Hope you are enjoying the Spring season so far. Last week we held our annual Spring Concert featuring one of my favorite bands, the Dustbowl Revival. We had about 1,000 residents at Marine Stadium enjoying great music, perfect weather, tasty food trucks and a fun bounce houses for kids.  A big thanks to Lisa West from my team for putting on this exceptional event. It's really important to me to continue to fund activities that bring our residents outdoors to enjoy the beauty of our amazing city.  Thank you to those who came out to enjoy the concert. 

One of my favorite annual events is the Principle for a Day program.  This year I was fortunate to serve as Principle for a Day at Wilson High School. I would like to give special thanks to the administrative team for all the information about the amazing new programs at Wilson.  One thing I learned is, it's always "a great day to be a Bruin".  
On March 18th, we officially opened the youth sport court in Marina Vista Park.  This project was part of our Youth Participatory Budgeting process. As part of the process, the youth committee was given a budget of $100,000 and were tasked with conducting outreach to middle and high school students in the 3rd district and come up with a list of possible projects.  They then held a vote at all the local schools, with the help of the City Clerk's Office.  720 students voted and the youth sport court project was selected.   We hope to name the youth sport court after Luke Johnson, who served on the committee while he was battling leukemia.  Luke passed away prior to the completion of the sport court so it would be a fitting way to honor his memory by adding his name to this accomplishment. 

On March 23rd, our office held a community meeting to discuss the Traffic Engineer's proposal for the Peninsula "Road Diet".  The meeting was very productive because it cleared up a lot of the misinformation about the design and allowed residents to ask questions and get answers from the experts in Traffic Engineering, Special Events, Police, and Fire. I was happy this team was able to attend and eliminate many of the concerns and common misunderstandings about the proposed changes while also receiving input on how to make it the most successful. You can view the presentation that was shown at the meeting here

This past month my staff was also very involved in several community inspired programs. We organized a Tsumani education walk on March 25th.  Thank you to resident Jason Ballmann for spearheading this activity with our office.  Then later on that day, we had the dedication of the Joan Lind Van Blom bridge in memory of her athletic and community accomplishments.  On March 26th, my team and I participated in the 3rd Annual Make a Difference Day event.  Over 350 volunteered registered to participate in multiple community service projects. Our team planted trees throughout Belmont Shore and Alamitos Heights.  Thanks to 3rd district resident and tree expert, Brett Beck, who led our team.

As you can see it has been another busy month for our office.  Please feel free to reach out to us if you need anything. Also, please encourage your friends and neighbors to register for our mailing list.  We are always looking for opportunities to broaden our communication efforts so that everyone is in the know about the latest city and district happenings. 

Have a great April! 
Suzie Price 

The next 3rd District Community meeting is on Thursday, April 6, 2017 at the Long Beach Yacht Club (6201 East Appian Way) at 12:00 PM.

W e will be taking reservations for lunch (Chicken Caesar Wrap with fries and fresh fruit) for $19 which includes tea and/or coffee -- cash only please -- at the door, or you are welcome to enjoy the meeting without lunch. A vegetarian meal option is available upon request. Please call 562-570-8756 or e-mail your reservation to nina.moussavi@longbeach.gov by Monday, April 3, 2017.

Besides City Department updates, our special guest presenter is from Wider Circle, a program based organization which enables active older adults to make connections in their community.  Their research and programs are fascinating and something you will not want to miss.
I look forward to seeing you there for a great meeting. 
-- by  Antonella Schaub
3rd District, Communication Director

  Beach Streets is an Open Streets event designed to showcase businesses & neighborhoods!  For a single day, the City will close a major traffic corridor to cars and open the street to people walking & bicycling.  Streets closed to traffic are AthertonBellflower Blvd., Los Coyotes Diagonal, and Spring St. and are labeled in orange on the map.
"NO PARKING" signs will be posted 72 hours in advance for your awareness.   Acceptable modes of transportation along the route include bicycles, skates, roller-blades, skateboards, etc. This is a great opportunity for you to explore local businesses and services.  Councilwoman Price will have a booth set up at the end of Beach Streets, near Cal State Long Beach.  Please stop by as you make your w ay down the street!  We look forward to seeing you at Beach Streets University!
- By Lisa West
3rd District, Business Relations Liaison

Team members from the Leadership Long Beach Institute Class of 2017 will join forces with the City of Long Beach, Councilwoman Suzie Price's office, and various other local stakeholders to launch the Community Median Beautification Project. This will serve as a pilot project which will be the foundation to improving medians throughout the City of Long Beach. The community event, a capstone project of the Leadership Long Beach class, will look to replant a median in the Alamitos Heights area with California drought resistant landscaping. The Leadership Long Beach Team envisioned a Long Beach where the collective efforts of a community could create a drastic enhancement of the landscapes in their neighborhood. This team consists of Antonella Schaub, Erin Wilson, Nima Novin, Drew Schneider, and Helen Dosta Tol; and with the help of the community, this team will make this vision a reality.

