'Wonders Never Cease' exhibit opens, Mission Beach Park clean up and other briefs
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“Large Wonder,” paper weaving collage, by Lenore Tolegian Hughes
“Large Wonder,” paper weaving collage, by Lenore Tolegian Hughes
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“WONDERS NEVER CEASE” EXHIBITION OPEN TO THE PUBLIC



In her art exhibition “Wonders Never Cease,” Lenore Tolegian Hughes takes viewers on a journey that equates wonder with life, featuring paper weaving collages that combine secular and divine images into icons of a thought-provoking new reality. The exhibit opens at the beginning of Holy Week, during which believers are called to be at one with the passion of Jesus culminating in his resurrection on Easter Sunday. Her work engages the viewer in a pilgrimage to discover new and deeper revelations about life.

Hughes’ paintings, collages, and installations are on exhibit from April 13 to May, 20 in the St. James Gallery by-the-Sea. Hughes will be present at the gallery during Holy Week. 
  • WHAT: “Wonders Never Cease” art exhibition opening reception. Refreshments and entertainment provided.
  • WHERE: St. James Episcopal Church, La Jolla. St. James Gallery by-the-Sea, 743 Prospect St.
  • WHEN:  Saturday, April 13, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
For more information visit sjbts.org.


OROWEAT BREAD AND I LOVE A CLEAN SAN DIEGO PARTNERS TO CLEAN UP MISSION BACH PARK
 


On Thursday, April 4, Oroweat Bread is partnering with non-profit organization I Love A Clean San Diego to clean up Mission Beach Park. 

 
Oroweat recently announced it has removed all artificial preservatives, colors and flavors from its Whole Grain line, so to celebrate, the brand is hosting more than 75 Oroweat employees, their families and local community members for a park clean up event. The group will be tasked with removing weeds and debris, as well as painting over graffiti often found on park benches. Following the cleanup, all volunteers will be treated to a celebratory lunch in the freshly cleaned park. 

 

The removal of all artificial preservatives, colors and flavors from Oroweat’s Whole Grain line is part of its new "No Added Nonsense" initiative that began nationwide in March. 
  • When: Thursday, April 4 at 10 a.m. 
  • Where: Mission Beach Park, 3000 Mission Blvd.
Visit ilacsd.org for more information. 


 
POINT LOMA RESIDENT NAMED 2019 SUPER LAWYER

Sullivan Hill recently announced that Point Loma resident, Jim Hill, has been selected as a 2019 Super Lawyer. Each year no more than 5 percent of the lawyers in the state are selected to be included in the Super Lawyers list.

Shareholder Jim Hill has made the list for the last 13 years in the areas of bankruptcy, business litigation, and creditor-debtor rights. A founding member of the firm, member of its executive committee and chair of the firm’s insolvency and commercial bankruptcy practice group, Hill practices primarily in the areas of bankruptcy, insolvency and commercial law. He is also the inaugural Chair of the Board of Representatives of the California Lawyers Association.

For more information, visit sullivanhill.com.


PACIFIC BEACH RESIDENT NAMED 2019 SUPER LAWYER

Sullivan Hill 
recently announced that Point Loma resident, Donald Rez, has been selected as a 2019 Super Lawyer. Each year no more than 5 percent of the lawyers in the state are selected to be included in the Super Lawyers list.

Shareholder Donald Rez has made the list for the ninth year in the areas of business/corporate, business litigation, and antitrust litigation. Rez focuses his practice in the areas of business and commercial litigation and antitrust and trade regulation.

For more information, visit sullivanhill.com.

AMERICAN CETACEAN SOCIETY TO HOST POLAR BEAR DISCUSSION

The American Cetacean Society announced that JoAnne Simerson will present what makes a polar bear a polar bear, the relationship of people and polar bears, and the impacts of climate change on both of us.

Simerson spent 18 seasons in Churchill Manitoba during polar migration time and many summers in the Arctic pack ice above Norway. She held positions with Polar Bear International in several of their programs and spent many years working in zoos and aquariums. The talk will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 10 at Sumner Auditorium, 8595 La Jolla Shores Drive. Free. Street parking only.

Visit acssandiego.org for more information. 

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