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time capsule lo YEARS AGO, NOV. 2001 Researched by Chuck Liddell Cam[ileal by Jennifer Leonhardi News A private plane crashed in the water shortly after leaving the airport. None of the three were hurt. Ashley Kennedy qualified for the CIF State Championship. Placed 22 out of 120 cross country runners. More than 600 athletes in the "Catalina Island Triathlon." Drivers were warned that the bikers in the Catalinal: Triathlon would be going against the traffic because of the construction o Wrigley Road. :! People aboard boats, 3,552; ves- sels moored, 888; vessels anchored, 149. Cruise ship count, 14,751 ("Ecstasy," 9,036; "Viking Serenade," 5,715). Average Temperature: High, 64 degrees; Low, 53 degrees; Water, 65 degrees. Rain, 2.22 inches. "Shop at Home Night" changed its name to "Shop in Avalon." Avalon raised $15,000 to send to New York City because of the terrorist attack on 9/11. Scientists released 1,100 white seabass, 16-18 inches, in Two Harbors through the Cata- lina Seabass Fund and Sea World Research. At that time, 30,000 seabass had been released since 1995. There were plans to release 12,000 more seabass in t the next couple of months. Fake Ad: "Left Over Halloween Candy Cookbook." Assemblymman Alan Lowen- thal presented a 12-page booklet, "Santa Catalina Island." Lowenthal and Was given an award for getting the $500,000 grant to study Avalon Bay water. Nov. 27, the first north-east storm of the season. 25 knot winds, 3 foot swells. Dave Moonan, CIRS chef, won the 2001 "Take the Moolah and Hula" contest by Kik- koman Teriyaki Sauce for "Ultimate Onion Rings" and "Shanghai Chicken Sand- wich." Doctors at the Avalon Hospital were putting to rest the fears of anthrax being introduced to the Island because of the 9/11 New York attack. .. FEATURED PROPERTY ... 351 Catalina- 6 Bedrooms, 6 Baths. Spanish Style on the Flats. Large Lot. Well Maintained! 5995,000 Announcements Enrique and Santa Dominguez moved to Buffalo, New York. Frederick Herbert Schwartz (May 16, 1904-October 2001). Ruth Harwood (Dec. 12, 1921- Oct. 23, 2001). Ezra Smith (November 1918- 2001). Adella Caer Eber ( 1927-2001). Entertainment The Museum's "Islanders' Night" focused on the part that Cata- lina played in World War II. 16th Annual "Plein Air Painters Exhibition And Sale." Mu- seum had an exhibit, "Catali- na's Living Tradition: The Art of Plein Air Painting." "Isthmus Lobster Feast Cruise," Two Harbors. "Island Trivia Game Contest" was a column sponsored by the Museum in the Catalina Islander. "Quilting Class" conducted by Donna Denning and "Fair- . view Terrace." Business The S. S. Catalina Preservation Association had a raffle to raise money to save the S. S. Catalina. The hospital staffconducted a bioterrorist disaster drill." "Antonio's Cabaret-Catalina Thanksgiving." "Avalon Christian School," at the "Bible Church," 346 Catalina St., had 26 students. "Catalina Canyon Grill," 888 Country Club Dr., opened daily, 7 a.m.-1 p.m., week- ends, 5-9 p.m. The Catalina Gun Club, Bird Park Canyon Range, held its an- nual Turkey Shoot. "Family Volunteer Day," Catalina Island Conseryancy. Bob Farrow, "Catalina Realtors," Sumner. "Now and Then" sold collectibles at "The Landing." "Tiffany's Of Catalina," archway, "The Landing" "Veterinary Center," new mobile facility, "Isthmus." Karen Hartley was PTA president. Real Estate Mooring #49, $175,000. I I0 Hill, $950,000. Ran and Go Gabriel, 316 Eucal- pytus. SENIOR OF THE WEEK Joseph Martin Talsky Class of 2001 MEDICAL CENTER REACHES OUT WITH SURVEY Catalina Island Medical Cen- ter wants to know what the com- munity thinks. For the last several months, the Medical Center has been working with HealthStream Research to document patients' experiences and perceptions about their care at the facility. "We need to be able to measure our patients' feelings about the medical center in a quantifiable way," said hospital CEO Bryan Ballard. "That way we can iden- tify the areas where we need to improve and make the changes our patients want." HealthStream is a w-ell-respect- ed company that works with health- care facilities arotmd the country to identify and subsequently im- prove - patient experiences. They will be calling a representative sample of patients from the Medi- emergency department as well as the ancillary services such as labo- ratory and medical imaging. "Not everyone receives a call, but we would really appreciate it if those who do would take the time to share their thoughts about their experience," Ballard said. The HealthStream survey takes about five to 10 minutes and can be conducted in either English or Spanish depending on the patient's preference. Patients will be asked to rate their experiences on a scale in a number of different categories, such as appointment availability, doctor's knowledge of their health history and facility cleanliness. HealtbStream and its employ- ees will not have any information about the patient's medical condi- tion or treatment. "The survey tak- er will not be able to answer ques- "Patients should call the medical center if they need to know more about their specific treatment plan." While the information collect- ed by the surveys will be used to improve patient care, information about specific patients will not be released. "HealthStream and its employees are very sensitive to patient confidentiality and will al- ways keep patient privacy a prior- ity," Ballard said. Survey phone calls will be ini- tiated from Health.Stream, not the medical center. Patients who are called will see "HealthStream Re- search" on their Caller ID. 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