The Community Median Beautification Project pilot will take place at Bellflower Blvd, south of PCH and just north of Colorado St. The two southbound lanes will be closed beginning at 7AM on May 6 until 3 PM. Long Beach local landscape designer Todd Bennitt of  Bennitt Design Group  will be designing the new landscape of the four medians with drought resistant trees and plants. The team gained expert insight from Doug Sato, of Things Green, and support from a local crew at Lowe's, Parks, Recreation, and Marine, the Conservation Corp., and community members. This one hundred foot (100') median will receive a substantial makeover and serve as a model for others interested in transforming their community medians, parkways, and roundabouts. The project has gained incredible local support and is looking for volunteers around the community to put their stamp on the beautification efforts.

The project day will be filmed and featured on the local KLCS-TV/PBS program, Things Green with Nick Federoff. Planting day volunteers can sign up directly at Sign up or via e-mail  erinwilson81@gmail.com.

--By Nima Nova 
Leadership Long Beach - Median Beautification Team Member

Councilwoman Price, Councilman Supernaw and Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine are excited to present a FREE Mindful Aging Series. Classes will be held at the grass area by the Lawnbowling Center at 1109 Federation Dr.  For more information, please call 562-570-3150.

Click on each Class for more details:
Monday: Walking Class
Tuesday: Yoga
Wednesday:   Longevity Stick
Friday:   Tai Chi
-- by  Antonella Schaub
3rd District, Communication Director

Another extremely well attended Spring into Summer Community Concert is in the books! Our 3rd annual was very close to being our most attended event to date. As Councilwoman Price has said, "It is an event that brings the community together for an update on what is going on in the 3rd District, to meet their 3rd District commissioners, and to share in some neighborly spirit and fun." The event took place on Sunday, March 26th at Marine Stadium Park, which is close to a month ahead of last years date, hence the Spring into Summer reference, but it didn't seem to make a difference this year. Participants were able to enjoy music from the band, The Dustbowl Revival, eat from numerous food trucks and a great kettle corn vendor, and kids really enjoyed the double decker bounce house.

The highlight of the evening was the amazing performance by The Dustbowl Revival. They have a special way of captivating and entertaining the crowd, both young and old. There were an estimated 800+ attendees. This was such a fun event, and Councilwoman Price and team look forward to introducing spring (or summer) to the residents for years to come.
- By Lisa West
3rd District, Business Relations Liaison

After a long anticipated hiatus from Walk the Walk events due to uncooperative weather, our office was finally able to host a Walk the Walk on Sunday, March 26th. We were very excited to partner with Long Beach's Disaster Preparedness Department and the Southern California Earthquake Center on this Tsunami Walk to bring awareness to the need for disaster preparedness. 

Sunday's Walk the Walk event kicked off Tsunami Preparedness Week and attendees began the morning learning about the threat that tsunamis pose to some residents and how to plan ahead in your individual families and as a community to ensure safety. The city's disaster preparedness department were able to educate residents on how to react in the event that the safety of our community is being threatened by a tsunami and attendees even received some fun survival goodies! We are looking forward to working alongside the city to encourage all of our residents to become aware of disaster preparedness steps. 

A special thank you to Jason Ballmann, Reggie Harrison and Allison Bright for working with our office to organize this event for the 3rd District residents. 
- By Nina Moussavi
3rd District, Office Director

This past Sunday, more than 350 volunteers from the community (Temple Israel, Belmont Heights United Methodist Church, Belmont Heights Community Association, and Emmanuel Presbyterian Church) spent their day on community projects.  Our office was thrilled to participate in the tree planting efforts around the Alamitos Heights and Belmont Shore community.

