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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.
There are three main responses to an active shooter. Most important — run! This is why it is important to know the escape routes in advance. Secondly, if necessary, hide in an area out of the shooter’s view. Silence cellphones and remain silent, lock doors, and block entry to the hiding place. Turn of the lights and remain calm. Finally, if life is in danger, be prepared to fight.
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Ramona is a welcoming Catholic college-prep high school for girls in grades nine through 12. Ramona graduates face the future with an extraordinary education, a global vision fueled by Catholic values, an independent spirit, confident leadership skills, the support of their Ramona sisters, and the strength of a legacy of more than 130 years of excellence.
The Los Angeles County Development Authority provides loans up to $2 million that are customizable for business needs.
Proceeds from the luncheon helped fund Alhambra’s 92nd Rose Parade float, “The Power of Hope.”
The throwback music from the jukebox, checkered tile floor, retro furniture of red vinyl bar seats next to the counter, classic diner booths, and the vintage pictures of 1950s iconic Hollywood stars like Marilyn Monroe and James Dean would take diners back to the ‘50s era.
Jasmine House, a sister restaurant of the well-known Hop Woo Seafood & BBQ restaurant in Chinatown, Los Angeles, serves authentic Chinese cuisine with an ambience of casual and modern family style dining.
Join the fun, and support the YMCA by buying tickets at the YMCA for $50 per person prior to the event. Reserve a table for 10 people for $550.
Sam Yue, investment adviser rep, Primerica Advisors, will present "Understanding the New CalSavers Law."
Joanna Vargas, owner of The Fit Factor, will present "Learn How to Make Money on Instagram," which is perfect for business owners who are beginners or intermediate with Instagram. All attendees must have an Instagram account and be logged on.
Chris Lopez, development specialist at Community & Economic Development Los Angeles County Development Authority, will give a talk on "Small Business Financing."
The SBA Office of Advocacy advances the views and concerns of small business before Congress, the White House, federal courts, and state policy makers.
Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent John Palmieri will present "Cybercrime, Business E-mail Compromise, and Social Media Implications."
Southern California Edison will present this Lunch & Learn.
True financial health is based on four key components: spending, saving, borrowing, and planning.
Learn how to reach an online audience to stay top-of-mind with potential customers.
Knowing some simple tips to build an engaging website will not only gain more customers but can help you avoid painful and unneeded lawsuits.
With the recent changes in the tax law, taxpayers are feeling wary and confused about their upcoming 2018 tax filing.