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St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, Lenten Friday Fish Frys.
The Costa Mesa Chamber and our Civic Leadership hope you and your families are safe and staying healthy during this very difficult time. We want to provide as much support as we can to help you through this. Next Wednesday at 4pm we've gathered some restaurant industry experts with different specialties for a video conference meeting to focus in on what restaurants in particular can be doing right now. This is going to be led by industry veteran and local restaurant consultant Tony Penn, who along with several others, has been working with restaurants locally and nationally to answer questions and share best practices for survival. The event will be co-hosted by Mayor Pro Tem John Stephens and Council Member Andrea Marr. We?ve also invited federal and state officials to answer any relevant questions. PLANNED TOPICS TO INCLUDE: Financial Strategies Cash Flow Management for the next several months Working with you Landlord and other vendors Working with your Lender Sales Building Best Practices Innovative revenue ideas from around the country Addressing Fear in both Customers and Employees Employee Retention Panelists from Legal, Insurance, Culinary, Business Solutions and More. With so many resourceful and creative people in our community, there will be some valuable information from this call we can all use.
OneOC and the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce are partnering to support nonprofit organizations and their leaders in our community! In this FREE webinar, attendees will be taken on a Virtual Tour of both organizations? COVID-19 resources and will be able to ask questions of the presenters. Register now to reserve your spot and learn about helpful tools that can support your organization during the COVID-19 crisis.
Cafe Sevilla is offering a special Mother's Day menu available for curbside pick-up.
Dear Costa Mesa Community, Don?t let 2020?s most worthy students get neglected from the praise they deserve. Every year, the Costa Mesa Chamber (and Community at large) honors our city?s talented and highest performing graduating seniors and notable local college students. Although we can?t have our annual dinner ceremony, we will not be deterred from honoring them. We invite you to participate in this year?s scholarship program as a sponsor to help us with funding for their scholarships. All funds raised will go to the Les Miller Sponsorship Program. If you would like to be a sponsor of any amount above $100 you (or your logo) will be listed in our social media blasts, advertising promotions and website (in sponsor categories) as our Costa Mesa Student Supporters. Our students thank you! Sponsor Categories: $100?Supporter $250?Booster $500?Guardian $1000?Champion $5000?Title Les Miller Scholarship Sponsor Please register for sponsorship prior to May 15th, 2020. Our program namesake, Les Miller, was a beloved and high-standing community member for the city of Costa Mesa. He became the first principal of Costa Mesa High in 1958, holding the position through 1963 when he moved over to work at the district office. He stayed active in both the education and sports worlds for years to come, all the way up till his passing in 1995. In 1991, OCC named Les its Citizen of the Year for his work and dedication on behalf of local students. In 1999 he was inducted into the Daily Pilot Sports Hall of Fame for his dedication to Newport-Mesa students and athletes. The following year, Costa Mesa High named its administration building in his honor.