UPCOMING EVENTS

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Keppel’s Angel Kuo shares journey to teaching gold standard

1/29/21

In December, Angel Kuo earned her hard-won credential as National Board Certified Teacher.

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U.S. Bank opens in Alhambra

1/29/21

U.S. Bank is expanding and looking for innovative ways to serve their customers and community.

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A home office away from home

1/29/21

Members of Iona Workspaces, 1500 W. Alhambra Road, have included people working in design, architecture, tech, app development, branding and marketing, law, finance, HR, consulting, accounting, and other fields.

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Republic Services committed to serve

1/29/21

As a global pandemic rocked communities, Republic Services’ team worked to provide essential services, making sure that recyclables, green waste, and trash were collected on a weekly basis.

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Tesla comes to Alhambra

1/27/21

The Tesla Corporation will open a facility at the former Alhambra Mazda location.

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AUSD welcomes new 2021 Board of Education

12/28/20

All three new board members are educators whose childhood experiences animate their work and achievements.

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Alhambra Chamber of Commerce presents Rose Queen Zoom Luncheon

12/28/20

The Chamber switched to a virtual event this year and invited three former Rose Queens to give updates on their lives since their parade, share memories, and answer questions from attendees.

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Valley Vista Services continues legacy

12/28/20

Today, Manny’s sons, David, Chris, Vince, and Peter, are leading Valley Vista Services. Their passion still lies in serving the Greater Los Angeles area and San Gabriel Valley communities, which is why they remain highly involved in outreach efforts and contribute in countless ways to the betterment of the community.

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Road to White House goes through Alhambra

12/28/20

“My teacher, Ms. Magdolna, has taught me everything I know about the violin,” said Angilia Zheng, a young CEMALA violinist. “She has shown me a world of music that I am extremely grateful for."

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Alhambra teachers find new ways to serve students

12/28/20

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.

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