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  • Monday, July 10, 2006

     

    Metro TALK

    STEVEN F. AMBRIZ MEMORIAL WEBSITE
    A memorial website has been established for Councilman Steve Ambriz. The website includes information on the upcoming fundraising benefits and the Kaitlyn Ambriz Scholarship Fund as well as pages dedicated to the Ambriz biography, a photo gallery and a place for visitors to share memories about him (the site is new and currently there are only two).

    Two memorial fundraising events are currently planned. The first event, the Cheeseburgers in Poker Paradise Steve Ambriz Memorial Poker Tournament and Silent Auction, is co-presenting by the Orange Firefighters and the Moms Club of Orange. Honoring Ambriz’s birthday (July 22nd) and with proceeds going to the Kaitlyn Ambriz Scholarship Fund, the event will be held at the Orange Senior Center on July 21st, 2006 with of course Hawaiian attire. For more information contact Orange City Fire Captain Chuck Tuggle at ct196@adelphia.net or call him at 714-326-3644: More information and a registration form are on the website, or just CLICK ON: http://www.steveambriz.org/uploads/Ambriz_Poker_Flyer_v08.pdf .
    Greater Orange Community contributors to the event include: Island Restaurants; Jimmy Bones Sport’s and Suds; Orange Hill Restaurants; Kustom Imprints; P.R. Attractions; Buswraps.com; Advantage Mailing; District Lounge;and Melinda Bentley.

    Steve Ambriz Legacy Golf Tournament
    Working toward the goal of $100,000 to create the Steve Ambriz Storytime Room at the new Orange Main Library and History Center now under construction, The First Annual Steve Ambriz Legacy Golf Tournament will be held Monday, August 7th, 2006, at the Alta Vista Country Club in Placentia.

    One of the highlights of the golf tournament will be the Helicopter Golf Ball Drop. 2,500 golf balls will be dropped by helicopter, flown by Commander Chuck Street of KIIS FM Radio. The ball that lands in the hole when dropped will earn a cash prize for its owner, and other cash prizes will be awarded in other ball-drop categories. Each ball is available for a $20 ticket purchase

    The First Annual Steve Ambriz Legacy Golf Tournament has the support of many key members of the Greater Orange Communities. Presenting sponsors Brenda and Mike Carver, owners of R.J. Noble Company, donated $25,000. Selman Chevrolet, Katella Grill, and Print4Less are also sponsors. Sponsorship opportunities are still available, from $250 to $10,000. In addition, donations in any amount are welcomed.

    Event organizers are also looking for volunteers to work the tournament. To register as a golfer, volunteer or donate to the event, please contact 714-288-2404 or email Mzembower@socal.rr.com .

    Visit the STEVEN F. AMBRIZ MEMORIAL WEBSITE
    CLICK ON : http://www.steveambriz.org/

    MORE ELECTION TALK
    Metro TALK has more names to give to our co-workers at eLECTION 2006 ( CLICK ON: http://greaterorange.blogspot.com/2006/07/election-watch-2006.html) for the November Orange Unified School Board election. Those names included Foothills Sentry Columnist and Villa Park Councilman Robert Fauteux not running for an elected term when his current appointed term is up on the Villa Park City Council in order to run in the OUSD election. Another prominent name mentioned is Joe Fortier. Past president of the Rotary Club, a former City of Orange Traffic Commissioner and a former OUSD Principal, talk is he is considering joining what may be a crowed field to try and replace Trustee Kathy Moffat. Another name being mentioned is George Cardenas of Anaheim Hills. A local school and community activist who works for Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle, talk is that Cardenas may have his sites on the seat currently held by OUSD Trustee Melissa Smith.

    LOCAL BLOOD SHORTAGE
    Southern California, which imports most of its blood from other states, is currently experiencing a dangerous shortage of blood. Reportedly, with some types of blood our area has a supply of just a few hours.

    For a local donation site, PLEASE CLICK ON:
    https://www.givelife.org/index.cfm?group=home&advsearch=1

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