Volunteers helped rehydrate participants at the 2009 Nautica Malibu Triathlon. Malibu residents Tricia Tompkins and Shelby Olson offered a cool drink and warm smile to athletes during the second leg of the race. The Pepperdine students are volunteers with Young Life Malibu, a national non-profit group which seeks to impact teenagers’ lives through mentoring relationships. Young Life volunteers choose to volunteer at a community event each month as part of the group’s Serve-A-Thon project.
Sandor Vandor, Holocaust survivor and author of ST. ANNA REVISITED, presented the “Friedensmahnmal – Preis” (Peace Memorial Award) to Malibu Middle School students Sarah Stipanowich, Jacob Kagon, and Aaron Kagon. “Friedensmahnmal – Preis” is a worldwide essay contest for students enrolled in grades 8 through 13, and who are studying the Holocaust and inspired by reading the story of ST. ANNA REVISITED. For the 2010-11 school year, the 3 best essays were each awarded a 100 Euro prize.
In front of Malibu Arts Fest
TV Personality Tom Murro and Martin Sheen attend the after party for the premiere of “The Way” to benefit the Walkabout Foundation at the Imperial No. Nine at the Mondrian SoHo on October 5, 2011 in New York City.