An orginization which provides a supportive and positive learning experience in which members are empowered to develop communications and leadership skills, resulting in greater self-confidence and personal growth is Toastmasters.
The non-profit organization is over 90 years old and has more than 345-thousand members worldwide.
Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes her guests from the Toastmasters Chapter Possibilities Unlimited based in Mission Viejo: Susan De La Portilla, Munjen Ng and Marguerite Bonnet.
On 80 acres of Trabuco Canyon land in unincorporated Orange County is a place where troubled children can learn how to lead healthy and happy lives.
Boys Town California has been providing nurturing services since 1991 and is celebrating it's 25th anniversary.
Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Boys Town California Executive Director Lawren Ramos.
"Run the race before you stuff your face" is what the Dana Point Chamber of Commerce tells participants of the upcoming 39th Annual Dana Point Turkey Trot which will occur on Thanksgiving morning Nov. 24th.
There will be a 5K, 10K, and Kids Gobble Wobble in and around Dana Point Harbor and Doheny Beach.
Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Dana Point Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Heather Johnston.
With Veteran's Day on Friday, Saddleback College is celebrating Veterans all week.
Festivities on the Mission Viejo campus include a field of flags to represent those veterans who paid the ultimate price, a panel with veterans of all branches and eras and an event entitled A Day In Our Boots.
Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Saddleback College Veterans Education and Transition Services Program Coordinator Terence Nelson, Veterans Student Council Director Anand Kothari and Orange County Memorial Park Foundation Chairman Bill Cook.
Never Ever Give Up was the motto and message from 12 year old Jessica Joy Rees, better known as Jessie who Courageously fought two brain tumors between March 2011 and January 2012.
Her motto lives on in bringing joy to children fighting cancer through JoyJars that are created by the Jessie Rees Foundation.
Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Jessie's dad Eric Rees who is the CEO of the Jessie Rees Foundation.
Pancreatic Cancer is the third most deadly cancer in the United States. This year, over 53-thousand people will be diagnosed with the disease and more than 41-thousand people will die from it.
In our County, the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network Orange County will be holding its annual walk on November 12th to raise money for Pancreatic Cancer Research.
Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes 14 and a half year Pancreatic Cancer survivor, Roberta Luna, her husband Vic and Orange County affiliate volunteer Ana Shook.
Lung cancer is the number one cancer killer of both women and men in the U.S. It also has one of the lowest five year survival rates of all cancer types. And every two and a half minutes, someone in the U.S. is told they have lung cancer.
The American Lung Association raises money and awareness about the deadly disease. It will have a local Lung Force Walk November 5th at Mason Regional Park in Irvine.
Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes American Lung Association State board member Kaiser Permenente San Juan Capistrano Pediatrician Dr. Afif El Hassan.
Saturday, South County students, families and community groups will unite in Mission Viejo to promote healthy choices and drug-free lifestyles.
They will be participating in Mission Viejo's 28th Annual Walk Against Drugs.
The event begins with a 30 minute rally at Mission Viejo High School followed by a mile and a half walk to a celebration fair on the Village on the Green.
Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Mission Viejo Chief of Police Services Ken Binning, Mission Viejo Crime Prevention Specialist Khatra Molina and Emergency Services Manager Paul Catsimanes.
Breast cancer is a group of cells that are a malignant tumor that starts in the cells of the breast. It's the second leading cause of death among women.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which means we'll be seeing a lot of pink, as that's the symbol of Breast Cancer Awareness.
Please join KSBR News Director Dawn Kamber as she welcomes Mission Hospital's Breast Center Nurse Navigator Susann Burnett and Breast Cancer Survivor Janelle Lowery.