One of the founders of the drive for Foothill communities cityhood said Monday that he is stepping down from a leadership position in the campaign. Ron Greek said he resigned as co-chairman of the Foothills Cityhood Committee to concentrate on running his Irvine insurance firm. "I'm passionately committed" to the cityhood drive, Greek said, "but I've got to earn a living. . . . My business is involved in a lot of new projects that will require quite a bit of my time."
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