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Due to the donations and efforts of volunteers from the event, 109 families and 223 children were able to get holiday gift bags.
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.
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.
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.
The Beatlemaniacs, as coined by Bill Yee, will perform a fab and gear Beatles tribute show. They invite everyone to sing along as they ferry down the Mersey to the sound of magical songs of the Fab Four.
The audience is provided with song sheets and colorful Christmas hats and is encouraged to bring their jingle bells and their children to this popular singalong event.
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.
The Academy of Special Dreams believes that all persons, regardless of their disabilities, should have equal opportunities to express their talents and to be successful in the arts.
Fire personnel will fire up their grills on Saturday, Oct.10, as the Alhambra Fire Department invites the community to its Annual Fire Department Open House and Pancake Breakfast.
Special Olympics co-hosts Alhambra and Monterey Park are making welcoming plans to accommodate the needs, as well as ensure the health and safety and enjoyment, of the 100 delegates arriving from Germany to Southern California.