Anaheim Bulletin, August 30, 2012

Anaheim Bulletin

August 30, 2012

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Anaheim Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 30, 2012, Anaheim, California ANAHEIM bulletin E THURSDAY, AUG. 30, 2012 AROUND TOWN Anaheim to Ontario: The Cit>' CouncU last week unanimously adopted a resolution supporting a 32-mile Anaheim-to-Ontario maglev train project. The U.S. Congress is considering obligating existing funding worth S45 million for an emi-ronment-impact report to stud\' the project that would connect Anaheim’s AR-TIC transit hub uith the Ontario International Airport through a high-speed magnetic le\itation train s>'stem that could eventually connect Anaheim to Las \egas. Electronic waste: Canyon High School’s Golden Warrior Regiment is sponsoring an e-cycle collection from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 8 and 9 at Canyon High School, 220 S. Imperial Highway, Anaheim Hills. Bring your unw’anted and broken electronics items for e-cycling. The event will help support the band program. Drop off items at CHS’s upper parking lot; if you can’t bring your donated items, contact ecycle (acanyonregiment.com to maybe arrange pick up. For a detailed list of accepted items, see the e-cycle list at wirwxaftyonrtglmnt.com. Anqets softball: Angels Baseball and the Angels RBI League are hosting a summer youth softball camp on the field of Angel Stadium on Sept. 15. The camp is geared toward girls 12 to 18 years old and will allow attendees to throw pitches in the bullpen, catch fly balls in the outfield, take batting practice on the warning track and leam from USA Softball players .\manda Freed, Leah O’Brien Amico and Nina Lindenberg, in addition to local college players and coaches. Information: angeis.com/rbiteague or 714-619-0814. Tro<»ps tee up: The sixth annual Tee it up for the Troops Golf tournament will be held on Sept. 10 at the Alta \lsta Countr>' Club. Last year the event raised $160,000 for nonprofits that support wounded warriors, veterans and active military personnel and their families. Ten wounded w'arriors will be golfing with sponsors and participants in the tournament. Information: caiiforniateeitupforthetroops.com. Beautiful day: Anaheim Beautiful will hold its fall luncheon at the Anaheim WTiite House restaurant on Sept. 5. The nonprofit group encourages community pride through neighborhood cleanups, grafilti-removal projects and holiday light contests. The cost for the luncheon/ fundraiser is S25 per person with a reservation by Sept. 1; $30 at the door. Information: 714-765-6079. Elections advice: Applications have begun to come in for a 10-member Citizens Ad\isor>' Committee that will look at potential changes to Anaheim’s election process, including whether to change to district elections rather than at-large. The application process closes at 5 p.m. on Sept. 11. Each council member will select tw^o people to sen^e on the committee, which ^^ilI hold community meetings through May, then make recommendations to the Cit\' Council. Applications are available online at anaheim-.net or at the Cit\' Clerk’s office. Information: 714-765-5166. Retirement class: A free program titled New Wonder Years will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 8 at the Ruby Gerontology Center at Cal State Fullerton. The program is presented by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Keynote speakers will discuss issues related to aging, employment and retirement. A light lunch will be served. Reservations are not required, but seating is limited. To guarantee a seat, call 657 278-2446 or e-mail [email protected] Information: olli.fuiierton.edu. Historic tours: The public is invited to tour the Yorba Cemetery from 11 a.m. to noon on Sept. 1 at Woodgate Park. Tours of the nearby Ramon Peralta Adobe Museum will be from 11 to 1 p.m. at 6389 E. Santa Ana Canyon Road, Anaheim Hills. Information: George Key Ranch 714-973-3191. We want your news. Send news items and photos from community events and we will try to publish them in the paper or on our Web site. Send items and photos as .jpg files with people identified by email to [email protected] Call Heather McRea at 714-704-3791. 55+ SENIOR APARTMENTSS975 for 1 BDRNI - 1 BATH SI295 for 2 BDRNI - 2 BATH*Half Off First Month’s Rent Dishwasher, Central Heat/Air, Heated Pool, Spa, Rec Room. Near Restaurants & Shopping. Planned Activities. Gated Community. No Dogs. No Smoking. Call Today or Visit.714-223-1223 Bradford Terrace ^y>ts. 1112 N. Bradford Ave., Placentia Svith6Mof^"There are so many planned activities at the HW, I can be as busy as I want to be!" Family owned & operated One-Bedroom Homes from $1125 Full-time activities director Resort-style heated pool & spa 4000 sq. ft. resident clubhouse Beautifully landscaped property Complimentary local transportati On-call maintenance 24/7 Dish Network included Water & trash included HWSeniorLiving.com inquiries(a)hwseniorliving.com Facebook.com/HVVSeniorLiving Call today to schedule a tour (714) 897-0772 APARTMENT HOM^ ;

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