Dolphin Winners for 2003

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The Malibu Times publishers, Arnold and Karen Portugal York, announce the 2003 Dolphins Awards, recognizing individual or group contributions to the Malibu community. As in years past, many of those being honored this year are more than just individuals or groups who have made a significant contribution to Malibu; they are in many ways the heart and soul of this city.

Carol Dillon

Eighty-eight years young and typical of a legion of Malibu’s unsung volunteers that keep our community functioning. She’s the indefatigable force behind 35 years of the Our Lady of Malibu yard sale.

Helene Eisenberg

A driving force behind the Friends of the Malibu Urgent Care Center, working continuously to raise money and support for an extended urgent care system in Malibu.

Pat Greenwood

Longtime tireless community volunteer and city hood pioneer, who has sat on a number of city boards and commissions and is currently a city Parks and Recreation commissioner.

Lily Lawrence

Local philanthropist and environmentalist who is deeply committed to Malibu and has heavily supported many causes and organizations such as the Malibu Film Festival, Heal the Bay, the local library, among others.

Malibu Kiwanis Club

For 22 years, the Kiwanis Club, with a small group of volunteers, has put on a major extravaganza-the annual Chili Cook-off, which year after year has raised large amounts of dollars for wide variety of Malibu youth causes.

Scott Robinson

A children’s friend and advocate who, as director of the Boys and Girls Club of Malibu since it’s inception in 2000, has guided the club’s expansion and growth while still being there to help many children in need.

St. John’s Hospital

For a number of years, St John’s Hospital steadfastly helped to support and expand the hours of the Malibu Urgent Care Center at considerable expense to the hospital. For the hospital, we give the Business of the Year Award named in honor of the late Harvey Baskin of Geoffrey’s Restaurant.

Jane Seymour

Actor, painter and community volunteer who personally participates in her community and has given unselfishly of her time and energy in support of many Malibu causes, particularly in the arts.

Kathy Wisnicki

Educational activist, past PTA president, PTA District Council Board member, co-chair of the successful Measure S campaign this past spring and supporter of prior educational ballot measures.