Daily Archives: October 14, 2016

Stanford Game Watch, Halloween Party (Community), Hesburgh Lecture, USC Buses

Hello San Diego Notre Dame Family:

Our slate of Oct-Nov events is well underway. Whether you’re a football fan, a community service volunteer, or are interested in the latest perspective on social media from the business school (or all three), we have something for you. Also if you have kids at OLP or Cathedral, or the Poway school district, we’ll have club members working the college fair tables at those events next week. Drop by and say hi!

Sanford State Game Watch
Saturday, October 15th, 4:30 pm (Pacific Time)
Well, I take back what I projected last week. I’m not sure there was anything much to learn about the team’s progress from last week’s hurricane bowl… our offense was nonexistent, but then so was NC State’s for the most part. This was thanks to defense led mainly by Mother Nature. So. This week brings a tough, but still winnable matchup with a Stanford team who has surrendered 86 points to the state of Washington while amassing only 22. Will the Irish be able to make it 3-in-a-row? If we’ve solved our defensive issues, then possibly…we certainly have the offense for those numbers. Join us to see what happens! You don’t need to be a club member, ND grad or even San Diego resident to join us, you just need to love ND football. ** Important Note: Prospect Bar has changed its name to Rooftop La Jolla, but the address is the same. Here’s how to find us: Rooftop La Jolla (formerly Prospect Bar & Grill) – Downtown La Jolla • East Village Tavern + Bowl – Downtown San Diego

Halloween Party for Kids at Fr. Joe’s Village
Friday, October 28th, 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Domer Friends and Families, we need your help and support for our next community outreach event. On October 28, Friday, at the Father Joe Village downtown San Diego (Imperial Ave) we will put on a Halloween Themed celebration for homeless and disadvantaged teens. We need a team that is willing to be creative to decorate the hall, manage the food line, and also set up a craft table full of supplies to make your own masquerade mask. We are looking at 60 to 70 total people with 50 teens and the rest support staff and volunteers. Having fun is authorized, making a positive influence on these challenged teens is welcomed, and giving this group of party goers a few hours of normalcy is the goal. We need food, music, and people the day of the event willing to enjoy
the evening (In costume would be great!). if you’re interested in volunteering or if you would like more information please contact Martin Holguin MBA ’14 at community@ndsandiego.org.

Hesburgh Lecture: Big Data and Social Media
Thursday, November 3rd, 6:30pm – Social gathering, 7:00pm – Lecture
Admiral Baker Club House 2400 Admiral Baker Road. Bldg. 3604 • San Diego, CA 92120
The event is free and open to the public!
Please Register on: Our Hesburgh Lecture Event Page
Speaker: Professor Corey Angst, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mendoza College of Business, The University of Notre Dame (speaker bio)

Buses to the USC Game
Saturday, November 26th, One bus at 10:00am, two at 12:30pm
The Irish return to Southern California on Saturday, November 26th for what we assume will be a 5pm game (officially, the time is not yet announced), and your San Diego Club will get you there! Cheer the Irish on to victory! Avoid the traffic and parking hassles. Add to the fun of this day by partying with other Irish backers during the relaxing ride north.

For pickup times & locations, cost, reservation and payment info, see the USC Bus Event Pages for each bus:
Old Town Transit Center (10:00a departure):http://sandiego.undclub.org/2016USCBusOldTown.
Sabre Springs Park & Ride (12:30p departure):http://sandiego.undclub.org/2016USCBusSabreSprings
Solana Beach (12:30p departure):http://sandiego.undclub.org/2016USCBusSolanaBeach

For any questions, e-mail luckynd@hotmail.com

GO IRISH!

Ken Stimeling ’90
Communications Director
The Notre Dame Club of San Diego
webmaster@ndsandiego.org

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