The U.S. Coast Guard-Auxiliary is set to begin a class on Sailing Skills and Seamanship on Aug. 14 in Long Beach at the police station, 5375 E. 2nd St. (corner of 2nd St. and Claremont).
The eight-week course will cover sailboat types, how a boat sails, basic sailboat maneuvering, rigging and boat handling, safety equipment, trailering, safety equipment, aids to navigation, auxiliary engines, weather, and the boat's radio, among other things.
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Another signing day ceremony for San Pedro Prep Sports for a great 2014-2015 sports year occurred on Monday as recent graduate of Port Of Los Angeles High, softball infielder Savana Ramirez, signed a letter of intent to play at Yavapai College in…Continue
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The U.S. Coast Guard-Auxiliary is set to teach Boating Skills and Seamanship starting July 7 in Los Alamitos.
Boat handling, trailering, navigation, weather, communications, aids to navigation, among other things, will be taught in the 11-week course.
The class is free, but the textbook and materials cost $40.
Many insurance companies offer discounts for successful completion of courses such as this one.
It'll be held every Tuesday…Continue
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San Pedro News Pilot 2014-2015 Prep Sports Player/Athletes Of The Year
Football: Chris Alvidrez (San Pedro).…
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The 2015 San Pedro Prep Baseball season nearly ended just like 2014... as the Port Of Los Angeles High baseball team once again shook off a rough early start and won 11 games in a row, including repeating as Crosstown League champions, all the way to…Continue
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When Rosemary Garcia began her high school career at San Pedro, everything seemed to be in place for a great four-year journey, even getting to team up with her sister Victoria in her final year as a Pirate in 2012. Once things went bad there…Continue
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Last year, it was…Continue
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The San Pedro High football team went 11-2…Continue
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Local musicians 'The DyManic Duo' create the musical backdrop to this look back at the South Bay area in the 60's & 70's. Many of these places are no longer standing, some are part of todays historic establishments. Covering 'The Beatles' song "In My Life", the duo have hit a chord with local You Tube and Facebook followers.
It was a crucial moment in a hotly-contested contest as Mary Star High softball looked to seal up an outright Camino Real League championship…Continue
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For the second time in three years, the Stars wrapped up the Camino Real League…Continue
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Curmudgeon Corner – Batteries, Refrigerator Size?
My Thoughts for May 10, 2015
Coming to your home soon—batteries as big as your refrigerator. What’s up with this? I can hardly lift my car battery and I have a terrible time remembering where I stored my triple A, double A, or my C batteries. Now Tesla has made a battery the size of my refrigerator? I should be able to find it when I need to, but I hope I don’t have to move it.
Why do I need one of these? Why do you…Continue
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It's the kind of command performance the Port Of Los Angeles High softball team has been doing since their existence as they were…Continue
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My Thoughts for May 3rd, 2015
In all my wildest dreams, I never thought Bernie would do it; run against Hillary Clinton. I love Bernie because he stands up for the middle class, the homeless, and a government of the people. He’s an independent. I love that about him, too. But he’s missing the most important thing today in American politics: MONEY.
He ran for Mayor of Burlington, Vermont several times before he won and became Mayor of Burlington in 1981. The…Continue
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