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Join us for our various events, activities, and meetings.  

Forums: events with candidates or other speakers often begin with a social hour, opening remarks and announcements from the board president, presentation by a speaker, then question-and-answer time. Forum attire: business casual; suit and tie; many attendees wear slacks with a button down shirt. 

Social: events such as happy hour, game night, and pool parties are typically more relaxed occasions to celebrate the accomplishments of the chapter, have fun, and enjoy being together as a community. Social attire: varies depending on the event or activity; designer jeans; dressy casual; collared shirt. 

Special events, such as our Pool Party and Christmas Party, have higher ticket prices. 

Members of LCROC receive discounted rates and priority. 

Ensure you receive LCROC emails. Please add the following email addresses to your Safe Senders List or Whitelist: [email protected], [email protected], and [email protected].

  • Monday, April 15, 2024 at 06:30 PM

    UNDIVIDE US Film Premiere: Orange County

     

     

     

    LCROC is excited to host a special screening of UNDIVIDE US.

    "The documentary is a timely and urgent plea to reclaim the nation’s soul through open discourse, civic engagement, and self-governance.

    The audiences for this film are everyday Americans, leaders, and organizations who are looking to break the narrative cycle of toxic division and build bridges within their local communities. We will reach these audiences by hosting screenings in partnership with a network of state and community-based think tanks, key nonprofit organizations, civic groups, educators, and concerned citizens.

    Our distribution strategy will emphasize the film's call to action: that we must put toxic politics in its place and reclaim our ability to engage in important conversations where dialogue is open, respectful, and thoughtful." (UNDIVIDE US)

    Monday, April 15. 2024

    6:30 P.M.: Doors Open
    7:00 P.M.: Brief Introductory and Screening
    8:15 P.M.: Discussion and Q&A
    9:00 P.M.: Ends

    Irvine, California
    Address provided upon RSVP.

    General Admission: Free

    Attire: Business Casual

    Visit here to RSVP.

  • Thursday, April 18, 2024 at 06:00 PM
    Foster Love in Brea, CA

    Team Building for Good

     

     

     

    We are looking for volunteers.  For over a decade Foster Love continues to improve the ways kids experience foster care. We will be making Superhero boxes for youth in foster care.

    Attendees must RSVP.

    Membership in LCROC is an excellent way to meet likeminded people, participate in political activities, and join together with allies.  We welcome guests, whether with a member or as visitor interested discovering more about LCROC.  One of the greatest ways to contribute as a member is to refer friends and arrive early to greet visitors.

    Thursday, April 18, 2024
    6:00-8:00 P.M.

    560 West Lambert Road
    Brea, CA

    Scroll to the bottom of the page to RSVP.

    "Foster Love is a dynamic non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children in foster care.  Our passionate team, comprised of adults and former foster youth, works tirelessly to ensure these vulnerable children are not forgotten or neglected.  Through collaborations with individuals, companies, and community partners, we provide essential resources and educational opportunities for foster youth.

    Superhero boxes combat the uncertainty and depression children often feel while in foster care.  The goal is to help foster youth feel S.U.P.E.R. (Self Assured, Uplifted, Proud, Empowered, & Resilient)!"  (Foster Love)

    Foster Care Facts: Youth typically spend about 20 months in foster care.  6% of all children in the U.S. will find themselves in the foster care system before they turn 18.  There are approximately 430,000 children in foster care.  50% of the U.S. homeless population spend time in foster care.  (Foster Love).  The main reasons children enter foster care are neglect, drug use, and abuse by parents.  Research has consistently shown that nearly 1 in 5 foster care youth are part of the LGBTQ community.  In many circumstances, being LGBTQ is a part of the reason that they are in foster care.  (Youth.gov)

     

     

     

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  • Saturday, May 11, 2024 at 11:00 AM · $15.00 USD

    Boomers! Day


     

     

    Be a part of the fun.  

    Membership in LCROC is an excellent way to meet others, participate in political activities, and join together with allies.  We welcome guests, whether with a member or as a visitor interested in discovering more about LCROC.  One of the greatest ways to contribute as a member is to refer friends and arrive early to greet visitors.   

