It was a fun night for the first Euchre Tournament. We had 14 teams, lots of food and drinks and lots of fun!
Congratulations to our winners Holly & Liz from Ohio State who won $100.
2nd Place was Trevor & Brandy who won a $25 gift Card to Tony P’s.
Thanks to everyone for coming and looking forward to the next tournament!
Only in Los Angeles will you get to see Reed Birney and Jayne Houdyshell reprise their Tony Award® Winning Performances
Stephen Karam's The Humans is an uproarious, hopeful, and heartbreaking play that takes place over the course of a family dinner on Thanksgiving. Breaking with tradition, Erik Blake has brought his Pennsylvania family to celebrate and give thanks at his daughter’s apartment in Lower Manhattan. As darkness falls outside the ramshackle pre-war duplex and eerie things start to go bump in the night, the Blake clan’s deepest fears and greatest follies are laid bare. Our modern age of anxiety is keenly observed, with humor and compassion, in this new American classic that won the 2016 Tony Award® for Best Play.
Go to https://www.centertheatregroup.org/promo?code=FAMILYDINNER to purchase $49 Orchestra seats (reg. $75) for select early performances through July 15!
Volunteer with fellow Badgers at the Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon
Thank you for your tremendous support! For the past nine years, the Big Ten alumni chapters of San Diego have worked together to staff one of the water stations during the Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon, and it has been a great experience for all participants. We are again hosting a water station for this year’s race — serving both the half and full marathons — and we need your help!
The San Diego Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon will be held on Sunday, June 3, 2018, from 5 to 10 a.m. We will be at water station #5 at Boundary Street and Polk Avenue in North Park (around mile 7.5) for both races. This is the same location as last year.
Please share this with local alumni, family, and friends. We need as many volunteers (ages 14 and older) as possible this year. The location of our station means that runners will get there early, so we need volunteers to arrive no later than 5 a.m. We will complete the marathon support early as well and will be finished by 10 a.m.
Please contact the WAA: San Diego chapter’s Amy Parr ’07 at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Thank you. We’ll see you there!
2018 LA Food Bank Photos
Sunday, June 10th, 2018
Our “Cheesehead Classic” fundraiser golf tournament will be here soon. The well deserving students and our local UW Chapter thank you for your support and dedication to the great cause. This is our largest fund raising event of the year for local UW - Madison students.
TIJERAS CREEK GOLF CLUB in Rancho Santa Margarita remains our scenic destination. Wisconsin Badger and Iowa Hawkeye friends will come together in search of one more copper etching just below the wicker cranium trophy.
The all inclusive price for golf, dinner, contests, prizes, auctions etc. is just $170.
Everyone is welcome, golfers with or without a handicap. For those with handicaps or who have played in the last several years, please provide a best guess of your handicap on the official sign up form. Please also note the name or names of other golfers that you would like to team up with. You will see email reminders and some nice incentives for being a hole sponsor this year, along with playing in a foursome. For non-golfers, you can also support the great cause and enjoy an “All you can Eat” Brunch Buffet, raffle, silent auction etc.
The cost for all of this is just $25.00.
To register, send your check (payable to UW Alumni Club of Orange County) to Susie Lynch at 25672 Dillon Road, Laguna Hills, CA 92653.
For any questions or additional information, feel free to contact Joe Fischman at 949-232- 5959. We all thank you for making this scholarship fundraiser a fun event to support our local students.
Soft PowerAhmanson Theatre
May 3 – June 10, 2018
A contemporary comedy explodes into a musical fantasia in the first collaboration between two of America’s great theatre artists: Tony Award® winners David Henry Hwang (M. Butterfly, Flower Drum Song) and Jeanine Tesori (Fun Home). Soft Power rewinds our recent political history and plays it back through a Chinese lens: a future, beloved East-meets-West musical. A Chinese executive visiting America finds himself falling in love with a good-hearted US leader—Hillary Clinton—as the power balance between their two countries shifts following the 2016 election. As original as it is topical, Soft Power overflows with the romance, laughter, and cultural confusions of the golden age of Broadway. Hwang and Tesori have created one of the most eagerly anticipated new works of the year.
soft pow·er (noun)
a persuasive approach to international relations, typically involving the use of cultural influence.
