More than 45 restaurant exhibits will offer generous tastes of their foods
Beer Garden – Silent Auction – Music
MAY 19th 🍽️ Save the date for the 5th Annual Taste of Santa Ana, central Orange County's best food and beverage event where you'll discover the City of Santa Ana's most notable restaurants and craft breweries. Prepare your taste buds because this year's event is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever before! Sample tasty culinary creations from over 50 participating restaurants, drinks from local craft breweries and wineries, live music by Cold Duck and Pop Gun Rerun, games and entertainment for kids and adults, photo booth, charity auction and so much more!Bring the family, tell all your friends and get ready to EAT!Please support* us by buying tickets at https://bit.ly/2ubvcVgLocation: MainPlace Mall Parking Lot 2 (near Broadway Street)Date: Saturday, May 19th VIP Early Entry: 5 – 9 pm | General Admission: 6 – 9pm | (Entertainment continues until 10:00pm)$30 early bird until May 1st | $40 after VIP $50 early bird until May 1st | $75 after*All proceeds donated to Assistance League of Santa Ana stay with us. Please support our programs – especially Operation School Bell® | Get your tickets NOW! https://bit.ly/2ubvcVgSanta Ana, California Santa Ana Chamber
Posted by Assistance League of Santa Ana on Thursday, March 22, 2018
Please enjoy our video showing our community service history throughout the last 80 years in Santa Ana. It was produced by the staff in the Santa Ana Public Library History Room: Dylan Almendral, Director of the History Room, JacovVelasco, Video Director, Edgar Fuentes and Victor Guidel, Sound/Lighting/Camera — and our own Susan Dobak. It’s a lovely walk through the past and a look to the future. If you watch the film you’ll see why we’ve tagged the SAPD. Hint: it’s a story about how life travels in full circles.
Thank you to the more than 800 people who purchased tickets to this year’s event! It was a great time, albeit a very warm day. There was so much great food from all of our participating restaurants, and we passed out icy treats to all of our attendees, as well. The proceeds from the event help to fund all of our excellent philanthropic programs. Thank you to everyone involved!
Meet Tristan Noah from Segerstrom High School. He had to choose between Columbia University, UC Irvine, University of Southern California, or the University of Arizona to study Biomedical Engineering. He finally decided on USC! He took every course in Engineering within the CTE Program. He has also carried a GPA higher than 4.0 throughout high school, plays varsity baseball, and has served on Student Council. Congratulations, Tristan!
Meet Evelin Peralta! Evelin attends Santa Ana High School, right across the street from our chapter. She loves CTE, and has taken Medical Core and Hospital Occupations courses. These courses helped her realize that she wants to be a Veterinarian Surgeon. She volunteers at the Santa Ana Zoo, is in Marching Band, and is also involved in the Achievement Institute of Scientific Studies. Evelin has chosen to attend UC Davis in the Fall. Congratulations, Evelin!
For thirty years, Assistance League of Santa Ana has given scholarships to graduating students within the CTE Program (Career Technical Education Program), in the SAUSD. This year alone, we have awarded twenty $1,000 scholarships. In total, we have awarded over $240,000 in scholarships.
Last Friday we held interviews for this year’s recipients. As usual, it was a group of very intelligent, ambitious, and poised young adults ready to take on the world of university study. Today we would like to introduce you to one of our student scholarship winners. Over the next couple of weeks, we will post a story daily about one of these amazing students.
Our College Scholarship program is one of the reasons to support Assistance League of Santa Ana, and right now you can do so by buying tickets, donating funds, or otherwise helping us with our upcoming event, The Best Taste of Santa Ana, to be held May 20th, 4 – 7 pm in beautiful downtown Santa Ana at Third and Sycamore/Second Street Promenade. All profits go to support our philanthropies.
We are a non-profit, all volunteer organization celebrating 80 years of service in Santa Ana.
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Meet Deborah Cuevas, she is a senior at Saddleback High School, and is the 13th of 18 children. She will attend Cal State Fullerton this fall. Deborah is one of our twenty scholarship recipients this year. She will receive $1,000 to use on fees, tuition, or books. Deborah wants to be a high school counselor, and has a very impressive resume. Congratulations, Deborah!
Meet the fourth recipient of our $1,000 Scholarship – Alexandra Arajo! Alexandra attends Century High School. Alexandra has taken many CTE classes in Medical Core, Entrepreneur, and Tech Business. She’s been involved in the e-Business Academy for three years, and is traveling to NYC to represent her team in the International Youth Business Summit. Alexandra wants to become a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, and plans to attend Irvine Valley College, and then transfer to UCI. Congratulations Alexandra!