Based on research done by Adam Grant, one of the highest-rated professors at Wharton School of Business, about 35% of our business workforce is comprised of takers. This includes both leaders and employees who are driven by ego and self-promotion that includes taking credit for the ideas and work of others. They twist reality to […]
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A day after this year’s Grammy awards, Suzanne Foltz of Laguna Beach was shocked to learn she, too, was an award recipient, named the volunteer of the year by the Assistance League. Born in Seattle, Wash., Foltz moved with her family to Laguna Beach in 1969 when her father, Dr. Eldon Foltz, was recruited as […]
Assistance League Professionals collected books, toiletries and candy to send to deployed U.S. troops, ultimately filling 28 boxes. The project was led by Donna Magwood and Eleanor Tiner.
Assistance League chapters nationwide are holding a children’s book drive on “Make a Difference Day” on Saturday, Oct. 27. The volunteers of Assistance League of Laguna Beach are presenting books to Arthur Hasselbrink, of Homefront America, which helps military families at Camp Pendleton. Hasselbrink will give the books to the children’s library on the base.
Assistance League invites the public to a friend raiser hosted by Jon Madison at the Madison Garden Café, 320 Coast Highway, on Sunday, Sept. 30, from 4-6 p.m. Hors d’ oeuvres, beverages and desserts will be served. The price of admission is one tax deductible “treasure” per person contribution or $25 for Assistance League’s Thrift Shop.
This holiday season, the girls of Assisteens, an auxiliary of the Assistance League of Laguna Beach, decided to give back to the community through Adopt-a-Family. At their December meeting, the girls brought in gifts for a member of one of the three families that the Assisteens adopted, one of the many ways that the Assisteens […]
About 20 members of the Boys & Girls Club of Laguna Beach recently put their finishing touch on the renovation of the Assistance League’s Turnabout Thrift Shop, which began last summer. The kids from the club’s Art Room, aged 6 to 13, artfully applied a rainbow of handprints to panels for the shop’s dressing room […]
Bodyboarder in a Battle for His Life A fundraiser is set for Thursday, July 14, at Ocean Avenue Brewery in Laguna Beach for Bodyboarder magazine principal Eddie Solomon of Dana Point, who was diagnosed with lymphoblastic lymphoma, a form of cancer with a 14 percent survival rate. Solomon has been fighting stage four cancer for […]
Rock-a-bye Ladies I met a delightful couple, Gary and Dee, at the last Laguna Canyon Conservancy meeting. During dinner, Dee exuberantly shared about a collaborative program between Assistance League of Laguna Beach and the Intervention Center for Early Childhood. This free program serves developmentally delayed infants and their parents. Professional support is provided from occupational […]