Look at the difference made in just a few hours!
Together, we...
* Collected 20 carts worth of groceries that went to Aids Food Store, CSULB Student Pantry, and Emmanuel Food Bank
* Assembled 1000+ emergency hygiene kits that went to CSULB students, Beacon Soup Kitchen, Mental Health America, and the Aids Food Store.
* Made 1800+ PB&J sandwiches for Christian Outreach in Action, which feeds the homeless
* Filled 300 donated backpacks for School on Wheels, an organization that tutors homeless kids, so that they can stay in school
* Planted 20 oxygen-producing trees in our community
* Designed and installed a clothing sorting & storage system at Beacon for Him, a recovery and homeless services center
* Put on a pizza and bingo party for 70 veterans at the Spinal Cord Injury Center at the VA
* Made 17 soft cuddly fleece blankets that went to comfort AIDS patients and those in wheelchairs. Plus, refurbished the AIDS Food Store donation barrels & outdoor furniture
* Renovated the tattered Memory Garden at Wilson High School.
* Kids baked, decorated, and took "Thank You" cookies and cards to our local firefighters and police
* We gave away 400 pairs of socks to the homeless
* Cleaned up Colorado Lagoon
* Sang at a local senior rehab
* Read to the animals at the SPLCA
* Planted vegetables & did repairs at an outreach center, and Cooked for 350 homeless
* Worked at the organic garden
* Knitted caps for babies

None of this would have been possible without YOU! We hope that you had a rewarding & fun experience, and maybe discovered a place where you might want to continue volunteering.

We are so grateful for your energy and support! See you next year!

On Saturday, March 25th - Over 150 family members, friends and fans gathered to hold a tribute and bridge dedication
 in honor of Joan Lind Van Blom.   The event was organized by Councilw oman Suzie Price, with special input by Senator Janet Nguyen, Councilman Daryl Supernaw, and the Long Beach Century Club.  The bridge was funded by these offices as well.  State senator Nguyen was responsible for bringing the legislation to the S tate of California, where she received no hesitation from her counterparts. 

Nine speakers were on hand to describe the many memories of Joan  Van Blom from her days at Wilson High School to her Olympic competitions and the contributions she made to the students of Long  Beach as an educator with LBUSD.  Especially poignant was Long Beach Gazettes columnist Jo Murray, who spearheaded the idea of getting a memorial dedicated in Joan's name.  John Van Blom was thankful to everyone who helped see the bridge renaming come to fruition.  His speech was so heartfelt and moving.  As Councilwoman Price said, "Joan serves as an inspiration for all of us because of her commitment to serving her community."   

  We are all better because of the lifetime achievements and legacy Joan has left us with. 

- By Lisa West
3rd District, Business Relations Liaison
3rd District Neighborhood and Association Meetings

Belmont Heights Community Association
2nd Wednesday of each month
7:00 - 8:30 PM
Belmont Heights United Methodist Church

Belmont Shore Residents Association
2nd Thursday of each month
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Bay Shore Library

Friends of Belmont Shore
First Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm
St. Bartholomew Meeting Hall - 5100 E. Broadway at Granada Ave.

NW Belmont Park Community Watch
Approximately every 3 months as determined
Third District Field Office
Email Carleton Carlson for meeting confirmation at CarletonCarlson@aol.com 
Peninsula Beach Preservation Group
Alamitos Bay Yacht  Club
Do you have a community or  neighborhood meeting that you  would like to add to the 3rd  District calendar? Email:   nina.moussavi@longbeach.gov  

The Pacific Electic Right of Way (PEROW) project is another project that our office is excited to be advocating for. The Red Car Greenway project is on track and the project was advertised for bid this week. There is a mandatory pre-bid meeting with interested contractors scheduled for 4.12.17 and all bids are due on 4.26.17. After the bid deadline, a winning bid will be identified and references will be checked; at which point, the award of contract and approval of plans and specifications will be put on the agenda for City Council approval. Once the project is approved by City Council and both parties sign the contract, the contractor will be cleared for construction. The PEROW is a major asset to our entire community and we are excited about the improvements that this project will bring.
- By Nina Moussavi
3rd District, Office Director

