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Welcome New Director Mindy Kittay and Celebrate 10 More Years!

Black news from Pasadena - Community - Altadena Library to celebrateThe Altadena Library District is grateful to the community for its overwhelming support (85.44 percent!) of Measure A. The passage of Measure A renewed partial funding for our libraries for the next 10 years. We could not have maintained our current levels of service and community programming without your support.

All community members are invited to a celebratory gathering and welcoming event with Mindy Kittay, the new District Director. Mindy is looking forward to meeting the community and is excited to hear about what the library means to you!



Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated Has Returned to the Pasadena/San Gabriel Valley

Black news from Pasadena - Community - Zeta Phi Beta is back

Members of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated. Pictured left to right: Natalie Brannon, Pacific Regional Director; Trudy Aldridge; Bibliana Bovery, National Second Vice-President; Jackie Reid; Vennice Terrell; Kischchen Hazelton; Shamar Walker, Southern California State Director.

A soirée was held at Alkebu-Lan Cultural Center on Saturday, November 8, 2014 to present the ladies of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated to the community. The newly reactivated Theta Iota Zeta chapter reopened its doors to the Pasadena/San Gabriel Valley after several years following the death of one of its most revered members, Nancy Quishenberry. "Nancy was the glue that kept the chapter together," said Trudy Aldridge, who recently transferred to TIZ. "We are back to continue the legacy by getting involved in community affairs, and implementing community service projects such as Zetas Helping Other People Excel (Z-HOPE).  Z-HOPE is one of our national initiatives; through Mind, Body and Spirit we work to empower people from all walks of life".



Burns & McDonnell Prepares for Growth in L.A. County with New Office Opening in Pasadena

Mayor Bill Bogaard Welcomes Firm to Pasadena and Its Goal of Adding New Jobs to the Area

Black news from Pasadena - Community - Burns and McDonnell opens Pasadena office

(L - R): Chris D'Sa, Renita Mollman, Mayor Bill Bogard, Bill Lyte, and Jason Weller.   Pasadena Mayor Bill Bogaard led the official ribbon cutting to welcome Burns & McDonnell to its new home in Pasadena at 200 S. Los Robles Avenue. Burns & McDonnell plans to provide new jobs to the area doubling in size within the next year.

Pasadena, CA (November 13, 2014) – Burns & McDonnell is opening its newest California office in downtown Pasadena to provide specialized services and potential new jobs to the area. The 116 year old firm provides engineering, architecture, construction, environmental and consulting services to clients throughout North America and abroad.



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