May 13, 2016; For Immediate Release
Contact Maile D’Arcy, Board President, Friends of the Powerhouse
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DEL MAR — Dive into a great evening of dining and dancing at the annual Del Mar Lifeguard Dance on June 25, 2016 from 5-10 pm. The family-friendly, beach-casual extravaganza takes place at the Powerhouse Community Center, 1658 Coast Blvd., Del Mar, 92014.
The Lifeguard Dance is presented by the Friends of the Powerhouse (FOP), which supports the multifaceted programs and services provided to the public by City of Del Mar Lifeguards. Tickets can be purchased on the organization’s website for $40 each; or, on a space-available basis, at the door for $50 each. (more…)
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Del Mar, CA … On March 8, 2016, the Navy Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) Surf Clinic formally thanked the Del Mar City Council, Del Mar Lifeguards and Friends of the Powerhouse for supporting its therapy program for injured service people. The Thursday clinics are held at the Lifeguard Station area of the Del Mar beach.
Speaking on behalf of NMCSD, Bob Burke said, “We sincerely appreciate the long-term assistance the Del Mar Lifeguards have provided. Led by the amazing Chief Lifeguard Pat Vergne, the lifeguards have helped in every way imaginable: safety, setup, equipment, as well as being warm and welcoming to patients and volunteers for over five years.”
The clinic serves a group of injured servicemen, servicewomen, and their families year-round; providing surf instruction, coaching, paddling, boogie boarding, swimming and kayaking. The group includes newly injured, ongoing rehab patients, and returning/integrating service people who can take advantage of the equipment, coaching and camaraderie. The Balboa Warrior. Athlete Program is a therapeutic program designed to restore, remediate, and rehabilitate injured, ill, or wounded service members’ level of function and independence in life. The clinic is run by volunteers from the community. (more…)
By Bianca Kaplanek, The Coast News
DEL MAR — Beachgoers and visitors to Powerhouse Community Center will soon have a cleaner place to clean up after council members at the Jan. 19 meeting awarded a construction contract to rehabilitate the public restrooms at the oceanfront facility.
The Richards Group’s $132,160 proposal was the lower of two bids submitted when the project was advertised late last year.
Norse Corporation submitted a bid for $175,000. Contracting laws allow the city to award the contract to the lowest responsive bidder, which in this case is The Richards Group.
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