The Rotary Club of Lompoc will host its 32nd annual Wine Tasting and Auction beginning at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Lompoc Veterans Memorial Building, 100 E. Locust Ave.
The event will feature fine wines from the Santa Rita Hills AVA, beers from local craft brewers and fare from some of Lompoc’s finest food establishments. Tickets are $50 each. Funds raised from the event will support the Rotary Club of Lompoc’s efforts to serve the community, according to organizers.
Registration open for YMCA 'Livestrong' program
The Lompoc Family YMCA is accepting registrations for its “Livestrong at the YMCA” program, a national partnership between the YMCA and the Livestrong Foundation to help adult cancer survivors achieve health goals.
The 12-week program is free to cancer survivors. The next session in Lompoc will be Monday through May 17. The program aims to help cancer survivors move beyond the disease in mind, body and spirit. Trained wellness coaches will work with each participant as they transition from treatment to regaining their physical and emotional strength.
For more information on the program, including how to register, contact YMCA Regional Wellness Director Nicki Marmelzat at 686-2037 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mayor inviting public for 'Coffee with Bob'
Lompoc Mayor Bob Lingl invites the community to join him for a cup of coffee and conversation from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday at South Side Coffee Co., 105 South H St.
Let the mayor buy you a cup of coffee while you let him know how you feel about things happening in Lompoc. Lingl said he'd like to hear opinions on the city's cannabis ordinance and whether residents feel like the city council should have a policy on code of conduct.
"This is your city, you need to speak up," Lingl said.
LHS Alumni Association taking applications for scholarships
The Lompoc High School Alumni Association is accepting applications for three $1,000 scholarships that the organization will award this year to graduating seniors or graduates of Lompoc High School who are attending college or vocational school.
To be eligible, graduating seniors must have attended LHS for four years and must be the son/daughter of a member of the LHS Alumni Association. Applications will also be accepted for LHS graduates attending a university, community college or vocational school who are members of the LHS Alumni Association and enrolled in 12 units.
Applications can be downloaded from www.lompochsalumniassn.org, which can be accessed through the LHS website at www.lusd.org/lhs, or picked up at the LHS counseling office. The deadline for high school students to submit an application is March 30. The deadline for college students is May 18.
Relay for Life fundraiser fashion show April 7
The “Love Will Find a Cure” Relay for Life team will sponsor its annual fashion show benefit luncheon April 7 at the Lompoc Elks Lodge, 905 E. Ocean Ave.
The doors will open at 11 a.m. with lunch set to begin at noon. Local cancer survivors will model fashions from Deasee’s Boutique, and there will also be raffles and door prizes. Tickets, which include lunch, are $40. All profits will go to the American Cancer Society, according to organizers.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, contact Lu Knowles at 736-0049 or Diane Zemanovic at 737-0566.