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Download the MBG App. Army Garrison, Presidio of Monterey This civilian enterprise Guide is an authorized publication for members of the U.

Everything advertised in this publication 34NPS at a Glance Monterey has a lot to offer visitors and permanent residents. In Monterey, the old houses are connected in a "Path of History.

In , it housed Edward Durrell Stone, a world-famous to a depth of 60 feet. By The city is probably best known for the youngest of the Monterey Peninsula's cities. The Stevenson House and hills, it is home to a unique state beach and its unofficial title, Butterfly Town, U. Each year the butterflies migrate from Can- uments, also have gardens around them. Marina Dunes State Beach is known for ada and Washington state to their favorite Best loved is Memory Garden in the patio having one of the best hang gliding schools trees in Pacific Grove.

They arrive in late of the Pacific Building, where every year in the United States. The Marina Hang October and leave in March. It is a residential, incor- "Cannery Row" and "Sweet Thursday" can The beach also offers a breathtaking view porated community with a population of follow many of the stories in Monterey's about 16, It is ideal for picnick- Cannery Row. The canneries are closed This city is also home to many beautiful ing, hiking, fishing and sunbathing.

Situ- now, but the spirit of the past lingers. Today, Victorian homes, most dating to the town's ated between Marina and Seaside on the it's a popular tourist area that includes the start as a Methodist retreat in the s.

A former Fort Ord is the California State Uni- famous Monterey Bay Aquarium, galleries, stroll through neighborhoods in the down- versity at Monterey Bay, the second-newest shops, wine tasting rooms, a factory outlet town area reveals early homes displaying university in the California state system. Early settlers built the Halfway House Fisherman's Wharf is a picturesque spot Pacific Grove's municipal flower beds beside the stage road from San Juan Bau- for tourists and artists.

It is the colorful along the water's edge are world-famous tista and Monterey in It was a rest- home of both fishing and pleasure boats.

It's quite an unusual and interesting exhibits of butter- and supplies. This later became the city of experience to enjoy a seafood plate while flies, marine and bird life, plants, shells, Salinas. Indian artifacts and historical displays. The community grew and prospered.

In Commercial boats provide deep-sea fishing Scientists from around the world come to , the city was incorporated as a char- and excursions along the coast. The list of study the marine life on the Pacific Grove ter city.

The name Salinas, meaning salt interesting places in Monterey is long. The Hopkins Marine Labora- marshes, was derived from the nearby river. A good tories of Stanford University are there, Salinas' crossroads location has assured its starting point is the Custom House at the as is the Hopkins Marine Life Refuge, a role as the commercial and agricultural foot of Wharf No.

Due to its hilly and tree-free terrain, it offers striking views of Monterey Bay and the Peninsula skyline. Laguna Grande Regional Park is a acre restored wetlands area with a beautiful acre lake. The park offers a 1-mile bicy- cle path that circles the lake, a multipur- pose athletic field, volleyball courts, public restrooms, a playground and picnic area, a nature trail and a bird-watching area. The city is known for its charming shops, most of which are small and specialize in one type of mer- chandise.

You can find candles and brass- ware as well as imported foods and golfing apparel. Within the business district are many secluded, charming shopping courts. There is a large community of artists and craftspeople living and working in Carmel. Many of their works can be seen in the art galleries and studios of the city. The community supports many excellent musical events, including concerts by a local symphony orchestra and the annual Carmel Bach Festival held in July at the Sunset Cen- center of the three-county area.

Agriculture born in Salinas. Much of his inspiration ter. Outdoor music, dance and theatrical is the prime economic mover in Salinas. With its winding, tree-lined streets, more Coast today. The fertile Salinas Valley pro- often likened to a quaint European village. Pebble Beach is synonymous with golf, and duces enormous quantities of fruits and Carmel lies on the oak- and pine-covered many of the courses here are world-class, vegetables annually.

Its perfect white- star-studded, just-this-side-of-heaven links. The celebrated American novelist John sand beach is edged by the picturesque The most famous of the courses, the Steinbeck, who won a Pulitzer Prize cypress trees for which it is world-famous.

Pebble Beach Golf Links, is owned by the for the "Grapes of Wrath" and was the Carmel's beautiful beach is open to Pebble Beach Company and is host to Nobel Prize recipient for literature, was visitors and residents alike. Farther to the south, the road flanks Los Padres National Forest, a vast recreation area, followed by Notleys Landing. Once a thriving shipping port and village, it was famous for tanbark, smuggling and rum running.

On the Big Sur River, 34 miles from Mon- terey, is the Pfeiffer Redwoods State Park, a acre redwood grove containing giant trees up to 1, years old and more than feet high. The park abounds with wild- life, even Russian wild boar and the Ameri- can condor.

The park contains some of the most rugged and least-explored mountains Pro-Am formerly the Bing Crosby Pro- the other side of the road is Monastery Bay, in America. It also contains the only natural Am. This tournament is held annually at once a Japanese abalone fishing spot. It pairs the best from the Professional State Natural Preserve, one of California's Thirty-seven miles south of Monterey is Golf Association Tour with the brightest most beautiful and interesting spots.

You'll scenic Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park, which celebrities spread over three courses for see wind-bent trees and brown pelicans. This dramatic headland rising above the sea a restaurant, cabins and a lodge. There are One of California's most familiar and most is a favorite with artists and photographers.

It is the copyrighted symbol facilities. It has the last stand of primitive booked, so reservations are encouraged. The remark- able old cypress is silhouetted against the Pacific as it clings to a seemingly bare rock. The Lone Cypress has inspired artists and sightseers alike for decades. Entry to Mile Drive, one of the best- known scenic roadways in the world, is usually made from Pacific Grove or from the gate at Highway 1.

It leads through one of the most beautiful coastal areas of California. The scenery changes from low, white sand dunes to forests of Monterey cypress trees, all gnarled and twisted and covered with moss.

Sights include the bird rocks and seal rocks from the road and, occasionally, spouting whales. The land along Mile Drive, known locally as the Del Monte Forest, contains some of the most beautiful homes on the peninsula. Park rangers at the entry gates can pro- vide maps and information. Pebble Beach is privately owned, and there is a charge for entry. Army Intelligence School at the Franciscan Father Junipero Serra was in future use a acre military reservation Presidio of San Francisco to teach Japanese charge of the religious element.

Portola surrounding the redoubt. Por- Near the end of the Philippine Insurrec- the school was moved to Minnesota and tola established a presidio fort and mis- tion in , the Army recognized it needed renamed the Military Intelligence Service sion at the southern end of Monterey Bay additional forts, particularly on the West Language School MISLS.

Almost all of the same day, in accordance with his orders Coast. As possible sites were being surveyed, the 6, wartime graduates of MISLS were to "erect a fort to occupy and defend the the Army realized that it already owned a trained in Japanese.

It added Russian, Chinese, upon its New World empire. The 15th Infantry Regiment, which Korean, Arabic and six other languages to moved to occupy that portion of the west- had fought in China and the Philippines, its curriculum and was renamed the Army ern American coast that it had previously arrived in Monterey in September and Language School ALS in The size of neglected. The Monterey Presidio was one began building the cantonment area.

The the faculty and student classes and number of four presidios and 21 missions estab- 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry, Buffalo Soldiers, of languages taught increased throughout lished by Spain in California. The original Presidio consisted of a In , the name of the cantonment square of adobe building near Lake area was the Monterey Military Reserva- Defense Language Institute El Estero in the vicinity of what is now tion.

