- Business Advocacy
West San Gabriel Valley's YMCA takes more than 100 kids from ages 8 through 15, to spend a week in nature, away from technology.
The future of a community is determined by how it cares for its children
The students participated in the district’s pilot Outdoor Science Camp experience, a program to be offered to all AUSD fifth-grade students in the 2019-2020 school year.
This year, the honorees will be The Alhambra Educational Foundation, Reyna Del Haro Kaiser Permanente Foundation, SCE Foundation, and the Nicole Tilley, William H. Tilley Foundation. All of them have been superheroes in their support of the Y.
The beneficiary of this year’s event was Camp Ta Ta Pochon, which after three years of idleness because of the Lake Fire, needs significant upgrading to support a safe venue for summer camping.
The Assistant Chief of Police in Alhambra is retiring after 32 years of service to the department and the community.
CEO Valarie Gomez welcomed the sold-out crowd, thanking guests for contributions and pointing out the growing need for YMCA 24/7 children’s programs to help working homeless families and disadvantaged parents working two jobs.
On Nov. 21, the YMCA of West San Gabriel Valley signed an agreement with the Early Education and Support Division (EESD) of the California Department of Education to accept a $1.825 million dollar grant.