Laguna Woods Village Promotional Video
Discovering Laguna Woods for January
Birth of a City
25th Anniversary Leisure World Story
Clubhouse 4 Is Born
My Life In Orange County
1972 Leisure World
Laguna Woods Village Promotional VideoLaguna Woods Village is situated in the beautiful Saddleback Valley of Orange County, Southern California, only 10 minutes from Laguna Beach and the Pacific Ocean. This area enjoys one of the world's finest climates.
Discovering Laguna Woods for JanuaryCyndee Whitney hosts Discovering Laguna Woods for the January 2017 show. Dean Dixon, the LWHC's President, shares about the organization.
Birth of a CityWatch “Birth of a City”. The history behind the incorporation of the City of Laguna Woods.
25th Anniversary Leisure World StoryWatch 25th Anniversary of Leisure World® Laguna Hills, now known as Laguna Woods Village. This video uses the audio track and slides from the 35mm slide show produced by the Laguna Hills Camera Club in 1989. Some pictures and captions have been added to add clarity.
Clubhouse 4 Is BornWatch “Clubhouse 4 Is Born” 1972 video.
My Life In Orange CountyWatch “My Life In Orange County”. Born December 1878 in Irving, Kansas, Nellie Maud Gail spent her life in several of the states. In Washington, she became a school teacher, but she often visited Southern California, where her father was a store keeper in El Toro. Nellie was initially not fond of Southern California. Coming from Washington, where the plant life remains lusciously green throughout the year, the brown, desert grass was distasteful. She was heard saying, “You couldn’t even give me this land!” But she would later eat her words when she met the recently divorced Louis Moulton, one of Orange County’s most eligible bachelors. This video tells the ‘rest of the story’.
1972 Leisure WorldWatch a historical story of Leisure World® (a registered trademark of RRLH, Inc.), now known as Laguna Woods Village. This 35mm slide show, produced in 1972-79 for the Historical Society of Laguna Woods, remains unchanged. The narrative is essentially that which was used from 1972 to 1981; minor changes have been made to add clarity.