Pebble Beach, California

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(Category:Pebble Beach, California) Category:Gated communities in California Category:Unincorporated communities in California Category:Unincorporated communities in Monterey County, California Shepard died of leukemia near his home in Pebble Beach (Pebble Beach, California), California on July 21, 1998


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attainment in the United States well-educated workers in the social service (education and health care), management and finance sectors. While Monterey County has a very large Hispanic population, Pebble Beach is more ethnically homogenous, with 91.4% of the population being White, 5.3% Asian, 2.3% Hispanic or Latino and 0.4% African American. The median household income is $99,788, with 54% with incomes between $50,000 and $150,000 and a little more than a quarter of households, 26.2

%, with incomes exceeding $150,000. Household income (Household income in the United States) figures, however, may not accurately reflect the area's wealth as 50.8% of households received social security income and 30.8% were retired. Less than half of the population 16 or over, 46.4%, are employed. Of those who work, the plurality (25%) are employed in the social service

, education and health care sector, followed by the management (15%) and finance sectors (15%). 2.3% of the population live below the poverty level (Poverty in the United States). The area's adult population is fairly well-educated, with 61% having at least a Bachelor's degree, and 98% having a high school diploma, compared to 25% and 80% at the national average, respectively.


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prewar and postwar collector cars in which they are judged for authenticity, function, history, and style. Classes are commonly arranged by type, marque (manufacturer), coachbuilder, country of origin, or time period. Judges select first-, second-, and third-place finishers for each class in the event, and the judges confer the "Best of Show" award on one car from the group of first-place winners. In addition, a group of honorary judges—individuals who have made significant contributions to the automotive industry or motorsports—award a number of subjective awards to recognize standout vehicles regardless of class ribbons, as well as memorial awards created to honor specific automotive industry personages. and two Challenge Tour victories, the 1998 Volvo Finnish Open and the 2000 Finnish Masters. An 18-year-old Gene Tierney, who was then appearing on Broadway (Broadway theatre), was offered the role of Velvet Brown in 1939. Production was delayed, however, so Tierney returned to Broadway. Tierney and Herskowitz (1978) Wyden Books. "Self-Portrait". pg.23 Much of the film was shot in Pebble Beach, California, with the most scenic views on Pebble Beach Golf Links, http: www.montereymovietours.com media_sacbee.html with some golf holes visible in the background.


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North in West Hollywood, featuring Asian presentations of French classical themes. He then moved to Hawaii, where he opened Roy's in 1988 and, with other local chefs, helped to pioneer the trademark of Hawaii Regional Cuisine. He is Hawaii's first-ever James Beard Award winner. After opening three other Roy's locations throughout the Hawaiian Islands, Roy branched out to the continental U.S. and eventually partnered with Outback Steakhouse, allowing greater expansion to areas

the abused, half-naked, African pygmy slaves into their current incarnation as dwarves of mysterious origin whom Willy Wonka adores. http: archive.hbook.com history magazine camerondahl.asp Since 1992, Golden Duck.org has presented the Eleanor Cameron Award for Excellence in Children's Science Fiction (Golden Duck Award) to the author of an English Language novel written for middle-grade readers. At the time of her death, her residence was in Pebble Beach, California. She

died in a hospice in Monterey, California on October 11, 1996 at the age of 84. "Eleanor F. Cameron, 84, Children's Author." (Obituary) The New York Times. October 15, 1996. Retrieved 2011-10-28. Besides winning the National Book Award for Young People's Literature, Cameron's other awards included National Book Award runner-up in 1976 for ''To the Green Mountains


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was on September 27, 1998. He was noted for his power, but also for his tendency to strike out (strikeout). He led the majors in strikeouts by a hitter in 1986 and 1988. He struck out 1,277 times in his career. He still owns the single-season NCAA home run record, with 48, and RBI record, with 143. From October 1972 to October 1973 a controversy spawned by Cameron over Roald Dahl's ''Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'' embroiled the pages of The Horn Book Magazine. http


