Servite High School has three students whose art work has been selected by a panel of judges for exhibit in the All District Art Exhibit (the best of the best in Orange County schools from out of over 6,500 entries) in the Imagination Celebration Gallery at South Coast Plaza’s Crate and Barrel Wing from May 16, 2012 to May 30, 2012. The All District artists are: Nicholas Reinders ’14 for “The Hallway”, Gerard de Guia ’13 for “Servite Outside”, and Alex Munoz ’12 for “In The Trap”. There will be a student artist reception in their honor on Saturday, May 19, in the South Coast Plaza’s Crate and Barrel Wing.
Also chosen for exhibit in the 1,000 Pieces of Art Imagination Celebration Gallery at South Coast Plaza are Robert Rodriquez ’12, Alex Munoz ’12, Miles Williams ’12, Estevan Gonzalez ’14, Martin Ortega ’14, Juan Carlos Martinez ’14, A.J. Mayin ’14, and Bradley Lineberger ’14. Their art work will be part of an exceptional display of student artwork chosen from over 6,500 county entries from private and public schools, grades kindergarten through high school. The work will be on exhibit at the Crate & Barrel Wing of South Coast Plaza from May 16-May 30, 2012.
On Saturday, April 28th, Servite President Pete Bowen ’82 will be speaking at the Made 4 More Men’s Conference along with four other Catholic men about the need and importance of strong leadership in our community today. The conference will be held at Rosary High School in Fullerton.
For more information, or if you would like to attend this event, please visit www.catholicsatworkoc.com.
Pete Bowen has been practicing and teaching leadership for 25 years. He is the author of the new book: On Leadership: Reuniting America and Reigniting Success and has appeared on various national television programs. He is president of Servite High School and as such, has responsibility for the school and in developing and achieving its strategic vision. Pete is an expert on leadership and ethics. He is a former Marine Corps officer having served as both a pilot and instructor of the AV-8B Harrier.
“There is more to life, but you need to invest in yourself to discover that. Four hours can change your life. Attend the Made 4 More conference, it will be a life-changing experience!” -Matthew Kelly
Suggested Donation $20 per person. Registration includes a light lunch after the conference. Questions? Call Mark McElrath at 714-401-0845 or Mike Haddock at 714-603-8555.