Lasorda to Be Honored at Golf Tournament Benefitting City of Hope

Tommy Lasorda, the Hall of Famer who managed the Los Angeles Dodgers for two decades, will be honored at the Fred Claire Celebrity Golf Classic, which benefits City of Hope, at Oakmont Country Club on Monday, Aug. 20.
Tommy Lasorda, the Hall of Famer who managed the Los Angeles Dodgers for two decades, will be honored at the Fred Claire Celebrity Golf Classic, which benefits City of Hope, at Oakmont Country Club on Monday, Aug. 20.

Los Angeles Dodgers Hall of Fame manager Tommy Lasorda has been selected as the recipient of the Celebration of Life award in conjunction with the Fred Claire Celebrity Golf Classic that benefits City of Hope. The second annual event will be held on Monday, Aug. 20, at Oakmont Country Club, with all proceeds benefiting City of Hope’s head and neck and thyroid cancer programs.
“We are honored that Tommy will be with us at our tournament dinner to accept this award,” Fred Claire said. “Tommy’s ongoing involvement with so many great causes and charities is a tribute to him and to his family and makes him an ideal recipient of the Celebration of Life award.”
Hall of Fame baseball player Rod Carew received the first Celebration of Life award last year from Claire and Dr. Stephen J. Forman of City of Hope.
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Students Treat All-Star Teacher to World Series Game

It took less than a day for Rita Brown’s students and their families, past and present, to pool $2,740, well more than the goal of $2,000 they had set.
It was money well-spent.
Brown, a longtime Dodgers fan and teacher at San Marino Community Church Nursery School since 1980, enjoyed an all-expenses-paid trip to Game 2 of this year’s World Series. On Wednesday, Oct. 25, she and her husband were at Dodger Stadium, watching their beloved ball club continue its bid for greatness. Continue reading “Students Treat All-Star Teacher to World Series Game”