Pastor Gary Boggs of Living Waters Fellowship has been apart of the Coronado church community for many years. In his own words, “I was born and raised in a small town east of Los Angeles, Azusa, California in 1948. When I was fifteen, my folks moved the family to Escondido. I graduated from Escondido High School in 1966.”
Even though he is working in the church now, he says, “Growing up, I never had any idea that I would ever become a Pastor! In fact I was forty-eight years old when,…Continue
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The first eight days, 978 miles, 38,000 feet of climbing, 3 states, 9 hotels and two trips to the ER (only 1 for me) are done!!
Read the daily blog if you are interested in some of the fun details. I am updating it daily. I am enjoying the ride and the friendships while helping to educate people along the way with regards to Traumatic Brain Injury.
For those of you who have contributed,…
An original Paul Gauguin painting displayed at Coronado Roundtable meeting. Pictured are Vice Admiral Ed Martin and Dr. Ray Ashley, Director San Diego Maritime Museum.
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Help us celebrate Village Pizzeria's 10 Year milestone on
Tuesday, May 8!…
Jason Segel and Emily Blunt play a couple struggling to plan a wedding as their relationship is succumbing to challenges of everyday life.
Actor/writer Jason Segel teams up again with Director Nicholas Stoller in an attempt to produce more laughs and cringes like those created in “Forgetting…Continue
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Everyone is invited to join The Mayor, the council, and the Coronado Bicycle Advisory Committee for the first Mayor's Ride. We'll depart Spreckel's Park (6th & Orange corner) at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, May 12th for a trip around the Village, and the BAC will describe the new Bicycle Master Plan and the good, the bad, and the ugly about cycling in and around Coronado.
We'll head down Orange Avenue to Centennial Park and then counter-clockwise around the Village finishing…Continue
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ENSENADA, MEXICO — Associated Press - Eric Lamb was doing safety patrol on a 124-mile yacht race when he spotted a boat that appeared too close to Mexico's Coronado Islands. He never got there.
As his twin-engine boat neared the uninhabited islands just south of San Diego, he stumbled on sailboat shards that were mostly no more than six inches long strewn over about two square miles. He saw a small refrigerator, a white seat cushion and empty containers…Continue
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This past weekend the CHS Gold (Varsity) Team competed in San Francisco at the Pacific Coast Championship, placing 3rd overall.
1st: Point Loma High School
2nd: Cathedral Catholic High School
3rd: Coronado High School
4th: The Branson School
5th: Newport Harbor High…Continue
Added by Nadine Monzon on April 29, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments
The 6th annual Dinner & Auction event held at Coronado High School on Thursday April 19, “Empty Bowls”, was an incredible success!
“In 1990 a high school art teacher in Michigan helped his students solve a problem. They were searching for a way to raise funds to support a food drive. What evolved was a class project to make ceramic bowls for a fund…Continue
I live in the 300 Block of I Avenue. Twice this week, my husband's Naval Aviator sign has gone missing. It was "returned" to its proper place, only to have gone missing again last night. We are hopeful that it will come home again, but would like to know if this is an isolated incident, or if this is happening elsewhere on the Island? If so, can the signs be replaced (we are aware of the Boy Scout project and know this is unlikely)? While maybe not valuable monetary-wise, I think it's…Continue
LOS ANGELES (AP) – A yacht racing off the coasts of California and Mexico apparently collided with a much larger vessel, killing three crew members and leaving one missing, a sailing organization said early Sunday.
The Newport Ocean Sailing Association was hosting the 125-mile Newport, Calif. to Ensenada, Mexico yacht race when the collision occurred late Friday or early Saturday several miles off the coast near the border.…Continue
A naval officer from an explosive ordnance disposal command in Coronado has been killed in Afghanistan, the Department of Defense announced Friday.
Lt. Christopher Mosko, 28, of Pittsford, N.Y., was killed Thursday during combat operations in Nawa district near the Pakistani border when his vehicle struck a roadside bomb during a patrol.
Read the entire LA Times article …
Bob Balfour, President of the Coronado Historical Association presented this sign for the time capsule. There are over 730 signs that were placed where a Naval Aviator once lived (or now lives) as part of "Project Home Front". To access the complete list with names and short bios, click…Continue
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Hello Mystery Photo Hunters....
The prize this week will help get you in swimsuit shape for summer.
Coronado Island Fitness has offered a one month membership...including ALL classes! How great is that!!!
So to get this great prize all you have to do is tell me where the image is taken.
Good Luck and don't forget...have fun!!!…