Book Purchase Supports Canyon Hills Branch – Orange County Register

The Friends of Canyon Hills Library is sponsoring a two-day “flash sale” from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 9-10 at the Canyon Hills branch.

The sale features a wide variety of fiction and non-fiction books for all ages as well as a great selection of large print, classics, cookbooks and puzzles. The June 10 sale includes a $2 bag of books of the customer’s choice.

Proceeds benefit the various programs and services the nonprofit Friends Group provides at the Canyon Hills branch to benefit the community. Some of these included the purchase of a monthly selection of books and refreshments for the Talks and Treats book talks, raffle prizes and refreshments for the monthly book talks held at three senior residences in Anaheim Hills, summer reading programs for children and cultural programs for children and adults. .

Meetings are held at 9:30 am, every two months, on the third Thursday, the following being in July, in the branch’s multi-purpose room. Membership is open to all residents of the community for $10 per year for active members or $25 per year for patron/corporate members who wish to support the library without active involvement. There is also a $100 lifetime subscription available.

Active members attend weekly to help sort and evaluate book donations, and also keep the Larry Rushing to Read Book Nook stocked with the right materials.

For more information on the June Book Sale or FOCAL, contact the library at 714-765-6444.

Learn to hula with the Women’s Club

The Anaheim Hills Women’s Club has planned a fun program for their June 15 luncheon at the Anaheim Hills Golf Club. And all the women in the community are invited.

Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy the Hawaiian-themed lunch which includes a presentation by Hawaiian dancers with a short lesson for those wishing to learn the hula.

Lunch starts at 11 a.m. and ends at 2 p.m.

The cost to attend is $33 per person. Reservations are required and must be made by contacting Karon Kelleher at 714-921-4907 before the June 7 reservation deadline.

A ray of sunshine for the Ebell Club

The Ebell Club of Canyon Hills recently installed officers for its 2022-23 club year.

Heather TerJung assumed the position of president, taking over the reins from outgoing president Patti Faiman, choosing “Spreading Rays of Sunshine” as the theme for the club’s new year.

Installation of Officers Linda Lewis and Linda Schleiger incorporated this theme into the recent reunion with sunflowers and sunglasses at the installation of each new officer.

In addition to TerJung, other board members include: Barbara Shaia, 1st Vice President, Philanthropy; Yolanda Narvaez and Jean Rico, 2nd Vice Presidents, Ways and Means; Mary Ohanian and Sharon Algeo, 3rd Vice Presidents, Membership; Patti Price, 4th Vice President, Programs; and Joan Coy, 5th Vice President, Social.

Others are: Patti Faiman, recording secretary; Jill Lance, corresponding secretary; Mai Hinwood, Treasurer; Donna Frize, parliamentarian and Claudia Theilmann, newsletter.

Special guests in attendance included Orange District President Mary Sprague and Terry TerJung, husband of the newly elected President.

Membership in the Ebell Club is open to all women in the community. Meetings are held at 10 a.m. on the first Monday of the month, except July and August, in Fellowship Hall at Canyon Hills Presbyterian Church. For more information about the Ebell Club, visit ebellclubcanyonhills.com.

Support for the Tilly Life Center

Tilly’s Life Center has raised over $200,000 at its 15th annual ‘TILLYANNA JONES’ charity golf tournament, with 100% of those proceeds going to the non-profit organization.

Tilly’s Life Center is dedicated to giving all teens a positive mindset that enables them to overcome many of life’s challenges such as crisis, adversity, and difficult decisions that they often face on a daily basis.

Tilly’s Life Center partners with youth organizations, including a summer program at Project SAY (Support Anaheim Youth), a nonprofit that works with high-risk teens in Anaheim and is part of the Anaheim Youth Development. TLC also sponsored summer programs with Higher Ground Youth and Family Services, a nonprofit organization that provides mentorship programs for children living in at-risk communities throughout Orange County.

For more information about TLC or information about upcoming programs this summer in Anaheim, visit www.tillyslifecenter.org

Sharon Hlapcich writes about events and happenings in the Anaheim Hills area. Contact her by phone (714-998-4604 or email ([email protected]).

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