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Memorial Golf Tournament and fundraiSer for Bill Hardey Amemorial golf tournament and benefit will be held on May 28 in memory of Bill Hardey. Bill passed away on April 10 at the age of 68 after a brave fight with cancer. He leaves behind his three beautiful daughters, Anne, Bonnie, andCar- rie, as well as his two granddaugh- ters, Madilyn and Kristin. Bill grew up in Southern Cali- fornia and always had a passion for serving and protEciing his com- munity. He enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1964 and later served the Los Angeles County Sheriff's De- partment for 25 years, 13 of which were spent here on Catalina Island. He retired in 1997 but remained very active in community pro- grams through the Lion's Club and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Even when'he mov.ed off the Island to Cathedral City in 2000, he started a home security service so that he was always keeping his friends and community members safe. Deputy Burt Lyon fondly re- members working with Bill in the 1990s. "I moved to the Island as a young deputy, and hadthe privi- lege of working with and learning from Bill. One thing I'll always remember him teaching me was when he would walk downtown on patrol. He would check every busi- ness door at night to make sure it was locked and secured, going above the call of duty to protect the members of this community. It is a routine that I still practice today," Lyon said. There are many people in this town that still remember Bill as that kind of guardian to our community. Islander AI Leonhardi said, "Bill was a true protector of the people of Avalon, and always did what was right. He went above and beyond When doing his job, and always took care of the people in Avalon-- residents and visitors alike." The nine,hole golf tournament will be held on May 28, with a tee- off time of 9 a.m. You can build your own five-man team, and there will be prizes at every hole. There will also be an award ceremony, 50/50 raffle and grand prize draw- ing following the tournament at 2 p.m. at the Sand Trap Restaurant. They will also be serving a deli- cious taco bar for those who at- tend. Sign up's are located at the Catalina Island Golf Course Pro Shop or at the Lockerroom, and the fee is $25, plus a discounted green fee. 25 percent of the money raised will go to the winning team, while 75 percent will go to benefit- ing less fortunate children. Local funeral services will be held the following day, at 12:30 p.m., Sunday, May 29 at the Ava- lon Cemetery. A reception and eel- ebrtion of life will follow at the Lockerroom. CALENDAR JUNE 2 7tb Annual Taste Around of Avalon Enjoy the most scrumptious tastes of delectable food or beverages from some of Avalon's finest dining establishments. Vote for your favorite taste of food and drink as the Taste of the Year! Catalina Island Chamber of Commerce (310) 510-1520; www.CatalinaChamber.com 2-5 4th Annual Flying Fish Festival Join us for the 4th Annual Flying Fish Festival, a four day event to celebrate the return of the incomparable Catalina Flying Fish with a variety of family fun themed activities. For a full scheduleof events- and activities, please contact the Catalina Island Chamber of Commerce, {310) 510- 1520; www.CatalinaChamber.com 11 The Wild. Side Art Show and SU/e Catalina Country Club Nine nationally acclaimed plein air artists will display their interpretations of Catalina. Ticket info is available at: www.catalinac- onsenmocy.org. 6/20-8/25 Summer Day Camp 2011 All kids entering 1st grade in the Fall - 11 years of age are invited to join the 10 week camp for acts & crafts, games, singing, swimming & beach fun, field trips, hiking and na{uralist prograins. For rates & times, please call the City of Avalon Recreation Department (310) 510-1987: 6/28-8/25 Summer Beach Bingo (eaCh Tueay:& Thursday) Bring your beach chair and some friends to the South Beach Lifeguard stand ever/ Tuesday and Thursday from6:OO-7:OOpm. Bingo cards are $1 each and partici- pants can win fun local prize. For more information please call the City of Avalon Recreation Department (310) 510-1987 6p9-5/24 Kid's Fishing Derby (each Wednesday) City of Avalon Recreation Department (310) 510-1987 JULY 2 A Rare Personal Appearance and Book Commuai Announcement Signing by Pait/e Bnyd In conjunction with the =Yesterday and Today: The Beatles and Eric Clapton as Photographed by Pattie Boyd" exhibition, the Catalina Island Museum is hosting a reception and rare personal appearance of Pattie Boyd. 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