Surf City Highlights - Nov & Dec 2014 - Bulls on the Beach

Proud parents, teachers, community leaders and fans of the youth are inside the Grand Ballroom at the HB Hyatt Regency to raise monies for the programs and the kids, through silent and live auctions and performances by the Theatre Dept...Shown in a pictorial musical edit.
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From the bands, food and live Chicken Dancing, It's the annual celebration that on this stop included members of the Municipal Employees of the City of Huntington Beach.
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There has been a cattle drive on the beach, but the now Huntington Beach has found its way onto Professional Bull Riding – on the Beach!
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The 4th annual surf contest pits anyone 55 and older against the waves of Huntington Beach, as the Huntington Beach Council on Aging sponsored aspiring surfers as well as the die-hards who just want the South side of the Pier to themselves.
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The Huntington Beach Educational Foundation once again turned one of the biggest banquet rooms in Huntington into a huge tail gate party, complete with two large TV screens to catch the game on, and the food and hospitality from the Waterfront Beach Resort. Included here are two Pro football greats, a live auction and plenty of hot wings.
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A look at Lorena of Project Self Sufficiency and her quest to run in the Surf City 10 Marathon.
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A mix of civic, community and professional groups and organizations helped to kick off the Host Towns portion of the City of Huntington Beach’s involvement in the 2015 World Special Olympics Games, coming to Los Angeles.
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One of the most unique events ever to play in HB, the 28 Boards found themselves all under one roof…and all up for auction, as the Rotary Club of Huntington Beach culminated its one-year plus efforts into a first-time raised $100,000 to help fight against skin cancer, with partners HOAG, the International Surfing Museum and the HB Art Center.
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People from all ages dawned their spooky and fun best to be part of the annual excitement sponsored by the HB Downtown Business Improvement District ( BID).
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