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  • Wednesday, March 31, 2010

     

    Metro TALK: Car Raffle, Nature Helpers, Wild Things in the Park and the Fiddler goes to Church

    Metro TALK ______________
    a community service of the
    Greater Orange Communities Organization

    El Modena High School Raffle has SOUL
    Larry Cohn, the Co-Chair of the El Modena Grad Night Committee, is inviting all residents of Greater Orange to try winning a new car while supporting local efforts to help students have a safe and sane graduation night party. The El Modena High School Grad Night Committee is holding its 2nd Annual Car Raffle to raise money for this year’s Annual El Modena Grad Night Party. The raffle prize is a new 2010 Kia Soul. Tickets for a try at driving around in a new car and supporting a worthwhile cause are only $25.00 each. The drawing will be June 3, 2010.

    The El Modena Grad Night began in response to a tragic accident and over the last 20 years has provided an all night on campus safe and sober celebration for graduating seniors.

    To buy tickets or for more information contact Larry at larry@cohenhome.net
    or at 714-997-3700.

    Orange Rotary gets in touch with its inner nature
    Orange Rotary continues its long time support of EL Modena Nature Center, a 3/4 acre Southern California Heritage Garden on the campus of El Modena High School. The Orange Rotarians constructed a 185-foot fence to visually separate the garden from the adjoining baseball field and allow for additional California native plants. In successive weekends, the Orange Rotarians worked to build the new fence with metal posts and six-foot cedar boards. Visitors to the garden and students on field trips will be able to view the new plantings and learn about how native plants and shrubs can enhance a home landscape and save water.

    The El Modena Interact Club (a Rotary sponsored high school youth club) helped the Orange Rotary members with the cleanup of the fence construction area. El Modena’s Southern California Heritage Garden at the school’s Nature Center is open to visitors to tour on the first Saturday of every month between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. The entrance is on the Esplanade St. side of El Modena High School at 3920 Spring St. in Orange. The garden features California friendly and native plants and shrubs that help save water and is a great source for information anyone looking to incorporate natural water saving landscaping into a garden.

    For more information about the nature center, contact Jean Carter @ jcarter@orangeusd.org

    Wild Things come to the Great Park for FREE during Chess Week
    On Saturday, March 27, at 7:30 pm, the Orange County Great Park invites the public to join them for the Great Park Movie on the Lawn. The Great Park will be showing the movie Where the Wild Things Are for free on the Preview Park Lawn. Parking and the movie are free. Bring a blanket, beach chairs and a picnic basket. Movie on the Lawn is presented as part of the Great Park’s three day Chess at the Park. This three day free public event that features the Southern California Super State Scholastic Chess Championships and includes family activities throughout the three day event. The three day event is also free.

    For more information on Movie on the Lawn, please click
    WILD

    For more information on Chess at the Park, please click CHESS


    Fiddler on the Roof goes to Church
    The Covenant Presbyterian Church’s Drama Ministry has announced that it will present four performances of Fiddler on the Roof: April 16 & 23, 7:30 PM and April 17 & 24, 1:00 PM. Presented by special arrangement of Music Theatre International the suggested donation of $12.50 per person is for general seating.
    For Tickets CLICK ON: FIDDLE
    or for more information contact the church office 714-998-6650.

    Metro TALK is a community service of the Greater Orange Communities Organization
    OrangeNet.News@gmail.com

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