The 6th Street Bike Boulevard project is well underway and our office is excited to see this project move  forward. Similar to the Vista Bike Boulevard, the 6th Street Bike Boulevard will include traffic circles and round abouts. Although this project was not introduced in response to traffic concerns, it will have the added benefit of positively impacting traffic speeds and traffic safety. The traffic circles and roundabout often act as traffic slowing de vices. The contract for the project is on the City Council agenda for April 11 and construction is expected to start this summer with project completion by the end of 2017.
- By Nina Moussavi
3rd District, Office Director

On March 15, 2017, changes to the Measure E implementation plan were presented to the LBUSD Board of Education. During the presentation it was announced that the entire Rogers's staff and student population will no longer be moving to the Mary Butler site for the 2018-2019 school year. The new plan calls for interim housing to be placed at Rogers beginning this summer. In January of 2018, the classrooms and offices housed in Roger's main building will relocate to those temporary buildings. The resulting loss of classroom space will necessitate the grade eight class of 2017-2018 (Roger's current grade seven students) be relocated and transported daily to the Browning High School campus for the remainder of the school year.

While many details of the construction phases and the move are still being considered, you can access the following links for updates on the progress of the Measure E implementation plan:

* Measure E webpage for Schools
* Measure Implementation Plan Board presentation: Board Presentation
* Map of Long Beach Unified - Browning is located at 2180 Obispo Avenue near the intersection of Redondo Avenue and Hill Street (lower center section of the map): Map
* Board of Education Workshop Video, March 15, 2017, Update on Measure E: Video
Dancing for Water @ Long Beach!

Mark your calendars! Long Beach will dance for water on June 24th 2017! Global Water Dances (GWD) is a visionary worldwide event of simultaneous outdoor performances illuminating water issues, inspiring and empowering citizens to take action. Since 2011, more than 70 cities dance on one single day to raise awareness about local and global water crisis. These performances are open to the public and free of charge, and are shared by live streaming and video uploads on the website www.globalwaterdances.org.

Long Beach is going to join Global Water Dances for the very first time this year, at Alfredo's Beach Club - Granada Beach! Global Water Dances - Long Beach, is focused on taking care of our beaches, local empowerment, intending to inspire environmental knowledge, and activation of public spaces through dance. Both dancers and audience members will participate and have fun while taking care of our precious resource: Water!

Do you want to join us? We are looking for local dancers (both professional and also dance enthusiasts), musicians, artists, partner organizations, and volunteers for visual and social media. We will hold open rehearsals for community members (children and senior citizens are very welcome!) during weekends and evenings starting by the end of April.

If you are interested, please email us at vannia@globalwaterdances.org or visit our new Facebook page www.facebook.com/GWDLongBeach

To watch our videos and previous performances around the globe since 2011, visit our website www.globalwaterdances.org or facebook.com/GlobalWaterDances

When: Saturday June 24th at 4:00 PM
Where: Alfredo's Beach Club (Granada Beach Launch Ramp @ 5101 Ocean Blvd)

*** Special thanks to Alfredo's Beach Club for partnering Global Water Dances Long Beach and hosting this event. www.alfredosbeachclub.com
Contact info: 
Vannia Ibarguen
Artistic Director
Global Water Dances


  - Jack Cunningham
3rd District, Chief of Staff


Easy access to grocery shopping or retail is not a major concern for most Long Beach residents, but in the case of the community of Island Village who must navigate one of the busiest intersections in the city in order  to shop,  this is a daily frustration. Not many Long Beach residents are aware of this  community that is nestled between the San Gabriel River and the Seal Beach border. 

These residents have long sought better connectivity to  the rest of Long Beach as they are separated from the rest of the city by a mile of wetlands. These wetlands may provide a beautiful view and habitat for sensitive plant and wildlife species, but they make it impossible to install sidewalks for residents to walk or bike. So, with these ongoing concerns and constraints in mind I am excited to say that Westminister Ave. will be receiving road repairs as well as a protected bike lane to improve access and safety for those traveling this busy stretch of road. 

