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February 28, 2003
TODAY Basketball Community college men -- Southern California Regionals, first round: Orange Coast at Mt. San Antonio, 7 p.m. Wrestling High school -- CIF Masters at Fountain Valley, 2 p.m. Baseball College -- Baylor at UC Irvine, 6 p.m.; Vanguard University vs. Chapman University, at Hart Field, Orange, 3 p.m. Community college -- Saddleback at Orange Coast, 3 p.m. Softball Community college...
By B.W. COOK | March 27, 2009
A major serving of inspiration accompanied a luncheon last week at Big Canyon Country Club. The Fashionable Women of Chapman University held a “Film Makers Luncheon,” welcoming some 100 guests in support of Chapman University and in particular the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts. This was, however, not just another ladies luncheon on the social circuit. Amid the well-dressed women were four young men who had been invited as the special guests to come and share their story of a life-changing adventure.
December 11, 2004
B.W. COOK The Fashionable Women of Chapman University gathered in Newport Beach at the Ritz Restaurant for its 18th annual Christmas luncheon. The Saturday afternoon affair attracted a wide cross-section of community support, all steadfast believers in the Chapman University creed of offering students a value-oriented education. Chapman President Jim Doti, who has been credited with turning the university around and putting it on the national map of distinguished centers of higher education, greeted patrons at the Ritz Restaurant alongside his wife Lynne.
September 4, 2004
Bob and Nancy Robison Longtime Costa Mesa residents Bob and Nancy Robison celebrated 50 years of marriage Aug. 14 at home with catered hamburgers and pies and with music provided by Newport Beach resident Jim Roberts. Attendees included sons Todd, Glenn and Eric Robison, and their wives and children. Robert spent 17 years as an administrator with the Los Angeles City Police Department and another 17 years with the L.A. City Fire Department.
June 3, 2005
Elia Powers For his recent short film, "The Lost Art," Scott Peters decided to write and direct without dialogue. Still, Peters' voice -- and unmistakable sarcastic humor -- comes through clearly over the telephone. On hearing the news that his 10-minute film had been selected to play at the Cannes International Film Festival: "I was very excited. I bought a bottle of gin and went straight for the hills." On the small crowds at the three festival screenings last month: "If you were in town for this incredible event, would you go to a student showing?"
By Public Relations DepartmentCitizen Correspondents | April 9, 2009
Veteran development executive Stephen D. Christensen has joined Olive Crest Homes and Services for Abused Children as chief development officer.  In his new position, he will direct all of the organization’s multi-million dollar fundraising campaigns throughout Southern California, Nevada and Washington. “Stephen is a savvy and seasoned development executive who is comfortable in any fundraising setting, from the board room to the living room,” said Donald Verleur, Olive Crest CEO.   “He’s a great addition to our management team and a wonderful new leader for our fundraising initiatives.
By B.W. COOK | December 23, 2006
The 20th annual Christmas at the Ritz welcomed an overflow crowd of well-dressed and well-meaning supporters of Chapman University to what has become the most fashionable Christmas luncheon on the Orange Coast. And it's all very appropriate, since the luncheon is the holiday hallmark of one of Newport's very visible women's organizations — the Fashionable Women of Chapman. The event was sentimentally chaired by Charlene Prager , widow of the late great Hans Prager, the former owner of the Ritz, Newport Beach who originally welcomed the Fashionables at Christmas two decades ago. The torch has been passed to the new owner, Fred Glusman , who continues the charitable tradition with equal fervor.
By Joseph Serna | September 6, 2007
KOCE-TV introduced the OC Channel to the media Wednesday, a new PBS station that will offer full-time news and lifestyle coverage targeted to Orange County residents. The OC Channel will begin airing programs Oct. 24. KOCE has teamed up with Cox Communications, Chapman University, the Orange County Register, Time Warner Cable, Caltrans, UC Irvine and the Orange County Department of Education to produce and bring programming to the channel. “We have felt for years Orange County is underserved by the broadcasters.
December 27, 2002
Steve Virgen Thursday's first-round game was the calm before the storm for both Costa Mesa High and Rocklin, the two boys basketball teams that played against each other in the 38th Orange Holiday Classic at Chapman University. The Costa Mesa Mustangs (4-6) are sure to be disciplined by their coach, Bob Serven, after committing several turnovers and giving way to defensive breakdowns. Meanwhile, Rocklin, after its 86-47 win over the Mustangs, will face prep powerhouse Mater Dei. The Rocklin Thunder (4-7)
By: | August 16, 2005
Church members attend 2005 World Youth Day More than 90 young Catholics from Orange County are on their way to Cologne, Germany, for the 20th annual World Youth Day. The Diocese of Orange has organized the largest group in its history to attend the event, which begins on Aug. 19. St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church in Costa Mesa has the largest contingent. World Youth Day includes prayer sessions, ceremonies, classes and youth social events.
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