Giddyup and let’s get going down to the Tustin Senior Center for their Annual Casino Night on April 4, 2014. Festivities begin at 7:00 pm. This year’s event is western themed and western wear is highly encouraged. Hitching posts will be provided in the east parking lot for your horses.
The event will feature blackjack, roulette, craps, Texas Hold ’em and, of course, bingo. There will also be country karaoke in the lounge for all the aspiring Merle Haggard and Tammy Wynette types out there.
Pre-sale tickets are available (presumably at the senior center or Parks and Recreation) for $12 for seniors and $17 for non-seniors. Tickets at the door will be available for $15 & $20 respectively. Admission includes $200 in gaming chips, a raffle ticket, horse d’oveuvres (get it?) and a free drink. All proceeds go right back to the Tustin Area Senior Center through their non-profit organization.
For more information, call (714) 573-3340 and just say, “please, ma ‘am”.
Tustin City Council Candidates, Tracy Worley-Hagen and David Waldram, have hit the ground running with back to back fundraisers all over town. Waldram held a separate fundraiser to kick off his campaign a few weeks ago at his home. Following that, Tracy Worley-Hagen joined him for a fundraiser held at the Loveland residence in Tustin Ranch. A large crowd of supporters joined them for discussion, food and to hear the candidates speak about their views on the city.
Waldram and Worley-Hagen then held a fundraiser at the Hewes House in Old Town Tustin on Friday, Septbember 14th, where they kicked off their joint campaign with new yard signs sporting the Worley-Waldram logo. Both candidates have said they are concerned over the real budget issues of the city and the ongoing disparagement of residents who try to speak against the council majority.
This is an interesting experiment in city politics because the two candidates, running together, are politically disparate. As Waldram pointed out to the sizable crowd, he is not interested in walking a party line, he is interested in doing what is best for the city. Worley-Hagen echoed that sentiment.
Tracy Worley-Hagen is a veteran city council member and 4 time mayor of Tustin. She was instrumental in obtaining the Tustin Marine Corps Air Station base at a no cost transfer to the city, making this one of the last bases to be transferred that way (apparently, the Feds have finally wised up and realized the land they transfer is worth something).
The Worley-Waldram campaign will be holding another fundraiser on Thursday, September 20, 2012 from 6:30-8pm at the Machado home.