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October 15, 1992 | KATHRYN BOLD
Leave it to the Sand Dollar Guild to hold a benefit for the Orange County Marine Institute that was environmentally correct. "Treasures of the Sea" was the theme of the guild's fourth annual dinner-dance held Saturday at the Dana Point Resort overlooking the Pacific. The $55-per-person gala attracted a crowd of 400 and resulted in real treasure for the Marine Institute--about $35,000 in proceeds.
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October 15, 1992 | KATHRYN BOLD
Leave it to the Sand Dollar Guild to hold a benefit for the Orange County Marine Institute that was environmentally correct. "Treasures of the Sea" was the theme of the guild's fourth annual dinner-dance held Saturday at the Dana Point Resort overlooking the Pacific. The $55-per-person gala attracted a crowd of 400 and resulted in real treasure for the Marine Institute--about $35,000 in proceeds.
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October 16, 1998 | LINN GROVES
"Holidaze FantaSea," a dinner-dance to benefit the Orange County Marine Institute, will take place Saturday. The Sand Dollar Guild, a fund-raising group for the Marine Institute, is sponsoring the 6 p.m. event and hopes to raise $60,000. The dinner and dance, along with a silent auction, will be at Harbor Lights, formerly the Dana Point Yacht Club, at 24707 Dana Drive, on the island side of the harbor. Tickets are $50 per person and can be bought by calling (949) 496-2274, Ext. 411.
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August 9, 1998
Notes about your surroundings Earth Wise--Endangered species, the impact of humans on the environment and marine ecology are the subjects of fall semester courses at Orange Coast College. Ecology 130 will examine the causes of extinction, future outlook, protective laws and the role of zoos in preservation. A special emphasis will be given to California species. It meets from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays.
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January 25, 1992 | HERBERT J. VIDA
Recent graduates of the Anaheim chapter of the Literacy Volunteers of America who will teach English as a second language are B.J. Dewald and Ann Zawila, Garden Grove; Doris Shrewsbury, Cypress; Marilyn Whittingham, Stanton; David Braunstein and Camille Collier, Fullerton, and Linda Lemayski and David Mauchlin, Orange. The others, all from Anaheim, are Cathy Canada, Kerri Hicks, Paula Moon, Margaret Schultz, Betty Thede, P.J.
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