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REAL E STATE The following information was culled from Catalina Islander archives in the Catalina Island Museum: News Residents expressed concern about the safety of the Catalina Is- land Conservancy hunting fe- ral pigs in the city of Avalon. Mary Salisbury retired from the Avalon Harbor Department after over 20 years of service. In order to try to preserve the only 200 remaining Santa Catalina Island Fox, they were being vaccinated, pups were being bred in exclosures, and the foxes are being tracked with special radio equipme'nt Red Cross blood drive put on in the "Riviera Room," by the Women's Forum. Avalon Fire Chief Jack Goslin had a retirement party. He and his wife, Pat, will be moving to Oceanside. An 8-foot Admiral One Rocket took off from Two Harbors on April 28 as part of the resort's yearly celebration. Catalina Classic Cruises, "Cata- lina Red and White," bought out Catalina Cruises in hope of providing service from San Pedro to Avalon and provide charters to the camps. They purchased the Catalina King and refurbished the Catalina Countess. The 24th Annual Memorial Torch Relay was put on by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's De- partment. Twenty thousand juvenile white seabass we m added to the al- ready 2,500 small and 50 adult white seabass being raised by the Catalina Seabass Fund. The Ecstasy, a 2,400-passen- ger cruise ship, replaced the 1,800-passenger Holiday on the Tuesday .visits. The 1,800-passenger Viking Ser- enade will now visit Catalina on Thursdays instead of their usual Wednesdays. The wooden Beacon Street bridged is being replaced by a concrete one. Fake Ad--"Reality T. V. comes to Catalina." The 2nd Annual Museum Island Quiz was won by the Island Scholars: Devon Bray, Sarah paradisi, and Jade Claggett. The winning team was coached by Karen Hall and Jeannine Pedersen. The Annual Just For Kids, Just for the Halibut Tournament raised approximately $7,000 for lo- cal youth programs. Announcements Madelaine Knisbell, born to Josh and Beth Knisbell, April 25, 2001. Business "Alcoholics Anonymous," 230 Metropole. "Catalina Airbrush Designs," El Encanto, top level. "Catalina Outrigger Club." "Catalina Seniors." "Catalina Trading, Co.," 111 Sum- ' ner. "Jet Cat Express" was launched. "Old Tyme Attic and Porch Sale," put on by "Catalina Seniors," at the "Interpretive Center." The second annual Art Created On The Island event was held at E1 Encanto in the Market Place Courtyard. Bud Avery was president of "Cata- lina Seniors." Kris Cranton was president of the Parent Tearher Association. Doreen Macktal was director of nurses. Obituaries Winifred Wills Riser (1924-April, 2001). Muriel Virginia Montrose Dow (May 27, 1906-April 30, 2001). Real Estate 354 Clarissa, $379,000. Eva Wang, 229 Metropole. Entertainment The fifth annual high school After Prom Party took place. "Community Heritage Hour," hosted by Stacey Otte and Chuck Liddell, was broadcast on local radio station KISL. Sponsored by the Catalina Is- land Museum. "Women's Club Fashion Show." "Family Day" at the Museum. "Cinco De Mayo," put on at the Descanso Beach Club by the Avalon School. Mother's DayBrunch was held at the Catalina C untry Club. Boating In April, those coming on private boats: 455; moored, 1,138; anchored, 125; aboard cruise ships, 13,489. Mooring for sale, 40 feet, Wll, $91,500. Radiance Of The Sea, cruise ship. Average April Temperature: High, 59 degrees; low, 49 degrees; water, 62 degrees. April rains, 1.51 inches. "Men's Summer. Basketball League." JOSE PEDROZA QUALIFIES FOR C.I.F. INDIVIDUAL FINALS BY COACH' HALL dustry Hills Golf Club, on Mon- island community! You are an in- Jose Pedroza is at it again, ac- complishing another first ever in Avalon High School Golf His- tory. In 2009 as a sophomore, Jose gained All League Honors in the competitive Moore League, a first ever accomplishment for an Ava- lon High School golfer. This year he qualified to play in the C.I.F. Southern Regionals, held at Sky- links Golf Course, in Long Beach on Monday, May 16 with team- mates Jesus Pedroza and Gabe' Hernandez. These are the first Avalon High School golfers ever to qualify for C1F individuals. Jesus and Gabe did not make the cut from 90 players to 30, but they did represent their school and community in fine fashion and should feel very proud about their outstanding accomplishments and play. Jose did make the cut and therefore qualified to play in the day, May 23. Jose shot a 79 and finished in 37th place out of 90 golfers. What an achievement for a polite young kid from a small spiration to all of us and we wish you the best of luck in your future endeavors. 1 . Sell, S Sp SiI. Large . 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