Women’s Club Luncheon: March 9, 2017 at 12:00 in the Clubhouse

At our luncheon meeting on March 9, the spotlight will focus on the Irvine Barclay Theater. Karen Drews Hanlon and Lori Grayson will speak about the status of the performing arts and present the fabulous schedule of plays, concerts, dance and special events at the Irvine Barclay. The theater is donating two tickets to two separate events during the months of March and April (four tickets total) as complimentary prizes at our luncheon.
On March 16, the Monarch Beach Resort will host our members for a “Tour and Happy Hour” at the resort. The tour is from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. and Happy Hour will follow. The cost is $25 per person, which includes a specialty drink and hearty appetizer. Members may invite guests as well. The event is limited to 45 people. If you’d like to attend, make out your check to Niguel Shores Women’s Club and turn it in to the Niguel Shores Office by March 13 at noon. For questions, contact Tina Fornadley go4it@cox.net or Carol Kuhn (949) 496-0814.
We’ve enjoyed so many excellent activities, programs, and luncheons together over the months since our 2016-2017 year began last June that we feel it’s worth a recap for those who took part and also for those who may have missed an event.
Starting back in July, do you remember the great hot dogs our team provided for the Shores Independence Day celebration? Were you at our opening luncheon meeting in September when Lieutenant Eric Ledesma spoke on homeland security in our ports? And what about October when Ray Martin Associates gave us an update on Medicare programs? November brought us decor and remodeling ideas from the Laguna Design center, and in December everyone enjoyed our festive Holiday Party complete with Dana Hills High entertainers and our men friends tending bar. Lots of fun there! We opened the New Year with a visit from Natalie Hudgens of the Monarch Beach Resort, who described all their amenities and gave out resort prizes. Then, last month, we learned ways to care for our ill or elderly loved ones from a panel of speakers representing Comfort Keepers for inhome care, Atria San Juan for assisted living, and Sterling Placements for board and care.
—Sandy Homicz

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