SO YOU THINK YOU CAN SING?
Diane Alexander, critically acclaimed Opera and Broadway star and local resident, is now offering voice lessons in Coronado.
A bit about…Continue
Coronado’s own Candy Cane Lane, located in a quiet cul-de-sac at the end of Country Club Lane (600 block), has been a Christmas tradition since the early 1960s. Each December, residents in the neighborhood adorn their lawns with large painted plywood decorations to create an exquisite Christmas display down the whole block. Though participation is not exactly a requirement of residency in the area, most people go all out with decorations and enjoy being part of this…Continue
During the holidays especially, it's important to remember that not everyone is able to provide what their family deserves. Help children and families in need by donating toys or canned food this holiday season, and remember - every little bit helps.
Here are a few places in Coronado that are accepting donations this month:
1. Teen Korps USA, Feeding America and Starbucks Food Drive
Coronado High School (CHS) students and faculty, members of Coronado Schools Foundation (CSF), and the public gathered today in CHS's quad to reveal the long-awaited donor recognition mosaic project, "River of Giving".
The mosaic sculpture was designed and created by the students of Coronado High's art department, and was facilitated by mosaicist Kirstin Green, art teacher Laura Hill, and ceramics teacher Eric Rempe. The project was approved by the CSF Board in 2010, and was…Continue