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SIA’s clubs are committed to providing an engaging & meaningful, mission-based experience but, we realize we are all busy women. And serving disadvantaged women and girls – locally & throughout the world – can be a tall order! To make … Continue reading
Ellie Nixon’s friend, Linda Gallagher, first introduced Ellie to Soroptimist International Huntington Beach in 2003. Ellie joined because she believed in our mission, to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment, but, … Continue reading
I can’t believe our 4th Annual Walk To Make A Difference, aka “The River Walk” was over a month ago, and I am just getting my thank you’s out to all of our sponsors, donors and two and four-footed walkers … Continue reading
Our SI Huntington Beach year ended on June 22nd when we bid a fond farewell to our outgoing board and welcomed our incoming board. Before outgoing President Georgette handed the torch to incoming President Marcelle, she reminded us of what … Continue reading
June has arrived. It’s almost summer, and I have so much to tell you but don’t have much time this morning so…I thought I would point out a few notable women and events that are important to women that occurred … Continue reading
Growing up in the Midwest, I never knew what March would bring….warm spring weather with flowers blooming or cold freezing winds and one last snowstorm but, here is southern California, we don’t have to worry about snowstorms! That doesn’t mean … Continue reading
In order to promote Soroptimist in Huntington Beach and hopefully attract more women to either join us or support us, I decided to create a Meetup for our club. I had no idea or expectations of what would happen but, … Continue reading
The Spirit of Giving shouldn’t be limited to one season but should be something we all do on a daily basis. Christmas has past….Hanukkah continues for another day, and the new year begins tomorrow. Will you make a New Year’s … Continue reading
As we head into the busiest season of the year…Thanksgiving…Hanukkah…Christmas…Kwanzaa…New Year’s Eve, let’s take a minute to acknowledge and appreciate all we have…our families…our friends…our health and our freedom. We live in a country that, despite its flaws, is a … Continue reading