    Boomers! Day

    Saturday, May 11, 2024
    11:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M

    Boomers! Irvine
    3405 Michelson Drive,
    Irvine, CA

    $30 members
    $40 non-members
    $15 student or service
    Sponsors: $200 to help support the event.  Ticket included with sponsorship.  Sponsors will be acknowledged at the event.  Click here to contribute more than $200.

    Ticket Includes: 4-Hour unlimited use of all operating attractions (BUMPER BOATS, FLAMETHROWER, GO KARTS, LAZER TAG, MAGIC TEA CUPS, MINI GOLF, ROOKIE GO KARTS, STARSHIP, TILT N SHOUT, and YE ROCKIN TUG).  Excludes: Batting Cages & Arcade Games.  Height and Weight Restrictions may apply.  Rides and Attractions may close without notice due to weather or maintenance.  Visit here for further rules and conditions.

    Dress: Neat. 

    Attendees must RSVP.

    Scroll to the bottom of the page to RSVP.

    As a member-based organization, LCROC has the right to refuse entry to non-members. Video, recording, and photography is not allowed without permission from LCROC.

     

     

    P.C.: Boomers! and Canva

  • Thursday, June 06, 2024 at 06:00 PM · $15.00 USD
    Four Sons in Huntington Beach, CA

    Addressing the Opioid Crisis Workshop

     

    An expert from the Orange County Health Agency will help us discover ways to build a safer and healthier community.  The workshop is part of LCROC’s commitment to provide resources for our members and solutions to the problems in our county.

    Attendees must RSVP.

    Membership in LCROC is an excellent way to meet others, participate in political activities, and join together with allies. We welcome guests, whether with a member or as a visitor interested in discovering more about LCROC. One of the greatest ways to contribute as a member is to refer friends and arrive early to greet visitors.

    Addressing the Opioid Crisis Workshop
    Thursday, June 6, 2024
    6:00-8:00 P.M.

    Location:
    Four Sons
    18421 Gothard Street, Suite 100,
    Huntington Beach, CA

    Includes light hors d'oeuvres: sliders, buffalo wings, lemon pepper wings, and one drink ticket.
    Four Sons has a selection of food and drink items for individual purchase.

    $30 members
    $40 non-members
    $15 student or service
    Sponsors: $200 to help support the event. Ticket included with sponsorship. Sponsors will be acknowledged at the event. Click here to contribute more than $200.

    Dress: Business casual

    Scroll to the bottom of the page to RSVP.

    Background

    “In Focus: Fentanyl - Addressing the Opioid Crisis in Orange County. This drug is 50 times stronger than heroin. It is being illegally made and found in a variety of pills, sold on social media sites and can cause poisoning, overdose and death. Learn prevention strategies and about the lifesaving overdose reversal drug, Naloxone.

    Drug overdose (poisoning) is now the leading cause of unintentional injury death in the United States, causing more deaths than motor vehicle crashes. Opioids – both prescription painkillers and heroin – are responsible for most of those deaths. The number of Californians affected by prescription and non-prescription opioid misuse and overdose is substantial, with rates varying significantly across counties, and even within counties. Orange County is no exception.

    The ADAB (Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board) is responsible for advising the Orange County Alcohol and Drug Administrator and Board of Supervisors on substance use issues impacting the health and safety of Orange County residents and communities. It is comprised of 15 community members, appointed by the Board of Supervisors, who advocate for and provide prevention, treatment and recovery services to those in need.” (OCHCA)

    “Results from the 2021 and 2022 NSDUHs indicate that lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults are more likely than straight adults to use substances…” (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)

    “15% of high school students reported having ever used select illicit or injection drugs (i.e. cocaine, inhalants, heroin, methamphetamines, hallucinogens, or ecstasy). 14% of students reported misusing prescription opioids. Injection drug use places youth at direct risk for HIV, and drug use broadly places youth at risk of overdose. Youth opioid use is directly linked to sexual risk behaviors.” (Centers for Disease Control)