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Cheryl Kinsman Lauded as ‘Woman of the Year’

Nine outstanding women were nominated to be the Laguna Beach Woman’s Club 2014 “Woman of the Year,” and when the members’ votes were tallied, the woman selected was long-time resident and community champion, Cheryl Kinsman.

Kinsman served on the City Council for eight years, including one year as mayor and four years as mayor pro tem.

Kinsman currently serves as a commissioner for the Laguna Beach County Water District, treasurer of the Woman’s Club, is on Mission Hospital Laguna Beach advisory committee and serves as treasurer of the Laguna Plein Air Painters Association.

From: Laguna Beach Indy

Service Is a Family Affair

Cheryl's husband Michael Kinsman served on the Board of Directors of the Laguna Beach Chamber of Commerce for five years, served as President of the Chamber for two years, and received the Harry Lawrence Citizen of the Year Award in 2014.

Harry Lawrence Spirit of Laguna and the Person of the Year Award

The winner was a totally surprised Cheryl Kinsman.“If I had known I would have dressed up more,”

I am not usually at a loss for words, but I am speechless” the former mayor confided in accepting the award from long-time political ally Dicterow. Kinsman, who owns a business in town with her husband, Michael, was a popular choice for the award. “Normally when we vote on this, it is split, but for the first time it was unanimous,” Dicterow said.

From: Coastline Pilot

City appoints student to committee

Not to be outdone by his parents, Nicholas Kinsman, a 17-year-old junior at Laguna Beach High School, was appointed to the city’s recreation committee. Kinsman, the son of former mayor Cheryl Kinsman, said he hoped to unite the older and younger generation by working on the committee that focuses on recreation and park needs in the community. Nicholas is the youngest person ever appointed to a city committee

From: Orange County Register

Council recognized Woman’s Club for its K-9 efforts

This has been a community effort to return this worthwhile program back to the Laguna Beach Police Department and it wouldn’t have been possible without the support of the City Council and the assistance of Cheryl Kinsman and the Woman’s Club.

From: Stu News Laguna

From: Stu News Laguna

Laguna shines when it comes to giving

Tarnished Treasures is a bright spot on the holiday calendar. The annual white elephant sale and luncheon hosted by the Laguna Beach Woman’s Club raises funds for the less fortunate in our community. Mayor Cheryl Kinsman hosted two tables. Kinsman, who resurrected the luncheon when it lapsed a few years ago, chaired the event for at least the sixth time. She also offered the South Laguna offices of Kinsman and Kinsman as a drop-off for donations, not to mention her own donation of paintings.

From: Stu News Laguna

“What you don’t need may be exactly what someone else treasures,” said luncheon chair Cheryl Kinsman.

From: Stu News Laguna

Laguna Beach Woman’s Club: Treasurer

Initiated project to raise funds for Laguna Beach police dog Ranger

Chair of Tarnished Treasures Fund Raising Luncheon

Woman of the Year Award

Chamber of Commerce Harry Lawrence Spirit of Laguna and the Person of the Year Award

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