Advertisement

Community & Clubs: Meet Mike Scheafer, the Lions king

February 25, 2014|By Jim de Boom

Longtime Costa Mesa volunteer Mike Scheafer will be honored with the 2014 Distinguished Alumni Award by the Estancia & TeWinkle Schools Foundation on March 22 at a dinner dance at the Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa called "Blues on the Bayou." Scheafer is a 1977 graduate of Estancia High School.

Scheafer has long been active in Costa Mesa sports and the Costa Mesa Newport Harbor Lions Club, having served as president a number of times and district governor in 1997-98. He has also served on city commissions. In his recognition to volunteer service to the community, Scheafer was inducted into the Daily Pilot Community & Clubs Hall of Fame in 2009.

In addition to the recognition of Scheafer, the 6 to 11 p.m. event includes dinner, dancing, an auction and casino games. Funds raised will be invested in Estancia High and TeWinkle Middle schools.

Advertisement

Tickets, at $85 a person, are available at http://www.etsfoundation.org or you can call Vicki Snell at (714) 904-1253.

*

120,000 trees and counting

The Rotary Club of Newport-Balboa will continue a long tradition by providing trees to all third-grade students in public and private schools in Costa Mesa and Newport Beach the week of March 3. The project is in recognition of Arbor Day and everyone's responsibility for the environment, according to club President Bob Merring.

On Sunday, Rotarians and family members and friends will gather at 1 p.m. at Newport Beach Fire Station 7, 20401 SW. Acacia St. in Newport Beach, to clean the 2,632 plastic pots that hold the saplings. The deliver of the saplings starts Monday, according to Arbor Day Chairman Jerry Klemer.

As the Rotarians deliver the trees to the students, they will share the history of Arbor Day and our collective responsibility for the environment.

*

Got a nurse?

Hoag Hospital's faith community nursing program will present the in's and out's of establishing or expanding a congregation health ministries program. According to Susan Johnson, manager of community programs at Hoag's Department of Community Health, the event will be held March 19 during a noon luncheon meeting of the Newport-Mesa-Irvine Interfaith Council.

The meeting will be held at Conference Room 2, on the lowest level of the Hoag Conference Center building. Registration begins at 11:45 a.m., with a buffet lunch served at 12:10 and the presentation by follow.

Daily Pilot Articles Daily Pilot Articles
|
|
|