'Circle of Friends' honors contributors


Last updated 1/17/2008 at Noon

Rita Coolidge (center) spends some time with Ann Logan (left) and Susan Bigley during the event to recognize Step Up to the Plate and Capital campaigns contributors.

FALLBROOK — Two-time Grammy Award winner Rita Coolidge recently hosted a special “Circle of Friends” event at the home of Sam and Ann Logan.

The event was held to recognize and honor contributors to the Boys & Girls Clubs’ Step Up to the Plate and Capital campaigns.

Those who donated $2,500 or more were treated to an event that included fabulous hors d’oeuvres, refreshments and a special intimate performance by Coolidge.

Coolidge treated the 50-plus people in attendance to some of her classic songs, including “Fever,” “Cry Me a River,” “We’re All Alone,” “Sentimental Journey” and “Superstar,” plus many more.

Mary Eckert and August Rockwell are happy to see each other at the Circle of Friends event.

She also performed a special birthday song to honor Arlyne Ingold’s 90th birthday. Ingold is a staunch supporter of the Boys & Girls Clubs of North County.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of North County provide programs for more than 900 kids per day at their nine locations with an annual membership of two thousand.

Activities include homework assistance, “Power Hour,” access to computers, arts and crafts, sports, leadership and music programs, plus much more.

Anyone interested in making a tax-deductible contribution in support of the club can call (760) 728-5871.


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