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October 23, 2017 - 3:58pm
 

Community Events

There are people in this world who can take pieces of fabric and make magic. The result is a quilt that is not only beautiful, but functional.
At the 2017 OC Fair, the winner of her division and Best in Show for quilting is Cypress resident Jane Koeberle. She was shocked to learn she had won the big prize.
“This is the first time I’ve entered a contest,” said Koeberle. “I couldn’t believe it when my friend told me I won. She saw the ribbons when she went to the fair.”

The family of Jackson Chavez, 26, will have a paddle out to honor his memory and spread his ashes on Saturday Aug. 19 at 10:30 a.m. in Seal Beach with a barbeque afterwards at Clancys.

The family of Jackson Chavez, 26, will have a paddle out to honor his memory and spread his ashes on Saturday Aug. 19 at 10:30 a.m. in Seal Beach with a barbeque afterwards at Clancys.

Jackson was murdered at Cherry Creek State Park in Colorado on Aug. 13.

Services for the Los Alamitos native will be held the following day on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at 360 State University Dr. in Long Beach.

Jackson leaves behind his parents Jesse and Julie Chavez and his twin brother and sister Samuel and Taylor Chavez.

Unique flavors boost a growing local food scene

Many in the Los Alamitos community are excited to see local restaurant options continue to expand. From sweet dessert spots to savory sandwich shops, new establishments breathe fresh life into the Los Al food scene.
With its soft opening a little more than a week ago, dessert shop A La Waffle is already taking the Los Al community by storm.