School District's eight elementary schools can visit their local
McDonald's from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. and McDonald's will give the group
25% of the proceeds, which will go to the campaign to keep low class
sizes in the district. Tonight's events are scheduled for the
McDonald's restaurants at 19350 Goldenwest St. and 20362 Beach Blvd.
Companion Hospice is now recruiting volunteers for an upcoming
training session, which will be facilitated in the Huntington Beach
area, and is scheduled to begin Feb. 19. Become a friend for someone
who needs that extra special caring at the end-of-life. Each
applicant will receive 16 hours of orientation and training from a
professional team. Information: (714) 560-8177 or
Save Our Strays of Huntington Beach will sponsor a low-cost
microchip identification and dog licensing event at the Lake View
Park Clubhouse at 17451 Zeider Lane. Microchipping will be available
only to Huntington Beach residents and will cost $5. To be eligible,
dog owners must provide proof of residency and have a valid dog
license. Annual dog licenses will also be available. Information:
The American Assn. of University Women will host a lunch meeting
on the topic of "Iran Revisited." University of Phoenix professor
Jackie Shahzadi will discuss her visit to Iran after spending 22
years outside of that country. The meeting will be held at 10:30 a.m.
at the Meadowlark Golf Club, 16782 Graham St. The cost of admission
will be $15. Information: (714) 895-1268.
Huntington Harbour Republican Federated will host a general
meeting at 9:30 a.m. at Meadowlark Golf Course, 16782 Graham St.
Newly elected California President Martha House is the featured
speaker. A lunch following the free meeting will cost $15.
Information: (714) 840-0995.
Inventors Forum, the Huntington Beach-based nonprofit inventors'
support group, will meet at Rodgers' Senior Center, 1706 Orange Ave.
The $5 entrance fee includes refreshments. This meeting is for
members only but interested inventors may join at the door.