What’s in this week’s Event-News-Enterprise – Dec. 15, 2021


Local businesswoman transforms words into art

For a businesswoman who never went to art school, Michelle Boos-Strong has a talent that produces work so profound it sometimes eclipses the work of her clients.
Hers is a talent able to produce, in real-time, key words and images drawn onto large post-it boards, that become sort of like Cliff Notes for the brain.
As speakers deliver complex messages to audiences, conventions and the like, Boos-Strong stands on the sidelines to …[more]

Charter school founded by former LAUSD seeks countywide status

Orange County Classical Academy (OCCA), a TK-6 charter school in the Orange Unified School District that opened in 2020 is seeking to expand across Orange County.
On Dec. 1OCCA staff presented a petition to the Orange County Board of Education (OCBE) seeking to become a Countywide Benefit Charter. If granted, OCCA would be able to open sites in multiple school districts across …[more]

Rossmoor celebrates WinterFest with food, fun, music and more

The Rossmoor Community celebrated the holidays on Saturday by lighting its Christmas tree, allowing children to have fun and dancing to Christmas music provided by the Bierman Brothers.
hree members of the Rossmoor Community Services District were joined by General Manager Joe Mendoza, Orange County 2nd District Supervisor Katrina Foley and Assemblywoman Janet Nguyen and hundreds of residents from… [more]

Los Al officially approves Universal Waste, adopts organic waste program

The City of Los Alamitos has passed its organic waste recycling and recovery plan at cost to residents nearly 30 percent lower than in nearby communities.
Although there was a bit of the dust-up when the Council decided to switch from Republic Services to Universal Waste of Los Angeles, the Council voted 5-0 at their most recent meeting in November to approve their organic waste plan.
Following a brief presentation by Development Services Director … [more]

Rossmoor Woman’s Club holds 2021 Holiday Bazaar

Santa was on hand to spread cheer at the recent Rossmoor Woman’s Club Holiday Bazaar. Adults and children alike took free selfies with the Jolly Old Elf (who appeared courtesy of Team Chamberlain Realty).
Shoppers browsed the wares at more than 35 vendor booths, bought tickets for raffle baskets worth up to $1,000 and bid on three-feet-tall Christmas trees professionally decorated by Green Street Interiors, Aegean Design Studio, Tarlton Designs, Jennifer Lathrop of Pampered Chef and … [more]


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