It was changed to Ord Barracks on Different service language schools were downtown Monterey. The original Presidio was protected by a small fort with 11 can- nons, called El Castillo. It was built in on land now part of the present Presidio of Monterey.

The original Presidio fell into disrepair, as Mexican rule replaced that of Spain in California in He landed unopposed with a small force in Monterey and claimed the territory and the Presidio for the United States. He left a small garrison of Marines and seamen who began improving defenses near the former El Castillo to better protect the town and the harbor. The new defenses were named Fort Mervine in honor of Capt.

William Mervine, who commanded one of the ships in Sloat's squadron. During its early history, this fortification seemed to have many names, including Fort Halleck, Fort Savannah and the Monterey Redoubt. In , the Monterey Redoubt was renamed the Monterey Ordnance Depot and used until as a military storehouse.

The Air Force programs were phased out by This branch was phased out in , but not before DLI had given more than 20, service members experienced with the Vietnamese language. In For many years the Presidio was a sub- Military Community. Army Installation Management Com- mand to provide better service throughout the Army. The garrison staff provides the full range of service functions to tenant commands, service personnel and family members. Resident instruction is provided at the Presidio of Monterey in 23 languages and several dialects, five days a week, seven hours per day, with two to three hours of at Ord Military Community in Seaside, more than 30 languages.

These language homework each night.


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Pauley Pavilion was introduced to the University at the June Commencement exercises, at which time it was dedicated and named for Regent Edwin W. Pauley, the principal donor to the building fund. New Pauley Pavilion contains seating for approximately 13, spectators. The statue was created by renowned sculptor Blair Buswell, who has crafted likenesses of a variety of famous sports figures for major sports venues, including more than 68 busts of inductees into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and statues of prominent athletes and coaches, among them Jack Nicklaus, Oscar Robertson and Paul "Bear" Bryant.

Wooden retired from coaching after the season with a record of wins and losses. His Pyramid of Success, a how-to guide to succeed in all facets of life, is known around the world. Wooden passed away on June 4, , at the age of Located off Bruin Walk by the north entrance to Pauley Pavilion.

Rotating menus featuring casual cuisine from around the world. Located in the Court of Sciences Student Center. The Bruin baseball stadium, named for alumnus Jackie Robinson, is located close to campus on Sawtelle Boulevard. Robinson broke the color barrier when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in , the first Black player in the major leagues.

Robinson was a four-sport letterman at UCLA, competing in football, basketball, track, and baseball. A bronze statue of Robinson is located near the concession stand on the concourse level. Covel and Mitchel D. Covel has been associated with UCLA since enrolling as an undergraduate in Saxon, who was an American physicist and educator who served as the President of University of California system as well as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Corporation.

Saxon joined UCLA in , but was dismissed in with thirty other faculty members because of their objection to signing an oath of loyalty and declaration that they were not Communist Party members. He served as the president of University of California between and The Saxon Residential Suites were renovated in Courtside has an amazing energy that must be seen to be believed. All of the houses are interconnected, making Courtside the only residential community of its kind.

It's just as easy to get to know people who are two or three houses away as it is to socialize with your neighbors next door. At the center of the building is a beautiful courtyard with cool little semi-private sitting spaces. The bamboo trees throughout make it a tranquil place, where many residents gravitate to for late-night cell phone. It consists of two venues, the main seat theater and the seat Audrey Skirball-Kenis Theater.

West was a UCLA student in the s. A generous donor, he became an attorney and participated in numerous activities related to and supporting of UCLA. The Mattel Children's Hospital is located on the west wing of the facility. Rieber Terrace is the newest residence hall on campus, opening in the summer of It is one of three buildings constituting Rieber Plaza. Hershey Hall was named in honor of Mira Hershey, a philanthropist who gifted the university the funds used to build the first dormitory on campus.

Originally serving as the Women's Gym, Kaufman Hall was renovated and re-opened in and named in honor of philanthropist Glorya Kaufman. William Melnitz was a noted theatrical authority, educator and author who was named dean of the former College of Fine Arts in Doris Stein, wife of Jules Stein, along with their family and foundation provided funding support for construction of the institute. Seeds was principal at University Elementary School from An alumnus in business administration, Gene Rosenfeld became chief executive officer of Kaufman and Broad.

Under his leadership, the firm became the largest housing producer in the United States. Robert Gordon Sproul was president of the University of California. When he took office in , at the age of 39, he was the youngest man ever to head the university.

The gift is the largest ever made to the University of California, and the largest single donation ever made to a school of medicine in this country. In recognition, the school now bears Geffen's name. The Wooden Center is named for legendary basketball coach John R. He was the first person to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame as both a player and coach.

His philosophy of life is expressed in his "Pyramid of Success. The Fernald Center, located adjacent to the University Elementary School, features space for pre-school child care services. With the Planetarium on top, the Math Sciences Building houses the departments of Atmospheric Sciences, Statistics, and yes Mathematics, plus a number of classrooms. The Wilshire Center is home to UCLA's Business and Administrative Services, plus a number of other offices that provide specific support to different areas of the on-campus enterprise.

The top floor contains a large multi-purpose meeting room with a warming kitchen and outdoor deck overlooking Westwood Village for student and campus activities. A central mail room and enclosed bicycle storage room are immediately adjacent to the commons building.

Phase II construction consisting of furnished studio units was completed in March with two study lounges, a barbecue area and a laundry room. It also includes a kitchen with quartz countertop, a refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, and garbage disposal, a bathroom with quartz countertop and vinyl faux wood flooring throughout the unit. As one of the nation's oldest, largest, and most comprehensive continuing higher education providers, UCLA Extension gives you all the options and wide range of courses you need.

The booths are staffed by friendly Parking Assistants who can help you with daily, cross, temporary, and loading zone parking permits as well as daily campus event information and directions to on- and off-campus locations. Surrounded by shaded, landscaped courtyards, the three-story suite complexes house more than residents. Each furnished two-bedroom suite has its own private entry and includes a living room and bathroom.

Most bedrooms are shared by three students with the remaining rooms being shared by two students. Each bedroom is wired for computer network connections and cable television. Each complex has its own laundry room and either a sun deck or sand volleyball court.

Meal service, front desk services, and recreation rooms are conveniently located in the nearby residence halls. Hitch Suites are furnished, have private entries, two bedrooms, a living room, a bathroom.

Meal service, hour front desk services, and recreation rooms are located in the nearby residence halls. Each suite complex has a central laundry room. Permit and Pay-by-Plate parking. Visitors may park in designated pay station parking areas. Once parked, go to the nearest parking pay station to purchase duration of parking time needed. Pay using exact cash amount or with a credit card.

Motorcycle and scooter parking available. Perloff Hall is named in honor of Harvey S. Perloff, dean of the former Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning, he is credited with development of the field of regional economics. Cornell Hall is named for Clark and B. Cornell, longtime friends and supporters of UCLA.

Permit and Pay-by-Plate weekday evening and weekend only parking. This contemporary four-story apartment building was built in and purchased by UCLA in March Each unit has vinyl faux wood plank flooring. The kitchens were remodeled with quartz countertops, and modern kitchen cabinets.

Bathroom improvements consist of new low-flush toilets, and modern plumbing fixtures. The complex offers gated subterranean parking, renovated exercise room, study room, central heating and air conditioning, key card entry system, and coin-operated laundry facilities, and is handicapped-accessible. It contains furnished studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments each with a microwave, stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, garbage disposal, carpeting, blinds, basic cable TV service, high-speed cable Internet access, and hour emergency maintenance.

