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June 25, 2016

I just got back from the Royal Oak Pool where the Irvine Swim League's (ISL) Oak Creek Orcas faced off against the Deerfield Bluefins and the Park Paseo Northstars.

Dozens of youth athletes in the pool were cheered on by parents, neighbors, siblings, and friends. 

Ancien...

June 20, 2016

Irvine has incredible ties to the Olympics and a remarkable history of supporting athletics.

In the piazza at Irvine City Hall, visitors can find tiles recognizing Irvine residents and students who have represented our country, and indirectly our city in the Olympic Gam...

June 16, 2016

Earlier this week, the Board of Directors of the Irvine Children's Fund unanimously re-elected Irvine Planning Commission Chairman Anthony Kuo to serve a second term as an Honorary Board Member.

In addition to Kuo, the Board also named the following individuals to serve...

June 10, 2016

Growing up in Irvine, I attended Alderwood Basics Plus School(when it was on the north side of Woodbridge), Lakeside Middle School, Woodbridge High School during my freshman year, and graduated from University High School.

I couldn't be more grateful for the top notch e...

June 3, 2016

 

During World War I, the Salvation Army served soldiers donuts. And, in 1938, the Salvation Army held its first "National Donut Day" as a way to raise money for the needy during the Great Depression.

Today, we have dozens (yes, pun intended) of establishments throughout...

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