COA is in Full Bloom – May 2022
Community Outreach Allilance has had an amazing past month full of lots of COA Entertainment performances and we helped serve food to hundreds of local families, seniors and the military families through out Food Connection Program.
We want to thank everyone who came out to our Fundraisers that help support our programs and for the generous donation from San Clemente Exchange Club, Cindy Rivas, and for an Anonymous donation to help cover our rent for our location space. We also want to thank Second Harvest for donating gift cards at our last Food Distribution.
Thanks to San Clemente Journal for this article in the recent issue (issue 11 on page 31) about the original song WORTH IT written & recorded by 5 COA Alumni
You can subscribe to our YouTube channel and watch the with the live performance, documentary, & 2 music videos) The article gives a great overview of the You’re WORTH IT event put on by COA Community Outreach Alliance & Connect-OC Coalition.
Upcoming COA Fundraising Dates
Help support COA programs Food Connection and COA Entertainment by joining us at one of our fundraising nights! Save the dates and see you there!
COA Fundraising Night at Panda Express
20% goes back to COA
June 15 all day
July 20th all day
COA Fundraising Night at Blaze Pizza
Wednesday, June 29, 2022
5 – 8pm
33% back to COA
COA Fundraising Night at Chipolte
Tuesday, July 5th
4 – 8pm
33% back to COA
Come to the Outlets at San Clemente-
Center Court for LIVE MUSIC by COA Performers on both
Sunday and Monday
On Sat. June 4th, come enjoy some food while being entertained by a Live Performance of Lindsay Kohl singing with Jessica Peck (7:15pm) and Aubrie Reichert (7:40pm)
Village Art Faire
SC Community Center on Sat. June 11th- Many booths and live music by COA Performers from 11:30-1:00pm
July 16th and 17th
Check out oceanfestival.org and you’ll see under Youth Pavillion-performance times by COA Performers/bands
Evening of the Arts
Great event put on by NAMI-OC with COA Entertainment performer Sage Escalante. Providing 40 minutes of Live Music!
AIM High CelebrationOn Wednesday May 11th COA entertainers performed at the AIM High Celebration where 8 teens who started back in March satisfied the requirements to receive their Certificates of Achievement from Colton Roughen (representing Congressman Mike Levin), and Lauren Gallegos, Community Prevention Director at Wellness & Prevention Center. San Clemente Rotary President Tyler Boden gave the final presentation on Leadership
COA entertainers Temi Krovblit and Sydney Holland gifted them with their talents on guitar, vocals and piano.
On May 23, COA Performers Megan Malerie with Aidan Sellars and Temi Krovblit, provided live music at the Wellness & Prevention Center Appreciation Dinner held at the Noble Path Foundation building.
Aprils Open Mic Night
Village Art Faire in May
Bistro K in April
Stay Connected with COA Entertainment
Check out COA Entertainment on Social Media!
Have fun with friends, eat pizza, and socialize with like-minded teens! Don’t forget to bring a controller and your own resuable water bottle for an opportunity to
Gaming from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.,
MUST be 13+ years of age. See you there!
AIM High is a 7-week leadership series of Advocacy, Inspiration and Mentorship by The Noble Foundation that pairs young people with leaders in our community, with the goal of helping them reach their highest potential in all areas of wellness.