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Friday, March 7, 2003 The CATALINA ISLANDER Page 5 announces vacan Avalon Community Church This Sunday, March 9, Pastor Ron Eroen of Avalon Commun- ity Church will continue with a new series entitled "Under the Sun versus Under the Son!," with a message from Ecclesiastes 5:8-6:12, entitled "More Wealth + More 'Things' = Less Meaning!" The Sunday Morning Service begins with worship at 9:30 a.m with a time of fellowship follow- ing the morning's service in the Fellowship Hall. Nursery care is provided. Sunday school for the children will be around 10 a.m. (children are in church for worship, then dismissed around 10 a.m.) For Sunday Night Live, Pastor Josh Bove is walking through God's Word. The walk started by going through Genesis, and has recently been going through Matthew. Join at 6:30 p.m. for Worship before the Word. Preschool childcare is available. Avalon Community Church is located on the corner of Metro- pole .and Beacon. Office hours are Monday through Thursday, 2 pan. to 5 p.m. Call 510-1889 to make an appointment with Pastor Ron. Avalon Episcopal Church meets & ASSOCIATES Sales Getaway Rentals Property Management The Avalon Episcopal Church will meet on the third Sunday, March 16, with Holy Communion at 6:30 p.m. in the chapel of Avalon Community Church located on the corner of Metropole and Beacon. For more information, contact Betty Franks at 510- 0202. The Howard and Morrow families are proud to announce the birth of their granddaughter, Isabella Ray Howard, born on February 19, in Long Beach. "Ella" weighed in at six pounds, ten ounces and was 19 inches tall. Grandmother Nan was given the rare privilege of delivering her first grandchild, as Ella chose an exciting way to come into the world. New mother, Amy, is grateful for the support and good wishes from friends and family. Both mother and daughter are happy, healthy and doing fine. CLARENCE A. HUNT BROKER "Open 7 Days a Week" 119 CLARESSA (310) 510-2721 FAX (310) 510-7234 Dr. Jim FAMILY DENTISTRY Serving Catalina Island with a smile/ 4301 ATLANTIC AVE LONG BEACH (562) 42d Islanders- 15% discount with this adl *Real Eetat, e in Avalon NEWLY LISTED! 2 Bedl2 BaCh in Hamilton Cove. Great floor plan with incredible views! Con rat, ulat, ione to t, he 5tonee for our purchase of The recent death of long-time local educator and respected school board member Ed Eveland has created a vacancy on the Board of Education of the Long Beach Unified School District. Eveland represented District 4, which includes East Long Beach, Signal Hill and Catalina Island. The school board seat was expected to be announced last week and filled at a special election on Tuesday, June 10. The Board of Education is scheduled to act on a resolution calling for thg&12f ckal election. If apprGved, the deadline for candidates to file for the office will be Friday, March 14. In order to do so, a candidate must be a resident of District 4, a registered voter and at least 18 years of age. The election will be con- ducted by the City Clerk's Office of the City of Long Beach. City charter provisions require candidates to file nominating papers that include the signatures of at least 20 but no more than 30 registered voters who live in District 4. Nominations forms were available beginning Wednesday, March 5, at the Los Angeles -County Registrar's Office, 12400 E. Imperial Highway, Norwalk. There is no filing fee but there is a charge for each candidate's ballot statement. The cost is estimated to be $1,950 for printing the statement in English and Spanish. Since this is a special election to fill the unexpected portion of Eveland's term, whoever is elected will need to stand for election again in April 2004 in order to be considered for a full term. Members of the Board of Education are elected to four- year terms at regular elections. Past pres The past presidents and 50- year members of the Santa Catalina Woman's Club will be honored at a luncheon on Thursday, March 13, beginning at noon at Steve's Steakhouse on Crescent Avenue. The special guest for the luncheon will be Lt. Patrick Hunter and his wife, Martha. Lt. Hunter will speak about his experiences in law enforce- ment and his plans for leading the Sheriff's Department in Avalon. Steve's is planning a special menu with a choice of beef, fish or chicken at a cost of $12. Reservations are a must, so please call Jeanie at 510-1707 or Neva at 510-0852. Museum telethon set for March If you turned on Channel 3 Tuesday evening, Feb. 25, you would have seen a sign saying that the telethon was postponed "due to the Casino Fire." Well, the fire's out and the telethon has been set for Thursday, March 20, from 6 to 9 p.m. Thanks to the quick thinking and acting fire department and staff at the Santa Catalina Island Company, disaster was averted. However, the building evacuation and temporary power outage caused the museum staff to delay the telethon. Don't miss out on all the action. Be sure to tune in and support the museum and their 50th anniversary. For more information, contact the museum at (310) 510-2414. February 18- March 21 Beginning Tuesday, February 18th, the Chimes Tower Road will be closed from the card key gate down past the Chimes Tower for road repairs. Construction should be completed approximately March 21 st. There will be two way traffic on Stagecoach Road between Avalon and the card key gate during this period. Please use caution at all times when traveling in this area. SANTA CATALINA ISLAND COMPANY NEW LISTING Duplex - 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Plus Studio Apartment. Buy 2 for the Price of 1 ! SHARP 1 BEDROOM CONDO Pool, Spa & Off Street Parking. Priced to Sell. Furnished, Includes Golf Cart. Great Getaway Rental Income. DENSITY BONUS UNIT 1 Bedroom, 2 Bath. 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