Produced in association with East West Players.
Go to CenterTheareGroup.org/Promo and type in DHHWANG to purchase $49 Orchestra seats (normally $75) for select early performances!
Madness was in full swing this year in the NCAA tournament. Congratulations to Michigan for getting to the finals and well done to Purdue, Michigan State and Ohio State making the Big Ten proud with their wins.
NCAA TOURNAMENT DID YOU KNOW
THE 2018 BIG TEN BRACKET CHALLENGE WINNER
Congratulations to our 2018 Bracket Challenge Winner Reef Karim, University of Illinois!! Reef picked both Michigan and Villanova to be in the finals. Great job Reef for winning $25 and braggin' rights for the year!
Here are the top 5 scores this year out of 72 participants.
1. Reef Karim 299
2. Lisa Winger 259
3. Jonas Wadler 247
4. Shiva Sharma 246
5. Adam Haussman 223
Thanks to everyone who participated and we will do it again next year!
GO BIG TEN!
The Illinois Alumni Association and Orange County Illini Club invite you to join them for a live performance and artist meet and greet!
University of Illinois Swanlund Chair Professor of Voice and alumnus, and America’s leading baritone, Nathan Gunn sings selections from classic American musicals, contemporary songs and a little bit of opera fun in his personal story, Flying Solo. This “Sexiest Man Alive” (People Magazine) recounts how he became an elder of his heritage, the Scottish Clan GUNN, and learned what life is really about.
Please join us, and Nathan, after the 5:30 p.m. performance at The Deck on Laguna Beach for conversation, cocktails, and camaraderie!
SPECIAL OFFER FOR ALUMNI: get 25 percent off the ticket price for Flying Solo by using the code "UofI25" or through this promotional link.
Sunday, April 15 5:30 p.m. performance at: The Laguna Playhouse
606 Laguna Canyon Road Laguna Beach, CA 92651
7:30 p.m. reception at: The Deck on Laguna Beach 627 Sleepy Hollow Lane Laguna Beach, CA 92651
DID YOU KNOW?
Keith Jackson was the author of the ‘Granddaddy of Them All’ nickname that is enjoyed today as part of a global Rose Bowl Game brand on New Year’s Day.
2001 Big Ten Club Person of the Year
Help Honor the Memory
Help our friends at the Rose Bowl erect the first and only statue of Keith Jackson to remember his contribution to sports for many years. Walk down memory lane with this video and be inspired to be part of this historic moment at the Rose Bowl. https://youtu.be/0DXSMtetEFY
Be part of this unique opportunity to help the Rose Bowl.
DONATE TO THE FUND
Join the Northwestern Alumni Association and the NU Club of Orange County for a special evening at the Bowers Museum, featuring a presentation by Northwestern art history professor Huey Copeland.
When: Wednesday, March 21
Where: Bowers MuseumFluor Family Gallery and Historic Balcony
2002 North Main Street
Santa Ana, CA
Schedule:5:30 p.m. Check-In, Gallery Viewing
6:30 p.m. Networking Reception (hors d'oeuvres, beer, and wine)
7:15 p.m. Presentation, Q&A
Cost: $15 All Alumni and Guests
Registration Deadline: March 13 or until capacity is reached.
Select this LINK to register.
Touched by the Mother: On Black Men and Artistic Practice, 1966–2016
In this presentation, Copeland will discuss his latest book project, which brings together his new and previously published articles, essays, interviews, and reviews on male cultural practitioners of African descent and contemporary visual engagements with black masculinity. In so doing, he offers a focused yet expansive consideration of identity's evolving import in contemporary culture, both in the United States and abroad.
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