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The community joined in the whole-day celebration by participating in activities and eating good food.
Schools won by garnering the most votes and received awards ranging from $5K to $30K for programs aimed at enriching student lives both in and out of the classroom.
People eagerly lined up early at Ohana Brewing Co, where the festivities kicked off at 4 p.m.
Admission is free. There will be games, prizes, family resource booths, food trucks, a Duck Design contest, and more.
Per tradition, a bagpiper will lead the crowd through the Downtown Alhambra area and make stops at participating restaurants and bars.
The tournament took place at the Alhambra Municipal Golf Course. It was the last one to be overseen by retiring golf course manager Jerry Wisz, who was honored by former Alhambra Mayors Mark Paulson and Steve Placido for his long service to the golf course and to Alhambra.
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.
As always, the luncheon will feature local community and business leaders who will serve lunch while in costume.
The Chamber's Play fore the Kids Golf Tournament begins at 11 a.m. Oct. 18 at the Alhambra Golf Course.
5K Run proceeds will go towards Mark Keppel's High School sports, educational programs and clubs.
5K run proceeds will go towards Sports, Educational Programs and Clubs!
Hosted by HealthCare Partners and California Mission Inn
The San Gabriel Mission will host its 244th annual Fiesta celebration over Labor Day weekend Sept. 4 through Sept. 6. The three-day event will feature an International Food Court with a wide selection of cultural foods, live entertainment, mechanical rides, and a Beer Garden. Admission is free.
A festival and carnival to usher in the Year of the Sheep. There will be all-day entertainment and demonstrations, 200 booths, cars on display, games, and prizes.