- Business Advocacy
The Chamber switched to a virtual event this year and invited three former Rose Queens to give updates on their lives since their parade, share memories, and answer questions from attendees.
Last March, City Councilmember Adele Andrade-Stadler and Alhambra Teachers Association President Tammy Scorcia were discussing the emerging COVID-19 virus and how it could impact the city and the schools. They concluded the global disease would only get worse and that the city and many of its vulnerable school students would feel the effects of it. They were right. But they were not content to be right; they began doing something about it.
Agreement for zero-emissions vehicles is the industry’s first large-scale commitment to fleet electrification
Ramona Convent freshmen and sophomores were required to complete three service options, while juniors and seniors had to complete six options from a service project list distributed and discussed in their theology classes.
“This exhibition underscores the principle that the struggle for social justice that has taken root in our country must incorporate everyone in society, including people living with disabilities,” said Michael Dergar, CEO of the Academy of Special Dreams.
The workshops will focus on the half mile commercial stretch of East Main Street from Chapel Avenue to the eastern city limits and will include an overview of existing market and physical conditions.
Metro Home Healthcare Equipment & Supply Inc. has been a single source for all one’s home health care and supply needs since 1994.
Voted best Catholic School in the San Gabriel Valley three years in a row.
Robert Fukui, High Point Marketing, will explore the changes in the market now and for the future and how you can best adapt to capitalize on the opportunities.
John Doyle, a volunteer Senior Mentor at SCORE, will discuss how a business should plan for the New Normal, post-COVID environment including finances, operations, strategy, and marketing.