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Mr. Knight saw up close how serious the issue of homelessness is when he first moved to Los Angeles in 2006 while working for the Los Angeles Free Clinic (now the Saban Community Clinic) and seeing all of those families in need. It was a wake-up call.
The Rotary Club of Alhambra presented its 29th annual Mini Grants awards.
By applying for free or reduced-fee meals to keep their status current, eligible parents directly impact the funding at their child’s school for vital student programs.
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.
School Superintendent DeniseJaramillo said AUSD schools could open in phases and, no matter what, there will be an emergency plan in place to immediately convert all curriculum to distance learning should the need arise.
The Alhambra and The Ratkovich Company donated $6,000 to the Alhambra community in recognition of Teacher Appreciation Week.
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.