Some units have gas fireplaces. Development of the Southwest campus site began in and was completed in May Each apartment building has a uniquely landscaped courtyard, a common study lounge, a common laundry facility, covered parking and is handicapped accessible. There is a central barbecue area. Each apartment has a kitchen with a refrigerator, stove, microwave, dishwasher, and garbage disposal. In addition, each apartment comes with central heating and air conditioning, unsecured Wi-Fi, campus telephone system, campus basic cable TV, high-speed Internet access, mini blinds, and hour emergency maintenance.

La Kretz Hall opened in and features a seat lecture auditorium as well as other instructional spaces. The building is a model for sustainable resource use, and is the university's first project to receive Silver - New Building certification under the U.

Rieber Vista Residence Hall was opened in late and is one of three buildings forming Rieber Plaza. Collins is a giant in the fast food industry, first founding Collins Food International best known for Sizzler and later Worldwide Restaurant Concepts.

Morton, business entrepreneur and philanthropist. The William Andrews Clark Memorial Library Clark Library , one of twelve official libraries at the University of California, Los Angeles, is one of the most comprehensive rare books and manuscripts libraries in the United States, with particular strengths in English literature and history , Oscar Wilde, and fine printing.

It is administered by UCLA's Center for Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Studies, which offers several prestigious fellowships for graduate and postdoctoral scholars to use the Library's collections.

CLARK, clark memorial library. Marion Davies, motion-picture actress of the late s and early s, donated a major gift in for completion of the children's clinic in the Center for Health Sciences complex.

The project was an outgrowth of the Marion Davies Foundation, a charitable nonprofit corporation through which the star channeled efforts to fight childhood diseases.

MDCC, chs marion davies clinic. The UCLA Guest House provides on-campus lodging for visiting scholars, guest speakers, and other visitors to the campus.

Self-service, Pay-by-Plate pay station only. The Korn Convocation Hall is located on the 3rd level. The Jonathan and Karin Fielding School of Public Health is one of the top schools of public health in the country where students receive state-of-the art training from distinguished experts in the field of public health.

Reed was a Southern California physician whose gift of land, plus a matching grant from the National Institutes of Health provided construction funding for the center. REED, chs reed neurology. He taught political science on both the Vermont Avenue and Westwood campuses, from ' Rose Avenue is a complex consisting of one- and two-bedroom apartments in two four-story buildings with gated subterranean garages.

It was built and acquired in The complex has a courtyard, elevators, and key entry system, with coin-operated laundry facilities on each floor. Apartment amenities include a stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, garbage disposal, carpeting, vertical blinds, heating and air conditioning, gas fireplace, basic cable TV service, high-speed cable Internet access, and hour emergency maintenance.

Several apartments have cathedral ceilings and skylights. The building was repainted in October Charles Henry Rieber, a professor of philosophy and the first dean of the College of Letters and Science, served from to He was the first to use the initials UCLA. Dodd, former dean of the College of Letters and Science. The Bruin baseball stadium, named in honor of alumnus Jackie Robinson, is located close to campus on Sawtelle Boulevard.

He served as divisional humanities dean from ' Philanthropist and former Max Factor Company vice president, Louis Factor was one of four sons of the founder of the international cosmetics firm. He began working in his family's Hollywood plant in his teens, became an industry leader, and upon his retirement in , is said to have known most of the 7, employees.

He married his childhood sweetheart, Doris, whose gift after her husband's death in made completion of the building possible. Boyer Hall was named in honor of Nobel prize-winning professor Paul D. BOYER, boyer hall mbi. Home to Anthropology, Sociology and other departments, Haines Hall is named in honor of Charles Grove Haines, a political scientist on the faculty from until Gold Hall is named in honor of Leon and Toby Gold. Motorcycle and scooter parking.

GSEIS, graduate school of edu info sci. He has also provided financial and equipment support for UCLA sports programs. Jules Stein was a doctor, entertainment executive, and philanthropist who, with his wife and family, contributed significantly for construction of the institute. JSEI, chs jules stein eye inst.

Ackerman's association with UCLA spanned 47 years. The student union building, which opened in , was renamed Ackerman Union upon "Mr. A's" retirement in The five-level building includes food services, financial offices, a ballroom for special events, study lounges, recreational areas, direct services, and a student store. The building was named in honor of Shepherd Ivory Franz who was an American psychologist.

He was named UCLA chancellor in The building also houses the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology. Enter Parking Structure 4 then turn left into the Pay-by-Space area. Named in honor of Peter V. GONDA, gonda research building.

The De Neve Commons building includes a seat residential restaurant, a seat auditorium, two proctored computer labs with 22 workstations, a fitness room and space for study and recreation.

Landfair Vista is a new complex built in The University purchased the property in The undergrad complex is a state-of-the-art building consisting of beds in 37 apartment units, featuring two-bedroom units, two-bedroom with loft units, three-bedroom units, and a three-bedroom with a loft unit.

The apartment complex amenities include a central courtyard with free Wi-Fi, central laundry facility and gated parking. Apartment amenities include large windows, microwave, stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, garbage disposal, carpeting, vertical blinds, central heating and air conditioning, gas fireplace, basic cable TV service, high-speed cable Internet access, and hour emergency maintenance. Some units have balconies. The UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability's research programs focus on critical environmental challenges including climate change, air and water quality, biodiversity and conservation, energy, coastal and water resources, urban sustainability, corporate sustainability and environmental economics.

Much of this research is supported and coordinated by our seven research centers. Located in suite of La Kretz Hall. The mission of the UCLA Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics is to provide the highest quality research and education possible in the interdisciplinary fields of microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics.

To meet this goal, the Department works together as scientists, educators and students to identify and address the most relevant problems in microbial pathogenesis and physiology, host cell biology and immune defense, and the host-pathogen interface. Located in Molecular Science Building. Students, researchers, and faculty tackle a wide range of problems, from the Sun to the most distant planets, and from the center of the Earth to the tenuous ionized gases of the solar wind.

We probe the interior of the Earth using seismic data, laboratory measurements, and computer modeling. We study both the ancient tectonics of the Earth and its ongoing activity.

We explore Earth's upper atmosphere using spacecraft to measure magnetic fields and plasmas. Moving outward from Earth, we study other planets, their interiors, surfaces, atmospheres, and particle and field environments.

At the main campus entrance from the south and Westwood Village is the Campus Gateway. This provides a pleasantly-landscaped demarcation between the campus proper and the adjacent community leading from the business and restaurants of Westwood into the Health Sciences area of the UCLA campus and beyond.

The Intramural and North Athletic fields accommodate intramural sports, club sports, open recreation and various special event activities. Located west of the Wooden Center and north of Pauley Pavilion. In conjunction with the opening of the J. Morgan Athletics Center in November , UCLA established an athletics Hall of Fame with 25 charter members representing a cross-section of the school's athletic history.

Each year, a minimum of one and a maximum of eight former UCLA athletes, coaches or administrators are added to the Hall of Fame. The new Hall of Fame is now double in size after its renovation and expansion, which was completed in the winter of The first floor in the east wing of the new J.

Morgan Athletics Center features the 8,square-foot m2 Athletics Hall of Fame and serves as the main entrance to the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Located in the J. Drive directly ahead to the Parking Information Booth. Convenient parking is at the south end of Parking Structure 4.

De Neve has become a favorite with residents. Its spacious dining area features exhibition stations and a popular sandwich bar. Located in De Neve Commons, ground level. Made-to-order sub sandwiches with a legal flair. Located at southeast corner of Lu Valle Commons. Kerckhoff Hall is the only building on campus built in the Collegiate Gothic style.

