Court Reporters for the Cure

South Coast College has such incredible alumni who are not only successful but always involved in supporting others.  Cassandra Caldarella, CSR, Alumna, Official Court Reporter in Orange County, and Linda Simpson, CSR, alumna, owner of Simpson Deposition Services, have teamed up to provide an outstanding opportunity for students and court reporters to both network and to unite for a great cause.  It is called Court Reporters for the Cure to be held September 27, 2015 in Newport Beach.

  • Cassandra Caldarella, CSR
    Cassandra Caldarella, CSR
  • Lnda Simpson, CSR
    Linda Simpson, CSR

You can be involved in this event by participating in several ways:

1.  You can go directly to the site and sign up for $35 and attend without receiving the special Court Reporters for the Cure shirt created for the group..  Go to komenoc.org , select September 27 Race for the Cure in Newport Beach, and select Group Court Reporters for the Cure

2.  You can support a student to attend by contacting Kathy Genevay at South Coast College at kgenevay@southcoastcollege.com and paying $50 for a student to walk and to receive the special Court Reporters for the Cure shirt.

3.  You can both attend and support a student by contacting Kathy Genevay at South Coast College at kgenevay@southcoastcollege.com..

4.  Students may sign up on their own without being sponsored by a court reporter.  To receive the special Court Reporters for the Cure shirt, you must sign up with Kathy Genevay at South Coast College at kgenevay@southcoastcollege.com.

5.  Students may sign up their family and friends to join you on the walk.  However, if you want the special shirt Court Reporters for the Cure, you must sign up this week with Kathy Genevay at South Coast College at kgenevay@southcoastcollege.com as the shirts have to be pre-ordered.

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