The morning began with a conversation at Marymount California University on water resource issues facing Lake County, including the impact of invasive species, water quality, and the need for federal and state partnerships to improve water conditions, particularly in Clear Lake.
The Lake County Arts Council will present its all-star MusicFest at the Soper Reese Theatre on Saturday, Jan. 24. Special guest is Dr. Michael S. Brophy, president of Marymount California University in Rancho Palos Verdes, who will be performing on the piano.
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