2nd Annual WSOC Golf Tournament
Monday, March 28, 2011
Click HERE to RSVP
(foursomes, single players - we'll find partners for you, and dinner/auction attendees)
THIS IS A FUN EVENT!
IF YOU ARE NOT A GOLFER, JOIN US FOR DINNER!
Special Thanks to our Sponsors:
Long Beach Container Terminal, Inc.
Windes & Mcclaughry Accountancy Corporation
Art in Education: Education in Art
A Lecture by Van James
Tuesday, March 29 at 7:00 p.m.
A Weekend Workshop with Van James
Friday April 1st 5pm -9pm (dinner break 6.30-7.30)and Saturday April 2nd 8.30 am - 1.15 pm
Click here for flyer about these two events
Next Tuesday-Friday bring your donations of
Used or new sleeping bags
Folding Camping chairs
New Diapers and Baby Wipes( No Cloth please)
Sanitary Napkins and Tampons
to the flagpole between 2:30 pm and 3:30 pm. Or to the office anytime.
All donations will go to:
Center for Women and Familes
Click here for the flyer
As you are all aware, earlier this month, Japan was hit by the largest earthquake in their history. As a result of the quake and resulting 26 foot tsunami, half a million people have been left homeless. Most are elderly or children. The scope of the damage along with the on- going radiation threat from the two crippled nuclear power plants means that there is no telling when they can return, if at all.
The WSOC community has stepped up to help! Our Japanese relief committee initiated a drive to get corporate donations of sleeping bags and other such items for transport to Japan. These simple gifts will make life in public shelter a little more bearable for the victims of disaster. I am very touched and encouraged by so many who have expressed their support. This community's thoughts, prayer and donations will comfort those who are suffering. When Masami Sensei returns, students will make WSOC prayer flags for the shelter we are helping.
If you can, please help us help those people who have lost their homes.
Thank you for your kindness.
Waldorf ParentSatomi Mackay
Second Annual Plant Sale
To Benefit the Grade 3 Gardening Program
Thursday, March 31st
1:15 to 3:15
Come find out what will be growing in Miss Andrea's and Miss Elisabeth's gardens this summer!
Biodynamic tomato and basil seedlings grown by Grade 3.
$4 each plant.
Ananas Noir - Miss Elisabeth's favorite!
Snow White Cherry
Do you have a connection with a gym or a fitness or health organization? We are seeking a sponsor for this year's Move-a-Thon. It's a nice opportunity to support health and fitness and promote themselves within our community. Please contact Denise Ogawa if you know anyone. Thanks.
Prize Incentives Needed:
We are looking for the donation of possible prize incentives for this year's Move-a-Thon. Examples might be a new skateboard, bike, pair of roller skates, you get the idea. Does anyone have a connection to someone who might be able to help us out with this? Please contact Denise Ogawa in the office. Thanks.
Craft Group 2011
We meet each Wednesday outside the Company of Angels in the gazebo. Join us for a cup of tea and simple crafting each week from 8.30 am - 11.00 am
March 23 Ukrainian eggs
April 6. Denim rug for May festival
May 4. Needle felt the 4 seasons
May 18 silk painting
Contact Rachel Skelly (949-230-8302)for more info. Schedule posted outside the Company of Angels.