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November 21, 2007
A dinner will be served by the Salvation Army from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Thanksgiving at its Santa Ana Temple Corps church, 1710 W. Edinger Ave. The feast will serve those in need from various communities across Orange County. In order to complete the feast and truly serve the public good, the Salvation Army is looking for donations of turkeys, stuffing and other traditional foods for the dinner, as well as volunteers to help dish it all out. To donate or get involved, call Irene Castro at (714)
NEWS
May 9, 2002
Deepa Bharath A Superior Court judge is expected to decide soon who gets to keep Newport Beach resident Penney Sue Bolton's $1 million -- the Salvation Army or Orangewood Children's Foundation. When Bolton, a widow with no children, died in March 2001, she left most of her estate to her two favorite charities. But her estate involved two parts. There was no question about how $2.8 million of her money was to be divided because it was clearly stated in her will.
NEWS
June 15, 2002
Deepa Bharath NEWPORT BEACH -- An Orange County Superior Court judge on Thursday decided two charities squabbling over a Newport Beach woman's $1-million estate must split the money equally. The Salvation Army and Orangewood Children's Foundation went to court last month to ask a judge to decide which of them should get the money that remained in Penney Sue Bolton's individual retirement account. Bolton, a widow who had no children, died in March 2001, stating in her will that her estate be equally divided between two of her favorite charities: the Salvation Army and Orangewood Children's Foundation.
NEWS
B.W. Cook | September 29, 2010
Orange County philanthropists David and Darrellyn Melilli opened their coastal estate in south Orange County on behalf of the Pioneer School of Music. The late summer evening gathering attracted 125 guests, including a significant contingent of Newport-Mesa donors coming together to support the music programs of a school considered, "The best-kept secret in Orange County", according to Newport's dynamic Jan Landstrom . Part of the mission of the evening was to get the secret out. Landstrom and David Melilli both serve on the Salvation Army's advisory board, and the Pioneer School of Music is an adjunct to the Salvation Army where young people are given instruction in music.
NEWS
April 13, 2002
Deepa Bharath NEWPORT BEACH -- Two reputed charities have locked horns over a local woman's estate, court documents show. The Salvation Army and Orangewood Children's Foundation will go to court to ask a judge to decide who gets to keep Newport Beach resident Penney Sue Bolton's $1 million. Bolton, a widow who had no children, died in March 2001, stating in her will that her estate be equally divided between her two favorite charities: the Salvation Army and Orangewood Children's Foundation.
NEWS
December 18, 2004
Boycott Wal-Mart, not Target! The group calling for the boycott (the National Clergy Council) is composed of 5,000 conservative Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant leaders whose spokesperson, Rev. Bob Schenck is also on the board of the national Evangelical Church Alliance. He considers the Salvation Army's kettles to be "a powerful part of the true meaning of Christmas." Target has had a long-standing policy of refusing to grant access for solicitation to all other groups and individuals.
NEWS
October 18, 2002
GETTING INVOLVED runs periodically in the Daily Pilot on a rotating basis. For information on adding your organization to this list, call (949) 574-4298. SALVATION ARMY OF ORANGE COUNTY Individual and group volunteers are needed to help during the upcoming holiday season. Individual volunteer opportunities include being a Christmas warehouse worker, red kettle bell ringer or organizer for school, church group, service club, business or corporation volunteer sign-ups.
NEWS
June 23, 2002
When a dispute arose over a deceased Newport Beach woman's intentions on how to split $1 million between the Salvation Army and Orangewood Children's Foundation, King Solomon was nowhere to be found -- and he wasn't needed. An Orange County Superior Court judge was able to make the decision on his own. It was clearly the intent of Penney Sue Bolton to split the money evenly among the two parties. The Salvation Army had argued that since it was listed in Bolton's will as the "primary beneficiary" while Orangewood took "secondary" honors, the entire $1 million should go to the army.
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By Jim de Boom | December 4, 2012
Christmas has inspired great music from many of the world's great composers. So, as angels heralded the first Christmas, the Presbyterian Church of the Covenant will present a program of great selections performed by the choir, the Da Capo Orchestra, soloists, piano and organ beginning at 10 a.m. Sunday. Bach's Third Orchestral Suite opens the program and will be followed by Vivaldi's Gloria in Excelsis Deo, a contemporary cantata and beloved carols — music that will lift your heart with the joy and spirit of Christmas.
