The fourth annual Anaheim Semper 5K/10K race and expo is scheduled for 6 a.m. May 22 at Riverdale Park.
This event is hosted by Anaheim 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit Adoption Committee and includes a kid’s 5K run, food and silent auction.
Proceeds directly benefit members and family of the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit. For further information or to register visit semper5k.org or call Carolyn Walters at 714-637-5575.
New leadership for Ebell Club
The Ebell Club of Canyon Hills recently installed new officers for the 2017-18 club year at a dinner meeting held at Yves Bistro.
Nancy Bertocchini assumed the duties of president, taking over the reigns from outgoing president, Heather Terjung. Installing officers Linda Fick and Patti Faiman incorporated her theme “Heaven’s Stars Shine Brightly in the Glow of Our Friendship” as each board member was installed.
Among the newly installed officers are: Susan Harker, 1st vice president, Philanthropy; Judi Sepulveda, 2nd vice president, Ways and Means; Gayle Cornejo and Sandra Owens, 3rd vice presidents, Membership; and Linda Schleiger and Heather Terjung, 4th vice presidents, Programs.
Others include: Janice Caballero, recording secretary; Patti Faiman, corresponding secretary; Rosi Bauer, treasurer; Linda Seymour, parliamentarian; and Renee Bogenreif, bulletin.
Special guest for the evening was Mariellen Yarc, Orange District president.
The next meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. June 5 in the Fellowship Hall of Canyon Hills Presbyterian Church. Membership is open to all women in the community interested in fun, friendship and the community. For additional information about the club, contact membership chair Cornejo at 714-998-5476.
Screenings available for cardiac health
The Shauna Ann Stuewe Foundation is teaming up once again with Heartfelt Cardiac Projects for cardiac screenings from 3 to 8 p.m., on May 17 at Esperanza High School and 3 to 8 p.m. on May 24 at El Dorado High School.
This event is being held in an effort to stop sudden cardiac arrest, and children 5 years and older are encouraged to take advantage of the echocardiogram and electrocardiogram screenings.
The Shauna Ann Stuewe Foundation is sponsoring these screenings as part of its mission to prevent sudden cardiac arrest through awareness and screenings. The foundation was established in memory of Shauna Ann Stuewe, who died at the age of 14 during cheerleading practice at Esperanza High School.
The first 100 individuals to sign up to schedule a screening at each of the locations will receive a scholarship from the Shauna Ann Stuewe Foundation to get the screening for $35 a person.
For additional information, or to register for a screening, visit shaunastuewe.com.
The ninth annual “Golf for a Cause” charity golf tournament, sponsored by the Shauna Ann Stuewe Foundation, is scheduled for June 26 at the Yorba Linda Country Club. The community is invited to participate.
If registered by May 14, the cost is $150 per…