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Noah Homes Last Weds Luncheon: Adult Immunization & Prevention – July 30

Join Noah Homes for their Last Wednesday Luncheon – Wednesday, July 30, 2014 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

July 30: Adult Immunization & Prevention

Wellness. Prevention. Research.

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This summer, Noah Homes is hosting luncheons on topics pertaining to adults with developmental disabilities and the community. 

This is the third luncheon of the series.  

 

Topic: Adult Immunization & Prevention

Speaker: Dr. Jane Reldan, Family Physician and Voluntary Assistant Clinical Professor with the UCSD School of Medicine

Price: Free

11am: Campus Tour

11:45: Presentation and Lunch Buffet

12:30: Q&A and meet and greet

 

Who Should Attend?

Noah Homes welcomes everyone who is interested in learning more about the latest advancements in health care, prevention, research, planned giving and the changing environment of caring for adults with disabilities.

 

janereldanMeet the Subject Matter Expert: 

Dr. Reldan is a family practice physician with over 35 years of experience treating patients of all ages. She is renowned for giving each of her patients as much time and attention as their individual needs require, and loved for her warm and caring manner. Dr. Reldan can assist with all of your general medical needs, including:

 

  • Physical Exam / General Check-up
  • Immunizations and Vaccines
  • Women’s and Men’s Preventive Care, e.g., Pap Smear, Prostate Exam
  • Depression / Anxiety / Insomnia
  • Acute and Chronic Illness, e.g., High Blood Pressure

 

Dr. Reldan is held in the highest regard by her colleagues. She is a Voluntary Assistant Clinical Professor with the UCSD School of Medicine, where she has been teaching second- and third-year students for nearly a decade. She is also a champion of patient advocacy as well as a strong believer in the healing power of a good doctor-patient relationship. Each patient visit is scheduled for one hour in order to allow time for the individual. Dr. Reldan believes in continuity of care for the entire family.

 

RSVP today!

GET YOUR FREE TICKETS HERE

For More Information:

619-660-6200

info@noahhomes.org

www.noahhomes.org

 

News from the Boys & Girls Clubs of East County Foundation – Rancho San Diego

– Open house for Boys & Girls Clubs’ Brady Family Teen Center will include $50,000 check presentation from ECEDC and Helix High alumni reception with Bill Walton; public invited to attend

A fundraising campaign to build new Boys & Girls Clubs facilities in La Mesa will take an important step forward with a special event starting at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 24. The event will feature a number of activities at the Boys & Girls Clubs of East County’s La Mesa Teen Center, 7775 Junior High Dr., on the La Mesa Middle School campus.

Beginning at 5 p.m., a special reception for Helix High School alumni will be attended by Bill Walton, La Mesa native, Helix High graduate (class of 1970) and former professional basketball player who played on winning teams at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and the National Basketball Association (NBA). Helix alumni who attended Helix between 1967 and 1973 are invited to attend and say hello to the NBA Hall of Famer. Helix students in those graduating classes were on campus the same years when Walton attended.

Beginning at 5:30 p.m., a ceremony will highlight a $3 million pledge from Ron and Mary Alice Brady to build new Boys & Girls Clubs facilities as well as a $50,000 check presentation from the East County EDC Foundation, a non-profit foundation affiliated with the San Diego East County Economic Development Council (ECEDC), a regional, business-growth organization.

The Bradys, founders of the Brady Companies, a La Mesa-based construction company, have pledged $1 million to renovate the existing Brady Family Teen Center, and $2 million to help build a new 25,000-square-foot clubhouse to be called the Brady Family Clubhouse. The new Brady Family Clubhouse will be located in Highwood Park on the west end of the middle school campus. At the event, the Bradys will receive commendations from La Mesa Mayor Art Madrid, the La Mesa City Council and U.S. Congressman Duncan Hunter.

Presenting the $50,000 check from the East County EDC Foundation will be Bob Taylor, founder of Taylor Guitars and an ECEDC member. The $50,000 donation has been earmarked for computer equipment and career development training in the computer room at the Brady Family Clubhouse, according to Jerry Fazio, executive director of the Boys & Girls Clubs of East County Foundation.

Taylor will present the check on behalf of the Matt Magana Fund, named in honor of a standout industrial arts student. The classes, often called shop classes, were previously offered at local high schools for many years prior to state budget cuts. Magana passed away at age 20 in April 2000. His mother, Diane Magana, director of international sales at Taylor Guitars, will attend the check presentation ceremony. A plaque recognizing Matt Magana will be presented to his mother. Mayor Madrid also will present a commendation from the City of La Mesa to the East County EDC Foundation board.

