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When Mr. Thai opened Save More Pahrmacy, he began offering flu shots and, wanting to be of service to his community, he made arrangements with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to administer a batch of 2,700 COVID shots as well.
There were over 80 in attendance on the Zoom webinar and over 1,400 views on Facebook Live. Mayor Sasha Renée Pérez gave an update on the state of the city. Vice Mayor Katherine Lee and Councilmembers Ross Maza, Jeff Maloney, and Adele Andrade-Stadler joined the live webinar and greeted the participants.
Ramona Convent freshmen and sophomores were required to complete three service options, while juniors and seniors had to complete six options from a service project list distributed and discussed in their theology classes.
As the Medicare system becomes increasingly complicated, it is good to have someone to advise seniors and their families. Ms. Simms stays current with the issues and choices available for health care and offers her consulting time for free.
AUSD is hosting the events from June 4-19 and is responsible for making sure participants comply with the protocols.
Although Covid-19 has forced cancellations of mainstay activities, it doesn’t mean seniors can’t still be celebrated for their amazing achievements.
L.A. County Assessor Jeff Prang will present tax-savings opportunities for home and business owners.
Proceeds from the tournament help fund the chamber’s annual scholarship program supporting graduating seniors at Alhambra’s high schools.
The 2016 Chamber Golf Tournament is proud to benefit local high school seniors pursuing higher education.
Senior Summer Entertainment! Beaches, Festivals, and Shopping!