Men’s Club: July 2017 News

Our annual Independence Day Breakfast was its usual huge success. 529 people were served in only two hours, including 15 Young Marines. The food was delicious—blueberry pancakes, sausage, fresh fruit, coffee and juice. The secret pancake recipe includes fresh eggs, vanilla and the best ingredients the cooking team can find. Roy Dohner (again), and … [Read more...]

**Men’s Club Maintenance List: Updated as of July 2017**

Below you can find the link to the Men's Club Maintenance List coordinated and put out by the Men's Club. NSCA does not endorse nor recommend services of any kind.  Men's Club Maintenance List - Updated as of July 2017     Courtesy of the Moe Torabi & the Men's Club … [Read more...]

Men’s Club: June News

Mike Roberts and his team put out an amazing blueberry pancake and sausage breakfast on June 6. Yes, amazing, with the same excellent recipe we will use for the coming 4th of July breakfast! The Men’s Club encourages everyone in the community to join us from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Independence Day for our terrific pancakes, eggs, meats, and all the … [Read more...]

Men’s Club: June 2017 News

Our Scholarship Committee was pleased to receive applications from 14 very worthy graduating high school seniors. The scholarships were announced on May 18 with winners invited to attend the June 6 Men’s Club meeting. Congratulations to William Rosenthal and Jazi Jon, both of Dana Hills High School, who will each receive $1,000 toward their … [Read more...]

Men’s Club: May 2017 Update

The Men’s Club Cinco de Mayo+4 Party is planned for Tuesday, May 9, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Clubhouse featuring margaritas, beer, entertainment, and lots of delicious Mexican food. Tickets are open to all, first-come, first-served, and are going faster than an ice cold margarita. Eric Nelson, Chair of the Dana Point Planning Commission, former … [Read more...]

Men’s Club: Dana Point Development & OC Supervisor Speakers

Our Men’s Club has been privileged to have outstanding speakers. Many are community officials and leaders. Most are eager to speak to us because club members are informed, interested and some are community leaders themselves. I encourage men in the community to learn from and enjoy our speakers while enjoying a hot breakfast and socialization with … [Read more...]

Men’s Club: Architecture

The Men’s Club is starting our annual scholarship award process. Applications must be submitted no later than April 28, 2017 (See details below). On February 7, our guest speaker was Alan Hess, an architect and historian who has written nineteen books on modern architecture and urbanism in the mid-twentieth century. He gave a spellbinding … [Read more...]

Men’s Club: Connecting in the Digital Age

The Men’s Club started 2017 with our Club Secretary, Jerry Allen, investigating Carl Sagan’s famous prediction that there are more suns in the Universe than grains of sand on all the beaches of the earth. After a mind-boggling attempt to grasp the size of the universe, we concluded that the numbers of each are large, beyond comprehension (possibly … [Read more...]

Men’s Club: January 2017 Update

On December 6, our program was part of a twentyyear tradition in which the Blue Lantern Vocal Group from Dana Hills High School, led by Ray Woods, thrilled us with songs of the season. Our speakers on December 20 provided a very informative synopsis of the many issues associated with elder care. Mary Ellen Quinn, the owner of Eldercare Laguna … [Read more...]

Men’s Golf: January 2017

December is the month we look back at all the great tournaments and courses we have played. Over the last 12 months our group has nearly doubled. The Niguel Shores Men’s Golf group plays every Tuesday and we have had 20-24 players every week. We have a great rotation of course that are all 15-45 minutes from The Shores. This year we have played at … [Read more...]