I was born and raised in San Pedro, moved to Cincinnati, Ohio. My whole life reflects the rich soil of culture, experiences & friends of 'Pedro. Spent teen years as a ballerina, I'm executive director of charitable organization for Norwood, Ohio. My husband is Robert Hoyt, drummer of White Gas band. We are blessed with 3 great adult kids & 3 grandkids.
My San Pedro hangout
Royal Palms, Pt.Fermin Park
My San Pedro secret
MSHS or SPHS
Looking back I learned the most about people and sales skills from Mr. Dolgin our business teacher.
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WILMINGTON - Nothing seems to unnerve San Pedro High softball.Not a rough beginning in the Redondo Union Tournament to start the 2017 season, a challenging previous week where the Pirates lost four of seven games, a rough start to this week in a Marine League opener at Carson, not even a tight game with defending league…See More
i wrote a story about growing up in san pedro in 1963. my brothers and i were little terrors, loose on the streets of san pedro. we ruled the alley s and parks, and no dare was left unchallenged. check out "little pirates of seaport village." by michael james ihli on amazon.com or barnes and nobleSee More
After two great individual seasons that were tied into team success... two of Mary Star High's best basketball hoopers were rewarded with a great honor from the CIF-Southern Section.Sophomore guard Joseph Octave was named to the All-CIF Division 4A boys team after helping pace the Stars to a 21-9 record and a…See More
Three full days of film screenings (100+ films from 30 countries), Film Market, Panels, Galas. And screenplay showcases, Fantastic Red Carpet Award ceremony; multicultural Fashion competitions. It is a one of the only multicultural fun event, and global cinema art mixer. Event detail is http://umfilms.org/Event.htmlSee More