 - By Jack Cunningham
3rd District, Chief of Staff
A great example of a small business with a big vision is The Beach On 2nd Street. From the first time I walked into this Cal State Long Beach   spirit store in Belmont Shore I felt a sense of pride and spirit that emanates through the front door.  Councilwoman Price has always displayed an extreme amount of enthusiasm and energy for anything CSULB and this store is a very convenient way to get your garb on...from pennant flags, to hoodies to cool Beach  skateboards, you can find a ton of branded merchandise for the fan or Long Beach tourist alike.  
The Beach on 2nd Street and the CSULB University Bookstore are managed by the 49er Shops, a non-profit organization that employs students from the university. "Our main focus is on getting students to come down to Belmont Shore to exp lore the area as well as shop with us," said Maggie Gonz aga, Lead Supervisor. "We embrace the rich community that Long Beach has to offer by having an off-campus location in Belmont Shore where students, alumni, and families can enjoy browsing our inventory."  The best part is that they carry the top best sellers of CSULB gear, new clothing and gifts, and Long Beach gear. They are also avid participants in the Belmont Shore Business Association events that arise and encourage the supportive atmosphere among small businesses.   Additionally, all purchases made at the Beach on 2nd Street support CSULB programs and students as all of the profits are invested back into supporting their mission of student success. 
Please make a point to support this great jewel of a store!

The Beach On 2nd Street
5308 A. East 2nd Street
Long Beach CA 90803
(562) 433-7676
Store Hours:
Mon - Thurs:   11 am to 7 pm
Fri-Sat:              11 am to 9 pm
Sunday:            11 am to 6 pm

- By Lisa West 
3rd District, Business Relations Liaison 
City Council Meetings are held every Tuesday evening, with the exception of the last Tuesday of the month when council is "dark."  Meetings are held in City Hall - Council Chambers (333 W. Ocean Blvd.) at approximately 5pm.  Times do change, so please check with our office or website for exact times. City Council meetings are open to the public and we encourage your attendance, especially if there is an important topic up for discussion.
Charter (channel 3) and FIOS Verizon (channel 21) subscribers can view the City Council Meetings on their televisions or you can live stream the video through LBTV.com,  View City Council Meeting.  
Agenda items change on a weekly basis so please check the city website for the most current agenda.  The City Clerk is required to post the City Council Agenda the Monday, a week prior, to the Tuesday of City Council Meeting.   View agenda items  
- By Antonella Schaub
3rd District, Communications Director

The Environmental Impact Report developed by City staff and presented to the Planning Commission is being appealed by a small group (6) of Long Beach residents. This means the project will be discussed at the May 16th City Council Meeting, so we encourage all those who would like their public comment to be considered by council in evaluating this project. The proposed new Belmont Pool was designed after the previous pool was deemed seismically unsafe and demolished. With the significant role aquatic competition plays in Long Beach this pool would fill a need for high school and collegiate level swimming and diving meets, as well as provide the community with public access to pools for recreational and educational aquatic usage. 

 - By Jack Cunningham
3rd District, Chief of Staff
OPERATION HEALTHY AIR - Long Beach Community Survey
The Aquarium of the Pacific has partnered with University of California Riverside and the Earthwatch Institute on a new citizen science program called "Operation Healthy Air."  We are currently looking for feedback from Long Beach residents, to help shape this study.  We have a quick 2-5 min survey that we are hoping you would share with your constituents and community leaders.

Your input matters!

The Aquarium of the Pacific, University of California Riverside, and Earthwatch Institute want you, as a Long Beach resident, to help shape a new citizen science program called "Operation Healthy Air."

We are seeking input from the Long Beach community to not only help collect the information needed, but also shape where the research takes place and the questions being asked.

Your ideas and experiences will help shape how we set up a network of air sensors to measure heat and air quality in Long Beach.  Sharing your experiences with heat in the city will help shape the study process and questions asked in this citizen science project.

We are seeking input from the Long Beach community to not only help collect the information needed, but also shape where the research takes place and the questions being asked.  While all results are anonymous, the survey does ask the respondents for their zip codes so we will be able to share the results from your regions with you and other Long Beach leaders.
East Division Police Department

If you are not happy with a police response, please call back and ask for a sergeant.

Lately, I have been getting requests regarding community members calling requesting information regarding a call for service that they had placed and a police officer response. For quicker and more direct service, please call dispatch at (562) 435-6711 and ask for a sergeant to respond. The sergeant can handle the problem much quicker and more effectively.  If there is a problem with how the officer handled the call, that sergeant can take immediate action to rectify it. Your assistance in this matter would be greatly appreciated. Our partnership in this matter will help us use our resources more efficiently.
Some Important City and non-City numbers