Its pointed arches are in contrast with the rounded Roman arches of the original campus buildings. After success in the lumber business, William G. Kerckhoff was involved in the development of hydroelectric power in , bringing electricity to southern and central California.

Kerckhoff and his associates formed the Southern California Gas Corporation in After his death, Louise honored her husband's wish and donated a generous gift to build and furnish the original student union. The Center for Digital Humanities Learning Lab is intended to provide computing resources for the Humanities community to engage in academic pursuits, fulfill course assignments and communicate with instructors and peers.

A lab consultant is on duty during all open hours to help with any questions. Located on the 2nd floor of Rolfe Hall. Graduate students, residents, fellows in the schools of medicine, nursing, and public health.

Monographs, periodicals, dissertations, pamphlets, and newsletter on American Indian life, culture, and state of affairs in historical and contemporary perspectives.

Located in Campbell Hall, 3rd floor. Medical and dentistry textbooks and equipment. Located in Center for Health Sciences, adjacent to dental clinics. Once parked, go to the nearest parking pay station to purchase the amount of parking time needed. Founded in , UCLA Luskin incorporates the best practices in scholarship, research, and teaching in the fields of social work, urban and regional planning, and policymaking. The unique intersection of these disciplines within one school allows for academic cross-collaboration and a graduate education that values diverse perspectives at the macro- and micro- organizational levels.

Luskin School of Public Affairs. Located in Center for Health Sciences, 1st level. IPAM offers a variety of programs for junior and senior scholars, graduate students and undergraduate students in mathematics, engineering, and a wide range of scientific disciplines in which mathematics may be applied.

Every year IPAM offers two three-month scientific programs that feature a series of workshops on a broad theme. IPAM sponsors independent five-day workshops and co-sponsors conferences on a variety of topics as well. In fall , the Center was renamed in recognition of the generosity of Richard S. Ziman, who established its permanent endowment. The Ziman Center currently enjoys the leadership of a member Founding Board comprised of influential leaders from the real estate industry.

The mission of the Louise Darling Biomedical Library staff is to provide access to and delivery of information resources. The primary focus of its services and collections is to support the health and life sciences research, educational, and patient-care responsibilities of UCLA faculty, students, and staff. Designed primarily for small performances, concerts and lectures, it has also been used for theater shows, dance performances, and recording sessions. Located in the Schoenberg Music Building.

Among the largest ethnographic sound recording archives in North America; collections include non-commercial field recordings and commercially produced recordings of traditional, folk, popular, and art music from Africa, Asia, Australia and the Pacific islands, Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas in a variety of audiovisual formats; contains listening and viewing facilities.

Hugh and Hazel Darling Law Library. Hunt Memorial English Reading Room is a library maintained by the UCLA Department of English that houses approximately 35, non-circulating books and periodical volumes in the fields of British and American literature, as well as reference and interdisciplinary sources needed to support these areas of study.

Freshly brewed coffee, espresso drinks, pastries, juices, and sandwiches. Frozen ice cream and non-dairy novelties as well as sweet treats by the ounce. Located in Ackerman Union, 1st floor. The Student Activities Center Pool is an eight lane, yard outdoor pool with depths ranging from 4 feet to 12 feet. The moveable bulkhead allows for the pool to be set up for yards or 25 meters. Located at the south end of the Student Activities Center.

Pay by meal plan or BruinCard Easy Pay. Only open during the academic year. Located in Delta Terrace. The clinical staff comprises of highly qualified doctors, physician assistants and nurses. Pre-employment physicals; in-service physical evaluations; diagnosis and treatment of work-related illness and injury; return-to-work examinations and physical evaluations; and immunizations to support health maintenance.

Located at Center for Health Sciences. This is on the 6th floor, 7th corridor, Room Serving more than 6, inpatients and , outpatients annually, Mattel Children's Hospital UCLA offers a full spectrum of primary and specialized medical care for infants, children and adolescents. The UCLA Film and Television Archive is internationally renowned for its pioneering efforts to preserve and showcase not only classic but current and innovative film and television.

It is dedicated to ensuring that the moving image history of our time is explored and enjoyed for generations to come. The UCLA Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Campus Resource Center provides a comprehensive range of education, information and advocacy services and works to create and maintain an open, safe and inclusive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex, transgender, queer, questioning, and same-gender-loving students, faculty, and staff, their families and friends, and the entire campus community.

Visit the BruinCard Center to make a deposit. The Marion and Robert S. Wilson Medical Student Lounge opened its doors in the Fall of This 2, square foot lounge is located on the rooftop of the Westwood Plaza Building on the southeast corner of Westwood Boulevard and Circle Drive South. The lounge is for exclusive use of UCLA medical students and is accessible by a card key.

Lounge card keys are issued on the third week of the Fall semester. The center contains computer stations, a large area equipped with couches and a large screen television, tables and chairs, a pool table, a microwave oven and sink area, restroom, and an outside patio.

In Ralph D. Cornell became the campus landscape architect, a position he held for more than 30 years. At the time of his retirement the campus was said to have more than 12, trees. Fittingly, this grove of eucalyptus was named in his honor.

The Organic Garden is a plot of land with five 8-foot-byfoot raised beds located at the back of Sunset Canyon Recreation Center. Hands-on classes are held at the garden to teach those who wish to learn the basics of how to grow their own fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs in their own backyard gardens, or container gardens. Students learn the basics of seasonal planting, cultivating, harvesting, healthy soil, composting, natural weed and pest management, simple recipes, herb propagation as well as how to make your own teas and infusions.

With a wide collection of books and an expert staff, the Gonda Family Library supports and inspires members of the UCLA Lab School community and UCLA in exploring the world of books and information for children and young adult readers. In addition to providing expertise and support for the curriculum, the library sponsor programs throughout the year that celebrate the joy of reading. Special collections and archives are housed in the Performing Arts Special Collections.

The Ethnomusicology Archive collects recordings and video of world music. Dickson Plaza is perhaps the most photographed area of campus. Plenty of patio seating outdoors, a welcoming fireplace indoors, and the ultimate in menu variety--that's the North Campus Student Center.

Stacks is the place for delicious made-to-order sandwiches. No time to sit and eat? Curbside offers ready-made salads and sandwiches, along with several daily Kosher selections. Located in North Campus Student Center. Our campus community is diverse in every way imaginable, and engaging with students with different gifts, backgrounds and sensibilities is one of the most exhilarating aspects of life at UCLA.

Our diverse counselors and clinicians are knowledgeable in a variety of areas, but we share one core passion: We look forward every Fall to sharing our skills and expertise with you. While the transition to UCLA can be an exciting challenge, we know that some of our students may be coping with personal, financial, health and other stressors. The Counseling Center is here to support your growth and development, and to help you to restore balance, build strength, gain emotional resiliency and increase your personal well-being.

Entrance faces the Intramural Field and Drake Stadium. Reception is located on the 2nd floor. The Court of Sciences provides an informal front lawn and meeting area for students on the south end of the core campus. It also serves as a primary walkway linking the Physical Sciences, Life Sciences and Engineering of the core campus with the Health Sciences campus directly to the south.

This modern, four-building, unit complex contains one- and two-bedroom unfurnished apartments. It provides information resources, reference services, and bibliographic instruction for those seeking information on Chicano history and culture.

The library makes its holdings accessible to users from UCLA and from around the world. No time to go off-campus? Find a variety of options right here in Ackerman Union. Greenhouse is a healthy foods bar with salads, pastas, soups, and more.

