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Rotarians unveil butterfly sculpture

May 07, 2005

From the thought for today, provided by Greg Kelley of the Newport

Mesa Irvine Interfaith Council: "Everyone has two names. The one they

are born with and the one they make for themselves."



Help your community and the world through a service club. Service

club membership can be an extension of one's religious beliefs or


congregational affiliations.

The public is invited to attend any of the following service club

meetings this week to learn more about opportunities for service:


7:30 a.m.: The 48-member Newport Beach Sunrise Rotary Club meets

at the Five Crowns restaurant to hear about Project Cuddles


Noon: The Rotary Club of Costa Mesa meets at the Holiday Inn to

hear Phil Arst discuss the new "Donate Life" and "One Legacy"


6 p.m.: The Costa Mesa Newport-Harbor Lions Club meets at the

Costa Mesa Golf and Country Club.


7:30 a.m.: The Newport Harbor Kiwanis Club will meet at the

University Athletic Club.

Noon: The Exchange Club of the Orange Coast meets at the Bahia

Corinthian Yacht Club for Youth of the Year awards.

6 p.m.: The 50-member Rotary Club of Newport-Balboa meets at the

Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club for the City of Newport Beach track and

field awards presentation (


7 a.m.: The 20-member Costa Mesa Orange Coast Lions Club meets at

Mimi's Cafe.

Noon: The 50-member Costa Mesa Kiwanis Club will meet at the

Holiday Inn ( costamesa); the 50-member Kiwanis

Club of Newport Beach/Corona del Mar meets at the Bahia Corinthian

Yacht Club; the 85-member Exchange Club of Newport Harbor meets at

the Nautical Museum to hear David Glen discuss documentary filmmaking

(; the 100-member Rotary Club of Newport

Irvine meets at the Radisson Hotel for the Newport Beach Police

Awards (

* COMMUNITY & CLUBS is published Saturdays in the Daily Pilot.

Send your service club's meeting information by fax to (714) 921-8655

or by e-mail to

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