Broken/ Inoperable Traffic Light and Signs: (562) 570-3264
Broken Street Light: (562) 983-2000
Shoes hanging on power or utility lines: (562) 570-2700 - Ext. 8
Graffiti on Buildings: (562) 570-2773
Gas Emergency: (562) 570-2140
Damaged Banner: (562) 570-5333
Leaking Fire Hydrant: (562) 570-2390
Broken Curb: (562) 570-2770
Pot Hole: (562) 570-3259
Abandoned Shopping Cart: (800) 252-4613
Noise Abatement: (562) 570-4126
Trash in Street: (562) 570-2876
Water Department: (562) 570-2390
Damaged Trees: (562) 570-2700 - Ext. 4
Overflowing Sidewalk Trash Can: (562) 570-2876
Damaged or Missing Tree Gate: (562) 570-2770
Damaged Sewer: (562) 570-2440
Storm Drains: (562) 570-2700 Ext. 3

Other Events in Long Beach 
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Are you earning what you deserve?

In 2015, full-time working women in the U.S earned 80% of what men earn. In California, the figure is 86% - better, but still not at parity. A portion of this gap is attributed to women's lack of knowledge in how to best negotiate for their salaries and benefits.  Created for working women, AAUW Work Smart is a free interactive workshop that teaches you to evaluate, negotiate, and articulate your worth confidently in the job market. AAUW's facilitators lead discussions on the gender pay gap and its personal effects, while small group activities and role-play exercises give you the opportunity to create and perfect your persuasive salary pitches. You learn objective research and benchmarking skills to establish an equitable target salary, whether you are striving for a promotion, asking for a raise, or negotiating a new salary and benefits.  Coordinated by American Association of University Women (AAUW) Long Beach, this AAUW Work Smart workshop on April 5, the day after Equal Pay Day, is sponsored by Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn. Attendance is limited to 40 participants. Reservations for the workshop must be made online at salary.aauw.org/longbeach. Come learn how to negotiate what you deserve!

AAUW Work Smart Workshop
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
6:30p.m. - 8:30p.m.
Port of Long Beach
4801 Airport Plaza Drive, Long Beach


April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and once again, the Long Beach Police Department's Women's Advisory Group will be sponsoring Denim Day Long Beach.
This year, it will be held on Wednesday, April 26th.

GOOD GRIEF EVENT - APRIL 30                                                    
Good Grief is an uplifting community event aimed at acknowledging and supporting the process of grief as part of a healthy and thriving community.

- Resources will be available for those on the journey of grief recovery.

Sponsored by: Leadership Long Beach

The Jewish Family & Children's Services (JFCS) is holding its 29th annual Race With A View on Sunday morning, May 7 at 8 AM at the Pierpoint Landing, just steps from the Aquarium of the Pacific in beautiful downtown Long Beach.  The event is a 5k or 10k, run or walk as you wish, the purpose is to bring awareness to the importance of access to affordable mental health counseling and support services in our area while raising funds for JFCS to be able to continue working 
toward our vision of a community healed, one person, one family at a time.
At our website at  www.racewithaview.com, you can register, form a team, join an existing team, volunteer, become a Fundraiser and ask friends and family to pledge a donation for your efforts, or declare that you prefer to sleep in on May 7 but are happy to make a donation to our cause.
                                              Able ARTS Work is thrilled to announce its 5th Annual Artbeat for Humanity Gala, which will be held on Saturday, April 22nd at the Hotel Maya in Long Beach, and will also celebrate the organization's 35th anniversary. The event, dubbed It Takes A Village!, is a multi-sensory event that encapsulates Able ARTS Work's commitment to inclusion, community support and orchestration. 

For more information on the event and to sign up please click on the link below:


Saturday, May 20, 2017 * Event held rain or shine!
Registration begins at 10:00 a.m.
5K Fun Walk/Run Begins at 11:00 a.m.

Step Forward to Cure TSC raises funds for the
Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance, the only national organization
dedicated to finding a cure and improving the lives of
those affected by Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC).
TSC is a genetic disorder that is like having epilepsy,
cancer, autism and heart disease all rolled into one.
Please join us in this fight and Step Forward For a Cure.
Food, Drink, Kids Corner, Clowns, Face Painting, Balloons
Super Raffle Prizes
El Dorado Park East -7550 E. Spring Street, Long Beach, CA 90815
(Visit their website for directions-Parking Will Be Paid)

Barb O'Neill:   zin.wine@verizon.net (562)577-7525
Dawn Redfield:  ibdolphindawn@aol.com (562)262-1120

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