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February 26, 1992 | SHERRY ANGEL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It's a tough audience--a group of about 170 restless high school students who have been inside too long on a rainy day--but Susie Vanderlip is up to the challenge. The 41-year-old Orange resident, who is presenting a program as part of Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week, grabs the students' attention without any help from the teachers in charge of crowd control.
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February 26, 1992 | SHERRY ANGEL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It's a tough audience--a group of about 170 restless high school students who have been inside too long on a rainy day--but Susie Vanderlip is up to the challenge. The 41-year-old Orange resident, who is presenting a program as part of Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week, grabs the students' attention without any help from the teachers in charge of crowd control.
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July 6, 1999 | ANN CONWAY
The event: YMCA Community Services' annual John and Donna Crean Reach Out Awards benefit at the Balboa Bay Club in Newport Beach. The recent luncheon for about 100 guests was held in honor of Hoag Hospital's Community Health Outreach department. A new twist: Before sitting down to a chicken and pasta luncheon, guests were invited to cruise auction tables in a reception area.
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September 19, 1992 | HERBERT J. VIDA
Richard Thome, a Capistrano Unified School District administrator, Elizabeth Cotton of Rancho Santiago College, John Martinez of UC Irvine and Serafin Zasueta of Saddleback College have been selected as recipients of the ninth annual Outstanding Hispanic Educator Awards by the Irvine Council of the League of United Latin American Citizens.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 13, 1986 | ALLAN JALON, Times Staff Writer
Until now, the black box theater at the Orange County Performing Arts Center has fulfilled one-half of its dual role. It has already been used as a rehearsal area for visiting performers, including members of the New York City Ballet. But the room also was intended for use as a small theater, and members of the South Coast Repertory Company are about to make that a reality for the first time. On Nov.
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April 23, 1987 | CHRIS PASLES, Times Staff Writer
While local balletomanes cheer ballerina Cynthia Gregory and friends tonight at the Orange County Performing Arts Center, a modest, home-grown troupe will make the first appearance by a local dance group in the Costa Mesa facility's smaller black-box theater. But Dance Kaleidoscope and Gregory, a principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre, won't be competing for the same audience, says Susie Vanderlip, business manager for the Tustin-based troupe.
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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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November 8, 1997 | JERRY HICKS
When Gayle Wilson spoke about her husband, Pete, at a Children's Hospital of Orange County mentoring conference on Thursday, we learned that the governor is strong in English, but his algebra days are well behind him. And when the governor of California followed her to the podium, he opined, between plaudits for her, that she can also be "a bit of a smartass." Such affectionate public candor from someone with presidential ambitions says much about the close relationship the Wilsons share.
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October 8, 1996 | Jerry Hicks
You don't often see a memorial service in a courtroom. But those who attended the service Monday for former Superior Court Judge Robert H. Green in the county courthouse in Santa Ana agreed: It was the most appropriate setting. It was a delight to listen to the many wonderful and witty anecdotes about Green's life and his passion for the law. I wish I'd known him better. Green, who died on Sept.
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