Also speaking at the 5:30 p.m. ceremony will be Walton, honorary chair of the Boys & Girls Clubs of East County Foundation’s La Mesa Capital Campaign that is raising $8.9 million to build the Brady Family Clubhouse, renovate the Brady Family Teen Center and fund an endowment to operate both facilities. The Brady Family Clubhouse will include a 10,000-square-foot gymnasium named after Walton, who also has been inducted to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America Hall of Fame.

Also speaking will be Steve South, president/CEO of EDCO Disposal and chairman of the La Mesa Capital Campaign. South will discuss a new website for fundraising efforts for the Bill Walton Gymnasium, www.FriendsOfBillWalton.org.

Following the conclusion of the check presentation ceremony, tours of the La Mesa Teen Center will be available and the Helix alumni reception will resume.

The existing teen center, opened in October 2006, is a popular home-away-from-home for La Mesa’s 11-to-18 year olds. Recent renovations have included an exterior face lift and interior upgrades, including walls, ceilings, new furniture, computers and a security system.

The new Brady Family Clubhouse will be the largest of the six Boys and Girls Clubs of East County. Construction is planned to begin in late 2015 or early 2016, with full operations scheduled for the start of the 2016-2017 school year. The clubhouse will feature a learning center called The Academy, a full-service kitchen and nutrition center and Little Rascals area for 5-to-7-year olds, plus the Bill Walton Gymnasium.

Since 1961, the Boys & Girls Clubs of East County have been meeting the developmental needs of children and youth. Its mission statement: “To inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to become responsible, caring, productive citizens.”

 

Rick Griffin
Advertising, Public Relations
7777 Alvarado Road, Suite 288
La Mesa, CA 91942
Office: (619) 461-3104
Mobile: (619) 867-8020
www.rickgriffin.com

 

SYCUAN GOLF RESORT GRANTS A “MAKE A WISH” FOR EL CAJON PRINCESS

Sycuan Resort Makes a Wish Come True for a Young Local Girl!

sycuan-resort-make-a-wish-rancho-san-diego-92019(EL CAJON, CA, JULY 11, 2014) – On Thursday, July 10, 2014, Sycuan Golf Resort granted a special little girl’s wish. Her name is Noorhan Younis, and she turned 5 on July 10. She lives in El Cajon with her parents, her older brother and sister and her grandmother. She was diagnosed with congenital thrombocytopenia, a life-threatening blood disorder. Noorhan has never had a birthday party before, and she was actually in the hospital on her birthday last year. She loves Disney princesses, especially Cinderella, and her wish is to be Cinderella at a royal birthday party with all her friends and family. Highlights of the wish include a royal makeover and princess gown and glass slippers, a feast of all her favorite foods, including hamburgers, spaghetti, cheese pizza and an ice cream sundae bar, a princess dance party with a DJ, a ride in Cinderella’s horse-drawn carriage, and Sycuan Golf Resort transformed into Noorhan’s royal kingdom, complete with princess games and activities for her friends.

For more information call (619) 445-6002 x1236.


About Sycuan Golf Resort

Sycuan Golf Resort offers incredible variety as the only 54-hole golf facility in San Diego. Situated in the beautiful hills of east San Diego, exciting course play includes mature tree-lined fairways, elevation changes, water features and impeccable greens. Other amenities include professional practice facilities, hotel with 100 spacious rooms overlooking the courses, food and drinks at Echo’s Lounge and facilities for hosting meetings, banquets and weddings.

About the Make A Wish Foundation
Make-A-Wish serves a unique, and vital, role in helping strengthen and empower children battling life-threatening medical conditions. Wishes are more than just a nice thing. And they are far more than gifts, or singular events in time. Wishes impact everyone involved – wish kids, volunteers, donors, sponsors, medical professionals and communities. The impact varies. For wish kids, just the act of making their wish come true can give them the courage to comply with their medical treatments. Parents might finally feel like they can be optimistic. And still others might realize all they have to offer the world through volunteer work or philanthropy.

Whatever the odds, whatever the obstacles … wishes find a way to make the world better.

Sycuan Invites Your to the All Tribes in Recovery Gathering 7-12-14

Fourth Annual all Tribes in Recovery Gathering at the Sycuan Reservation

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Click HERE if you are interested in participating as a vendor

Please Contact the Following People with Questions Regarding this Event:
Robert Wallace at BWallaceWLF@aol.com
Raymond Sandoval Sr. at AllTribesinRecovery@yahoo.comLa Posta Substance Abuse Center at 619-478-2265

Thank you for supporting Sycuan

Skyline Church Sports Basketball Tournament 5-31-14

Skyline Sports Presents their 3-on-3 Tournament, Register Today!

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The Skyline Church Sports Basketball Tournament will take place May 31, 2014.  Register today for this fun 3-on-3 tournament by emailing sports@skylinechurch.org