- 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.
The Open House will include fire safety information handouts; CERT Program and sign-up information; fire station tours; and fire department rescue and vehicle and equipment demonstrations.
The Alhambra Chamber of Commerce, an advocate for smart growth, business development, and job creation, endorses the plan for a new Lowe's Home Improvement store and mix of commercial development on Fremont Avenue.
San Gabriel High School, in collaboration with the Alhambra Fire Department, recently celebrated the school’s CERT Program graduation.
The Alhambra Fire Department will be cooking up some tasty pancakes at its benefit Open House and Pancake Breakfast from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 15, at Alhambra Fire Station 71, 301 N. First St.
The community is invited to help celebrate the Alhambra Historical Society’s 50th anniversary from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 30, at the museum, 1550 W. Alhambra Road.
The Alhambra firefights will ignite the “Spark of Love” toy drive to collect toys for distribution to needy children for the holidays.
Fire personnel will fire up their grills on Saturday, Oct.10, as the Alhambra Fire Department invites the community to its Annual Fire Department Open House and Pancake Breakfast.