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Keller Williams Red Day 2011Keller Williams Realty’s “RED” Day 2011 is May 12, 2011

RED Day (Renew, Energize and Donate) is our initiative dedicated to celebrating Keller Williams Realty’s year-
round commitment to improving our local communities. Each year, on the second Thursday in May, tens of
thousands of associates from across the United States and Canada participate in a wide range of projects,
devoting our time to renewing and energizing aspects of the neighborhoods in which we serve. [click to continue…]

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Long Beach Harvest Calendar & Long Beach Farmers Market Schedule

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Signal Hill LifestyleThe History of Signal Hill

The namesake dates back hundreds of years; due to it’s higher elevation Indians used this land to spot signal fires to be seen by surrounding areas…all the way to Catalina Island! Late in the 1920′s a reputable movie production company took advantage of the lush parks for outdoor movie scenes.

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Ridgewood_Heights_LifestyleThe History of Ridgewood Heights

This neighborhood is conveniently located next to major shopping centers(mainly due to being nestled in Bixby Knolls) and has excellent access to outside areas being right next to the 710, 405 and 91 freeways as well as the Long Beach Airport!

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North_Long_BeachParks

This communities park named Hughton Park has many activities for everyone to enjoy and has grown immensely over the last 20 years. Having both a plethora of indoor and outdoor activities you simply can not go bored at this park. Some of the commonly used amenities include the skate park, baseball fields, basketball and volleyball courts, the senior center and adult/youth class programs.

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Los Cerritos LifestyleThe History of Los Cerritos

Los Cerritos community has a wide variety of items that make it unique but one that gives it a little paparazzi feel is the fact of all the different movies filmed in this small community that only consists of 27,000 acres! Some of the movies that were filmed in this city include Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Not Another Teen Movie, Donnie Darko and Red Dragon. Also being very historic this area of long beach was part of a land grant that dates back to the 18th century! Another noteworthy fact about this community is that in 2007 it received national recognition for being one of the 3 finalists in the Neighborhoods USA’s “Neighborhood of the Year.” [click to continue…]

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Cherry Cove

April 6, 2011

Parks The roots of Cherry Cove Park date back all the way to the 1940′s and since then have grown into and large recreational area the regularly atracts members of it’s community who seek it’s amenities. The park received many new additions in 1966 in thanks to the Los Angeles Safe Neighborhood and Parks Bond [...]

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California Heights

April 6, 2011

The History of California Heights This small community technically is still a part of Bixby Knolls but in actually is part of community call Rancho Los Cerritos; formerly Bixby Ranch; this community is unique in it’s own way and has it’s own feel the differentiates itself from it’s neighboring communities.

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Bixby Knolls

April 6, 2011

The History of Bixby Knolls Bixby Knolls is close to freeways, beaches and offer it’s own activities for the community to enjoy and neighbors other communities like Rancho Los Cerritos and the Virginia Country Club.

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Bixby Highlands

April 6, 2011

The History of Bixby Highlands This community of Long Beach offers it’s residents close access to Los Angeles freeways and centrally located around the Long Beach Airport.

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