Sheckler golf tournament, Miramar Theater, ‘Adaptive Beach Day’ and more – Orange County Register

Sheckler golf tournament supports ‘Be the Change’

Celebrities and pro athletes including football’s Reggie Bush and basketball’s Klay Thompson teamed up with San Clemente skateboarder Ryan Sheckler at his golf tournament Sept. 9-10 to raise $300,000 for the Sheckler Foundation’s “Be the Change” outreach, the foundation announced in a news release.

The 10th annual Sheckler Foundation golf tournament, presented by Oakley, took place at the Monarch Beach Resort & Golf Links in Dana Point.

Proceeds will benefit “Be the Change,” a Sheckler Foundation initiative that helps organizations change the lives of children and assists injured action sports athletes.

PET OF THE WEEK: Meet Wink, a female gray Domestic Shorthair who survived a serious eye injury and now, after medical treatment and rehab, is ready for adoption into a loving home, with one eye. She loves to run around, play with toys and bask in the sun, her handlers say, and she loves the attention she gets. She would do best as the only cat in the home, the shelter says. Visiit her at the San Clemente/Dana Point Animal Shelter. 221 Avenida Fabricante, San Clemente, or call 949-492-1617. (Courtesy of animal shelter)

Public hearing on Miramar Theater renovation

A public hearing is set for 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19, at City Hall to consider plans to renovate San Clemente’s historic Miramar Theater and an adjoining former bowling alley.

The City Council will consider the landowners’ proposal to revive the cinema at 1700 N. El Camino Real as an events center, with five specialty restaurants to occupy the former bowling alley next door with shared seating.

Both buildings have been shuttered for decades.

The city, recognizing that the theater and bowling alley pre-date the city’s parking code, proposes to waive a requirement for 92 off-street parking spaces as a historic preservation incentive.

‘Adaptive Beach Day’ with a therapy dog

Stop by San Clemente’s Linda Lane Beach, 400 Linda Lane, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16, to see how therapy dogs can assist people with special needs.

The city recreation program is offering “Special Fishies Adaptive Beach Day” as a special event.

The program includes canine-assisted swimming, mock water rescues, beach games and retrieval exercises. The fee to participate is $40 per family.

Friday, Sept. 15, is the last day to sign up. Call 949-429-8797 or visit

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