Date & Time:
Sunday, Aug 7, 2022 11:00 am – 3:30pm
1400 Elks View Ln., Fullerton MAP
FREE ADMISSION & FREE PARKING
Better Health and More Joy
Informative Speakers, Healthy Food, Fun, Prize Drawings & Shopping with 20+ Vendors
Each vendor will have a prize drawing valued at $30 or more.
Food will be from Elks Lodge serving healthy light lunch.
For More Info Contact us at Info@WCOF.club
Forum Of Speakers
Lucy Garza Park
Improve Your Well-Being With Oils.
Lucy Garza Park: DoTerra Wellness Consultant, Volunteer with the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force & Domestic Violence Awareness Advocate.
My oil journey started at a time when my kids would get sick for 2 days and I caught what they had and remained sick for 2 weeks. During that time, I would visit after hours care 6-8 times a year with the illness of the day. With the attitude of “What do I have to lose?” I tried the oils. I soon learned diffusing Lavender improved my sleep and lessened allergy symptoms. On Guard helped against seasonal threats and saved me from UTI’s. Peppermint stops headaches in its tracks and quells upset stomachs. Frankincense, Peppermint and Lavender rollerball dulled excruciating migraine pain making life livable. Oils are now a form of daily self-care. I believe anyone can improve their well-being with oils.
Angela is passionate about guiding her clients through all natural and holistic practices of diet and lifestyle, herbs bringing her clients from an in-balanced state to a to a healthy, balanced state of mind, body and soul to ensure they can fully experience A Superior Life!
Benefits & Joy of Dance
Jeanette Reese was born and raised in California, but moved to Fullerton in 2015. She started her career as a health educator, with a specialty in sex education, and after obtaining her masters, became a strategic planning consultant to businesses.
After leaving the business world, she focused her creativity on writing and dancing. Jeanette coordinates classes through the OSHER Lifelong Leaning Institute at CSUF. She has one book on Amazon and is currently working on her second.
When she’s not writing, she leads a senior flash mob known as the Fullerton Flashers. Their ages range from early sixties to late eighties, but they delight audiences of all ages. Out of all her “jobs”, she reports leading the Flashers may be the most fun of all.
Improve your Emotional State to Improve your Health
Breathing Techniques for Balance & Energy
Tara’s Chance Therapeutic Riding for All
Louise Hernandez was born and raised in Burbank, California. She is a 37-year resident of Yorba Linda and is passionate about her faith, family and community. Louise enjoyed a 30-year career as a Radiology Transcriber and was the sole proprietor of Executive Medical Services for eighteen of those years. Before and since retirement, Louise has been actively involved in community service. She served as a Board Member for the Yorba Linda/Placentia Family YMCA from 2000 to 2010, during which she was a Division Manager, Campaigner, Board Solicitation Chair and Senior Fitness Instructor. Louise joined the Yorba Linda Woman’s Club in 2007, a diverse organization that is working to promote civic, philanthropic, cultural and educational interests within the community through the spirit of volunteerism. She served as Club President from 2016-2018, and currently serves as Community Liaison, among other project chairmanships. Louise is the Director of Fundraising for the Yorba Linda 11th MEU Adoption Committee, serving active duty Marine families at Camp Pendleton. She is an Honorary Member of the Greater Chino Valley Rotary Club and has travelled to Caborca, Mexico, to distribute polio vaccines with Rotary International District 5320.
On July 5th, Louise and Gene Hernandez celebrated their 53rd Anniversary. Together, they have three children and six grandchildren. Louise enthusiastically believes that your time is your gift to others. In 2018, with that in mind, Louise was recruited and wholeheartedly accepted a seat on the Tara’s Chance Board of Directors. She was elected as Board President in November, 2019. Her inspiration lies in the incredible staff and volunteers who are committed to offering unwavering hope through horses for our special needs community.
Joy, Energy and the Law of Attraction
A single mother and high school dropout Linda Holman started a business at 28. It seemed like magic when the right people, circumstances, and timing came together It was easy, effortless, and intuitive.
She ran the company for many years before leaving it to pursue her passion for bringing awareness to the power within to create the life you desire.
Applying metaphysical principles affords Linda travel, a beautiful home, fine dining and many other comforts.
She shares these principles in her classes and workshops.
A community advocate, she was instrumental in the revitalization of Woodcrest Park, she started a school garden for Woodcrest Elementary, she did an Urban Forestry project in Costa Mesa. She educated the city and put on the first e-waste collection held in Fullerton. She also started the WCOF Natural Health & Beauty Expo.
Linda gives talks to organizations and groups. Topics include, stress relief, self care, and energy. She also gives a free self empowerment workshop for WCOF and teaches yoga for Elk members.
Ecological Awakening: Connecting to Nature
Jensen is an Environmental Advocate and Member of the Fullerton Park Committee
Dylan Garcia & Perry Charkatz
Vibing to the Beat
Learn what drumming is all about and enjoy a fun demo with Dyaln and Perry. Dylan performed at Renaissance Fair in Corona, and teaches drums at Mo’s Music in Fullerton.
- Celesty Skincare – Robin Murashine
- My Bath Infusions – Sandra Shelton
- Optavia – Joan Deleskiewicz
- Style With Debbie – Debbie Adams
- Poured out of Love Candle Co – Laura Jimenez
- Hotel Life Sheets – Rosemarie Anderson
- Touchstone Crystals – Lily Romos
- Younique – Linda Lu
- Bee Natural Honey – Ludy Anguiano
- Farm Fresh To You – Kyle Perryman
- Norwex – DeAnna Schlabsz
- Advantage Care Chiropractic – Dr. Henery Cardenas
- Whole Body Health Team – Melissa Vance
- Camp Bow Wow – Kris Hanna
- Tupperware – Diane Watson Beal
- Made in Radiance – Mayra Ramirez
- Caprice Crafts – Tania Cerza
- Nana Bees Basket – Beatrice Elisaldez
- OsteoStrong Brea – Elizabeth Nunez
- Arbonne – Kari Woodson
- Lagom America – Juniper Hahm
- LifeWave – Mitzi Ambrosio
- YogaSix La Habra – Karishma Arora
- Mary Kay – Millie Mikulski-Culpepper
- AKT Fullerton – Kathy Kim
For Vendor sign-up contact Debbie Adams at President@WCOF.club
11:00 am ~ 3:30pm Vendors
Vendor Set-up is 9am.
Please Bring Donations of:
For the Tecate Orphanage in Mexico