Dr. Lee Returning Home To Dine At Club 33

After working 28 years at Club 33, it was so wonderful to return, but this time I was the guest!
Mickey and Pluto seemed happy to see me and I was sure happy to see them. Honestly, I miss Club 33, being there felt like home.

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Dr. Lee Waiting For The Next Drink Order!

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Friday, November 26, 2010

New royalty in the land:

Move over, Sleeping Beauty, Rapunzel needs some room for her 70 feet of golden locks.

On Oct.15 the stars of Walt Disney Pictures' 50th full-length animated feature, "Tangled," moved into Fantasyland at Disneyland Park next door to Pinocchio's Daring Journey, Guest can now visit Rapunzel and Flynn Rider in their new meet-and-greet location, and little princesses can get the full Rapunzel makeover experience at Bibbidi Bobbido Boutique in Fantasyland.


Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Celebrating Micky Mouse:

This month marks the 82nd anniversary of the creation of Disney's most famous character and " friendship ambassador to the world," Mickey Mouse. The American icon was introduced Nov.18, 1928, in the first synchronized-sound cartoon,Steamboat Willie, and first created into a plush toy in 1930.


Thursday, November 18, 2010

Thought for the day:

love is like math,a simple idea, then it gets complicated....


Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Every step counted for CHOC Childern's:

On Oct. 17, more than 14,000 walkers participted in the 20th Anniversary CHOC Walk in the Park presented by the Disneyland Resort and rasied more than $2 million for the patients at CHOC Childern's. Disney VoluntEARS had an astounding presence with 786 cast members, friends and family who raised a total of $140,000 as of Oct. 19, and funds are still coming in.
In the early morning kick-off ceremony, Disneyland Resort President George A. Kalogridis and Disney Ambassadors Danielle DuBois and Quinn Shurian surprised President and CEO of CHOC Childern's Kim Cripe with a check for $200,000 to CHOC Childern on behalf of the Disneyland Resort.
The Disneyland Resort has a long history in partnering with CHOC, which opened its doors in 1964. "Walt Disney was one of the founding board members for CHOC and, through this walk, we are continuing Walt's legacy of giving back to the community," said Allen Fazio, vice president, Global Business Technology Strategy and CHOC Walk co-executive champion.
"Thank you to all of our cast members,friends and family who are walking today or who have supported the CHOC Walk in some other way," said George. "We couldn't have done it without you!"


Thursday, November 4, 2010

Julie Casaletto-Disney's First Ambassador:

Nearly half a century ago, Julie Reihm-now Casaletto- was bestowed the honor of being the first Disney ambassabor. The role, initially part of the "Tencennial" celebration of Disneyland, was created to put a face and a name to the park.

History of the Ambassador Program:

The year was 1964 and the tenth anniversary of Disneyland Park was fast approaching, Mary Poppins was showing in theaters, the 1964-65 New York World's Fair was in full swing and "Project X,"which later became the Walt Disney World Resort, was in the planning stage. With so much to done, Walt Disney's free time to keep up with media interviews and event requests was limited. Walt wanted to do something special to help celebrate the tenth anniversary of Disneyland Park. Hence, the Ambassador Program was created.

Opportunity of a Lifetime:

Julie's first role at the Disneyland was as a tour guide during her first summer of college. Little did she know she would soon be a legendary part of Disneyland history. Walt personally selected Julie to represent Disneyland and the thousands of cast members working at the park.
"Being selected as the first Disney ambassador was a tremendous honor and very exicting," said Julie. "Knowing that I would travel the world, filming with Walt for the "Wonderful World of Color' and representing Walt as his personal representative to his friends, I felt the magic and glow of pixie dust."

Working with Walt:

One of the most unique opportunities Julie had was interacting with Walt. Julie mostly admired Walt's attention to detail. For example, "On the first day of filming for "Worlderful World of Color,' Walt noted that he and the director had personalized chairs on the set. He also noted that there wasn't a personalized chair for me, as he said,'my co-star.' He shared this detail with two stagehands, and in no time at all a chair with "Julie" was on the set.

Advice for the Future Ambassadors:

For aspiring Disney ambassadors, Julie shares this piece of advice: "Follow your dream! Representing the Disneyland Resort opens doors to fellow cast members and to people all over the world. Your experiences will be memory makers, for you will represent a gaint in the world of enterainment and happiness."