Across the Area

Magnolia Crossing meet held

THE “MAGNOLIA CROSSING” proposal for the Tina-Pacific area is the subject of a meeting on Tuesday (Brandywine).

An effort to develop affordable apartments and for-sale townhomes is underway in Stanton’s Tina-Pacific neighborhood.

The city will hold an informational meeting for the proposed Magnolia Crossing Project on Tuesday from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the open lot on Sherrill Street and Pacific Avenue (8001 Pacific Ave.).

This meeting will introduce the team, provide an overview of the proposed community, and address any questions or concerns residents may have. Free food and drinks will be provided.

If you have any questions before the meeting, you should contact departmental assistant Luisa Gaspar at (714) 890-4237.

Local college grads sought

The City of Garden Grove is seeking names and information from Garden Grove residents who are graduating this year with an undergraduate or post-graduate academic degree from any college or university.

Graduates who submit their information will be invited to the 2022 Garden Grove College Graduates’ Reception on Thursday, June 2, from 3 to 4 p.m. The deadline to submit information is Friday, May 20, at

Hosted by Garden Grove Mayor Steve Jones and the Garden Grove City Council, the private event recognizes residents for their outstanding achievement in higher education. All graduates will receive certificates of recognition, giveaways, and the chance to win cash and prizes. Graduates will also have the opportunity to network with key businesses and organizations in the community.

The event would not be possible without the generous support of sponsors, including Phuc Long Coffee and Tea, Garden Grove Elks Lodge #1952, The Pink Door Salon, Garden Grove Shell #1, DTN.TECH, Garden Grove Police Association, Happiness is a Balloon, Signal Hill Petroleum, and Special Education Attorney, PC Tony Tai Nguyen.

Bunny Hop(s) coming Saturday

The City of Westminster is sponsoring a series of moving “spring pop-up” events in city parks on Saturday.

Termed “Bunny Hops,” the events will feature appearances by (and photos with) the Easter Bunny, as well as games, a mini-resource fair, an egg hunt and more.

The events are scheduled for:

  • Gillespie Park, 10 a.m. to noon
  • Westminster Park, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.

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