- Business Advocacy
"As president of the Alhambra Chamber, I will continue to advocate for legislative issues important to the business community, work with the residents of Alhambra for the businesses they want to see in Alhambra, and work with City Hall to bring those businesses to Alhambra."
To maintain the safety of families and staff, FNS started a new Grab & Go schedule April 8, and it will continue throughout the rest of the school year.
Mark Keppel, Alhambra, and San Gabriel finished with 60, 68, and 35 medals, respectively. Keppel walked away with the highest Division I honors, ranking first in both overall scores (48,103.7) and Super Quiz (5,600). They also made LA County ACADECA history by becoming the first school with a combined score of over 100,000 points between their A and B teams.
Mike McCollum has turned the 5,700-square-foot building into what is called co-working space. Co-working facilities offer access to professionally furnished offices without the cost of signing a lease, buying or leasing furniture, and the hassle of running an office.
Over the next three years, $30 million for elementary schools and $25 million for high schools will be spent on bond-financed equipment and building upgrades.
The Chamber's Play fore the Kids Golf Tournament begins at 11 a.m. Oct. 18 at the Alhambra Golf Course.
“These schools implement outstanding educational programs and practices that help California students realize their potential and put them on the path to achieve their dreams,” said State Superintendent Tom Torlakson.
On March 17, the Alhambra Educational Foundation presented its Annual Service to Education Awards Dinner and Gala.
Dinner, dancing, poker, black jack, roulette, raffles, silent auction.