Sbarro offers pizza by the slice and Italian entrees. Panda Express specializes in Chinese food. Rubio's is the home of the fish taco. Eat outside on the Ackerman Terrace, under the giant wooden arches. No time for a full meal? UCLA Recreation is committed to providing high quality recreational experiences that benefit the campus community.

Reflecting the varied leisure and wellness needs of the University community, UCLA Recreation provides extensive access to a broad range of recreational activities and services. The Department offers programming which encompasses the competitive, passive, social, cultural, and instructional aspects of recreational activity.

In addition, UCLA Recreation manages 14 of the University's recreational and athletic facilities offering recreation, sport, and numerous multi-use options for student and university events. UCLA students, faculty, staff and eligible alumni affiliates and their family members can access our many programs and facilities. UCLA students, through their tuition and fees have access to recreation facilities and may purchase additional services. UCLA faculty, staff, emeriti and alumni affiliates and their family members are eligible to purchase a membership for access to our many programs and facilities.

The special research collection is open throughout the academic fall, winter, and spring quarters. Due to the limits and rarity of resources in Asian American Studies, there is no circulation of materials.

However, a self-use photocopier in the library is available. To insure materials are available to everyone, all bags and backpacks must be checked in upon entry to the library. Located in Campbell Hall, 2nd floor.

The Ashe Center offers convenient, accessible, high-quality health care. Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center, ASHE, medical records, prescriptions, illness, disability, eap, study abroad, travel certificate, student health insurance plan, ship, waive student health insurance plan, purchase dental insurance, uship, bruincare, wellness, hepatitis b, immunizations, emergency, ashe center student health.

The credit union's field of membership has grown extensively over the years, as has its products, services, and capabilities. Because the credit union is not-for-profit, it is able to offer its members higher deposit rates and lower lending rates than most banks. Because it is a smaller organization, the customer service is more personalized, giving members the feeling of a community bank.

Located in Ackerman Union, A-level. Gourmet Chinese food, from orange chicken to spring rolls. Spaulding Field features both natural and artificial playing surfaces. The Kinsey Teaching Pavilion has three general assignment classrooms B, B and B , all of which are multimedia equipped. Located on the south side of Knudsen Hall and faces opposite Franz Hall. You can buy stamps, send off packages, and more! Located in Ackerman, A-level, just across from Jamba Juice.

Featuring cut-to-order artisan sandwiches made with high quality ingredients. Freshly prepared wraps, salads, sandwiches, vegan, vegetarian, and kosher offerings, all ready to grab and go. Collections support the undergraduate curriculum in the humanities, social sciences, sciences, and mathematics and also include a graphic novel collection, new fiction books, travel guides, and more.

Print course reserves are also housed in the library. The dining room in Covel Commons has a wood-burning oven for cooking pizzas and other freshly-baked specialties, and a made-to-order pasta station.

Located on A-level of Covel Commons. Salad, healthy fare, soups, pasta, organic options. The Crump Institute for Molecular Imaging brings together faculty, students, and staff with a variety of backgrounds--physics, mathematics, engineering, biology, chemistry, and medicine--to pursue innovative technologies and science to accelerate our understanding of biology and medicine.

Located just east of Parking Structure 9. When parking in Lot 9, park on the rooftop level which will be street-level with the entrance to the CNSI Building where the Crump Institute is housed. Bringing Fun to Work! The Nine Tees play every Tuesday morning, with tournaments and special events held throughout the year. Description Our members meet monthly to play a game of golf at different golf courses. We have at least 11 outings per year, and a couple are two-day events. Our club was founded in We require that our members maintain an SCGA index.

We advocate friendly yet competitive play, and our members' handicaps range from 1 to We encourage golfers who are potentially interested in our club to join us for several rounds on a trial basis before you decide to join. Description This club promotes fellowship and tournaments with golfers at an excellent venue and location in Kern County. Description Friends and family of Garden Grove Firefighters.

Of course anyone can join our Club. Friends, Family members as well. We have been in existence for quite some time now and have enjoyed a great success within the Aerospace Industry. We enjoy some friendly competition and an opportunity to golf regularly. Description The club is a very diverse group of men and women with a wide range of handicap.

We have a 7: We have two big tournaments a year with food supplied several times a year. Promotion An affiliate club of the SCGA, we hold monthly golf tournaments throughout Southern California, typically with three separate flights. Good golfing, good fun and good people grows the game.

We also schedule at least 6 away events annually. We endeavor to provide a college scholarship to a local deserving student annually. Description OCGA welcomes everyone to come out and play. Description The name says it all! Description Orange County Golf is a Golf Club for men and women over the age 25 who are single, married, retired or new to the area. We offer golf games at a variety of golf courses located throughout Orange County and surrounding areas Promotion Members have access to all website pages and golf games through OCGolf.

Promotion Our group is all about playing as much golf as possible. Members enjoy access to weekly tournaments, which include stat tracking, and special golf discounts. Promotion While this club started mostly with Filipino members, we are open to all. We are non-profit and are active with charitable functions. Promotion Friendly group of players who have Tounaments every Month, usually 2nd Sunday.

Description We play every Friday at different courses around San Diego. Our weekly games change and are competitive. About one-half our members are retired.

In addition, we participate in various team play leagues. We include a variety of formats and all sponsored weekly games are flighted, net competitions. Promotion Learn the game so you can be as frustrated as the rest of us! Seriously, we're all about having a good time and social interaction. Most of our members are seasonal residents of Palm Desert and play during the winter months. The club has an outing once a month in the areas surrounding Idyllwild: Members earn points during the outings that determine the top eight players that go into playoffs for Club Champion each year.

We accept members from surrounding locations. Promotion To stimulate interest in golf in the Greater Los Angeles area especially in the Punjabi American community by bringing together a group of golfers desirous of forming a golfing organization and playing competitive golf.

Description Monthly Tournaments January - November Promotion Guys who like to get out and play on a weekend once a month. ParBoilers play approximately 26 weekends and 25 different golf courses each year. We are a Bi-Weekly Saturday club always looking for new members who love to compete.

Current membership is roughly an even distribution of Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, and Riverside county residents.

Marine Memorial Golf Course, measures 6, yards from the tips. The course was designed by William P. Description During the week, we usually play tournaments on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month. The 3rd Thursday is played at Penmar usually starting at 9am.

The 1st Thursday is an away tournament at an 18 hole Golf Course in the area. We try to play at lots of different courses! Promotion Open to everybody who loves golf, all ages Membership Size: We play both home and away events! Club Address Rose Ave. Promotion The Palmia Golf Club membership is comprised of residents of the Palmia senior community, both men and women.

Medal play tournaments are held monthly at local golf courses and a champion is determined by points accumulated throughout the year. In addition there is a annual match play championship. Scrambles are held twice a year. New members are welcome. Promotion Pico Rivera G C is an challenging 9 hole executive course. We are a co-ed club. Membership is open to all over 18 who have played five 5 games, one 1 of which must be with a club member on a regulate play day.

We meet every Saturday with a tee off at 9: This is a great social environment to meet friends, learn the rules of golf, acquire a USGA handicap thus allowing you to participate in our club tournaments and SCGA tournaments and events. Description Pigbodies is an eclectic group of people brought together by their enjoyment of camaraderie and competition. Men and women, young and old alike, interacting at your local golf course to see who will be the Pig of the Month.

