30th Anniversary Experiences are events and activities to be held during
Leadership Long Beach’s recognition of our 30th year (2018-19)
of providing principled leadership programs,
growing and nurturing community leaders and
promoting the city of Long Beach.
Leadership Long Beach will offer opportunities that will be unique to LLB
and allow our alumni and supporters to enjoy their time together.
These 30th Anniversary Experiences will highlight and showcase some of the
exceptional, extraordinary and significant aspects of Long Beach allowing
our alumni and guests to be a part of some exclusive and memorable opportunities.
Good Food! Good Drinks! Good Fun!
Join us for summer evening fun as we host an End of Summer BBQ at the home of Councilman Rex Richardson (LLBI ’10) on Friday, August 31 from 5:30 – 8:00 PM.
Only $30 per person
On the menu:
The Long Beach Police Officers Association will be preparing a full Santa Maria style BBQ with Tri-tip Sliders, Ranch Beans, Salad and Garlic Bread and Hot Dogs for the kids. Soft drinks and
adult beverages available for all to enjoy.
Music from the LLB Alumni All-Star band
(Byron Bolton, LLBI ’13, Larry Ginn, LLBI ’04,
Dan O’Leary, LLBI ’15 and more).
Come out to enjoy this relaxing event with other LLB alumni, family and friends.
Have fun with lawn games while also indulging in a feast for your ears with live music!
Putt-Putt in the Knolls is a wacky & fun miniature
golf tournament for a social evening
in Bixby Knolls on Thursday, September 20, 2018.
The event will have golfers play
nine (9) miniature golf holes that are designed
and set up by business locations in Bixby Knolls.
Golfers will compete in this friendly and low stress environment,
which is more about socializing and engaging
themselves with businesses.
Join us for an exclusive, behind-the-scenes tour of one of the infamous Astronaut (THUMS) oil islands off the coast of Long Beach, plus a delightful lunch at the Maya Hotel with a view of the oil islands and the city.
Our private tour guide, Kevin Tougas, Manager of Oil Operations, City of Long Beach Energy Resources, will explain why and how these oil islands were built and how they continue to contribute to the landscape of Long Beach today.
After the informative tour, the group will head over to the picturesque Hotel Maya for lunch and special guest speakers.