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Community & Clubs: The latest on healthcare from Hoag

March 19, 2013|By Jim de Boom

You are invited to Wednesday's Newport-Mesa-Irvine Interfaith Council luncheon for a presentation on the effect of the new healthcare laws on you, your doctor and your hospital. The presentation will be made by Robert Braithwaite, chief operating officer of Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian. The luncheon will be held at Hoag's conference center on the lower campus, Room CC2. Enter the lower campus off Pacific Coast Highway. Registration begins at 11:45 a.m., followed by a 12:10 p.m. luncheon, 12:40 self-introductions, 12:50 program and adjournment by 1:30.

RSVP your attendance to nmiinterfaith@aol.com or call (760) 641-0301. The cost of the meeting, which includes lunch, is $12 with reservation, $15 without reservation.

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Dancing for Tomorrow

The Assistance League of Newport-Mesa presents Dancing for Tomorrow's Stars on Saturday at the Grove of Anaheim. It is a ballroom dancing competition featuring community leaders paired with professional dancers. The celebrity dances are Ray Eldridge, Stephanie Argyros, Shawn Weatherly Harris, Christopher Gialanella, Elizabeth An and Gordon Orsborn. For ticket information, call (949) 645-6929 or go to http://www.alnm.org.

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Service Clubs gaining new members

A.J. Thielen, president of the Rotary Club of Newport-Balboa, reports that six new members have joined in recent months. Those joining the Thursday evening Rotary Club meetings are Diane Daruty, who was sponsored by Dan Hoffmann; Dave Hodges and Laina Sullivan, who were sponsored by Thielen; and Jerry Klemmer, who was sponsored by Bill Hossfeld. Also, former member Richard Oberreiter has rejoined the club. According to Thielen, two more potential members will be inducted shortly.

Not to be outdone, Mike Scheafer, president of the Costa Mesa-Newport Harbor Lions Club, reports that the Multiple District Lions convention in Sacramento announced good news for his club. It was recognized as one of the top 20 Lions Clubs in California for membership growth. Rumor has it it was actually in the top five clubs for net member growth.

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Hootenanny at Oasis

The Oasis Senior Center in Newport Beach hosts a free Sing & Pick Hootenanny Group that meets from 1 to 3 p.m. Fridays, excluding holidays. The members welcome anyone who is retired and interested in singing and playing American folk, bluegrass, country, blues and jazz songs to come join them.

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