The City Council in May recognized residents Medal of Valor honorees Sgt. John Carpenter, Deputy Chris Ledbetter and Robert Lanier.
Tons of folks from Aliso Viejo and beyond celebrated the City’s heritage during its Founder’s Day Fair on Sept. 29, 2007.
Nearly 20 people gathered in April to walk with Mayor Bill Phillips, as part of a new program to encourage walkability in Aliso Viejo
Police Services teamed up with Safe Kids Coalition of Orange County to host a car seat event. The event attracted more than 70 people who learned how to properly install child car seats.
The City honored 40 volunteers on April 30 for their contributions to Aliso Viejo during its Volunteer Appreciation Dinner at On the Border.
City officials from Aliso Viejo and beyond gathered in April to celebrate the groundbreaking of a new Boys and Girls Club teen center.
The City Council on June 18 honored the 21 members of the academy for completing the 9-week academy and for their commitment to the community.
Rachel Panteleon has been selected to be a part of Boys and Girls Clubs of America’s 2008 National Fine Arts Exhibit for her Rainy Day in Multicolored art work.
On April 15, Pacific Life Insurance Company celebrated the grand opening of its 9-story building in town.
Several people gathered for AVCA’s annual July 4th celebration at Grand Park. The vivid, patriotic event included an evening of fun for folks of all ages.