||February 2, 2006
The Social Butterfly
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Are you a couple who have
been married 50 years or more? If so, the Escondido Woman's Club and the
Escondido History Center have joined together to invite you for a special event
to salute couples who have been married 50 years or more. The event is Sunday,
February 12, from 2pm-4pm, at the Woman's Club of Escondido, 751 No. Rose,
The Escondido History
Center is celebrating its 50th Anniversary and the Woman's Club its 95th year by
honoring couples for their love and devotion of 50 years or more. For more
information, call 743-8207 or 489-9483.
Mandolin Orchestra to
On Sunday, February 5, at
3pm, the San Diego Mandolin Orchestra will present a Music Series Concert at the
First United Methodist Church, 341 So. Kalmia St., Escondido. There will be a
The orchestra is directed
by Jim Trepaso, and they will perform a variety of selections from classical,
contemporary and ethnic music. For more information, call Shirley Whipp or Joan
Greeno at the church office, 745-5100.
Outreach Auxiliary Donates to Lifeline Service
The Outreach Auxiliary of
the Assistance League of Inland North County has donated over $500 to provide
the Palomar Pomerado Health's Lifeline Service to three low-income senior
citizens in North San Diego County and PPH matched the funds. Because of the
lifeline service, many people can now maintain their independence with
confidence knowing that if they need help and can't get to a phone they can
simply press the Lifeline button they wear and help will be available.
Allen, Lifeline Coordinator, Lillian Baker, one of the recipients of Lifeline
Service, and Carolyn Clemmer, Chairman of Outreach Auxiliary of the Assistance
The Outreach Auxiliary of
the Assistance League was formed in 1994 to enable women with limited time the
opportunity to volunteer in a hands-on manner; to hold fundraising events to
serve the community, and participate in the Bargain Box thrift and consignment
shop at 2068 E. Valley Parkway, Escondido. For information on how you can
participate, call 746-7532 or visit the website at
Chuck Hanlen to Speak
at Woman's Club Meeting
The Woman's Club of
Escondido will meet from 11am to 2pm on Monday, February 6, at the Clubhouse,
751 No. Rose St., Escondido. The guest speaker, Chuck Hanlen, will speak on
Lincoln's assassination. In addition, Dick Christie of the Senior/Community
Gardens will tell about that organization.
Seven past presidents of
the Club will be honored at the meeting. Luncheon cost is $8. Reserve with
Callie Zurcher at 743-5730.
Women's Fellowship to
Learn About North County Solutions for Change
The Women's Fellowship of
the United Church of Lake San Marcos will host Chris Megison of North County
Solutions for Change when they meet on Thursday, February 9, at the Lake
Pavilion. Chris will speak on the exceptional progress they have made caring
for homeless families in North County. This is one of four charities supported
by the Women's Fellowship.
Bring a cold buffet dish
for eight persons to share. For additional information, call Patti Koteles at
Andreas Klein to
Present Piano Recital
Lake San Marcos Chamber Music Society has lined up for your enjoyment a piano
recital by Andreas Klein with program selection from Mozart, Schubert, and
Beethoven. The event will be held on Sunday, February 12, at 2:30pm, at the
Schulman Auditorium, Carlsbad Library, 1775 Dove Lane, Carlsbad (one block north
of Alga Road, west of El Camino Real).
General Admission is $22; Students with I.D. $11. Tickets available at the door
prior to the event. For further information, call 945-3446 or 630-4360.
Contemporary Women to
Install New Officers
Monday, February 13, is the date the Contemporary Women of North County will
have their Club's Installation of New Officers and general business meeting.
Social starts at 6pm and the meeting at 6:30pm at the Wood House at San Marcos
Woodland Park. Prospective new members, friends and family are invited. For
more information, please call Laura at 945.8699, or check the website at
Midge Costanza to Speak
at Lake San Marcos Democratic Club
Lake San Marcos Democratic Club will meet Saturday, February 11, at 1pm in the
Lakeside Pavilion (Rec Lodge), 1105 La Bonita Drive, Lake San Marcos. The
featured speaker will be Midge Costanza, Director of the Midge Constanza
Institute which trains political candidates. Ms. Costanza's 25 years of public
service has been characterized by a strong social conscience and unwavering
support of human rights and civil rights issues. Guests are welcome, and the
meeting is open to the public. For further info contact Betty Ball (752-1035).
Women for Sobriety, a self-help group for women alcoholics, meets Mondays,
6:00pm, at the Kaiser facility in San Marcos. WFS is not a 12-step program.
For information, call Ann at 724-4474.
Twin Oaks Toastmasters meet every Wednesday at 12:05pm at the University of
Phoenix, 277 Rancheros Drive, Room 207, San Marcos. Improve your speaking,
leadership, ad hoc speaking, and presentation skills in a fun and supportive
group. Make this part of your personal development plan. For information call
April Horton at 505-5038 or visit
Marcos Joins Global Effort
Monday and Tuesday, February 13 and 14, the communities of Escondido and San
Marcos will host a V-Day benefit to raise funds and awareness towards ending
violence against women. The event will be a two evening benefit production of
Eve Ensler's award-winning play, "The Vagina Monologues" and will be held at the
Lake San Marcos Resort, Pavilion Room, starting at 7pm. This year the V-Day
theme is "Vagina Warriors: The New Revolution" and will honor three local
"Warriors" and highlight the work they are doing in the community. Last year
over 1100 communities hosted V-Day benefits around the world raising funds, and
have raised over $4 million through these performances.
Tickets are $20 and may be purchased with credit card at
Ticketleap.com or by cash or check, call
727-3820. For additional information, email
email@example.com, or the
website at www.vday.org.
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