The crowds gathered on Thursday, September 26th, at 4pm. Both the Lake Forest and Mission Viejo Chambers, along with family and friends, and City, State, and Federal governmental representatives, came out to witness and support the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting of ADIO Chiropractic.
After an enjoyable office tour, enjoying various foods, and collecting our raffle tickets, all attendees gathered for both Chamber Ribbon Cuttings, as the governmental representatives each presented their welcome certificates to the Cadman family, owners of ADIO Chiropractic. At the conclusion of the Ribbon Cuttings, raffles were conducted and several deserving members received their gifts.
Once again, both the Lake Forest and Mission Viejo Chambers wholeheartedly welcome ADIO Chiropractic to their business communities!
For more information or to make an appointment at ADIO Chiropractic, please call 949-427-9081 or visit their website at www.liveadio.com.
The above FREE event is hosted by Mission Viejo Chamber members, Orange County Supervisor Lisa Bartlett and Saddleback College.
All veterans, including Saddleback College student vets, active duty personnel, and military family members, are invite to attend and connect with resources that will assist them in achieving their goals!
More details are found on the embedded flyer.
The Marching Home: A Strategy to End Veteran Homelessness in Orange County is an effort by local, regional and federal partners to prevent and end homelessness among veterans in Orange County by December 2020. The initiative builds on the momentum of the 2019 Point In Time and the Orange County Board of Supervisors’ efforts to address homelessness through the implementation of regional resources, collaboration and coordination.
With the leadership and support from the Orange County Board of Supervisors, the Marching Home: A Strategy to End Veteran Homelessness in Orange County is an initiative to develop systematic, intentional and sustainable multi-sector response to veterans in need of assistance and promote coordination and collaboration to meet the needs of the veteran population experiencing homelessness in Orange County.
We thank Orange County Supervisor Lisa Bartlett's office for providing this helpful update. To read more about the strategies and community involvement, please visit http://www.ocgov.com/civicax/filebank/blobdload.aspx?BlobID=98441.
We thank Orange County Supervisor Lisa Bartlett's Office (5th District) for providing helpful tips on earthquake preparedness from ReadyOC.
Every year California experiences approximately 500 earthquakes that are large enough to be detected and felt by local residents. Since Orange County has a number of seismic faults, earthquakes are almost an expected part of living here. Residents should be prepared by identifying safe places in each room of their homes and taking other precautions such as securing furniture and checking for gas leaks.
Please take a moment to read the lifesaving information provided at http://www.readyoc.org.