The District 4L4 Lions Sight and Hearing van will be at all Newport-Mesa Unified Schools in the next two months to examine students' hearing and eyesight. Chaired by Joan Parks of the Harbor Mesa Lions, members of all three Lions clubs in the area will deliver the van to local schools to enable campus nurses to screen the students. The van was recently refurbished and equipped with state-of-the-art equipment. Lions International has always focused on sight and hearing and the quest to prevent blindness. This project is just one example of the work that the organization does for communities. Clubs in the district raise funds for this project during the year with various events. For further information about the Harbor Mesa Lions, check out their website at nhcmlionsclub.com, or to learn about the Lions District go to district4l4.org.
Election night dinner
The public is invited to join friends and family members of the Costa Mesa Historical Society who will be dining on Tuesday, from 4 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. at the Newport Rib Co. as they raise funds for the society's activities. The Newport Rib Co. will donate 20% of the entire bill to the society if you mention that you are there for the fundraiser. The restaurant is at 2196 Harbor Blvd., Costa Mesa.