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NEWS
By Joseph Serna | December 23, 2011
NEWPORT BEACH - Last-minute shoppers at Fashion Island won't be hearing a familiar sound of Christmas. That's because the Salvation Army workers and their red kettles, stationed outside of Bloomingdale's and Macy's, have agreed to a request not to ring their bells. "You have to respect store owners, people," said Salvation Army Major Antonio Orta, who oversees the three bell ringers - their actual job titles - on the property owned by the Newport Beach-based Irvine Co. "We have to comply because we solicit on their premises.
NEWS
B.W. Cook | September 29, 2010
Orange County philanthropists David and Darrellyn Melilli opened their coastal estate in south Orange County on behalf of the Pioneer School of Music. The late summer evening gathering attracted 125 guests, including a significant contingent of Newport-Mesa donors coming together to support the music programs of a school considered, "The best-kept secret in Orange County", according to Newport's dynamic Jan Landstrom . Part of the mission of the evening was to get the secret out. Landstrom and David Melilli both serve on the Salvation Army's advisory board, and the Pioneer School of Music is an adjunct to the Salvation Army where young people are given instruction in music.
LOCAL
By Jim DeBoom | May 11, 2010
“All of them have been in jail. They made a mistake, or two, somewhere along the way. But they are trying to turn their lives around and become productive citizens,” said Rotarian Laura Dietz as she described a vocational service program of the Rotary Club of Newport Beach Sunrise for a rehabilitation group from the Salvation Army. Founded and chaired by Tim Brown, club president, and in its fourth year, the program has grown in stature and in recognition by the Salvation Army for its hands-on approach.
LOCAL
By Wendy Kaiser | January 12, 2010
  Soroptimist join with community partners to STOP Trafficking at several Orange County awareness events. Please join us to learn more about what is it and how you can help.   Help Stop Human Trafficking Call 1-888-3737-888 for info/to report concerns   HUMAN TRAFFICKING:  MODERN SLAVE TRADE ALIVE IN ORANGE COUNTY Congress Declares January 11th “National Human Trafficking Awareness Day”   “Trafficking thrives in the shadows, and it can be easy to dismiss it as something that happens to someone else, somewhere else.
NEWS
By Michael Alexander | December 29, 2008
Donors have saved Christmas for countless needy families, but what about the day after? Kids brought toys into school, families volunteered at soup kitchens, and residents throughout Newport-Mesa gave in record amounts to charities this year, many aid workers said. Still, though residents extended their generosity for the holidays in hard times, charity workers are saying that the need won’t end when the season does. While the need for extra help is increasing across the board, donations rose to match, said Elizabeth Evans, a spokeswoman for Share Our Selves, a Costa Mesa-based organization that provides a variety of services to the indigent.
FEATURES
By B.W. COOK | June 20, 2008
The Richard Nixon Presidential Library in Yorba Linda opened its formidable doors on a recent Friday evening for more than 300 guests from all over Orange County to celebrate the 2008 Salvation Army “Spirit Awards.” Warren Duffy , TV and radio personality, served as master of ceremonies. Duffy is one of the most recognized Christian voices on the Southern California airwaves, serving as an assistant to the Rev. Robert H. Schuller in addition to many other positions.
NEWS
March 31, 2008
Florence M. Chamberlain “KALIKO” was born Florence Marie Jewett, in Hilo, HA. She is survived by 3 daughters, Milli Palaferri of Tehachapi, Sandra Melim of Bakersfield and Roberta Chamberlain, who is awaiting her in Heaven. She has 5 Grandchildren, Carol Pearce of Modesto, Nanci Bryant of Eureka, Bruce Buehler of Houston, TX, Beth McCool of Tehachapi and Paul Buehler of Bakersfield. She is blessed with 14 Great Grandchildren ranging from 2.5 to 5 years of age. She was active in the Hawaiian Civic Club, a long standing member of the Kamaina Klub of Newport Beach, and while living in Leisure World, Seal Beach, she taught Hula and put on many Hawaiian shows thru out the community.
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