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It’s always a great day to be an Islander. But for the Islanders Women Golf team, it was a great week to be an Islander, as the team cruised to a perfect 3-0 week that has spring boarded Coronado to an impressive 5-2 record early in the season.

To start the week the Islanders hosted Our Lady of Peace, or as they are more often referred to as OLP, at Coronado Municipal Golf Course. Leading the way for the Islanders for their Tuesday match would be Ines Izuzquiza as she posted a team-low one over par 37.

Only a stroke behind was Sophomore Bella Villarin who would also post an impressively low two over 38.

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The generosity of the Coronado community and other friends of Christ Church Day School (CCDS) will continue to benefit the School’s students and faculty in the next year. “The response to the CCDS 14th Annual “GolFUN” event has been remarkable,” said event chair, Joan Huck. “Our sponsors and donors have been so generous. It’s clear that they understand and appreciate how hard the administration, teachers, students, and parents have worked to maintain the School’s commitment to a quality education during the challenges of the pandemic.”

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The Rotary Club of Coronado is presenting its 25th Annual Jim Laslavic Charity Golf Tournament at the Coronado Municipal Golf Course on Friday, March 19, 2021.

The annual Jim Laslavic Golf Tournament began in 1998 and is played on the beautiful Coronado Municipal Golf Course located adjacent to Glorietta Bay with stunning views of the Coronado Bridge. The Coronado Rotary Club annual Golf Tournament is the first yearly fund-raising event for the club’s Foundation which supports over sixty projects each year with financial grants.

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Coronado’s City Council performed double duty last week, with their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday, May 5, 2020, followed closely by a Special Meeting called for May 8, 2020. How to best address business and economic issues presented by the continuing COVID-19 health crisis played prominent roles in both sessions.

The May 5 session lasted 34 minutes and included the passage of 11 items on the Consent Calendar, with two of them being notable. First, the 200-word limit for local candidate statements will continue at that level for the 2020 Presidential Election. Second, the Council approved the cancellation of the popular Free Summer Shuttle through the City for 2020, along with the 1,000 bus passes proposed for purchase to benefit residents of the Coronado Cays.

The balance of the meeting took the form of a series of updates from City Manager Blair King to the City Council. King began with a discussion of the City’s Lifeline Business Loan Program, which was approved by the Council April 21,

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The City is advising residents who have been using the Golf Course to walk or run that beginning Friday, May 1, the Coronado Municipal Golf Course is open on a limited basis to players only.

This means that it is no longer safe to be anywhere on the course, even on the outskirts, unless you are golfing or an employee. The City asks the community to abide by its posted signs along Glorietta Boulevard.

San Diego County’s public health officer announced that starting May 1, restrictions would be relaxed for parks and golf courses, allowing for them to be reopened if cities can enforce social distancing. Cities are required to create and post a plan for how they will do that. The City submitted its plan for the Golf Course to County officials and is beginning to implement a phased reopening of the Golf Course.

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Two stipulations at the outset of this article. One, Glorietta Boulevard from Fourth Street to Tenth Street, where it borders the Coronado Municipal Golf Course for the majority of that span, to me is the most picturesque street in Coronado. Second, if I were a homeowner on Glorietta Boulevard, I would appear at the podium of every City Council meeting in the near future, questioning what is going to happen to my scenic water view, until the details of the Golf Course Modernization Project are finalized.

According to City Director of Public Services and Engineering Cliff Maurer, the proposed $25 million capital project is the largest in Coronado since the projects completed by the city’s Redevelopment Agency were concluded. All redevelopment agencies in the state were retired via legislation passed in Sacramento which went into effect in 2012.

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Coronado Hospital Foundation, a nonprofit organization, hosted its ninth annual golf tournament at the beautiful Coronado Municipal Golf Course in support of Sharp Coronado Hospital on Sept. 12. The event, co-chaired by Carol Sommer and Chris Walker exceeded its fundraising goal of $150,000 and raised a net revenue of $165,000.

The tournament included a shotgun start, 18-hole, four player scramble format, a barbecue lunch, an awards ceremony and a buffet dinner. The weather was perfect - 36 teams teed off under sunny skies. “I don’t think it could have gone better this year. The golf committee exceeded its goal, golfers had a great time, and the Foundation team, golf committee and volunteers were all amazing,”

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Please join the Coronado Hospital Foundation on Thursday, Sept. 17, from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for a great day of golf in support of Sharp Coronado Hospital. Enjoy playing 18 holes at the picturesque Coronado Municipal Golf Course, 2000 Visalia Row, followed by a fun-filled evening that includes dinner, an awards reception and silent auction!

Tournament Schedule begins with registration at 11 a.m., a putting contests, beverages and lunch. At 12:30 p.m. there will be a shotgun start with a four player scramble format. At 5 p.m. a social hour will begin with a silent auction and opportunity drawings. Tournament awards and dinner will be at 5:30 p.m.