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Point Loma & Shelter Island 11.9.2017

Jherie Nielsen

I grew up in Santiago, Chile up until the point when I was thirteen, when I came to San Diego. When I was eight years old, I went on a trip with my parents to visit a church that was about 5 hours away from my home and we traveled via bus. Read more>>

Jade Blanco

I grew up in Billings Montana, in a family of Hairdressers, my parents both did hair and own several succesful hair salons and a cosmetology school. When I was a little kid I saw what my dad did and just knew I wanted to do hair. Read more>>

Shelley Anderson

In September 2003, Friends of the Hervey/Point Loma Branch Library sponsored a concert in the brand-new community room just weeks after the library opened. After the concert, a group talked about the lack of opportunity to participate in choral music programs in the Point Loma area. Read more>>

Chana Davis Groh

It all started back in 1993, when I finished my curriculum early in high school. It was either graduate early (and not be with my friends!), or take more classes for fun. I had always been an artist with painting, playing the piano, and writing poetry, but I decided to take a photography class my senior year since I needed more classes. Read more>>

Kerry Blum

After graduating SDSU I was as a special education teacher while volunteering for Youth Tennis San Diego (YTSD) beginning in 1989. I then took over as the Community Development Director for YTSD, expanding the After School Tennis program to over 100 sites and received the Eve Kraft Community Service Award in 2004. Read more>>

Pauline Martinson

The organization was founded as the San Diego War Against Litter Committee (WALC) in 1954, I Love A Clean San Diego (ILACSD) has worked to improve the health and beauty of San Diego for over 63 years. In the 1970s “I Love A Clean San Diego” was the slogan for the organization’s anti-litter campaign and in 1980 it became the organization’s name. Read more>>

Jeff Grant

Jeff has been featured on HGTV, FYI Network, Lifestyles & Luxuries, CNN, and other national & local news affiliates. In 2016 he was chosen as one of San Diego’s Top 5 Brokers by the San Diego Association of Realtors, and one of SD’s Top Five Favorite Realtors by LOCALE Magazine. Read more>>

Mestre Mindinho

Mestre Mindinho (Raphael Cunha) was introduced to Capoeira at the age of 11, and he fell in love instantaneously. For years he was a devoted and serious student, committed to his studies. By the age of 17 he began teaching under the supervision of his Mestre. Read more>>

Kate Medley

When I was a young girl, my soon-to-be stepfather, Art, gave me a beautiful gift. It was a rock with a quote by Albert Einstein: “In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” Oh what a gift for an old soul like me. That rock has been MY Rock. Read more>>

Cory Pierce

My Dad got me into surfing at a young age and I started competing shortly after that. From 11 years old to 17 I competed on an international, amateur level. I was on the US National Team and got to travel to Barbados to compete in the World Amateur Surfing Championships. Read more>>

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