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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Misty May-Treanor Brings Her M2 Clinics to Hawaii

Contact: Lena Quilantang, Creative Sports Strategies
(808) 349-8877;

Lori Okimura, Creative Sports Strategies

(310) 367-9929;



LOS ANGELES, Calif. (December 21, 2010) --- Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, Misty May-Treanor, will stage a series of M2 Volleyball indoor and beach clinics for boys and girls from January 3-7, 2011 on Maui and Oahu. May-Treanor is the founder of M2 Volleyball Camps & Clinics and will host the Hawaii clinics in cooperation with the Aloha Volleyball Club of Maui, and Paulele Volleyball Club of Oahu.

“I am really looking forward to working with all of the young boys and girls who love the sport of volleyball in Hawaii. I’m energized by their love of the game, and am excited to share some of what I have learned over the years with them,” said May-Treanor, who returned recently from the 2010 American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Annual Convention where she was a featured beach volleyball clinician and award presenter for the AVCA All-American and Player of the Year Banquet, presented by ZAMST.

The M2 Volleyball Camps & Clinics were founded by May-Treanor in 2010 and made 9 stops in 7 states including Florida, Texas, and North Carolina. M2 Volleyball will make its first stop in Hawaii at Maui’s Kanaha Beach Park on January 3, 2011 (3:00-6:00 p.m. local time) for the only beach session, Seabury Hall on January 4, 2011 (5:00-8:00 p.m. local time), and conclude at Oahu’s Manoa Valley District Park on January 6-7, 2011 (3:00-6:00 p.m. local time). A full clinic schedule and registration can be found online at

The M2 Volleyball Camps & Clinics in Hawaii are sponsored by Gatorade, Roxy Athletix, Mikasa Sports, and ZAMST. For more information, please contact Lori Okimura of Creative Sports Strategies at (310) 367-9929 or

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Friday, December 17, 2010

Winter Gala 2010

Winter Gala 2010

For Immediate Release

The Winter Gala, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Asian American Senior Citizens Service Center will be held at the Irvine Marriott Hotel on Sunday, December 19, 2010. This special event is a benefit for the Asian American Senior Citizens Service Center's vital programs in senior job training, job placement, senior health, and community service programs.

The AASCSC is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the awareness of the needs of the Asian American elderly, assisting their access to essential health care and social services, and promoting a dignified living in the community. We have provided outstanding programs in senior employment, cancer control, senior health program, and senior/community services. Our services are open and available to the entire community. The AASCSC has been recognized as having the best Senior Employment Training and placement record in the nation. Our Cancer Control Program has saved many women’s lives by offering free clinical breast mammograms and cervical screenings for uninsured and underinsured women in Orange County.

The gala evening will honor AASCSC's major donors: Thomas and Misa Yuen of Newport Coast, David Sun, Harry Tang, the Cathay Bank Foundation, Si Yuan Foundation in Hongkong, Ruth Ding of Laguna Niguel, David and May Hsu, Peggy and Roger Strait, Amy Wong, Mark and Angela Wang, AreaCAOC Chapter, Mary Quon Murphy, and Michael Quon. Thomas Yuen is the well respected Chairman and CEO of SRS Labs and of Prime Gen Biotech Corp. Prior to this, Mr. Yuen was the cofounder of AST Research. David Sun is the cofounder of Kingston Technology.

