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Twenty years before he joined Rotary International, Rick Mendoza discovered a world underwater after he slipped into the waters that crashed against the shore a block and a half from his Palos Verdes home.
It was the mid-1960s, and marine explorer Jacques Cousteau’s documentaries gave Mendoza an idea what to expect when he donned snorkel gear and looked beneath the waves.
“I always wondered what was under the water,” Mendoza said, “and it was exciting to look down and see the sea life.”
Malibu United Methodist Church (30128 Morning View Drive) — Speaker from Japanese internment camp: August 21, 1 p.m. June Aochi Berk will speak about her experience in a Japanese internment camp following WWII. Refreshments will follow.
Wednesday Night Dinners
5:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesdays. The church will cook free dinners.
The Listening Post
Malibu Presbyterian Church (3324 Malibu Canyon Road, 310-456-1611)
7 p.m., March 10. There will be a screening of the documentary “Everyday in Cambodia,” which highlights human sex trafficking and the work that Agape International Missions does to combat it. AIM founders Don and Bridget Brewster will be there for a Q&A, followed by refreshments and desserts.
Sunday Worship Services
9, 10:45 a.m. Sundays.
Pepperdine women’s soccer senior forward Rylee Baisden was named the West Coast Conference Player of the Week Aug. 22 after leading the Waves to a pair of season-opening wins over No. 20 Arizona and Kentucky on Aug. 19 and 21, respectively.
Baisden posted eight total points on the week, scoring three goals and dishing out two assists to lead the team. The Waves put up six goals on opening weekend, beating Arizona 3-1 then downing Kentucky 3-0.