What’s in this week’s Event News-Enterprise? June 26, 2019

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What’s in this week’s Event News-Enterprise?  June 26, 2019

Supt. Pulver seeking culture of collaboration and inclusion

Second of two parts.  By David N. Young – While there is little or no debate regarding the demonstrated excellence of the Los Alamitos Unified School District, newly installed Supt. Dr. Andrew Pulver hopes to use collaboration and inclusion to not only enhance the system’s performance but create a caring, connected culture to broaden and deepen it.  Pulver said he plans to keep the system on its current path, yet he envisions many new ways to connect, communicate and educate students to elevate all students and enhance their opportunities in later life. [Read more]


Mitsubishi announces plans to leave Cypress

Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA), the fastest-growing Asian brand in the U.S. for the second consecutive year*, will relocate its headquarters from Cypress, California, to Franklin, Tennessee, a suburb of Nashville.  The move is part of an ongoing plan to reinvent every aspect of Mitsubishi Motors in the U.S., from corporate leadership to dealer partners to every touchpoint in a customer’s relationship with their vehicle, and will sharpen the company’s focus on future growth and innovation.  Since 1988, MMNA has been rooted in California — now Cypress, and Fountain Valley prior to that.  This move will begin in August, and be completed by the end of 2019. [Read more]


More than 200 sign up for Serve Los Al

Over 200 volunteers served both Friday, June 21 and Saturday, June 22 at the 2nd Annual Serve Los Al event beautifying the City, nonprofits, and senior resident homes in the community. A Health Clinic sponsored by Lestonnac Free Clinic served over nearly 80 participants with free dental extractions, medical care and acupuncture. Over 30 vendors were present for the MemorialCare Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach Health Expo. Additional Serve Los Al sponsors included Southland Credit Union and Cottonwood Church.  Senator Tom Umberg was in attendance along with our City Council. [Read more]


Officials gather for Chamber’s Kickboxing Ribbon cutting event

The Los Alamitos Chamber of Commerce performed a Ribbon Cutting ceremony for  I Love Kickboxing in Los Alamitos. Certificates were presented to ILoveKickboxing owner Jessica Borello, along with Marie- Pier Borello, by David Ochoa ,a representative for Senator Tom Umberg, Ryan Billings presented on behalf of State Assemblyman Tyler Diep, Mayor Pro-Tem Richard Murphy from the City of Los Alamitos, and Nesi Stewart, 1st Vice Chairman of the Chamber. Tacos were served as well as delicious pies donated by Polly’s Pies of Los Al.  [Read More]


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Author: losaltv

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