Handicaps are adjusted to allow players to compete from the appropriate tee position for their game. Promotion Pigbodies is an eclectic group of people brought together by their enjoyment of camaraderie and competition. Description We have players of all skill levels, men, women and couples. We play about once a month with two summer road trips, Palm Springs and Mammoth. The Pine Mountain Golf Club has approximately 20 tournaments a year. We also have social memberships for non-golfers.

Promotion The Pinoy Golfers of America promotes unity and camaraderie, enhance interactions between young and old, through the game of golf. The Pinoy Golfers of America welcomes anyone who has any interest in Filipino history, culture and tradition. Description Fun and casual group, but we take our golf seriously. Just a good co-ed group that likes to play many different courses, mostly LA and OC areas.

No profits are made by our group. Promotion Fun and Casual group, but we take our golf seriously. Just a good group that likes play many different courses around, mostly LA and OC.

Promotion Club for bankers and mortgage professionals in the OC. Club Address S. Club Address Carriage Cir. Description Executive 9 hole moderate level of difficulty. Nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Valley Mountains. Full restaurant and bar. Weekly nightly events are karaoke, live bands and DJ from Thursday - Saturday. At least one on a weekday and one on a weekend. Description We are an association of men 60 years of age or older with the goal of enjoying the game of golf by joining together at Rancho San Joaquin Golf Course to improve our golf skills through friendly competition while promoting the true spirit of the game as embodied in its ancient and honorable traditions.

Low net is played the first Sunday of every month and every Tuesday, and various other games played on Thursdays and Sundays. Call course for start times. Quarterly major tournaments and away tournaments offered. Description Members enjoy entry into competitive yet fair and - most important - fun tournaments.

They enjoy the camaraderie playing with fellow amateurs of different skill levels. All tournaments are governed by the USGA Rules of Golf and many are structured in multiple flights so everyone competes against players of the same relative skill level.

The Rancho Vista Golf Course is in pristine shape, challenging and fun to play. Come play a practice round! Our club requires all of its members to have a GHIN number and a genuine handicap resulting from posting every round of golf! Additionally, every round of golf must be played according to the official Rules of Golf. The important rule is To Have Fun! Several tournaments are scheduled between February and August of each year. Members enjoy Tuesday morning tees times, beginning at 8: We pride ourselves on playing quick-paced rounds.

We do a reverse shotgun startjng at 8AM. We are currently operating with 2 flights; Blue Tee and White Tee. Net awards for each flight. Additional unofficial rounds are played on Thursday and Sundays starting at 7: See our website for additional details and contact information. Description Club of avid golfers who play a lot of golf at dream courses in Asia as well as other continents and try to grow the game by early involvement of junior golfers and fund raising tournaments.

Description The club is dedicated to the enjoyment and spreading the game of golf. Promotion The club is dedicated to the enjoyment and spreading the game of golf. Description Delightful group of energetic and fun ladies who play golf every third Saturday at the River Course at Alisal. Each Saturday has a different format.

We also have a group that plays Thursday morning. Our annual club championship is two days in October. The club holds two golf tournaments a month, generally on the first Saturday and third Sunday with our two 18 holes courses Vineyard and Victoria Lakes allowing tournaments to be played on different courses.

In addition we have a monthly Sunday Skins game played on the last Sunday. Our occasional away tournaments include a traditional two day event at Hunter Ranch in Paso Robles. Annual membership averages about members and our monthly tournaments range from 40 to 80 players. Promotion River Ridge has two great 18 hole courses. Our club has two tournaments a month which will usually fall on the first Saturday and the third Sunday of each month.

Promotion Two courses to play happy, fun, caring ladies who enjoy being friendly and having a good time on Monday play days. Description Golf Association open to members of any Elks Lodge. Description Whether you are seeking a beautiful backdrop for golf with family and friends, a unique setting for entertaining clients or a warm and welcoming ambience for socializing with others who share your passion for the game, Riverwalk Golf Club offers a variety of attractively-priced membership options to suit your lifestyle - as well as your budget.

Members enjoy an array of discounts, privileges and benefits, including preferred pricing in the golf shop and inclusion in exclusive members-only events.

We have 3 9-hole courses so there is a nice variety of ways to make up your 18 hole round. We have monthly Saturday events at local area courses, along with occasional travelling 2-day weekend events and a 3-day club championship. Description We are a nine hole executive course located roughly yards below the Greek theater in Griffith Park. It is an interesting layout with slopes and no cart paths.

Roosevelt is walking only. We have an 18 hole away tournament each month on a Saturday and a nine hole home tournament each month, also on Saturday. We also do a weekly skins game at We welcome all handicaps and both men and women.

Promotion We are a nine hole executive course located roughly yards below the Greek theater in Griffith Park. Description Our group plays weekly in the San Diego area. Description Rustic Canyon Golf club is a volunteer group of people dedicated to provide our members of all skill levels, the opportunity to play in monthly tournaments at Rustic Canyon. The annual membership fee includes your SCGA handicap.

The Board of Directors meet monthly and any club members are invited. All handicap procedures are followed using the GHIN system. We have over members, a large portion of whom participate in our 3 monthly tournaments; 1st Wednesday, 2nd Saturday and 3rd Friday. We actively seek new members who are interested in tournament golf, good fellowship and good fun. We offer friendship, comaraderie and fun golf outings that are enveloped in a year-long "Race to the CBMC Cup" competition. We play once each month in the San Diego area, the courses vary, and we usually negotiate a light lunch into the price of the outing.

Promotion San Diego Dental Golf Group dates back to , when local dentists would play every 3rd Wednesday of the month at local golf courses. We welcome new members and run two travel trips to Arizona, Nevada or Utah every year.

Club Address Elmcrest Dr. We want every member to feel a part of the club and to have a good time. We play at several courses throughout the San Diego area on Wednesdays with an 8: Some of the original members are still hacking away — and we have recruited new members along the way.

Many of the original members are still hacking away - and we have recruited new members along the way. We are seeking new members that's you so we can continue to grow and continue our tradition of fun and camaraderie. It's all about having a good time.

For additional information about our club, please visit our website at https: Promotion MAGA was established to facilitate the benefits of recreational and competitive golf, as well as, cultural identity and camaraderie. MAGA is multicultural and membership is open to all golfers in California regardless of ethnic, racial or economic background.

There are 17 chapters throughout California. The course features a full service practice range, which includes practice bunkers, greens and grass or mat practice tees. Promotion SJHWGA members participate in weekly 18 hole tournaments, including 3 major tournaments, an alternate-year invitational, team play, and access to SCGA tournaments and activities.

Members can enjoy a newly renovated clubhouse where events are hosted in a very spacious banquet room, lunch in the "SJH Sports Bar and Grill", or dine on the large outdoor patio overlooking the practice green and 18th hole. This is a great opportunity to play a challenging golf course, socialize and advance their game on the full service practice facility.

Description We are a travel golf club. We play courses in Ventura during the summer and throughout the Los Angeles area. We play once a month on Saturdays. We have 2 out of town two day tournaments a year, one if for our annual Club Championship.

We are open to any level of golfer. Promotion We are a travel golf club. Description We are a club without a home course. Started as a Los Angeles County employee base membership. Has expanded in the years to include friends of its members. We meet once a month for a tournament, we play at courses all around Southern California. Every year for the last 45 years, we do an outing for a week in Las Vegas. Lots of fun and great golf! Promotion Open to everyone Membership Size: Description The primary purpose of the SBMCG is to encourage, promote and advance the game of golf, to enforce uniformity in the rules of the game of golf, to establish a uniform handicap system for its members, to arrange dates and places for and to conduct tournaments.

