Monthly Archives: September 2010

Seal Beach Founders Day – the media onslaught continues

The photograph to the left goes to show that Main Street in Seal Beach has changed quite a bit over the past fifty years (and for the better, we think  —  although there is a certain charm of sorts to … Continue reading

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Philip A. Stanton – Part III — A new city, the Joy Zone and the not-so-Joyous zone

(Okay, this is real long, but cut us some slack.  Seal Beach’s Founders Day is coming up, so how can you have too much information about its founder?) Seal Beach founder Philip A. Stanton must have been a very driven … Continue reading

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Dances, Parades, games and rides planned for Seal Beach’s 95th birthday bash

Seal Beach has a party coming up — and while to our minds maybe it should officially be called Incorporation Day instead of Founders Day — it still will have lots of events to attend and help celebrate the city’s … Continue reading

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