- Business Advocacy
Although Covid-19 has forced cancellations of mainstay activities, it doesn’t mean seniors can’t still be celebrated for their amazing achievements.
Many restaurants throughout Southern California have been affected by the economic distress due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Health care workers and staff, who are putting in many hours of service to care for patients, cope with exhaustion and lack of decent meals.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of West San Gabriel Valley & Eastside have provided bulk food and emergency supplies as well as hot meals from local restaurants directly to families across all of their six club locations.
The testing site, located on South Second Street, south of Main across from Alhambra High School, will be open BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday from May 4 to May 29, as long as supplies last.
“Many families are hurting right now because of this emergency,” said Mayor Ross Maza. “The city wants to help provide some relief in these uncertain times.”
Cokreeate, a 3D printing company located at 1019 E. Main St., unit B, Alhambra, used their 3D printing abilities and resources to give back to frontline medical workers by donating handmade cloth face masks and 3D printed face shields.
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.