Thanks to Div. Secretary Amy Scheibel for
her notes used on this page.
from November DCM
Brea – the club donated a water heater to
the 13-5 organization which provides a mobile shower for the
homeless. The club donated to the Brea Olinda High School Life
Skills group as well as to the Brea Community Emergency Council.
They are just finishing up with their annual Spelling Bee and
continue to serve food to the senior citizens once a month. They
have kicked off their Toys for Tots campaign and the excess toys
they receive will be given to the City of La Habra for their
efforts. The club had two new members at the DCM.
Cypress – This time of year is a little slower for them.
Two of its members will be attending Fall Rally South. They will
have members at the Rose Float decorating/feeding. They have lost
Greater Anaheim – President Dan reminded everyone about
their Interclub Thanksgiving Breakfast at 7:30 Thanksgiving
morning. The President of Servite High School will be the
inspirational speaker. The club just completed their apple sales.
The club recently pledged $1,300 to the Boys and Girls Club for
science equipment and gave a $5,000 donation for another Anaheim
Book Mobile. They have lost two members with one prospect. Our
LTG Elect Ed Rairie has been experiencing some recent health issues
as well as Joe Dale. Please keep both of them in your thoughts.
Fullerton – Their November club meeting had a full
Thanksgiving dinner prepared for members and guests. They will be
having their Angel Shopping Spree on Sat., Dec. 2nd at Kohl’s in La
Habra. There is no change in membership.
Placentia – The club recently did pumpkin carving with local
children. They will be donating and serving pumpkin pies on
Thanksgiving. They have one prospect.
Highlanders – There is no change in membership. They have
made a donation to the City of La Habra’s Operation Santa. Their
annual orange sales start on December 10th. They may be coming
around to your club meetings during that time if you’d like to buy
any. Contact Rick McPeak if you’d like to purchase oranges for
your family or work.
La Habra – Club members participated in the City of Hope
Cancer Walk. They are sponsoring 14 Key Club members to attend
Fall Rally South. Five members inter clubbed with the La Mirada
club at their Reading Oasis Grand Opening. There is no change in
Whittier – The club helped out at the East Whittier Color
Run and a Coscto Drug/Alcohol event that raised $5,000 for drug
awareness. The club made lunches for the Abilities Expo and served
pancakes at the City’s Spooktacular race. They will be gathering
Christmas goodies for the Boys & Girls Club. The club is down one
La Mirada – On November 1st, the club held its Grand Opening
of the Reading Oasis at Foster Road Elementary. About 30 people
were in attendance, including Senator Mendoza’s office, members
from the La Mirada City Council, Norwalk La Mirada Unified School
District, Cerritos College School Board and many others. The
room will be officially unveiled to parents and students on Nov.
16th at their Thanksgiving event.
The club will be serving Thanksgiving lunch to
residents of L.A. Cade on 11/21.
The club will be going dark on Dec. 6th as it will
be participating in its annual Holiday Shopping Spree for
disadvantaged youth. Students will shop at Sears in Whittwood and
then be provided with a breakfast from Ruby’s.