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, California, on the west coast (West Coast of the United States) of the United States. College and amateur standout Clampett was born in Monterey, California. He attended Stevenson School (Robert Louis Stevenson School) in Pebble Beach, California. He based his early golf training on the groundbreaking and controversial book "The Golfing Machine", by Homer Kelley, who he worked with closely. From 1978 – 1980, he was a three-time All-American and two-time Collegiate Golfer of the Year at Brigham Young University. His important amateur titles included the Porter Cup, the Sunnehanna Amateur, and the Western Amateur. He also won the 1978 World Amateur medal, in team competition for the Eisenhower Trophy. He was the low amateur at the 1978 U.S. Open (U.S. Open (golf)) and 1979 Masters (Masters Tournament). '''Peter "Inky" Joseph Incaviglia''' (born April 2, 1964, in Pebble Beach, California) was a Major League Baseball outfielder. He was drafted in the 1st round (8th overall pick) by the Montreal Expos in the 1985 amateur draft (Major League Baseball Draft) out of Oklahoma State University, but was traded later the same year to the Texas Rangers (Texas Rangers (baseball)). He debuted in the major leagues on April 8, 1986 without having spent any time in the minor leagues. Pete played for 12 seasons from 1986 to 1998 with 6 different teams. His last game was on September 27, 1998. He was noted for his power, but also for his tendency to strike out (strikeout). He led the majors in strikeouts by a hitter in 1986 and 1988. He struck out 1,277 times in his career. He still owns the single-season NCAA home run record, with 48, and RBI record, with 143. From October 1972 to October 1973 a controversy spawned by Cameron over Roald Dahl's ''Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'' embroiled the pages of The Horn Book Magazine. http: archive.hbook.com history magazine camerondahl.asp http: www.metafilter.com 85868 Eleanor-Cameron-vs-Roald-Dahl Due to her criticisms of the book, labeled by Cameron as "sadistic" and "phony", http: archive.hbook.com magazine articles 1970s oct72_cameron.asp and the agreement of fellow children's author Ursula K. LeGuin, ''Charlie'' was revised by Dah's publisher Knopf to turn the Oompa-Loompa's from the abused, half-naked, African pygmy slaves into their current incarnation as dwarves of mysterious origin whom Willy Wonka adores. http: archive.hbook.com history magazine camerondahl.asp Since 1992, Golden Duck.org has presented the Eleanor Cameron Award for Excellence in Children's Science Fiction (Golden Duck Award) to the author of an English Language novel written for middle-grade readers. At the time of her death, her residence was in Pebble Beach, California. She died in a hospice in Monterey, California on October 11, 1996 at the age of 84. "Eleanor F. Cameron, 84, Children's Author." (Obituary) The New York Times. October 15, 1996. Retrieved 2011-10-28. Besides winning the National Book Award for Young People's Literature, Cameron's other awards included National Book Award runner-up in 1976 for ''To the Green Mountains'' and the Kerlan Award in 1985 for her body of work. thumbnail On the 18th green with a part of the 2005 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance prewar field. (Image:2005 Pebble Beach Concours Prewar.PNG) The '''Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance''' is an automotive charitable event held each year on the Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California, considered the most prestigious event of its kind. and two Challenge Tour victories, the 1998 Volvo Finnish Open and the 2000 Finnish Masters. An 18-year-old Gene Tierney, who was then appearing on Broadway (Broadway theatre), was offered the role of Velvet Brown in 1939. Production was delayed, however, so Tierney returned to Broadway. Tierney and Herskowitz (1978) Wyden Books. "Self-Portrait". pg.23 Much of the film was shot in Pebble Beach, California, with the most scenic views on Pebble Beach Golf Links, http: www.montereymovietours.com media_sacbee.html with some golf holes visible in the background.


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and two Challenge Tour victories, the 1998 Volvo Finnish Open and the 2000 Finnish Masters. An 18-year-old Gene Tierney, who was then appearing on Broadway (Broadway theatre), was offered the role of Velvet Brown in 1939. Production was delayed, however, so Tierney returned to Broadway. Tierney and Herskowitz (1978) Wyden Books. "Self-Portrait". pg.23 Much of the film was shot in Pebble Beach, California, with the most scenic views on Pebble Beach Golf Links, http: www.montereymovietours.com media_sacbee.html with some golf holes visible in the background.


