Hello San Diego Notre Dame Family – So much stuff coming up, I’ll get right to it…
Student & New Grad Networking Brunch
Sunday, June 26th, 1030am
The Farms, 8500 St. Andrews Rd., Rancho Santa Fe, CA
To RSVP, please click here: http://goo.gl/forms/CaGmAPOk7AfQ46y93
On Sunday, June 26, the University and the Notre Dame Club of San Diego will be hosting a networking brunch for new graduates and summer interns. We want to connect recent graduates and interns with each other and Notre Dame alumni in the community and to provide the students with unofficial mentors to reach out to for any type of advice. We also want to introduce Notre Dame’s Talent and Employer Relations Specialist (Kaci Kelly) to alumni in the area who are interested in hiring Notre Dame Students or want to learn more about the Notre Dame Career Service piece of the California Initiative! Brunch will be provided!
Domerpreneurs First Gathering
Wednesday, June 29, 5pm – 7pm
Social Tap – outdoor patio, 815 J Street #101, San Diego, CA 92101
For questions, please contact: Alex Montoya ’96, firstname.lastname@example.org
Alumni and Friends, the ND Club of San Diego will be hosting the first “Domerpreneurs” meet up 29 June at the Social Tap outdoor patio from 5 PM to 7 PM. The purpose of this group is to bring together those considering entrepreneurial endeavors and also for those in the “throes” of the experience, to share the ups and downs of owning your own business and vision.
Senior Alumni Luncheon
Thursday, July 7th, 1130 – Social gathering, 1200 – Lunch
Lomas Santa Fe Country Club (1505 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach)
Lunch Cost: $18.00 (Tip and Tax included)
Please RSVP to: Frank Whitton ’56 at 760-438-9400 or email@example.com (to ensure enough tables and lunch)
Speaker: Mr. Arne John Nelson, Captain, USN (Ret.), Chief Executive Officer of the San Diego USO
The USO has served our nation’s men and women in the U.S. military, and their families, around the world, from the moment they entered the military, through deployments and during their transition back to the private sector. The USO downtown center served over 34,000 visitors last year. The USO center located at the Airport served over 120,000 traveling military personnel during the same period. The USO provides a myriad of diverse services to our service men and women which Mr. Nelson will discuss with you in more detail at the luncheon.
The Shirt 2016 On-Sale
There are still some shirts available so that you can show your pride in 2016 with this year’s Shirt (http://theshirt.nd.edu/)! San Diego Club sales for this year’s Shirt are currently underway. The club is able to sell the shirts at $15 each while the ND Bookstore price is $18. If you are interested is securing a shirt, please contact Rob Sills at firstname.lastname@example.org with the quantity and sizes that you need.
Annual Student Sendoff Picnic
Saturday, July 30th, 1130 mass – 1200 Picnic
Mass at Sacred Heart (7th & C), Picnic at Spreckels Park (6th & C), Coronado
- $25.00 for unlimited family members or
- Individually: $10/adult, $5 students/kids 5 & older, FREE for incoming freshmen & kids under 5.
Please RSVP in one of the following ways:
Register & Pay Online via our event page: http://sandiego.undclub.org/sendoff2016
Email Karen Ron ’02 at email@example.com.
Ronald McDonald House Volunteering
Sunday, July 31st, Need coverage from 9am – 2pm, We’re serving lunch from 12:00pm-1:30pm
Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego, 2929 Children’s Way, San Diego 92123
If you’re interested in helping with this event, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Families spend long days and nights at the hospital with their child. When they come back to their “home away from home,” a hot nutritious meal gives these exhausted and overwhelmed families the chance to relax and connect with others before the next day starts. The Mission of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego provides a “home away from home” for families with children being treated for serious, often life-threatening conditions at local hospitals. Their vision is to provide a welcoming and convenient home base where families may take care of their basic needs so they can better focus on what really matters: caring for their critically ill or injured child.
Ken Stimeling ’90
The Notre Dame Club of San Diego