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Child abuse and neglect continue to be a national problem. More than 3.8 million reports of child abuse involving almost 680,000 victims occurred in the United States in fiscal year 2012
Members attending the Annual Membership Meeting on Friday, March 6, 2015 were treated to special musical entertainment offered by students of member school districts who had submitted applications for our Talent search contest. At the end of the event, attendees had the opportunity to vote for their favorite 2. All student groups selected to provide entertainment at the event were awarded a grant for their schools music program.
CONGRATULATIONS to the Winners of our School Talent Search!
1. Grant Amount: $3,000
For: Anaheim City SD Mariachi Program
Member: Anaheim City SD –
Sean Oliu (12 year old soloist)
For more information you can find Sean on Facebook (Sean Oliu Official), Instagram (Sean_Oliu) and Twitter (@SeanOliu).
2. Grant Amount: $2,500
For: San Clemente HS Music Program
Member: Capistrano USD
San Clemente HS (Jazz Big Band)
Follow their music program on FaceBook at www.Facebook.com/SCTritonMusic
To contact them for performances, please contact Mr. Soto at email@example.com
3. Grant Amount: $2,000
For: Garvey SD Show Choir
Member: Garvey SD
Rhythmax (Children’s Choir – 2nd to 5th Grade)
Contact information for the Rhythmax, the Garvey School District Show Choir:
Garvey School District at (626) 307-2103; or Marina Tahmizian cell phone (626) 319-9043
4. Grant Amount: $1,500
For: Mission Viejo HS Music Program
Member: Saddleback USD
Mission Viejo HS (Electric Rock String Quartet)
For more information about this group or to find out when and where their next performance will be contact: John Hannan at (714) 325-8936 or the school website is: www.mvhsmusic.com
As you may have heard, Anthem experienced a security breach on Wednesday, February 4, 2015, and the personal data of many of its members was stolen. At this point, Anthem is still assessing the extent of the theft, but the data stolen possibly included names, birthdays, social security numbers and email addresses.
If you have Anthem insurance, there’s no action required at this time. If your data was accessed, you will be receiving a notification from Anthem with additional information. In the meantime, Anthem has set up a website with information about the breach. For more information go to www.anthemfacts.com.