May 24th, 2018
The Weekly Buzz Mail
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Do You Know What a District-Based Election System Means to HMB?

City Council Meeting is cued to the presentation by  on the process to change the City of HMB from General Elections to District-Based Election System.  AGENDA

On 3/6 the City of HMB was notified were in violation of the California Voting Right Act. It will cost $30k if HMB re-districts within 90 days. Much more, if we do not act.
Watch or listen to the PCTV video, then fill out your own map!

Live to Die Have You Planned Your Death?

Relax and listen to Michelle Dragony as she gently encourages you to plan your death, as she reads pages 19-26 from her book ~ Live to Die: The BirthDay~DeathDay Planning Process.

Other Stories: 

  • Rip Currents 101 ~ Watch videos and get ready for summer.
  • Sheriff Candidate 2018 Mark Melville podcasts
  • Superior Court Judge Candidate Rick Wilson podcast.

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Joe and Ellie Angelini Rock!
It wasn’t until she signed up for home economics at Half Moon Bay High School that her cooking skills flourished. And, perhaps not coincidentally, the class is also where she and her husband, Joe, fell in love.
Joe Angelini ~ Farmers Insurance specialist
The Angelini Family has been serving the Coast for almost 100 years.  We are always here to take care of you and your family.

Ellie Angelini ~ TBSP of Love Cooking School  
Helping others learn to cook is almost as great of a joy for Angelini as cooking itself. She started by teaching her four grandchildren to cook, and branched out into teaching classes. Now Angelini runs a business from her kitchen, teaching children age 5 and up and leading classes for adults. She also cooks for corporate events using ingredients from the coastside area, like Harley Farms goat cheese, Marilyn Johnson’s jams, and local Brussels sprouts.

She is expanding her cooking classes into six-week programs for children. The classes will start with basic kitchen knife skills and apply math and science to the kitchen. It’s important to Angelini to teach young children the lost art of cooking, as home economics classes become a thing of the past.

Rent a STORAGE Space for your Kayak, Surfski, or Standup Paddle.  Wood and carpet rack covered with UV netting. $50/month. (Paid quarterly). 


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The Fascinating Johnston Family and the House on the Hill

Join the Half Moon Bay History Association at its quarterly meeting on Tuesday, May 29th at the Portuguese Culture Center at 5:30 pm.

Mary Bettencourt, who has been a key supporter and docent with the Johnston House for many years, will share with the group the history of the adventurous Johnston family. In 1853, James Johnston, soon followed by his three brothers, arrived in what was then called Spanishtown. They brought dairy cattle to the area from the eastern United States and over the next decade they all settled in the area. The oldest Johnston, James, built the white “salt-box” house south of Half Moon Bay. The talk will also tell tales of the preservation efforts that led, after many challenges, to the restoration of this unique house and its opening as a historic site.

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Bedtime Stories ~ Scaredy Mouse

Scaredy Mouse and his sister, Nibbles, make their way to the kitchen where chocolate cake sits temptingly. BUT they have to avoid the big Ginger cat.  (“Ginger” is what English people call orange-colored cats, or red-headed people).

Scaredy Mouse is read by Ian Sarullo-Wood who is 16 and is going to be a Junior in High School.


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If you enjoyed listening to this bedtime story, you may enjoy reading it too. Find the book at Inkspell Books in Half Moon Bay!

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This series is produced in the studios. 

How to Use Bedtime Stories as an Independent Reading Tutor!

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