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Honorary Chairman: Michael R. Fagan

Chairman: Bishop Harold Calvin Ray

The CARP Annual Spring Luncheon is a celebration to honor the legacy of CARP's past and thank those who are funding our mission. CARP provides 12 Step Homes that support abstinence-based recovery for economically vulnerable men and women. Our 2022 Honorary Chairman is Michael R. Fagan, and our Chairman is Bishop Harold Calvin Ray. 

Guest Speaker: Kelly McGillis


Kelly McGillis

A California native, Kelly McGillis was born and raised in Newport Beach. After high school, she was accepted into the acting program at the Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts where she began to study acting in earnest. Kelly was so taken with her studies that she applied to and was accepted by the drama department of the Juilliard School in New York. It was while she was a student there that she was discovered by Robert Ellis Miller who cast her in his film Reuben, Reuben as Tom Courtney’s love interest. Shortly thereafter, she appeared on stage in the world premiere of Garson Kanin’s play Peccadillo starring opposite Christopher Plummer and Glynnis Johns.
Her big break was being cast to star opposite Harrison Ford in Peter Weir’s Witness playing the unforgettable role of the Amish widow, “Rachel Lapp”. This was soon followed by other films such as Tony Scott’s Top Gun opposite Tom Cruise, Alan Rudolph’s Made In Heaven with Timothy Hutton and Deborah Winger and Jonathan Kaplan’s The Accused opposite Jodie Foster. Numerous other films followed. Not restricting herself to the big screen, Kelly continued to work in television, starring in several mini-series and movies of the week. She also found time to produce and star in a film adaptation of Kate Chopin’s novel, Grand Isle.
Kelly has always, however, had a love of the stage which was nurtured by her years at Juilliard. Since her graduation, she has found time on a regular basis to perform live theatre – very often classics by Chekhov, Shaw, Ibsen, Shakespeare and O’Neill. She has regularly appeared in starring roles with the prestigious Shakespeare Theatre of Washington, DC and in a national tour of the stage play, The Graduate, as “Mrs. Robinson.” Kelly also received critical acclaim for her performance as “Regina” in the California revival of Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes and for her UK tour of Terrence McNally’s Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune. More recently she appeared in the independent films Stake Land, We Are What We Are, The Innkeepers, the movies for television, Love Finds You in Sugar Creek, An Uncommon Grace and Maternal Secrets.
Kelly has spent most of the past decade undertaking one of her most demanding roles – being a mother and raising her two daughters, Kelsey and Sonora and she’s pleased to say she can now add ‘grandmother’ to her resume.

Excerpts from 2020 CARP Annual Spring Luncheon ~ Mackenzie Phillips

Videography by PSAV

Excerpts from 2019 CARP Annual Spring Luncheon ~ Ryan Leaf

Videography by PSAV

Excerpts from 2017 CARP Annual Spring Luncheon ~ Laurie Dhue

Videography by Frank Eberling