Esther Kang

About Town in Manhattan Beach: Week of March 6

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FLOODED

Long anticipated rainfall early Tuesday morning leaves Polliwog Park’s playground in Manhattan Beach flooded. This shower preceded two heavy rainstorms later last week that brought much needed rain to the drought-stricken state. Photo by Bev Baird

Long anticipated rainfall early Tuesday morning leaves Polliwog Park’s playground in Manhattan Beach flooded. This shower preceded two heavy rainstorms later last week that brought much needed rain to the drought-stricken state. Photo by Bev Baird

7-Eleven suspended from selling alcohol

A 7-Eleven store located on the 1200 block of Artesia Boulevard is prohibited from selling alcohol until March 22. The state Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control issued the suspension last Friday because the store received two violations in the past year for selling alcohol to minors. In partnership with the ABC, The Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach and El Segundo police departments periodically conduct “minor decoy” stings at bars, restaurants and stores in their jurisdictions.

 Earth Day meeting

The city of Manhattan Beach and VOICE are inviting the community to a planning meeting Monday at 7 p.m. at the Manhattan Heights Community Center for the 22nd annual Earth Day celebration on April 26 at Polliwog Park. They seek volunteers to help coordinate food, vendors, information booth, children’s activities, promotions and more. Community service hours are available for students. For more information, visit greenervoice.org or email greenervoice@gmail.com.

s.a.g.e breakfast session invites BoB winners

This year’s Best of the Beach business owners are invited to s.a.g.e expo’s next complimentary breakfast meeting at Manhattan Beach Toyota on Tuesday from 7:45 a.m. to 9 a.m. The networking event, which will include a photo shoot for the BoB winners, is being hosted by M.B. Toyota’s Darrell Sperber. For more information, visit sageexpo.net.

South Bay Investment Club

For Investors By Investors (FIBI) South Bay Investment Club is hosting a networking event Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Belamar Hotel in Manhattan Beach. At this month’s event, several experts will share insights and tips on how to flip properties in any real estate market. A networking session will be followed by a panel discussion and a Q&A session. The cost is $20 per person. To RSVP, visit http://bit.ly/FIBISouthBay.

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