June 4, 1996 |
The Centennial Farm at the Orange County Fairgrounds in Costa Mesa was the scene of an old-fashioned hoedown to benefit the AIDS Services Foundation/Orange County. About 450 guests--many in fancy cowboy boots--attended the Round-Up for Life II barbecue and country-western dance Saturday. The $75-per-person outdoor dinner was expected to net about $80,000 for the Irvine-based foundation, which provides services to people with AIDS in Orange County.
December 10, 1991 |
Like any good personal trainer, Cort Corson offers his clients at the ASF office plenty of encouragement when they're working out. But he stops short of urging them to push their bodies beyond the limit with just a little more weight or a few more repetitions. He knows they're already pushing themselves as hard as they can. For some, that may mean traditional bodybuilding, increasing muscle mass by lifting progressively heavier weights. But for others, weights are out of the question.
September 14, 1999
The event: The 14th annual Big Splash, an all-wet, all-volunteer musical spoof featuring lip-syncing and "un-synchronized" swimming to benefit the AIDS Services Foundation Orange County. The show took place Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights in the backyard pool of the Laguna Beach home of ASF board members Al Roberts and Ken Jillson.
November 8, 1991 |
There have been AIDS walks, AIDS shows, AIDS dinners, AIDS concerts, AIDS recordings and even AIDS auctions. But until this weekend, there has never been an AIDS "cablethon."
December 24, 1992 |
Giving to AIDS Foundation: A donation from 30 Minute Photos Etc. in Irvine will help 350 AIDS sufferers in Orange County enjoy a more pleasant Christmas. The photo developer contributed $5,250 to the AIDS Service Foundation to help pay for a Christmas basket program. The baskets contain merchandise and donations. "Because the AIDS crisis is so compelling, 30 Minute Photos Etc.