Sports Agent Calls the Signals at Rotary
Sports agent and attorney Leigh Steinberg will speak to the Laguna Beach Rotary Club about his life as a sports agent , his philanthropic work, his alcohol addiction and recovery. The club meets Friday, June 1 at noon at the Aliso Creek Inn, 1404 S. Coast Highway.
Cost to attend is $20, which includes lunch. Reservations are required. Contact Club President Jim Cox at email@example.com for details.
Learn How to Be Happy
Advanced Awareness, a Laguna Beach-based training and publishing company, is holding a workshop on life-changing Saturday, June 2, at the Laguna Beach Board of Realtor’s, 939 Glenneyre St., beginning at 9 a.m.
The $15 per person workshop, Creating Authentic Happiness in Your Life includes materials such as guidebooks and a CD. It is designed for anyone interested in becoming a happier person.
Register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, calling 949.235-6157 or visiting www.advancedawareness.com.
Golfers Swing for Charity
More than 100 golfers hit the greens for the annual “Swing for Kids” golf tournament at Rancho Santa Margarita’s Tijeras Creek, raising $50,000 for Laguna Beach’s CSP Youth Shelter.
The annual event helps provide funds for emergency shelter services for children ages 11-17.
$180,000 Raised for Alzheimer’s Center
Alzheimer’s Family Services Center, the county’s only adult day health care facility, celebrated its 12th annual “A Gathering of Friends” gala earlier this month in Huntington Beach.
The event honored supporters Terry McKenna and Suzanne Caffey-McKenna of Laguna Beach. Nearly 300 guests were in attendance and raised more than $180,000 through ticket sales and auctions. Donations included a $50,000 sponsorship from Hoag Hospital.
To learn more about Alzheimer’s Family Services Center, call 714-593-9630 or visit www.AFSCenter.org.