Orange County Board of Supervisors Recognizes Orange County Soccer Club’s Contribution and Commitment to Community
Monday, October 04, 2021
The Orange County Board of Supervisors recognized the Orange County Soccer Club (OCSC) with a resolution during its Sept. 28 meeting.
Third District Supervisor Don Wagner presented the resolution, recognizing OCSC’s “dedicated service to the Orange County Community.” In the resolution, he highlights the Club’s commitment to providing affordable family entertainment while working to be “a positive, unifying force in the community.” Supervisor Wagner will be on-hand at OCSC’s upcoming Irvine Night match on Wednesday, Oct. 20 to present the resolution to the Club during a special halftime ceremony.
“It is a great honor for the club to receive this resolution from the County,” said Jeff Garner, Orange County Soccer Club president of business relations. “OCSC’S primary goal has always been to be a positive force in the community and an asset to Irvine and greater Orange County. To be a vital part of our community, we have always strived to provide not only entertainment but also valuable services for the soccer community of Orange County and support for the businesses of Irvine. We believe working together with the City of Irvine and the OC Board of Supervisors we can accomplish far more, helping the Great Park in Irvine to become the premier soccer facility in the United States and a symbol of exceptionalism for all of Orange County. This recognition means a lot to us as it highlights our club motto, #FORCOUNTY.”
The resolution also calls attention to the work of the OCSC Community Foundation and the donations, fundraising, and volunteer work the foundation has provided in support of the community.
Orange County Soccer Club is a gold-level Leaders Circle partner of the Greater Irvine Chamber.
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