This morning, July 18th, paramedics were called to the Center for Science and Technology construction site. A construction worker, currently working on the project, felt faint and needed assistance. After the construction worker was evaluated, he was determined to be okay. Thank you so much for your concern.
The cozy workroom at the back of The Dizzy Daisy is chock-full of ribbons, vases, wire, florist tools, calendars and all the rest of the makings that go into the designing of floral arrangements. But every semester owner Dana Rice makes room for one more special addition – an intern from Chapman University. Since opening
The Neighborhood Advisory Committee met on June 15th in Beckman Hall 214. You can download and read the full minutes here. Archived minutes from all meetings are available on this blog’s Neighborhood Advisory Committee page.
Have an Old Towne summer story or memory you’d like to share? Join the conversation by emailing your stories to Alisa Driscoll at email@example.com and we’ll assemble them in a blog post next week here at NeighborsofChapman.com. Enjoy the summer! Ice cream on summer afternoons. Concerts in the park. A dip in
Seven Gables Real Estate is hosting a Backpack Drive, with coordinated efforts from Orange Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors, and OUSD. The goal is to donate 150 backpacks filled with age appropriate supplies needed for the coming school year to those students of Orange Unified School District who are homeless, in foster care, or socioeconomically disadvantaged
As part of the renovation project on Roosevelt Hall, Chapman University’s HVAC contractor will use a helicopter to lift heavy air conditioning equipment onto the roof of the building on Saturday, June 4, starting at 8 a.m. The work is expected to be complete in one hour. Roosevelt Hall is located at the northeast corner
Chapman’s construction firm, CW Driver, has just alerted us that we will have our first concrete pour tomorrow, June 8th, for the Center for Science and Technology. The pour will last all day and will consist of approximately 22 trucks traveling the route from Center Street south to Palm. There will also be approximately four