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The YWCA of North Orange County
215 E. Commonwealth Ave., Suite F, Fullerton, CA 92832
(714) 871-4488 http://ywcanoc.org
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YWCA of North Orange County invites you to our
The 2015 Chocolate Fantasy: A Toast To Excellence will celebrate and honor outstanding individuals who empower women and families and have made differences in the lives of Orange County residents. The Chocolate Fantasy event is scheduled for Friday, February 6, 2015 from 5:30 to 10:00 pm. The event will be held at the Los Coyotes Country Club, Buena Park where decadent chocolates, delicious dinners, smooth music, and live and silent auctions will be waiting for you to enjoy. Tickets are $125 with a tax deduction. Our honorees are:
O.C. Philanthropist Joann Leatherby of Silverado is being honored as our 2015 Woman of the Year for her impact upon the arts, education and disadvantaged children. Joann Leatherby has also been a huge supporter of Chapman University and has played a key role in spearheading the campaign to build Leatherby Libraries and helped create institutional support for undergraduate and graduate programs.
2-Night Stay at the Fairfield Inn Resort by Marriott--Anaheim PLUS (2) Two Disneyland Passes AND 2-Day Car Rental
$300 Mary Kay Product Basket
$100 Gift Certificate to the Spa at The Glen
Jack Franklyn, owener of Heroes, Roscoe's and Joe's Tavern, downtown Fullerton, is being honored as our 2015 Man of the Year. Mr. Franklyn raised funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society by coordinating the Downtown Pink Out. He also participates in toy and food drives during the holidays and formed the Fullerton Downtown Restaurant Association which collaborates with the Police department on strategies aimed at creating a safer downtown.
Patty Mouton is the Vice President of outreach and advocacy for the Orange County chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. She is being honored as our 2015 Health Advocate of the Year for her work in legislative advocacy and public policy forming activities, leading groups of volunteer advocates to Sacramento and Washington DC to meet with elected officials about issues impacting older adults and families coping with dimentia.
Theresa Harvey is the President of the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce and under her leadership, the chamber has worked to increase its visibility in the community, strengthen the organization's financial stability, and ensure the Chamber's viability and longevity. She is being honored as our 2015 Business Woman of the Year.
Drawing to be held at the YWCA Chocolate Fantasy, Friday, February 6, 2015.
WINNER NEED NOT TO BE PRESENT
YWCA North Orange County is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization Tax ID #951687482