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Balboa Ski & Sports Club 
Club for Skiing, Tennis, Volleyball, River Rafting, etc. "The Balboa Ski & Sports Club is dedicated to the sport of skiing. We are a Member of the Far West Ski Association and the Orange Council. We race in the Schusski League against other Orange County Ski Clubs. Most races are in Mammoth and coincide with our three day Mammoth trips.... The BSSC Tennis program is an active group of approximately 100-120 tennis players of all levels. We have open doubles group play from 8am to Noon {no cost} every Sunday morning.... Volleyball every Tuesday.... Summer Beach Volleyball - what a great way to spend a Tuesday evening and meet some great people!... River Rafting - at least one trip a year for those adventurous types.... Parties - just about any excuse will do."  Newport Beach
Fountain Valley Ski Club 
"We are a year-round club offering: an annual week-long out-of-state ski trip, other 3- or 4-day ski trips and weekend ski trips to Mammoth Mountain. Our non-skiing activities include bicycling, kayaking, beach parties, camping, golf, Oktoberfest and other fun events. The big trip for our 2003/2004 season will be a week in Aspen, Colorado. Club members are all ages (21+) and skiing abilities, even non-skiers. We live throughout So Cal, with a few out-of-state members, too. We meet monthly on the second Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in Huntington Beach. "  Fountain Valley
Huntington Beach Ski Club 
"The Huntington Beach Ski Club is for active singles and couples who like to do a variety of fun activities including: skiing/snowboarding, whitewater rafting, house boating, water-skiing, camping, Angel games, dinner shows, parties, social events and much more. We take Winter trips to a variety of locations including Mammoth, Utah, Lake Tahoe, and also Big Bear trips. We get group discounts for these trips and we do ridesharing if transportation is not included.... Come and make new friends and do fun things while you're at it. We meet on the first Tuesday of every month in Huntington Beach."  
Newport Autumn Rowing Festival 
November of each year. "Introduction We would like to thank all of last year’s participants for helping create an exciting and successful regatta, and we look forward to your participation in the 2004 Newport Autumn Rowing Festival (NARF). Categories · Novices may not have rowed before 01 January 2004. · Masters must be at least 27 years of age by 31 December 2004. · Masters shall receive handicaps derived from the handicap standards established by the United States Rowing Association. · Juniors must be 18 years of age or under as of 31 December 2004. · Lightweight is defined as a maximum weight of 165 pounds for men and 135 pounds for women. No averaging. No weigh-ins for coxswains. Weigh-ins for lightweights will be held during check-in on Saturday 6 November 2004 and Sunday 7 November 2004 (see below for times). · The Race Committee reserves the right to cancel an event due to lack of entries.... Awards First place commemorative medals will be awarded to the winning crews in each event. Certain sponsored events will be awarded perpetual trophies.... Race Course The Race Course starts at the bridge at the west end of Lido Island and proceeds east around the southern side of Lido Island. At the eastern end of Lido Island, the course abruptly turns to the north (port) towards the PCH Bridge. Coxswains beware, many crews have missed this turn in years past. Once around the turn, crews are directed to race through the right-most arch of the PCH Bridge into Upper Newport Bay. No passing is allowed under the bridge. Approximately 400m past the PCH bridge the course turns to the right (starboard), straightens out for 500m, then turns to the left (port) with 200m to go to the finish line at NAC. Row past the finish line and do not turn around until past the final buoy. See map below. A detailed map will be available at the Aquatic Center. Total Distance: 2.7 miles (4,400 m)."  Newport Beach
OC Celtic Festival 
"To Promote and Celebrate All Aspects of Celtic Culture, and to Instill in Future Generations an Appreciation of Celtic Heritage. Great Celtic bands, Irish/Scottish Dancing, Living History Encampments, Workshops from Beginning to Advanced, Sheep Herding, Shop For Unique Celtic Gifts, Bards, Minstrels, Story-Telling, Children's Activities, Faery Hunt, Children's Highland Games, Genealogy, Scottish Clans, Costume Contests ... Something for the whole family.... Food & Drinks At Festival: Prices Average $6/plate - Scottish Meat Pies- Sausage Rolls, Haggis, Steak Pies, Fish &Chips, Irish Corned Beef with boiled cabbage and new potatoes (served with a slice of rye bread) Corned Beef Sandwich on Rye or Sour Dough (with a bag of gourmet chips) Chef Jimmy's famous Irish beef stew. Fresh Fruit Bowl Homemade Irish Carrot Cake. Beer -Soft Drinks- Coffee Drinks-Smoothies"  Irvine
OC Ski & Snowboard Club 
