- Business Advocacy
Nearly 20 local businesses and agencies support and participate in the program, providing vocational experience for students.
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.
Alhambra Educational Foundation (AEF) will register students for its popular Summer High School and K-8 Summer Academy programs, to be held this year for five weeks Monday through Friday.
The public can join in on the fun by creating a short video of a minute or less to show why they love Alhambra. They can post the video on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #LoveAlhambra. The videos may be shared by the city on its social media platforms.
Proceeds from the luncheon helped fund Alhambra’s 92nd Rose Parade float, “The Power of Hope.”
The public is invited to stop by and view the art.
After a year and a half of planning, Ramona School now has a place for students to do their assignments and read and borrow library books.
Groundbreaking for the YMCA's Children's Center was an opportunity for the Y’s CEO Valarie Gomez and Board President Barbara Messina to thank all those who supported the efforts to bring the Children’s Center into being.
The band prepares for its participation in the 2020 Rose Parade.