COA – SUMMER 2023 NEWSLETTER
We had a great turnout at the event educating and providing entertainment to approximately 1,000 people.
COA ENTERTAINMENT LIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCES AT CENTER COURT
COREY ANGELI: @coreyangelimusic
LINDSAY KOHL: @lindsaykohl.singer
MAGGIE’S DILEMMA: @maggiesdilemma
Owen Pothier- Knox Kuhn- Maggie Turner – Brody Cox
TEENAGE NOISE: @teenagenoiseband
BLIND SPOT: @heyitsblindspot
Individual Tags: Sydney Noelle @sydneynoelleofficial – CJ Travares @cjtavmusic-Miles ‘Campo @miles_on_keys– Hank Braverman @hankthemutualsavingsbank_233– Jett Lackey @jettmartavious -Pierce Ankers @pierce_sth
THE WELLNESS RESOURCE BOOTHS THAT WERE AT THE EVENT:
COA – Community Outreach Alliance
The Noble Path Foundation
City Of San Clemente
Wellness & Prevention Center
Boys and Girls Club
Alexander Neville Foundation
Ready S.E.T OC/ Workforce & Economic
Thrive Together OC
New York Life Insurance
Jennifer Aquino, Joanie Angeli & Molly Flores – COA Community Outreach Alliance – Talked about COA history and celebrating 10 year anniversary- COA Entertainment/Food Connection
Tyler Boden – talked abot the value of incorporating service into your lifestyle for the benefit of your community & for your own personal growth.
Chris Pionke – NAMI-OC – Spoke about his passion and journey with mental health and all the resources NAMI-OC has to offer
Chris Duncan – Mayor of San Clemente – Recap of the State of the City and introduced Teri Steel – The Noble Path Foundation – to the stage to talk the AIM High Leadership program & resources and activities that are available to teens in the community.
Perla Mendoza – Project Eli & Amy Neville – Alexander Neville Foundation – both spoke about The Fentanyl crisis and what you can do to protect your family
Thanks to these sponsors we had a ton of incredible raffle items to give away during the event.
Outlets at San Clemente, Bands @heyitsblindspot, @stereosity, performer @aubrieannreichert, GoldyMax Designs, Panera Bread, Metropolitan Theatres, Dana Wharf Sportfishing, Michelle Yeam Home Smart Evergreen Realty, Richard Saragoza New York Life Insurance, Synaptic Cycles, Sonny’s Pizza & Pasta, Antoines Cafe, San Clemente Chamber of Commerce, VikingBags, Business Design Innovations, Target, Chipotle, YogaSix, Zebra House Coffee, Connect-OC, Wellness and Prevention Center
Read about the event in the San Clemente Times
On June 14th, Wellness & Prevention Coalition provided an appreciation luncheon and honored many in the community with community service awards including our own COA president Jennifer Aquino and COA Entertainment’s Joan Angeli. Congratulations to all who won an award and thank you to The Noble Path Foundation for hosting the event!
COA still proudly showcases the The Mike Katge Inspiration Award that was given to COA from The Noble Path Foundation in 2017. Such a fun circle of events to have the award on hand at the appreciation luncheon held at The Noble Path Foundation once again honoring COA board members.
Volunteer for Food Connection
Helping to set out food and distribute food every other Monday.
Volunteer for COA Entertainment
Please contact Joanie for additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Join our Team!
COA Volunteer or COA Board Member
There are different ways to help out, so please email with interest and/or questions to email@example.com
Get involved with COA board and help make a difference in the community.
Donate to our programs COA Food Connection and COA Entertainment
We appreciate your support. Your donations help COAs programs to reach more people so we can feed more families, seniors and military. We also have the chance to have more youth perform live locally and share community resources.
We want to take the time to thank these volunteers!
Lily Benjamin-COA Entertainment Assistant
Helping with Social Media since April 2023
Gavin Gates – Videographer and Production of San Clemente Music Festival Event Highlights Video
LP Lisa Meredith-Parker who did the line up and flyer for Mission Viejo Street Faire Fireworks event
All our Food Connection/ Food Pantry Volunteers!
We love you all!
UPCOMING EVENTS WITH COA ENTERTAINMENT PERFORMERS
OPEN MIC NIGHTS
SAN CLEMENTE VILLAGE ART FAIRE
PAST EVENTS WITH COA ENTERTAINMENT PERFORMERS
July 8 – COA Performers – Lily Benjamin & Calla Manwaring provide music to many Seniors at Cottons (where the Food Connection has provided food for quite a while)
July 4th – Mission Viejo Street Faire Fireworks – These COA bands provide Great LIVE MUSIC FOR Hours! (In order of performances: @ maggiesdilemma @ thebadkissers @junkdrawers @ Teenagenoiseband @stereosity.
July 1 – Village Art Faire – Lily Benjamin and Cara Sanchez
June 29 – COA Performers – Lauren and Jett Lackey performed beautiful Music at the San Clemente Rotary-Demotion Party.
June 16 – Open Mic Night – Baha’i of San Clemente
June 10 – SC Car Show June 10 – COA Performers Aubrie Reichert and Molly Bergman performed followed by band The Chancers with lead singer Lindsy Kohl
June 4 – COA Performers providing Live Music at the Courtyard at Casa Romantica Yoder Days with these performers Ayn Liu, Temi Krovblit, Lauren & Jett Lackey, Aubrie Reichert, Avery Brostrom
May 29 – Aubrie Reicher sang the National Anthem at the San Clemente Sunrise Rotary event-“Honoring Our Heros”
May 20 – Thanks to Ava Moaddeli, Leah Leite and Nathalia Nicolalde who performed instrumental music at the San Clemente Garden Tour
May 20 – COA’s Music Festival at the Outlets of San Clemente
COA Community Outreach Alliance Teams up with other non-profits with similar goals for PROMOTING a HEALTHY LIFESTYLE for Youth and Young Adults.
At https://communityoutreachalliance.com/coa-entertainment/ are photo collages of many of the Events below where the COA performers provided LIVE MUSIC!
At All events- there are COA Poster boards up-Promoting:COA Entertainment, Food Connection & Resources and COA Performers make announcements – Promoting COA!
Check out our RESOURCES page: https://communityoutreachalliance.com/resource/
Do you need groceries?
Free Food Distribution for those in need without identification!
No questions asked! At no cost!
*Now Every 2nd & 4th Monday
August 14 & 28th
September 11th & 25th
October 9th & 23th
November 13th & 27th
December 11th / None on Christmas the 25th
Food Connection BBQ Lunch for Cottons Point Residents
For over seven years, Community Outreach Alliance Food Connection has been a valuable food resource and social support for residents at Cotton’s Point . Every month, Food Connection volunteers provide a delicious BBQ Lunch. Thank you to the outstanding Food Connection Volunteer team! We appreciate our continuing EnGage and Cotton’s Point partnership!
We love our Food Connection Volunteers! Thank you for all you do to help feed families and the community. Our local families, senior and military families are so grateful for you too!
Check out our Community Resources page on our website to learn about Local free Food distributions, Free Youth Activities, Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol Assistance, Family help, and more.
FREE FUN FOR TEENS
Every Week The Noble Path Foundation has a different fun Social Activity for teen called TGIF
Must be 13+ or older
Hang out, throw darts, play ping pong, watch movies, draw, play games.
420 El Camino Real, San Clemente
Sign up attend at this link:
AIM High is a 7-week free 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.
Next session for Fall starts soon!
Sign up at : https://thenoblepathfoundation.org/membership/