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November Lunch and Learn – Veterans’ Services

with Bobby McDonald, Orange County Veteran Advisory Council Chair
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 – 11:30am-12:30pm
Free Monthly Event

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Join us for an informative presentation about Veteran’s services in Orange County, including Buffalo Soldiers, Heroes Hall at the OC Fair Grounds, and this year’s key Veterans to remember.

About Orange County Veterans Advisory Council

The OCVAC was created in March 1978 and is comprised of members appointed by the O.C. Board of Supervisors. They volunteer their time and services without pay. The Council is made up of nine members who are residents of Orange County representing all areas of the county and all are U.S. Military veterans with Honorable Discharges. The function and duties of this Council are: to advise the Board of Supervisors on issues of importance to veterans and their dependents based on input from the veteran community; to provide a source of liaison and communication with various groups relative to veterans issues; and, to promote involvement in veteran’s related events and functions within the County.

About Bobby McDonald

Bobby McDonald is an effective community and business leader, with accomplished sales and marketing skills. He is a notable speaker, author and historian. He serves as President and Executive director of the Black Chamber of Commerce of Orange County. Under his leadership the Black Chamber has consistently partnered with minority business associations, local chambers and legislators to provide support and advocate for the county’s many small-business owners. McDonald has developed the Black Chambers educational outreach program and established the chamber’s veterans’ business network programs. Partnering with Explorer Studios, two award winning educational films have been produced, “Building the Dream” and “History of the Buffalo Soldiers”.

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Carnegie Gallery

The Historic 1908 Carnegie Library is on the United States National Register of Historic Places, and was built using a 10K grant funded by Andrew Carnegie. It served as the city library until 1963, then became home to the Anaheim Museum in 1987 before becoming part of Muzeo in 2007. Available for private event rental.

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