This week in the Event-News-Enterprise – Feb. 20, 2019

This week in the Event-News-Enterprise – Feb. 20, 2019

Cypress Chamber eliminates all “paid” positions

The Cypress Chamber of Commerce announced this week that as of February 1, it had eliminated all paid positions within the Chamber to administrate the Chamber’s daily activities, and that the chamber would henceforth be run on a volunteer basis. [more]

Youth Center to celebrate one million service hours

By David N. Young – For an institution founded even before the City of Los Alamitos, the non-profit Youth Center has qualified for White House recognition after having logged more than one million service hours to the community they continue to serve. According to Executive Director Lina Lumme, the Los Al Youth Center began “transforming children’s lives” back in 1952 while the city itself was not incorporated until 1960.
[Editor’s note: actually, the Youth Center goes back to 1948, it was just incorporated in 1952]… [more]


Champion Los Al cheer squad wins second in national competition

The Los Alamitos Varsity Cheer team took second place recently at the the highly competitive Division 1 National High School Cheerleading Championships in Orlando, Florida. They were the only California team to compete in Division 1, and their recent championship at the first ever CIF Cheerleading championships actually proved problematic… [more]

Protecting children in a ‘world without borders’ greatest societal challenge of our time

By David N. Young – Opal Singleton is a woman on a mission. Every moment of every day, she matches wits with some of the smartest, filthiest and diabolical people on earth in her role as a human trafficking expert and training officer the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. Working in human trafficking since 2010, Singleton has authored two popular books on the subject, she’s written courses for… [more]

Author: losaltv


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