Hello San Diego Notre Dame Family:
Here are the events coming up in the next few weeks:
BC Game Watch!
Saturday, September 16th, 12:30 pm (Pacific Time)
After a tough Georgia contest, our beloved Irish hit the road this week to take on the Eagles of BC. Note that game time has been revised to a 12:30pm (local) start. BC is 1-1 and is #118 in scoring offense after 2 games with 16.5PPG (vs. the Irish at #54 averaging 34). The Irish are currently 13-point favorites and are sitting on a 5-game winning streak vs. the Eagles. To summarize, the quantitative analysis favors the Irish. 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. Here’s how to find us: Social Tap – Downtown San Diego adjacent to Petco Park • Crust Pizzeria – Carmel Valley • Rosati’s Pizza Pub – Vista
Hesburgh Lecture: What Should We Fight For?
Thursday, September 28th, 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 Michael C. Desch, Ph.D, Director, Notre Dame International Security Center (NDISC), Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study, The University of Notre Dame (speaker bio)
Club Luncheon, Presented by the Senior Alumni: “Human Trafficking”
Thursday, October 5th, 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 (to ensure enough tables and lunch)
Speaker: Summer Stephan, Chief Deputy District Attorney, San Diego County (bio link)
The Senior Alumni of San Diego invite all of our local ND family (seniors and not-yet-seniors) to attend October’s event, where they will welcome Summer Stephan, Chief Deputy District Attorney, San Diego County. Ms. Stephan will give a talk entitled, “Human Trafficking, Threats of Target Violence to our Schools and Community and the Exploitation of Children.” Please remember to RSVP if you plan to attend!
Ken Stimeling ’90
The Notre Dame Club of San Diego