- Business Advocacy
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.
Yang’s Kitchen has adjusted its food menu items for more convenience and less labor intensive prepared dishes, yet they still have the high quality taste of freshness and healthy organic ingredients.
Since acquiring and redeveloping The Alhambra in 1999, The Ratkovich Company has demonstrated its ongoing commitment to providing tenants and the local community with a healthy, creative, environmentally conscious campus that ties into its mission to improve the overall quality of urban life.
The Downtown Alhambra Business Association is sponsoring not only the “Virtual Hallowscream Costume Contest” for kids, but also offering a “Spooktacular Enter to Win Giveaway,” awarding prizes such as gift cards and vouchers from local businesses.
The Community Conversations Series will provide an intimate digital forum to connect with students, parents, staff, and community members during a school year like no other anyone has ever experienced.
Isabelle and her team assembled goodie bags packed with essentials and kind notes of inspiration.
Residents can drive or walk to S. Second Street, between Main Street and Commonwealth, behind Alhambra High School to get the free nasal swab.
The Back to Work Alhambra Webinar is regularly scheduled for 9 a.m. Tuesdays.
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.