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Anaheim Hills Community Council’s 4th of July Celebration Is Big Success

Anaheim Hills’ annual 4th of July Celebration was a big success, as residents gathered for a day of festivities to mark the 246th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Nearly 1,000 people participated in the Firecracker 5K/10K that kicked off the day, followed by a community pancake breakfast, Yankee Doodle Dog Show and a Patriotic Parade with ...

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July 4 In Anaheim Hills: Firecracker 5K/10K Walk-Run & Patriotic Parade

It’s back this Independence Day: the annual Firecracker 5K/10K Walk-Run, followed by a patriotic community 4th of July parade, brought to you by the Anaheim Hills Community Council. Following is the schedule of events:   Kick off your Independence Day by participating in the Firecracker 5K/10K Run! Winners and rankings will be divided into different age groups. You can still ...

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Bystander Fatally Shot During Fight At Anaheim Cinco De Mayo Festival

From the Anaheim Police Department: Homicide detectives have arrested a 17-year-old, male, resident of Anaheim for the shooting death of an unidentified male adult at the annual Anaheim Cinco de Mayo Festival. On Sunday, May 1, 2022, just after 10 p.m., Anaheim Police Officers responded to gunshots on the north side of La Palma Park, in the City of Anaheim. ...

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Voice Of OC’s Anaheim Coverage Jumped The Shark This Week

The Voice of OC’s drumbeat of narrative-crafting about Anaheim this week has been a font of shoddy reporting extending from the Angels sale settlement agreement to Anaheim First to a councilmember replacing a hold-over commissioner with one of her own choosing. When Is A Fine, Not A Fine?  The Voice of OC’s drumbeat coverage of the Angel Stadium sale settlement ...

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New Townhome Community On Beach Blvd. Opens To Public

From the City of Anaheim: The rebuilding of Beach Boulevard is for real. At Beach and Lincoln Avenue, models for the 65-townhome Nolin community opened to the public on Saturday. The new community is part of changes coming to the long empty corner with plans also in the works for a shopping center known as 39 Commons. As you can ...

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Servite High School President Randy Adams To Retire

Servite High School President Randy Adams will retire effective June 30 this year, the school announced earlier this week, after four years leading the all-boys Catholic preparatory high school in Anaheim. “After a great deal of discussion with my family, prayer, and discernment, I have made the decision to retire as President of Servite High School at the end of the ...

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Anaheim Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Returns; Rod Carew Headlines Packed Event

  The Anaheim Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast returned last week after a COVID-19 pandemic induced hiatus. The main ballroom at the Westin Anaheim Resort was full as the Anaheim Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast returned, with former Angel and baseball great Rod Carew as the featured speaker. The event was emceed by Pastor Phil Hotsenpiller from Influence Church in Anaheim, and Orange County ...

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Anaheim Hills 4th of July Celebration Draws Record Attendance

Public response to this year’s Anaheim Hills Fourth of July Celebration is further evidence that people are anxious to be out and about after more than a year of onerous COVID-19 restrictions. After being cancelled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event came roaring back this year and attracted record numbers of people. The mixed messages emanating from ...

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The Anaheim Hills Annual Fourth of July Celebration Is Back

Anaheim Hills’ annual Fourth of July Celebration is back, with a theme of “Saluting Our Active Military & Veterans.” The 32nd annual Independence Day celebration is sponsored by the Anaheim Hill Community Council, and the all-day event kicks off at 7:00 a.m. with the Firecracker 5K/10K Run/Walk at the intersection of Santa Ana Canyon and Imperial Highway, in front of ...

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