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PEGGY MEIER REAL ESTATE 310-510-2980, Fax: 3zo-sao- gaa e-mail: peggymei~pehannel.eom Web page." htllrJ/www.PeggyMeier.com .-- e-mail us at,: --- oat,islander@ iep hannel.oom Club raises funds "Under the From left, Catalina Island Yacht Club Commodore Steve Askew, Sgt. Bob Craton and event organizers Alex Sullivan, the president of the yacht club's Women's Auxiliary. On Saturday, Aug. 26, the bers and guests attended the raised thousands of dollars for Catalina Island Yacht Club gath- fund raiser, which was held at local scholarships, Avalon ered in force "Under the Big the club's facility. Municipal Hospital and other Top" to support several Avalon "I think it went great," Sulli- charities to be designated later charities, van said. "We really like to be in the year. Featuring carnival games, able to support the local com- In addition to the money silent and live auctions and food munity." raised, dozens of stuffed ani- catered by various Island restau- Sullivan, who is president of mals were donated to the Aval- rants, the event was a rousing the yacht club's Women's Aux- on Sheriff's Station, PLAY success, according to organizer iliary, organized dozens of vol- Preschool, Kid Ventures and the Alex Sullivan. unteers to create the evening, Avalon Schools Special Educa- About 150 yacht club mem- which had a circus theme. It tion Department. on n; The Avalon-based sailing ship while her captains, Don and Ann show slated to air on the Food Alethea will be the base for one of Poyas, set sail on a fun filled Network Channel in January. six outdoor locations highlighted afternoon along the Island's lee- The Alethea is a nostalgic, all on the upcoming one-hour special ward coast, wood, red sailing yacht. When not entitled"Campfire Grill." Alethea was featured in a on national television, the boat The show is scheduled to air recent Tommy Hilfiger Sports- and her crew cater to vacationers' on the Food Network Channel wear video filmed in the waters .appetites for nautical fun and (channel 43 in Avalon) Saturday, off Catalina in July. romance. The Poyas are thrilled to Sept. 2, at 2 p.m. Most recently, the Food Net- add the film industry to their list The show features world class work series "Ultimate Kitchens" of sailing guests. chefs Tori Ritchie and Joey Alt- chose Ann, her inventive cooking For more information on Sec- man who cook up a host of island style and her outstanding galley ond Wind Charters, contact cap- delights on board the Alethea, for their fourth season premier tains Don or Ann at 510-1802. School---district debates use of funds From page one school classrooms. Phase two will be the kitchen Assistant Facilities Director and administration building, Jim Poper then took over to which must be completed during describe the modernization pro- summer break, and perhaps the cess, which follows a fixed for- interior of the library. mula adhered to by all state Phase three is the auditorium, schools in California. It is a building B classrooms and the phased project here, taking exterior of the library. between 18 and 24 months to Avalon School faculty mem- complete. The district is hoping it ber Wayne Herbst then intro- will be 18 rather than 24. duced three spokespersons repre- Phase one involves setting up senting community concerns: interim housing for student class- Dave Montgomery, Dave Creigh rooms, a sort of mini campus and Audra McDonald. Each using a portion of the Field of emphasized areas of concern Dreams. This will permit work to raised at a meeting the preceding begin on building A, the high day. Various suggestions for +(310)510-1000 + DAVE THOMPSON CONSTRUCTION Interior/Exterior Remodeling KITCHEN & BATH SPECIALISTS + COUNTERTOPS TILE CABINETS CUSTOM WOODWORKING k)nded & Insured BOX 2737 ST. UC.#584619 AVALON, CA 90704 addressing them were discussed at length. During the discussion and audience participation, it became clear that modernization of the existing buildings was not what the community had hoped for. But the issue of constructing new facilities is dealt with from a sep- arate pocket of state funding, beginning with establishing eligi- bility based on projected growth of enrollment. Establishing eligi- bility is just the first step in the process. In the forty years Avalon School has operated, enrollment has grown from 450 in the first thirty, years, to 744 in 1999- 2000. It is reasonable to expect the growth will continue, given the planned new construction of the city. However, Avalon is but one school in the district, and the dis- trict but one of many in the state. It appears patience is required. Meanwhile, modernizing the existing facility will certainly improve the quality of life for teachers, staff, students and par- ents.