Volunteers work hard at Orange’s Street Fair – Orange County Register
Students, representing many schools, sports and activities, volunteered for at booths during the Orange International Street Fair.
In the heat they spent long hours serving such delicacies as Italian sausages, Philly cheese steaks and chocolate-covered frozen bananas, or working at corralling bikes or parking cars.
Committed coaches, teachers and parent volunteers were also working in the heat, overseeing the operations and handling the shifts when alcohol was involved.
The Street Fair is a major fundraiser for a lot of groups in town.
Orange High School football player Joseph Martinez gets ready to prep a pineapple for the OHS Football Booster pineapple smoothies. (Courtesy OHS Football Boosters)
The Orange Lutheran High School softball team, under Coach Jennifer Miklos, worked a booth at the Orange International Street Fair. From left, Kira La Scola, senior; Gianna Nicoletti, senior; Ciara Briggs, junior; Taryn Lennon, sophomore; Nicole Murphy, senior, Sarah Taylor, junior; and Paloma Usguiano, junior. (Courtesy of OLu)
Students from area schools, all members of Assisteens Auxiliary of Assistance League of Orange, hawked chocolate-dipped frozen bananas to raise money for their philanthropic endeavors. From left, Sydney Lacy, Canyon High School; Alexis Lacy, Yorba Linda High; bananas Eden Haymond, Canyon High, and Katherine Chrystie, Villa Park High; Elizabeth Chrystie, Villa Park High; and Danielle Wolfe, Orange Lutheran High. (Courtesy Assisteens Auxiliary)
Canyon High School student and new pilot Jake Nowicki. (Courtesy of Canyon High)
Andrew Belk was one of three Canyon High aviation students to earn a scholarship to the annual fly-in in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and fly in both plans and, here, a helicopter. (Courtesy of Canyon High)
Canyon High student J.P. Wright, right, went to the annual Oshkosh fly-in. (Courtesy of Canyon High)
Canyon aviation student Charles Redick took his first flight lesson over the summer, after receiving a scholarship from the Orange County Ninety-Nines women pilots group. (Courtesy of Canyon High)
Mia Kuyumjian, a Canyon High School aviation program student, is all smiles during her first flight lesson. (Courtesy of Canyon High)
Aviation enrollment soars
Enrollment in Canyon High School’s aviation program is soaring, with enrollment almost doubled from the prior year.
There are now 76 students in the program, up from 40 last school year. The program, the only such high school aviation course in Orange County, was initiated and is…