Movie benefit features Anonymous
The Exchange Club of Newport Harbor will hold its 21st annual Movie Screening benefit on the evening of Oct. 27 at the Lido Theater. The movie "Anonymous" will be shown the night before the movie is released to the general public. The movie is a political thriller advancing the theory that Edward De Vere, Earl of Oxford, penned Shakespeare's plays.
The evening will begin with a food festival at 5:30 p.m., followed by the movie showing at 7 p.m. Tickets prices have been lowered to $60 per person, and includes food and the movie. VIP tickets are $90 and include preferred seating and free parking.
All ticket holders receive a T-shirt, unlimited food sampling from sponsoring restaurants, admission to the movie and the warm knowledge that your donation helps prevent child abuse, according to club President Bob Wood.
For more information on tickets and the event, visit http://www.nhexchange.org or mail your check payable to "CA/NV Exchange Charitable Foundation" to P.O. Box 1022, Newport Beach, CA 92659.
Rotary vocational service project
At a recent meeting, Newport Beach Sunrise Rotary member Patricia Bintliff reported on a women's workshop that the club is doing with the Salvation Army. There are eight very special women in the program.
Rotarians John Hedlund, Paul Ingvaldsen and Bill Robbins were the coaches on the first Saturday of the eight-week program. Two Rotarians will work with each of the subsequent sessions at the Salvation Army Women's Facility in Anaheim.
Workshop sessions include "Creating the Master Application," "Elevator Speeches," "Interviewing Skills and Business Etiquette."
Thought for the Day
"Realize that there are not hopeless situations; there are only people who take hopeless attitudes."
— Norman Vincent Peale
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