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Hermosa Beach Police Chief Paul LeBaron prepares for a dunking at Fiesta Hermosa. Photos by Kevin Cody

Hermosa Beach Police Chief Paul LeBaron, and Beach Cities Health District CEO Tom Bakaly were in deep water, repeatedly, on Saturday, after volunteering for the Fiesta Hermosa Dunk Tank. They were joined by School Superintendent Jason Johnson, Mayor Mike Detoy, and council candidate Kieran Harrington. Sunday’s Dunk Tank volunteers are Solange Corner, of Cultured Slice at noon, Hermosa School teacher Danika Brown at 1 p.m., Chamber President Jessica Accamando at 2 p.m., Parks and Rec Commissioner Jani “I’m afraid of water” Lange at 3 p.m. and Curious’ Andrew Gawdun at 4 p.m.  The Dunk Tank is located in the Hermosa Beach Community Center parking lot, next to the Ferris Wheel and other carnival rides. Hermosa Fiesta continues through Monday.

Beach Cities Health Distgrict CEO Tom Bakaly shows he can take a dunking.


Candyland Carvival’s Paul McIntosh sends off a mother and her young child

South Bay Music Connection performing at the Carnival Stage.

Weis Katubadrau performs Saturday afternoon at Java Man during Hermosa Fiesta.



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