Congratulations to the following 10 Aliso Niguel High School graduates who each received $1,500 scholarships from the Aliso Viejo Community Foundation. Tiffany Sheeler Arman, Daniel Chiu, Allison Cruz, Alexis Emig, Joelle Engler, Jenna Fields, Lauren Firks, Jacob Pace, Tiffany Tran and Ryan Wisner were recognized by the Aliso Viejo City Council for their outstanding efforts.
The City’s 2016 Community Health, Safety and Resource Fair on Saturday, June 11 at Iglesia Park featured a host of nonprofit organizations offering resources and free screenings, including dental, cholesterol and blood pressure.
Hundreds of community members seized the opportunity to safely dispose of personal documents and financial records without fear of identity theft during the City’s 7th annual Document Shredding and E-waste event at Soka University. During the May 14 event, more than 11 tons of paper was shred and recycled. Area residents also recycled 7,973 pounds […]
Premier Aquatic Services, the City of Aliso Viejo, Orange County Fire Authority and Safer 3 Foundation teamed up to host the 2nd annual Water Safety May 21 at the Aliso Viejo Aquatic Center. The event was designed to educate residents about drowning prevention.
The City Council recognized Eagle Scout Blake Engleman for earning the prestigious boy scouting rank. Read more about Blake here. Elisa Koenig was also feted for being Teacher of the Year of Don Juan Avila Elementary School. Elisa teaches 2nd and 3rd grades. Read more about her here. The City Council meets at 7 p.m. […]
The City Council recognized the winners of the Community Photo Contest – Saul Panduro, Carrie Mancinelli and Stacey Alynn – for their outstanding images. Deputy Denise French was also feted by Lisa Gray of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), Lt. John MacPherson and Mayor Mike Munzing for making 31 DUI arrests in 2015. During the […]
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The City of Aliso Viejo hosted its 10th annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner at the Aliso Viejo Center April 27, recognizing individuals and groups for their dedicated service to the community. In addition to honoring volunteers who support Aliso Viejo Police Services and the Boys & Girls Club, certificates of recognition were given to members of […]
Mayor Mike Munzing recognized 2016 Aliso Viejo Teachers of the Year Laura Mannina (Don Juan Avila Middle School); Kathy Kirtz (Wood Canyon); Johanna Heavlin-Martinez (Aliso Viejo Middle School); and Leanne Higgins (Oak Grove Elementary). Brownie Troop 3388 led the Pledge of Allegiance.
About 100 people enjoyed a fun mini-camping experience during the City’s annual Twilight Camp on Saturday, April 16. See more video and photos at https://www.facebook.com/CityOfAlisoViejo.