Surf City Highlights - July 2013 - Face 2 Face Business Expo

The Boeing Company teams up with Discovery Science Center to produce a day long family attraction that turns unwanted soda bottles into soaring rockets into space. The idea here is, for young people to catch the bug of creating and launching their own manufactured rocket, while filling future holes in the nation’s Science and Engineering fields.
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In honor of our police, HBPD Chief of Police Kenneth Small talks about Police Appreciation Week, and an overview of his career since announcing his retirement.
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Held annually at Bella Terra, the Children’s Needs Task Force recognizes area youth in regard not only by grades and good standing, but by the strength of a young person’s character.
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3,000 ducks are poured over the HB Pier…and the race begins! The highlight captured one of the three days of the Duck A Thon event, that promises to raise huge dollars for Altameds’ Community Clinic in Huntington Beach.
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Members of the HHYC Sea Belles put on fashions from Chicos and others to make a memorable evening of modeling and high fashion all the rage at the Club.
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The HB Chamber and the City of Huntington Beach showcased some of the best businesses at Pier Plaza, as more business meet other businesses, Face 2 Face.
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A live radio feed from the famed Kentucky Derby matches up with patrons of the Therapeutic Riding Cub with their bids as to who will Win, Place or Show!
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This new fundraising effort by the BCC included partner Quicksilver and introduced BidPal, a first-ever Huntington Beach covered on video silent auction feature in Huntington Beach. It was a branding bonanza for the BCC, as the marketing really stepped up toward the goal of building the Center for Coastal Ecology.
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This new fundraising effort by the BCC included partner Quicksilver and introduced BidPal, a first-ever Huntington Beach covered on video silent auction feature in Huntington Beach. It was a branding bonanza for the BCC, as the marketing really stepped up toward the goal of building the Center for Coastal Ecology.
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