Promotion The primary purpose of the SBMCG is to encourage, promote and advance the game of golf, to enforce uniformity in the rules of the game of golf, to establish a uniform handicap system for its members, to arrange dates and places for and to conduct tournaments. Promotion Monthly tournaments at local area golf clubs. We are predominately Native American. We play mainly at Tukwet Canyon in Beaumont. We hold a Tournament every year in February.

Club Address Makli Rd. We hold monthly tournaments along with four yearly association tournaments. Description Sea 'N Air Men's Golf Club is composed of male active duty, reserve and retired military members, as well as male DOD civilian employees and retirees possessing a valid identification card; or any sponsored applicant approved and vetted by the board.

Guaranteed tee time every Monday and Wednesday. Guaranteed tournament tee time once a month. Establish and maintain an official handicap. Learn and promote the rules and etiquette of golf. Enjoy the beauty and aura of a Southern California oceanfront golf course. Enjoy the camaraderie of seasoned fellow golfers. Description Sea Pines Golf Course is recognized as one of the finest and most challenging executive 9-hole golf courses 5 par 3's and 4 par 4's in California.

From tee to green, the course is kept in excellent shape. The course offers stunning views of the Morro Bay Estuary, Morro Rock and protected rare coastal dunes. Driving range, chipping area and two practice greens available to sharpen your skills Promotion. Description Our golf club is open to golfers of all levels who desire to have an enjoyable time meeting and playing together with other golfers in the bond of Christian fellowship.

We have at least one event each month. We offer a way for the beginner to the competitive golfer to begin or maintain an official monthly golf index at an affordable rate. Promotion Our golf club is open to golfers of all levels who desire to have an enjoyable time meeting and playing together with other golfers in the bond of Christian fellowship.

Description Men at least 50 years of age that enjoy leisure golf during non -peak hours are the primary membership base. Monthly tournaments are held at many courses throughout Southern California Promotion Men at least 50 years of age that enjoy leisure golf during non -peak hours are the primary membership base. Description Sepulveda Men's club consists of two golf course - Balboa and Encino. Our members enjoy monthly away tournament and monthly home tournament.

Home tournament are during the week and away tournaments on the weekend. Description Establishment in , Our club holds many Regular Club events each month, which are fun, competitive and culminate in a Club Championship, normally held in September or October.

All events are played on a handicap basis, so players at all levels are welcome. Promotion Establishment in , Our club holds many Regular Club events each month, which are fun, competitive and culminate in a Club Championship, normally held in September or October.

Description Active Men's club, playing on Tuesday and Wednesday every week. We have currently active members.. For more info visit our Men's Club website www. With over members our club promotes fellowship, competition and a quality golf experience.

Description Open to all golfers, regardless of scoring ability and age. Description Welcome to both men and women in the club. Their schedules make weekend tournaments and tournaments with early tee times impossible to attend. We address that with weekday tournaments and later tee times. Golfers who don't work weekends and overnights are welcome to join also! Description We are a traveling club that plays tournaments occasionally but most of the time we play as a group of 10 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays in the Long Beach area.

Several players use the club for handicap purposes only. Description Golf Club formed for the purpose of having social and golf outings for individuals living within the Solera Community.

Must be residents of Solera. Description We offer monthly tournaments on Saturday's and 2 multiple day events. There are also several traveling events to play in. The club's primary pillars are affordability, inclusiveness and ease of participation all done online. The club maintains a fun and light culture and seeks golfers of all ages and abilities. Club Address Keats St.

Our members are 50 and over. Our dues are inexpensive and we play the first and third Monday of every month. Once a month we run an internal club competition for low net and closest to the pin contest. Once a quarter, we have a scramble for our members. Description Nine hole course guaranteed tee times on Weekend Starting at 7: Great clubhouse Club Address Fanwood Ave.

We offer Friday morning tee times and a variety of fun tournaments during the year. We want to promote good fellowship with a high standard of sportsmanship as golfers. Members come from all over Southern California. As we have no home course, monthly club tournaments are held at various courses throughout the greater Southern California area. Since then there have been hundreds and hundreds of individuals that have played in this league.

None of the original teams are active anymore, but we continue with the same spirit of maintaining a competitive, yet recreational golf league for players of ALL calibers.

Description Friendship, handicap, monthly tournaments, belong to an association 9 Chapters. We have 5 association events a year. The main activities of the club are weekday leagues during the summer, and weekend and occasional weekday tournaments scheduled about every two to four weeks throughout the year. Regular Club tournaments are competitive and culminate in a Tournament Championship, normally held in September or October. Description We are an affiliate club which is made up of people who worked together for a time, and new members added in the past few years.

We get together when we can half of our members are in San Diego and half in the LA area. We charge only what the SCGA charges us. Description Whether you have been golfing your entire life, or have just begun to appreciate the game, Steele Canyon Golf and Country Club offers a membership option that suits you. Our challenging course and friendly staff ensures our members will enjoy bringing guests out for a drink, as well as perfecting their game. Promotion We are a fun loving group of mostly retired and semi-retired men from all walks of life, but welcome men and women of all ages to join.

Come on out and enjoy the camaraderie and play a round with us! Promotion We are women who enjoy playing in a relaxed, supportive atmosphere. All level of players are welcome! No one is "not good enough" to play with us! Lunch afterwards is always an option where we share our joys and woes! Description Suncrest CC, One of the best kept secrets in the desert. Description Suncrest Ladies Golf Club is a nonprofit organization. We hold weekly 18 and 9 hole tournaments and annual Club Championship Tournaments.

We hold social and golfing activities as the membership may desire. Our officers are committed to serving our members and making the best decisions for the betterment of our club. Club Address Country Club Dr.

Description Our club currently has 40 members. We are located in the Santa Barbara area. Description We have a large group of friends that do not have GHIN numbers and who want to be involved with a club.

Our golf activity for the first year we hope to include 2 to 4 fun events and then grow from there. With holes of golf, full locker rooms, bag storage, and more, the Founders Club at Sycuan offers all of the private club amenities at a fraction of the cost of a traditional private club.

As a non-equity club, you will never be accessed for any capital improvements or revenue shortfalls. We do not require monthly food, beverage or merchandise purchases, saving you thousands of dollars a year.

As a Member of our Founders Club you will receive the following benefits and countless years of memories. Description Social golf club, set up for comraderie and fellowship. We conduct bi monthly tournaments with rotatating trophy and individual trophies for player of year etc.

Description Men's Golf Club with weekly tournaments. We partner with the best courses of the greater Ventura County to provide our golf community a means to connect and compete amongst each other in flighted, net tournaments on the first Saturday of every month.

Our membership comprises scratch, low handicap and high handicap golfers and many enjoy participating in tournaments, club team play, and skin games. Promotion A group of friends and family that meets most Sundays for golf and fun in the Inland Empire. Don't get too serious, but play by the rules. Yearly two day event out of the immediate area. And a yearly Championship at the end of the year.

Promotion Gauchos and Gaucho friends who love golf! The club conducts a series of tournaments annually. With the game of golf, we can put aside our differences and play the sport that honors equality and friendship.

Learning and playing the game while honoring its traditions, rules and promoting equality through the game of golf. Description The Links at Summerly is a stunning par, nearly 7,yard links style course designed by renowned golf course architect Cal Olson.

The layout was designed to fit seamlessly into the landscape - incorporating natural mounding, pristine rolling terrain and three miles of Scottish-style burns to provide the look and feel of traditional links-style courses of the British Isles.

