The Aliso Viejo Flying Fish was feted for holding a team record of 6-0 for the 9-week season.
The City unveiled its Wall of Fame at City Hall, which permanently memorializes top citizens.
Council recognized John Grayson for his Aliso Proud essay and Girls U10 All-Star team Lights Out.
Council recognized the Aliso Proud essay winner from Wood Canyon Elementary School and the GU14 Girls Soccer Club.
Sydney Nobakht was recognized for writing the winning Aliso Proud essay from Don Juan Avila Elementary School.
The City Council recognized a newly promoted sergeant, local gymnastics club and declared the
Carmen Cave was honored for her service, and Council Members Dave Harrington and Phil Tsunoda were sworn in.
The City Council welcomed a Girl Scout Troop to lead the Pledge of Allegiance and honored a varsity cheer team and graduates of the City’s emergency preparedness program.
Mayor Donald Garcia’s August 14th State of the City breakfast
Robert and Sheila Lanier were named Aliso Viejo’s Citizens of the Year and Edda Margeson was honored as the City’s Youth of the Year during Mayor Bill Phillips’ State of the City address.