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Trying to ease her peers’ mental health concerns, a La Jolla teenager has taken on projects at her school and hopes to continue advocating for ways to help.
Ahead of the Miracle Babies gala on Saturday, Oct. 23, two La Jolla residents are working to ensure the nonprofit continues to support mothers and their babies.
The La Jolla Light presents this continuing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet, as well as local in-person events. • The La Jolla-based Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine presents “People, Planet, Purpose: Transforming Consciousness and Creating Global Unity in Integrative Health and Medicine” starting Friday, Oct. 29, online.
Hoping to discover stronger neighborhood connections, several residents of La Jolla’s Barber Tract participated in an inaugural scavenger hunt for prizes and pleasure.
Under rays of sunshine in La Jolla Shores, a cartoon ray was unveiled and robots swam as part of a celebration of the 104th birthday of late oceanographer Walter Munk.
Seventeen crew members from the Coast Guard were seen cleaning Windansea Beach on Oct. 18, soon after reports and photos of tarballs on La Jolla beaches began surfacing more than two weeks after a broken pipeline spilled at least 25,000 gallons of crude oil off the Orange County coast.
The La Jolla Shores Association added a request for a traffic circle at the intersection of Vallecitos and La Jolla Shores Drive to its list of desired capital improvement projects.
With the 2021-22 academic year well underway, the La Jolla Town Council was schooled on the history, practices and highlights of 11 local public and private schools during its Oct. 14 virtual meeting.
The La Jolla Shores Association heard updates on separate efforts to clean up Pottery Canyon and ban gas-powered leaf blowers during an extended meeting Oct. 13 to highlight environmental concerns.
Sitting under a 105-year-old oak tree in the yard, members of the La Jolla Woman’s Club gathered Oct. 11 for their first luncheon since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold 19 months ago.
As a starting center defender in field hockey, Sabine Knott keeps the entire field in her vision.
The La Jolla Light presents this continuing series of online activities to undertake on your computer or tablet, as well as local in-person events. • The La Jolla Community Center presents “The Promises and Dangers of Early Multi-Cancer Screening Tests: Are We Ready?”