The upcoming outreach tea event (fundraiser) is organized by WROTE (Women Reaching Out Through Evangelism) Ministries & Networking With Purpose, comprised by all volunteers and is non-profit.
The “Enchanting Garden Tea” will take place Sunday, September 27 at 2–4:30 p.m. at the Pala Mesa Resort (76 & Old Hwy 395/Fallbrook). The tea program will be highlighted with a live auction so everyone can bid at leisure and donated door prizes will be given away to some lucky winners.
WROTE Ministries may be new to some residents, however, the 501 (c) (3) tax exempt organization has been actively holding fundraisers since early February, 2009 so that grants/scholarships can be awarded to applicants, who qualify and have lost their home and job, or who are going through dire financial straits due to medical issues. A “free will offering” will be taken that will also help go toward the grant fund.
Keynote speaker and singer is Patty Klein, married to Lloyd Klein of Carlsbad. Besides being a busy mom with seven children, Mrs. Klein makes time to encourage and inspire others throughher “gift in message & song.” As a country singer, she received studio time from EMI Records and her music has been played in Nashville and Europe.
Two of her daughters joined her in voice when they performed the opening at the California State games award ceremony at Qualcomm Stadium. She also performed at the Coach House opening for the 80’s band, “The English Beat”.
According to Marty McCullough, founder/director of WROTE, “Her music touches the hearts of her listeners wherever she sings, and the group feels certain that her very own enchanting personal message will do the same.”
Kara Wuchner, a prominent flute educator in Southern California will perform. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Flute Performance from Chapman University, where she studied with Larry Kaplan. She is Associate Principal Flute with the Inland Valley Symphony and is active in the Music Teacher’s Association of California, as well as a long time member of the National Flute Association.
Wuchner founded the Southern California Youth Philharmonic Flute Choir and directs the Capriccio Flute Choir, a non-audition group, comprised of studentsand amateur flutists, focusing on the fundamental of ensemble playing. In 2007, after completing an apprenticeship in flute repair with Philip Pike of the Master Musician, Wuchner joined the National Association of Professional Band Instrument Repair Technicians.
Four years later, she became a Certified Straubinger Repair Technician.
McCullough added, “Kara has demonstrated that through her talent and expertise she has taken ‘flute playing’ to a much higher level, and people’s music appreciation of this instrument will be enriched. Her playing will truly enhance the overall atmosphere of the ‘Enchanting Bella Garden’.” Newly formed AV & Associates has recently opened its doors to serving the public in a variety of ways. Owners and network representatives from the business community are Karin Schumacher and Amy Vance, who joined forces and established their own law firm. They are also wives and moms.
While Schumacher leans more toward representing clients in estate planning, landlord/tenant, mobile home, HOA, real estate, probate and bankruptcy, including other vital issues, Vance concentrates in Child, Family and Elder Law and her areas of practice have included immigration,family and Elder abuse law. She established landlord tenant law clinics for the California Administration of Courts and has recruited and trained volunteer attorneys to staff public interest law clinics.
Their activities reach beyond their law office. Schumacher has assisted with the Miss California Competition for the past 10 years and frequently makes presentations on estate planning. Vance serves on the board of the Thomas More Society of San Diego and is the Corporate Secretary of Children of The Immaculate Heart.
“Compassion, zeal, understanding, friendly, dedicated, trusted advocate — best describes the qualities of Karin & Amy, who work diligently to provide personalized attention to clients and they recognize the importance of building a strong rapport with clients,” said McCullough.
The cost is $30.00 per person for the tea menu and program. Deadline for tickets is Sunday, September 20. Seating is limited. Interested guests are encouraged to make their reservation early.
To purchase ticket(s) call 858-722- 8771 or 951-234-0230. Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. No nursery care is provided during the outdoor event, and the garden site is a good distance to the main resort lobby.