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1994 - Valencia Mercedes co-owner Eddie Murray sets MLB record for switch-hit home runs in games (11 times) [story]


np_hopeNEWOctober 13-20

Planet Yogurt

27023 McBean Pkwy, Valencia

(661) 254-2471

 

Planet Yogurt is Painting the Town Pink for Circle of Hope!  From October 13th to October 20th, Planet Yogurt is donating to Circle of Hope every time you come in and mention Circle of Hope by name. No coupons just let them know you support Circle of Hope. It’s as easy as that!

October 16

Pick-up Stix 

Please download this flyer and present it to Pick Up Stix, they will donate 20% of your purchase to Circle of Hope.

 

Every Wednesday in the month of October from 11:00 a.m.to 9:00 p.m.   Dine in, Take Home, Phone Ahead, Catering, Online Ordering

25960 The Old Road Valencia, CA 91381

(661) 288-2090

 

Help raise funds for Circle of Hope during Breast Cancer Awareness Month through SCV Book Exchange. Just remember the flyer!

October 19

Live Entertainment by Jimmy Carnelli

Come and enjoy the great sounds of Jimmy Carnelli in front of Brighton Collectibles at Westfield Valencia Town Center, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

 

Please come out to say hello and listen to great music. To learn more about Jimmy Carnelli, check out his website at www.carnellientertainment.com

October 20Bunco for Hope

3rd Annual Bunco for Hope 

TPC Valencia Golf Club
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Enjoy a great day at the club with great food and great fun and wonderful raffle prizes, brought to you by the Castaic Mom’s Club. All proceed will benefit Circle of Hope Inc. For more information regarding this event please contact Starlet Picone at (661) 877-3570.

October 20 Bingo for Hope

2nd Annual Bingo for Hope 

Robinson Ranch Golf Club
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. 

If your looking for a hot BINGO game then you need to head to Robinson Ranch Golf Club this Sunday for some fun and great raffle giveaways. Coordinator Linda Boyle and daughter Kim have a great day planed for you. Call (661) 993-6644 for more information and how to purchase tickets. Great food and fun for a great cause!

October 20 The Wine Affair

The Wine Affair

Westfield Valencia Town Center
2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. 

Do you love wine, great appetizers and entertainment? Then you’ll love this… Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita’s annual “Sip, Stroll and Savor the Sounds…The Wine Affair.”

 

The 6th Annual Wine Affair will be held in support of women’s health issues with title sponsor, Comfort Keepers In-Home Care. New this year is a VIP only venue for sponsors and VIP ticket holders. All attendees will enjoy delicious tasting, great music and socializing at the many venues along Town Center Drive.

 

General Admission Tickets are $50.00; VIP Tickets are $100.00. To purchase tickets please visit www.thewineaffair.org

Every Day in October

 
braceletBrighton Collectibles
Come and shop at the Brighton Collectibles in the Valencia Town Center and purchase “The Power Of Pink” merchandise. Just remember if it’s Pink, Circle of Hope receives more donations from Brighton. Purses, necklaces, earrings, wallets, and of course the amazing one of a kind bracelets. Shop all month long and Circle of Hope benefits. The more you buy, the more breast cancer patients can be helped. 100% of the proceeds collected will stay right here in Santa Clarita. Shop Local and Give Local!

Encore Dance Fitness

Buy any pink item in the boutique during the month of October, and Encore Dance Fitness will donate 15% to Circle of Hope to help this local charity help fight breast cancer.
All Circle of Hope employees and clients are welcome to take an Introductory Week at Encore Free of charge and will receive 10% off of monthly membership.

Mary Kay “Pink Giving Back”

As a Breast Cancer Survivor myself, I would like to donate 50% of all pink lipgloss & pink lip stick sales in the month of October to Circle of Hope.

 

Sheryl Geraci

Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant

(661) 877-5544

www.marykay.com/sherylgeraci

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