Additionally, the evening will introduce the 2010 AASCSC Young Ambassadors to society for their many contributions to AASCSC as well as to our community. The Young Ambassadors are:

Eunice Chen, daughter of Stan and Dr. Sueling Chen of Fullerton

Veronica Chen, daughter of Stan and Dr. Sueling Chen of Fullerton

Vicky Chiang, daughter of Quen-Shu Chiang & Emma San-Yan Wang of La Mirada

Peter Chu, son of Howie Chu & Liwen Lee of Yorba Linda

Sandra Chu, daughter of Drs. Paul Chu & Josephine Yang of Irvine

Jessica Hsu, daughter of Alan Austin & Theresa Hsu of Irvine

Maggie Jan, daughter of Dr. Yeou-Der & Jane Shiow-Jiuan Jan of Buena Park

Minnie Jan, daughter of Dr. Yeou-Der & Jane Shiow-Jiuan Jan of Buena Park

Jaimie M. Lee, daughter of Jason & Mei-le Lee of La Habra

Natalie Lee Moy, daughter of Nelson & Kathleen Moy of Beverly Hills

Noelle Lee Moy, daughter of Nelson & Kathleen Moy of Beverly Hills

Liyang Li, daughter of Hongbin Li & Hong Yu of San Diego

James Ning, son of Kershih & Judy Ning of Buena Park

Madison Tang, daughter of Dr. Douglas & Janet Tang of Yorba Linda

The Winter Gala, an evening of floral beauty, dining, dancing, and superb entertainment, will have Ted Chen, NBC anchor as Master of Ceremonies and Lynn Liou, publisher and editor-in-chief of Vivid Magazine as Mistress of Ceremonies.

Guests will be entertained by Oscar Zhang, tenor, grand prize winner of the Carlo Bergonzi North American International Opera Competition, first place winner of the Florham International Opera Competition, and a prize winner of the Luciano Pavarotti International Voice Competition.

Adding to the festivities of the evening will be the colorful folk dancers from the American Chinese Cultural Association from Los Angeles. This dance troupe is well known for their many great programs as well as their beautiful costumes.

The Beverly Hills Cotillion Dancers will delight the audience with their elegant Viennese waltzes. The Irvine Chinese Chorus will entertain guests with Christmas songs during cocktail hour.

Tickets donations for the Winter Gala are $100, $250, $500 and $1,000.

For additional information please contact:

Ruth Ding Winter Gala Chair 949-2l8-8296

Annie Chu Publicity Chair 714-662-0770

Donna Lin Executive Director of AASCSC 714-560-8877

Friday, December 3, 2010

My Growing Wishlist for This Season

I would like to go on a snowboarding trip for my upcoming 35th birthday. This is what I have on my growing wishlist:

1) Vestal Watch's ZR-3:

I really like this watch since it's big and purple. I was able to get this watch tonight! ;)

*P.S. If you're looking for a watch or any other items from Vestal Watch, you have a great chance of getting them as they're having their warehouse sale on Friday and Saturday.

This is the link for more information:

2) These other items are from Burton. Lucky fans can win items from their wish list:,0

Product Details Quantity Priority Options Price Availability
Supreme Boot
Black / Bronze / Teal (8.5)
QTY: 1
Added December 03, 2010
In Stock
Lexa EST Binding
Black / Gold (L)
QTY: 1
Added December 03, 2010
In Stock
Womens Hi-Fi Helmet
Violet (M)
QTY: 1
Added December 03, 2010
In Stock
Total Impact Back Protector
QTY: 1
Added December 03, 2010
In Stock
Women's Total Impact Short
QTY: 1
Added December 03, 2010
In Stock

3) Oakley:

I just bought some goggles from Surfside Sports. They're called Splice.

I also like:

Tiers Snow Jacket:

Knew Snow Pant

4) Billabong's Anne Flore jacket is also high on my list:

I also am a fan of the Saratoga Pant:

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

My Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) Project

I just feel compelled to do something for the kids at The Children's Hospital of Orange County ( this holiday season. I want to be able to hand out gifts to the children during the month of December.

I have gathered a bunch of my own items that I have won from contests or received while attending Surfside Sports' ( Annual Snowboard Carnival.

Today, I picked up a bag full of items from Surfside Sports.

Please send a little love to the following companies:

Vestal Watch

Burton Snwoboards


Celtek Gloves

There are other companies like Quiksilver, Roxy, Billabong, Von Zipper, and others. I'll list more later on...