"Founded in 1965, the Orange County Ski & Snowboard Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to bring southern California skiers and snowboarders together for some real fun on the snow. Every year we put together great ski trips to Mammoth as well as other destinations, such as Whistler/Blackcomb, Big Mountain, Jackson Hole, Lake Louise, Val d'Iser, Steamboat, Alyeska, and more. Our club is a member of the Far West Ski Association (FWSA), which is the regional voice of skiing for the states of California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, and Arizona. During the off-season, we engage in cycling, hiking, barbecuing, and other fun. Meetings: September through May, we meet the first and third Wednesday of each month... at 7:30 p.m. During the months of June through August, we meet the first Wednesday."  Costa Mesa - the authoritative source 
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Orange Council of Ski Clubs 
"Since May 5, 1971, Orange Council of Ski Clubs has been addressing the issues of Skiers in and around the Orange County and Southern California. Originating from the Southern Council to better serve the high concentration of skiers in this area, this motto was established - 'Toward Better Skiing.' We are and always have been an active member of the Far West Ski Association and we are also a member of the National Ski Council Federation. 'Toward Better Skiing' Our Council and our clubs are still striving toward that goal. Our volunteer based organization encourages our people to get in shape for skiing, find great travel adventures, support disabled skier programs/ other charities, be informed on public affairs issues, oh yes--ski and embrace the opportunities on the recreational race course with our own Schusski Race League. Each year we sponsor a trip to the Far West Ski Association Ski Week. In the past we have joined FWSA for Steamboat Springs, Jackson Hole, Lake Louise, Whistler/Blackcomb, Sun Valley, (to name a very few) and this year for the 2004 trip we plan to attend FWSA Ski Week at Lake Louise, Canada. Each race weekend there is a Council sponsored bus trip. Whether it is on Alpine, Nordic, mono, or shaped skis, snowboard, snowshoes, dog or horse drawn sleds or snowmobiles our people plan to have fun in the snow! Our local weather provides us the opportunity to play tennis, to bike, and to inline skate, as well as participate in snow sports in the winter, too. Spring offers beach volleyball, mountain biking, golf, hiking, not to mention water related sports – the varieties are endless. Some of the present clubs were part the historical inception in 1971and others are just making history – skiing – enjoying snow sports, making and being friends – all of the things associated with ski clubs with all seasons activities. Each of our clubs is unique – therefore it is easy to say – there is a club especially for you."  
Shooters Ski Club 
"We are primarily a Ski Club. We operate as a non-profit organization with a set of by-laws and membership dues to maintain that status. Usually run four trips every year, these are discussed in "Shooter's Trips". Occasionally, we include summer activities such as white water rafting or weekend cruise to Ensenada. We are a member of the Orange Council Chapter of the Far West Ski Association. The Shooter's Ski Club is focused on travel, most of the other ski clubs are focused on racing."  
Snowbounders Ski Club, Inc. 
"Snowbounders Ski Club, located in Anaheim, California draws members from Anaheim, Fullerton, Yorba Linda, Long Beach, Huntington Beach, Garden Grove, Brea, La Habra and several other Basin cities. Activated in 1962, the club has been in continuous operation.... The general club meets monthly from September through May on the 3rd Thursday of each month.... Snowbounders Ski Club is an organization of active, mature adults who gather for the primary purpose of arranging and participating in quality snow sport trips. Apres Sport events are scheduled year 'round. Regular meetings held between September and June provide members with interaction, coordination of activity information and opportunity to register for trips and events. The Ski Scoop is published monthly to provide additional activity information, trip reservation forms, calendar of events and details of trips past and future. The club supports recreational snow skiing, snowboarding and cross country skiing. Apres ski activities on trips can include dog sledding, hot air ballooning, ice skating, and dinner parties. At home events cover bicycling, kayaking, B.B.Q.s, ice cream/pool social, and progressive dinner."  
Volunteer Center of Orange County 
"The Volunteer Center Orange County is the essential partner in improving quality of life in Orange County by connecting community resources, increasing volunteerism, and building professional capacity in nonprofit organizations."  Santa Ana
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