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Linda Patterson

President

Ladies Who Dine

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Email: c***@***.com

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Ladies Who Dine

Background Information

Employment History

Instructional Coach

Washington Elementary School District


Principal

Algonquin School


High-Jump Coach

Sonoma High School


Principal

Barry Goldwater High School


Affiliations

Latvia

Board Member


Pembroke Academy

Secretary


Education

Desert Sky Middle School


Smyrna High


Deer Valley

Barry Goldwater High School


district

Hillcrest Middle School


Bachelor of Arts

Rhetoric and Media Studies

Willamette University


Juris Doctor

Chapman University School of Law


Web References(56 Total References)


LWD - Ladies Who Dine - Ladies Who Dine LV Advisory Board

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Caroline Patterson, Esq.
Orange County Chapter President Caroline Patterson, a former resident of Las Vegas, is the President of Ladies Who Dine Orange County. Caroline has always had a passion for helping others and giving back to her community. During college and law school, Caroline organized various philanthropic events through her sorority Pi Beta Phi, and Queen's Bench, an organization focused on promoting the advancement of women in the law. Now an attorney in California, she continues her philanthropic efforts by volunteering and organizing social events benefiting local non-profits. Caroline's philanthropic interests include assisting victims of domestic violence and abuse, children's hospitals, and low income families. Caroline is also a former National Charity League Ticktocker. In her free time, Caroline enjoys yoga, hiking, reading, spending time with her family and friends, and discovering the best restaurants in the OC!


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Caroline Patterson, Esq.- OC Chapter President and LV Board Member
Caroline Patterson, a former resident of Henderson, NV and President of In conjunction with her studies at Willamette University, Caroline organized various philanthropic events through her sorority Pi Beta Phi. Following the completion of her undergraduate career, Caroline received her Juris Doctor from Chapman University School of Law in 2008. Throughout her law school career, Caroline continued her philanthropic efforts through service with Queen's Bench; an organization focused on promoting the advancement of women in the law. Caroline has been an attorney in Irvine, California for six years, practicing in business and real estate litigation. During Caroline's legal career, she has also consistently volunteered with the Orange County Bar Association and at Chapman University School of Law's Family Violence Clinic, achieving successful results for its clients. Caroline's philanthropic interests include assisting victims and children who suffer from domestic violence and abuse, and she is also a former National Charity League Ticktocker. In her free time, Caroline enjoys hiking, yoga, reading, and spending time with her husband, daughter and their dog named Marshall. She is also a foodie and loves trying new restaurants. Some of her favorites include Mastro's Ocean Club, Honey Salt, Red O, Mamma D's, and The Beachcomber in the OC.


www.suncookvalleysun.com

Recently, Ladies Aid of the Congregational church in Epsom made four quilts in honor and memory of Carolyn Patterson.
She was a long time member of the church and a valuable member of Ladies Aid. The quilts were given to Friends of Forgotten Children in Concord, a favorite charity of Carolyn's. Carol has worked with him in the House and knows he is hard working, conscientious and knowledgeable about many issues facing the state. Interested readers can email Carol for her newsletter.


www.beaufortgazette.com

Lynn Patterson, assistant principal at Lady's Island Elementary School, said she's just waiting for a verdict."The district will make the decision based on what they think is the very best practice for students, and I'll be working my days on my contract regardless of how they slice it up," she said.


The Beaufort Gazette: Under elementary renovations

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"We've dealt with it the best way we can," Lady's Island Elementary Assistant Principal Lynn Patterson said of the needed improvements.Taking advantage of a mostly empty building during the winter intercession, workers have started upgrading the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system and remodeling the nursing office and adjoining bathroom.The wall between the office and bathroom will be torn down, light fixtures will be replaced and a shower, sink, and washer and dryer will be installed, Patterson said.The addition of a shower will be critical, Patterson said, as the school's lone nurse is left with only a sink to clean up a student who has an accident. She also has to use the washer and dryer in the gymnasium to wash soiled clothes."We really need to let students have access to a shower," Patterson said."It's time-consuming on the nurse's part -- it takes time away from her duties.The new space will make things much easier for her."Additionally, the renovations will include a storage space for spare clothes, which are now stored in boxes.Patterson said she hopes the renovations will be completed before school starts Jan. 4 so a temporary office in a mobile classroom won't be needed."Everybody at the school is very patient and understanding," she said.Along with the nursing upgrade, Patterson has a long wish list of renovations and additions, including fixing the roof, hiding electrical eyesores and building covered walkways at the front entryways to protect students from the weather."When it rains, I escort children under an umbrella in groups of 10 from the door to the bus," she said."We look like a walking amoeba."Overcrowding and disrepair due to an aging building is something the staff does its best to work around until the district can afford to make all the needed repairs and renovations, Patterson said.


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