Newspaper Archive of
The Catalina Islander
Avalon, California
September 22, 2017     The Catalina Islander
PAGE 3     (3 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 22, 2017

Newspaper Archive of The Catalina Islander produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

rea esta e September 22, 2017 Young Anglers Isabella Ramirez, Ashton Bray, Leonardo Perico, Brandon Moreno, Dulce Campos, Brielle Hernandez, Tristan Meza, and Westley Brandon. Courtesy photos Club holds first event at the Green Pier BY DAVID HART Being surrounded by water and home to the Tuna Club, which is the home to the modern day sports fishing, the City of Avalon's Community Service Deparment created the first Avalon Youth Fishing Club. The AYFC is a four-week pro- gram that teaches youth the sport of fishing as well as the respect for the water and the wildlife that we take from. In the first week, Sunday Sept. ~ 17,.the five members met at the Green Pier where they learned the anatomy of the pole, safety precautions, how to bait the hook and got to drop their lines and catch fish. There was peer to peer teach- David Montana helping two young anglers bait their lines. ing by local 16 year old angler Over the next weeks, the mem- David Montana, and Salty Crew bers will be fishing at the mole, sponsored 10-year-old anglers casting atPebbly Beach and fish- West Brandon and Tristan Meza. ing off a boat. director hired Frank Galea brings 30 years of experience to director position BY LAURA MECOY vation plans and human/wildlife contact. His past projects included surveying for mountain goats in Alaska and mitigating threats to endangered species. As a member of the Del Norte County Fish and Game The Catalina Island Commission, Galea advised a Conservancy recently announced county Board of Supervisors on the appointment of a new direc- drafting state legislation regard- tar of conservation, Frank Galea, ing fish and game issues. who has 30 years of conservation He also worked with Redwood experience as a wildlife biologist Sciences Laboratory to study, in Northern California. track and use location mapping In his new position, Galea will in the recovery efforts for the supervise the Conservancy's con- Northern Spotted owl. servation staff and programs to Additionally, he worked for the help the nonprofit organization U.S. Forest Service to relocate elk fulfill its mission of protecting from private to public properties. and restoring Catalina Island. ,, He has completed 21 specialized "We are extremely pleased totraining certifications in his field have Frank join our team," said and has hired and trained staff on Tony Budrovich, Conservancy wildlife protection and conserva- president and CEO. tion programs. "His extensive background Galea grew up in Orange in biological consulting and his County and said he first visit- demonstrated expertise in con- ed the Island as a teen. He still servation will help ensure the remembers how excited he was Conservancy continues to restore to take his first tour of the wild- and protect the Island's natural lands. habitats and species." Since then, he has flown, Galea founded Galea Wildlifesailed and boated to Catalina, all Consulting in 1989 to advise a with friends and family to enjoy wide variety of companies, tribes the Island. and landowners. "I am .very excited to have He is a Certified Wildlife the opportunity to work with Biologist® and an expert in habi- the Conservancy," Galea said. "I was very attracted to the tat assessments, habitat conser- Conservancy's mission of being Frank Galea, Director. the new Catalina Island Conservancy a responsible steward of its lands" through a balance of conserva- tion, education and recreation. I believe my experience managing a very broad spectrum of conser- vation and wildlife management issues gives me the skills to make a significant contribution to help- ing the Conservancy fulfill its mission." Galea has 30 years of conser- vation experience and holds a bachelor's degree in zoology, as well as a master's degree in natu- ral resources and wildlife man- agement. Galea plans to live on Catalina with his family. For additional information, please visR www.catalinaconser- 360 Clemente B43 $400,000 64 Avalon Terrace - $510,000 HC Villa 2-37 - $535,000 27 Cabdllo - $589,000 HC Villa 13-43 - $1,000,000 Bahin Vaista C-48 - S429,000 341 Eucalyptus- S610,000 318 Descanso $574,000 232 Claressa • $725,000 HC Villa 1-72- $599,000 HC Villa 2-33 - $599,000 318 Whittley #6 - $725,01i0 HC Villa 2-26 - $579,000 208 Catalba St. - S849,000 ! I Crescent - $2,200,000 HC Villa 18-64 - $1,000,000 8 Canyon Terrace - $569,000 320 Des=m- $699~000 HC Villa 5-7- $599,000 344 Clarissa - $699,000 24 Cabnlla Dr. - $560,000 HC Villa 9-60 - $530,000 113 Vieudelou $780,000 HC Villa 8-96 - $855,000 HC Villa 1-77 - $549,000 Villa !-76 ! B0, 1 BA 804 SF +/- Sunny end-unit with unobstructed ocean views, open floor plan and fireplace. Comes furnished with golf cart and a vacation rental permit with u strong rental history $520,00 V la 2-29 I BD, 2 BA 830 SF +/- 2 story unit with recent upgrades. Impeccable ocean views. Tastefully furnished. Has a vacation rental permit and a new golf cart. $530,000 Villa 6-1 2 BD, 2 BA 1,600 SF +/- Spacious end unit with many upgrades. French doors to stunning ocean view balcony. Fireplace. Sold tastefully furnished. Vacation rental permJt. $699,000 HAMILTON COVE AMENITIES: • Pool & Spa • Health Club • 18-hole Putting Green • Tennis Courts • Croquet Court • Sand Volleyball Court • Beach Area with built in Barbecues and Picnic Tables. Adam Thoricht REALTOR® ~~; CA BRE License ~~ #01965614 We are looking for Full or Part lime experienced real estate agents with a history of self-starting and a record of listings and sales. Contact Earl Schrader, Broker at: (310) 5 ! 0- ! 81 ! or THE CATALINA ISLANDER Friday, Sept. 22, 2017 i 3