Welcome to the Exchange Club of Newport Harbor
Exchange is a non-profit service club supporting the prevention of child abuse, promoting Americanism, sponsoring youth and community projects and exchanging ideas on how to achieve these goals more effectively.
Our club is one of the 700 clubs in the United States, all of which are members of the National Exchange Club headquartered in Ohio. The national organization has its own user-friendly website at www.nationalexchangeclub.org.
The Field of Honor 2013
Currently, our primary event is the Field of Honor, held annually on Armed Forces weekend. See and walk among the 1776 American flags honoring our service men and women. The exhibit opens Friday, May 17, at 9:00 a.m. at Castaways Park, Newport Beach. The flags will be dedicated in a ceremony to be held Saturday, May 18, at noon. The exhibit closes Sunday, May 19. Dedicate a flag to your loved one in service.
100You can personally dedicate a flag to an individual of your choice, honoring a service member with a yellow ribbon with his or her name, rank and branch of service. You can put your name on it, too, if you would like. You will receive an official card acknowledging your tribute. You may also keep the flag and the pole, if you wish.
If you want to dedicate a flag, you can do so two ways:
- To order by mail, click HERE to download the order form. Print it out, complete it and mail it with your check to Exchange Club of Newport Harbor, PO Box 1022, Newport Beach, CA 92659.
- To dedicate a flag, enter the name. rank and branch of service of the honoree in the block provided below. Then click "Add to Cart." If you want your flag shipped, go to the down arrow at the right in the block and enter the honoree data and also the shipping address for the flag.
- If you merely want to make a donation, click on the "Donate" button and proceed.
Our club also participates as a member of the California/Nevada District, with the website of www.calnevexchange.org and, as mentioned above, is part of the National Exchange Club (www.nationalexchangeclub.org).
Please visit both of these websites to grasp the scope and impact of Exchange Clubs near us and throughout the land.