Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Tinnie and Shiv Grewal completely remodeled this residence to reflect the serenity and calmness of the surrounding hillsides. The clean- lined architecture and open floor plan harmonize with their collection of antiques and abstract expressionism artwork from the 40s and 50s. Several fixtures, sculptures, and furniture pieces reflect the couple’s frequent trips to India. Expansive views are enjoyed from almost ev- ery room, which enhances the indoor-outdoor ambience of the home.
Jack and Jill Guild hosts home tour
Jack and Jill Guild of CHOC Children’s plans its 4th annual Tour of Homes and Boutique on Friday, Nov. 30 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; the boutique opens for pre- tour shopping at 9 a.m. The Guild will showcase three
homes in North Tustin, two with spectacular views, and the third with lush gardens. The boutique and lunch will be held at the City
of Tustin Clifton C. Miller Com- munity Center, 300 Centennial Way. Pre-sale tickets, including lunch, are $50 each, and can be purchased at JackandJillGuild. org. All proceeds will benefit CHOC Children’s radiology de- partment and radiology endow- ment. The Guild has raised more than $5 million by showcasing Orange County’s beautiful homes.
St. Norbert Catholic School recently launched the first class of its STEAM Club, which focuses on science, technology, engineering, art and math. Beginning with “art,” Alec “Bunk” Worth (SNCS Class of 1984) is shown teaching the students about color values, tones, shading and tinting. Bunk was permanently injured during a rugby game, but has since nurtured his talents as an artist. Adventures in Art was made possible by the Kathy Oldham Children’s Fund.
Panhellenic installs new officers Central Orange County Alum-
nae Panhellenic (COCAP) in- stalled its new officers on Sept. 14 at the home of Radhika Dholakia, Zeta Tau Alpha, outgoing presi- dent. The new board includes President Jessica Taylor, Alpha Chi Omega; Vice President Kari Ruvalcaba, Alpha Gamma Delta; Secretary Cristin McAllister, Al- pha Phi; and Treasurer Allison Kirby, Alpha Delta Pi. COCAP celebrated the 90th an- niversary of its founding on Oct.
18. Since 1924, the members have provided more than $250,000 in scholarship funds to members of National Panhellenic Conference sororities who attended area high schools. Scholarships are also
awarded to a sorority member at Chapman University and one at Cal State, Fullerton. For 50 of those years, funds have been raised at COCAP’s annual Athena benefit.
Radhika Dholakia, past president, far left, installed the new Central Orange County Alumnae Panhellenic officers: Jessica Taylor, incom- ing president; Allison Kirby, treasurer; Cristin McAllister, secretary; and Kari Ruvalcaba, vice president.
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