The City Council on August 5 recognized two Aliso Viejo Girls Softball teams that clinched two Southern California tournament titles this summer. The 10U division, AV Elite, took home the championship title in the 2015 San Clemente All-Star Memorial Tournament. The team went on to qualify for both state and western national championships. The […]
The City Council recognized outgoing Aliso Niguel High School Principal Chris Carter; the St. Mary’s School Maths Quest Team; and the 10 Aliso Niguel High School senior recipients of the Aliso Viejo Community Foundation’s scholarship awards. Boy Scout Troops 700 and 872 led the Pledge of Allegiance.
The City Council recognized Stacy Vallejos, Don Juan Avila Elementary School’s Teacher of the Year and proclaimed its participation in Orange County Fire Authority’s Drowning Prevention Campaign.
The City Council on May 6 recognized Don Juan Avila Middle School Teacher of the Year Becky Friedland and Deputy Rafiq Nabi for his efforts to keep drunk drivers off our streets.
Congratulations to Canyon Vista Elementary School Teacher of the Year Julie Robertson. The City appreciates the work this 25-year teaching veteran does with Aliso Viejo kids.
The Aliso Niguel Girls Varsity Volleyball Team won the CIF-Southern Section Division 1A Championship against Santiago/Corona.
The Aliso Viejo Girls Softball Rebels and American Girls were honored for their outstanding wins.
Carmen Cave was honored for her service and Council Members Dave Harrington and Phil Tsunoda were sworn in.
The City Council recognized retiring City Clerk Susan Ramos for her 6 years of service.
The Aliso Viejo Flying Fish was feted for holding a team record of 6-0 for the 9-week season.