Weekly events at course. The club is not aligned with a golf course so all tournaments are on different courses. The club is open to all golfers who like to have fun. Current Membership is around 70 golfers. We have 7 net tournaments, 1 scramble and 1 partner tournament. In addition there is a match play event and 2 get aways to Las Vegas.

Description We play 12 events a year with a 2 day club championship tournament in May. We also play off Saturdays at various locations and have a skins game every Wednesday. Guests are always welcome. Promotion We play 12 events a year with a 2 day club championship tournament in May.

Promotion Tiny Putters Golf League is a social club for anybody who wants to swing the sticks, crack a beer and enjoy one of the greatest games on earth. We want the league to always be comprised of golfers of every skill level. Promotion The club is over 80 members strong and open to Toyota associates as well as their friends and relatives. We do not have a home course so tournaments are scheduled at a variety of Southern California venues throughout the year.

Club Address Monteverde Dr. Offer Index maintenance and some tournaments. Promotion We have about members each season and we play on Tuesday afternoon. We love our golf club and enjoy playing with different foursomes each week.

The club also provides a great meeting place to find new golfers to play with. We also enjoy the 19th hole after play. Description Membership is open to women who are residents of, or property owners at, Trilogy at Glen Ivy Community. Join in on the fun and competition. Event format varies weekly with cash and script prizes. Wednesday play is usually 'show up and sign up', so no need to pre-register. Come out an join us for the fun and competition.

Membership is available to UCSD students, faculty, staff, family members, retirees, alumni and supporters. Monthly tournaments are held at various course around San Diego County.

Promotion Our club plays once a month locally around San Diego and has a Major Tournament every 3 months with an award presentation afterwards. Our members Handicaps range from a 34 to a 6. We strive to play by the rule book but we also emphasize to have fun as well. Par 70 course set against the beautiful Mt Baldy Mountains. Not the longest course in the Inland Empire, but offers narrow fairways and challenging greens.

Promotion Our club is all about friendly competition. Members enjoy monthly tournaments, SCGA Team Play, skins games 5 days a week including monthly away games, and reserved tee times on Saturday and Sunday. Description Monthly tournaments held on Sundays, as well as out-of-town golf trips approximately times per year.

Description This is a group of men ranging in age from 55 to the 80's who truly enjoy the game of golf in an informal and fun atmosphere with a touch of competition mixed in.

Our tournaments are set up in flights according to handicaps, so you can be competitive whether your handicap is 3 or the maximum Description We are all ages 55 or older. We try and walk a course once a month in a stroke play competition. Some can no longer walk so they ride. We are a small group with 20 members. We usually get 12 players each month but would like to increase that to at least One member each month hosts by selecting the course to be played and securing the tee times.

We also have a skins game along with the stroke play competition. Description The Waterfront Golf Club has been in existence since the late 's. Promotion Full Service Golf Facility offering: Featuring monthly home and away tournaments, seasonal golf outings and SCGA qualified events throughout the year at various locations.

The club has since grown and is now open to any fellow golfer who wishes to be part of the comradery to enjoy the sport of golf. The club also has an after work golf league that runs typically during the months of daylight savings time.

Membership includes discounts on the monthly tournaments, access to a whole in one fund to celebrate if a member scores a hole in one on any tournament or league play round, as well as the standard SCGA benefits including a USGA handicap. Description The Woods Valley Golf Club is a facilities men's golf club that also enrolls women golfers.

Members also enjoy various discounts in the pro shop. JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address: General meetings are held in our banquet facilities at 7: Is it more humane to go by a stroke of a blunt machete than by a whiff of Zyklon B?

The Khmer Rouge murdered at least 2 million Cambodians between and Is it more humane to die by wallops from a Cambodian pickaxe handle than by a bullet from a German Mauser? Inscription on the back in German: There is a special horror attached to the Third Reich, because those were 20 th century Europeans, Christians, and in many ways the smartest, most civilized people on Earth. But the Holocausts do not prove that Whites are worse than other people, just that they are no better.

The history of the Third Reich also proves that with the right formula of economic blowup, misery and humiliation, sparked by charismatic evil, no people are immune to such horror, at no time. Our Norwegian correspondent The Observer sends his translation of an article and interview with two respectable high-profile Muslim leaders in Oslo, who have strongly negative opinions about Jews and the worldwide Jewish conspiracy. A new trend seems to have developed in the Islamic community in Norway: It should also be pointed out that this is the same mosque that the Norwegian police apologized so profusely to last year for the fact that we have freedom of speech in Norway.

The translated article from Dagsavisen:. Many Norwegians have a negative view on Islam due to Jewish domination of the media. We are visiting Central Jamaat-e Ahl-e Sunnat, the mosque with the largest member base in Norway, to talk to its spiritual leader.

The mosque was founded in and currently has more than 5, members. The Imam begins by explaining that all three heavenly religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, are sacred to them.

Many people are unaware of this fact, says Sarwar. Both of them believe that the school visits confirms their views that Norwegians in general have an inaccurate impression of Islam and Muslims. People are ignorant because they get their information from the media, and the media only write negatively about Islam.

Only a handful of people were behind the movie about Mohammed in the U. So who was financing them, who was backing them? A big tip of the Bodissey pickelhaube to our commenter Jolie Rouge, who has provided us with a brand new acronym. Note the aggressor is not named other than by geographical location e.

North Africa, Afghanistan and surprisingly the inclusion of Turkey. I think JIM could have great utility for our enterprise: Who will be the first major Western politician not counting Geert Wilders to break the greatest cultural taboo of our time, and mess around with JIM?

Yesterday a group of Al Qaeda terrorists assaulted a natural gas plant in Algeria and killed two foreigners while taking 41 other hostage. Today Algerian special forces staged a helicopter raid on the plant, killing a number of the hostages — between six and 34, depending on whose figures you believe — in the process of taking out the terrorists.

Among the foreign hostages were American, British, French, and Japanese nationals. In other news, Germany has begun repatriating its foreign gold reserves, which are stored in vaults in Paris, London, and the United States. The following article tells a brief tale about immigrant-on-immigrant violence in Cologne, with Muslims of immigrant background dealing it out and Russian immigrants as victims.

It shows the attempts by a Turk to protect a Russian family and being killed for his trouble. The translated article from Quotenqueen:. Two criminal foreigners, free to terrorize their neighbors despite drug-related and violent crimes, killed a Turkish husband and father who tried to get them to behave.

It happened in a sector of the city called Bickendorf — a district notorious for years for immigrant violence and bordering on the thoroughly Islamized Ehrenfeld.

But no one was killed. The Spanish government recently revoked his status as a political refugee in Spain, and he is due to be deported to Pakistan, where he will face the death penalty for blasphemy.

There is currently a push to persuade the Canadian government to grant him and his family political asylum. Firasat was interviewed recently on Alerta Digital TV. The video below shows the third part of the interview, and includes segments in English of a statement by Terry Jones. Part 1 , Part 2. Many thanks to our Spanish correspondent Hermes for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling:. That means I am watching big, fat flakes accumulating on everything — though the driveway is still clear.

Prior to that, we awoke this morning to heavy rains. It is our good fortune that there was never any period of transitional ice. Why am I talking about the weather, you ask? Because this heavy wet snow may well eventuate in a power outage. Should that happen we would have no way to tell you why when, once again, no one seems to be home. And thanks to the generosity of our donors several years ago, we installed a gas cook stove so we can cook and have — thank heavens, again — hot coffee during the outage.

Yes, we are careful regarding the possibility of carbon monoxide poisoning if we were to use the stove for heat.

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