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What a great way to start the new 2018-19 year! Our first Program Meeting focused on members: new, potentially new and very seasoned plus, we introduced our two new, “adopted” Dolly Wakeham moms for the year and their children. Parliamentarian, … Continue reading
“Gratitude Day is celebrated annually on the 21st September. The celebration of Gratitude Day allows both individual citizens and organisations within wider society to celebrate the broad meaning of gratitude in a variety of ways. Origins The celebration started in … Continue reading
We are so excited to welcome new member, Mary Chiapetta…and we thank long walks on the beach with Christine Soresi for introducing Mary to Soroptimist International of Huntington Beach. To help you get to know Mary a little better, here … Continue reading
Soroptimist International Huntington Beach enjoys a very long-standing relationship with Project Self-Sufficiency (PSS). Both organizations have complimentary missions: to improve the lives of women and their children through access to education. The following is taken directly from their website: “Project … Continue reading
For the last 4 years, River, our Belgian Sheepdog, has been the SI Huntington Beach Spokes-Dog. It all began in 2014, when River and I walked 3 miles round trip from our home to the Huntington Beach Pier to raise … Continue reading
On February 22nd, we held our annual “Honoring The Women We Serve” Program Meeting….from my perspective, the best meeting of the year….because, it is at this meeting where we get to experience the impact we have made in the lives … Continue reading
This is such an important week for Soroptimist Huntington Beach; I just couldn’t let it slip by with a little promotion! The FIRST ever BUNCO BRUNCHO FUNdrai$er at The Girl Cave! What a way to spend your (extended) lunch hour…..Laugh … Continue reading
The following information was published in the Orange County Register, September 13, 2016. A new report has led those who work with victims of human trafficking to an unsavory conclusion about Orange County’s wealth: Perpetrators know they can bring victims … Continue reading
January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, also known as National Human Trafficking Awareness Month. We encourage you to join us throughout the month as we come together to raise awareness of human trafficking and combine our efforts to prevent it. … Continue reading
At our last business meeting of 2017, President Marcelle read a list of what we have accomplished since our 2017-18 year officially began in September 2017 (but what really began at our planning retreat in August)! Sometimes we feel we … Continue reading