- Business Advocacy
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.
Barbara Messina has devoted herself to the city and its residents, working to improve public safety, fighting to get the railroad tracks lowered between Alhambra and San Gabriel, improving recreational facilities, and expanding business and job opportunities all while ensuring a secure tax base and balanced city budget.
The Assistant Chief of Police in Alhambra is retiring after 32 years of service to the department and the community.
As always, the luncheon will feature local community and business leaders who will serve lunch while in costume.
CEO Valarie Gomez welcomed the sold-out crowd, thanking guests for contributions and pointing out the growing need for YMCA 24/7 children’s programs to help working homeless families and disadvantaged parents working two jobs.
Join local businesses for Coffee Talk, an Alhambra Chamber networking event.