September 27, 2007
The Orange County Fair & Exposition Center will host the Head to Toe Women?s Expo on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. More than 250 exhibits will cover aspects of modern womanhood, ranging from finances and careers to fashion and home decor. Two stages at the event will showcase the latest trends in hair and fashion, cooking demonstrations and a host of speakers. The expo?s ?Body & Soul City,? will exhibit the latest in salon and spa services, skin care, make-up, health management, and women?
January 3, 2004
WEATHER A much nicer day is in store, with the rains out of the picture. See Page A2 NEWS Something's not quite right with a new street sign in Newport Beach. See Page A3 THE CROWD CHOC follies VIII, "Blast Through the Past: A Musical Time Travel Trip," will hold auditions on Jan. 10 and 25 at the Sutton Place Hotel in Newport Beach. See Page A7 RELIGION In Theory addresses the question: When is it appropriate to give thanks?
December 29, 2001
CATCH THE SERVICE CLUBS AT THE ROSE PARADE: There are not a lot of service club meetings this week. Dozens of members of the local service clubs are, instead, spending many hours in Pasadena this weekend decorating their floats that an estimated 400 million people from around the world will see on TV. When you watch the Rose Parade on New Year's Day, take a look at the floats entered by Soroptimist International, Kiwanis,...
December 20, 2011
This is a busy time of the year for service clubs in Costa Mesa and Newport Beach. Some club members are ringing the Salvation Army bells and staffing the donation kettles at local shopping centers. Others, such as Exchange Clubs of Corona del Mar and Newport Harbor, are delivering food and Christmas gifts to families in need. Still others, partnering with their Interact, Key Club groups and are decorating their Rose Parade floats in time for the 123rd parade being held on Jan. 2 in Pasadena.
August 19, 2007
The first starter's gun for the 27th running of the Woodbridge Cross Country Track Meet will fire at 7:15 a.m. Sept. 15. The event, co-sponsored by the Newport Irvine Rotary Club and the school, will attract more than10,000 star athletes from 210 high schools in Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington to Irvine's Woodbridge High School for a series of 3-mile races George Varvas, Woodbridge coach, emphasized that for the second...
January 1, 2010
Local members of the Kiwanis, Lions and Rotary International service clubs donated their time over the past weeks to help decorate elaborate floats for the 121st Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena on Friday. Rotary International’s float titled “Service Above the Rest,” took home the Tournament Volunteers’ Award for Best Floral Design of Theme, 35 feet or less. The float, 16 1/2 tall and 25 feet long, featured a giant teddy bear wearing a doctor’s coat and holding a bouquet of roses.
December 16, 2007
People can complain about what is happening in our schools, but here is a chance to do something about it. The Fountain for Youth Program of the Rotary Clubs of Costa Mesa, Newport-Balboa, Newport Beach Sunrise and Newport Irvine will match up to $5,200 in contributions made by Daily Pilot readers. The donations will buy recreational reading books for kindergarten through third-grade students of College Park, Pomona, Whittier and Wilson elementary schools in Costa Mesa. A $10 contribution will be matched by the Rotary Fountain for Youth and buy five reading books.
April 19, 2010
Soroptimist and Zontas' LUNAFEST - Women's Film Festival 2010 SUNDAY - April 18, 2010 at Bower Museum from 5 to 8 pm. Be Prepared to Laugh... have fun, and enjoy ten women's films - by women, for women (and men) and about women. Soroptimist International of Newport Harbor Area and Zonta Club of Newport Harbor, both local women's service clubs with over 150,000 members jointly world wide, have partnered to bring LUNAFEST to Orange County. The event will share wonderful and compelling women's films while raising money for breast cancer (15% goes to Luna, the nutrition bar company who puts it straight to breast cancer causes)