Long Beach Clubs
Members of the Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company (UCB TourCo) – one of the most acclaimed improvisation and sketch comedy troupes in the nation – will bring their specialized training and performance skills to the CSULB Theatre Arts Department on Saturday, November 8.
Cal State Long Beach senior Andrew Carnes (at left) receives the Howard H. Baker Leadership Award from Mark E. Timmes, CEO of Pi Kappa Phi, at the fraternity’s Supreme Chapter conference in Atlanta.
Andrew Carnes, a senior at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), has been honored by the Pi Kappa Phi Supreme Chapter as this year’s recipient of the Howard H.
The City of Long Beach is one of 10 cities participating in the CoolCalifornia City Challenge, a fun, innovative competition among California cities to reduce greenhouse gases and build more vibrant and sustainable communities.
The granddaddy of all inertia motor-sports – The All-American Soap Box Derby – makes its formal Long Beach racing debut, August 23/24 alongside the Queen Mary. A special track will be installed adjacent to the ship and is designed to propel young racers.
St. Anthony High School outstanding art students Nelson Lewandowski and Megan Anderson
St. Anthony High School has two outstanding art students who have been recognized in the media. Long Beach 908 Magazine honored Nelson Lewandowski for his emotional use of art as an escape and a way to balance his life, and Megan Anderson who uses art to balance her involvement with the Long Beach Junior Crew team.
Jewels, Mark “Markie” Magdaleno and Big Dee
Ocean Boulevard, between Lindero Avenue and Alamitos Avenue, will be action packed with excitement come Sunday, May 18th, for the 31st Long Beach Lesbian & Gay Pride Parade.
“Authors who develop their communication and leadership skills have more successful businesses and sell more books,” says Carma Spence, Area E2 Governor for Toastmasters International District One, and author of four books currently available on Amazon.com.
Southern California’s first gay-identified Toastmasters Club, Speak Out!, will kick-off its 10th anniversary on Saturday, June 15 at 7pm at The Long Beach Gay and Lesbian Center with a special anniversary meeting and club reunion.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Long Beach (BGCLB) are rolling out the blue carpet, and inviting the entire community to experience the magic that happens inside 3 of the 11 Clubs across the city. Joining thousands of Boys & Girls Clubs across the nation, Long Beach’s Clubs are hosting an exciting series of events, including an open house and tours open to the community, movie and open mic nights, in addition to spelling bees, relay races and physical fitness competitions – all in honor of National Boys & Girls Clubs Week.
Long Beach Gavel Club #11, one of the oldest Toastmasters clubs in the world, is celebrating its 80th Anniversary this month.
Long Beach Gavel Club #11 was chartered on March 25, 1933 and has been an active club in the area ever since, providing growth opportunities for hundreds of Long Beach residents wanting to overcome their fear of public speaking and develop communication and leadership skills useful in both their personal and professional lives.