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'''Peter "Inky" Joseph Incaviglia''' (born April 2, 1964, in Pebble Beach, California) was a Major League Baseball outfielder. He was drafted in the 1st round (8th overall pick) by the Montreal Expos in the 1985 amateur draft (Major League Baseball Draft) out of Oklahoma State University, but was traded later the same year to the Texas Rangers (Texas Rangers (baseball)). He debuted in the major leagues on April 8, 1986 without having spent any time in the minor leagues. Pete played for 12 seasons from 1986 to 1998 with 6 different teams. His last game was on September 27, 1998. He was noted for his power, but also for his tendency to strike out (strikeout). He led the majors in strikeouts by a hitter in 1986 and 1988. He struck out 1,277 times in his career. He still owns the single-season NCAA home run record, with 48, and RBI record, with 143. From October 1972 to October 1973 a controversy spawned by Cameron over Roald Dahl's ''Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'' embroiled the pages of The Horn Book Magazine. http: archive.hbook.com history magazine camerondahl.asp http: www.metafilter.com 85868 Eleanor-Cameron-vs-Roald-Dahl Due to her criticisms of the book, labeled by Cameron as "sadistic


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Monterey Cypress (''Cupressus macrocarpa'') last1 Hogan first1 C. Michael last2 Frankis first2 Michael P. year 2009 publisher GlobalTwitcher.com accessdate 14 January 2011 Furthermore, one of the pine forests in Monterey, California, was the discovery site for Hickman's potentilla, an endangered species. ''Piperia yadonii'', a rare species of orchid is endemic to the same pine forest adjacent to Pebble Beach (Pebble Beach, California). In its native range


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died in a hospice in Monterey, California on October 11, 1996 at the age of 84. "Eleanor F. Cameron, 84, Children's Author." (Obituary) The New York Times. October 15, 1996. Retrieved 2011-10-28. Besides winning the National Book Award for Young People's Literature, Cameron's other awards included National Book Award runner-up in 1976 for ''To the Green Mountains'' and the Kerlan Award in 1985 for her body of work. thumbnail On the 18th green with a part of the 2005 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance prewar field. (Image:2005 Pebble Beach Concours Prewar.PNG) The '''Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance''' is an automotive charitable event held each year on the Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California, considered the most prestigious event of its kind. and two Challenge Tour victories, the 1998 Volvo Finnish Open and the 2000 Finnish Masters. An 18-year-old Gene Tierney, who was then appearing on Broadway (Broadway theatre), was offered the role of Velvet Brown in 1939. Production was delayed, however, so Tierney returned to Broadway. Tierney and Herskowitz (1978) Wyden Books. "Self-Portrait". pg.23 Much of the film was shot in Pebble Beach, California, with the most scenic views on Pebble Beach Golf Links, http: www.montereymovietours.com media_sacbee.html with some golf holes visible in the background.

Pebble Beach, California

'''Pebble Beach''' is an unincorporated community (unincorporated area) in Monterey County (Monterey County, California), California. It lies at an elevation of 3 feet (1 m). Pebble Beach is a small coastal resort destination, home to the famous golf course, Pebble Beach Golf Links.

As well, The Inn at Spanish Bay and The Lodge at Pebble Beach and four of the eight golf courses inside the Pebble Beach community are among the local assets owned by the ''Pebble Beach Company''. Residents pay road fees for maintenance as well as Monterey County property taxes. Application of the property tax revenues is the realm of the Pebble Beach Community Services District, a public agency with an elected board of directors that manages essential functions including fire protection and emergency medical services, supplemental law enforcement, wastewater collection and treatment, recycled water distribution, and garbage collection, disposal and recycling. The community's post office is named Pebble Beach, as is its identity; whereas the U.S. Census Bureau aggregates census returns from Pebble Beach as part of the larger census-designated place of Del Monte Forest (Del Monte Forest, California).

Area open space is partly administered by the Del Monte Forest Conservancy, a non-profit organization designated by Monterey County and the California Coastal Commission to acquire and manage certain properties by conservation easement and, as well, as by fee title. The Conservancy comprises a volunteer board of up to 12 members working to preserve the open space within the Del Monte Forest. All must be property owners and residents of the Forest.

The ZIP Code is 93953, and the community is inside area code 831.

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