Spindle withdraws from the House – ORANGE COUNTY TRIBUNE

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CINDY BROOCH retired from her position as president and CEO of the Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce (chamber photo).

Cindy Spindle retired June 30 from her role as CEO/President of the Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce after eight and a half years of service.

“A big thank you to my assistant, Sunny Ruvalcaba-Medel, who is the sweetest person to work with,” she said.

“Our Chamber is the best in Orange County thanks to our Board of Directors who devote many hours to the business community. The City of Garden Grove staff have been wonderful to work with to help make Garden Grove the best place to live, work and play.

“I will miss you all, but I treasure the many friendships I have made and look forward to the next chapter of my life as my husband, Paul, and I travel in our motorhome over the past two coming months.”

WSD Receives Another Honor

The Westminster School District was recently recognized as a California Pivotal Practice Award Program. CAPP districts are honored for implementing “innovative practice” during the school year.

In addition, 13 WSD schools were honored: Anderson, Clegg, DeMille, Eastwood, Fryberger, Stacey. Johnson, Meairs, Schmitt, Schroeder, Sequoia, Webber and Willmore.

The WSD is a K-8 district serving most of Westminster and parts of the surrounding communities.

Stanton Leisure Scholarships

Recreational Activities Scholarships are now available for those who need financial assistance for paid courses and programs run by the City of Stanton.

For more information on qualifications and to apply, visit StantonCA.gov/EveryonePlays or call (714) 890-4270.

Donations to fund this program came from Frontier Real Estate Investments, W Power, Townsend Public Affairs, Culture Stanton Store and Catalyst Cannabis.

Be safe on this bike in HB

The Huntington Beach Police Department will be hosting a free “Bike Rodeo” on Tuesday, July 12 from 5-7 p.m. at the Jax Bicycle Center, 410 Main St. in Huntington Beach.

Bring your bikes and learn about the safety of cyclists and pedestrians. There will be an obstacle course, coloring books, and free helmets and safety gear for the kids.

Honors and degrees for local students

Colleges and universities have honored these local students with degrees and academic recognition. These are for those in Garden Grove, Huntington Beach, Stanton and Westminster.

University of Utah Spring 2022 Dean’s List

  • Emilee Joyce Carter of Huntington Beach
  • Ainsley E. Lane (Huntington Beach)
  • Elizabeth M. Stickley (Huntington Beach)
  • Elizabeth Emma Saccacio (Huntington Beach)
  • Kimberly Ashlynn Willingham (Huntington Beach)
  • Ryan Long Na (Westminster)
  • Lauren Nicole Hanscom (Huntington Beach)
  • Timothy Withers (Huntington Beach)
  • Kirstin Noelani Sallström (Huntington Beach)
  • Allison Barry (Huntington Beach)
  • William Steven Campregher (Huntington Beach)
  • Austin James Pariseau (Huntington Beach)
  • Alexandra Marie Faubert (Huntington Beach)
  • Adon Elijah Yoder (Garden Grove)
  • Natalee Ann Patterson (Garden Grove)
  • Portia Diavolina Roberts (Huntington Beach)
  • Emilee Joyce Carter (Huntington Beach).

Hamilton College (NY) Spring 2022 Dean’s List

  • Ngoc Le (Huntington Beach).

University of Tennessee Spring 2022 Dean’s List

  • Connor McMahan (Huntington Beach)

Bryant University (RI) 2022 Spring Dean’s List

  • Ella Davison (Huntington Beach)

Hollins University (Va.) Spring 2022 Dean’s List

  • Chloe Riederich (Huntington Beach)

Siena College (NY) 2022 Spring 2022 Dean’s List

  • Danie Ghanem (Huntington Beach)
  • Kaitlyn Govea (Garden Grove)

Milwaukee School of Engineering Spring 2022 Dean’s List

  • Madisen Penna (Huntington Beach)

Graduates of William James College (Massachusetts)

  • Dana Borkum (Huntington Beach) with the Doctor of Clinical Psychology.

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