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This Week's Highlights!

And now for a round of applause to all participating businesses and residents who starred in the sequel: Los Al Bucks Program Round 2. The support of the business community has such greater impact than spending money at businesses that are not locally owned. This program’s triumph and response is not possible without the contribution of our residents, hand in hand with our business community. We hope that all who participated enjoyed this second installment of Los Al Bucks. 

In partnership with the Orange County Small Business Development Center, the OC SBDC is offering a virtual four-week series to expand your online presence by launching and growing your online e-commerce store. To find out more about this free program or get more information, please visit: https://bit.ly/3IvPxJw

It can be challenging to focus on your business based on the signals of our macro-economy. What areas should you conserve on? Which expenditure should you invest in? More importantly, what are the strategic priorities for small businesses during a time of uncertainty? In partnership with Orange County Small Business Development Center, this two-part series program, will help you unpack current market trends and develop actionable growth strategies with measurable goals. To find out more information about this free program or to sign up,  please visit: https://bit.ly/3IotWCT

In partnership with the Orange County Fire Authority, the City of Los Alamitos Recreation Department will be hosting a Fall Prevention workshop. Falls can become detrimental to our health as we age. According to the CDC, every second of every day an older adult suffers a fall in the US and has become the leading cause of injury and injury death. Join us in having this necessary discussion to help keep ourselves and our loved ones safe. 

The Alzheimer’s Association Orange County Chapter, in collaboration with the Los Alamitos Community Center, will be hosting an educational workshop on healthy living habits. Understanding the way our brain and body function is crucial to understanding how to keep them healthy as you age. The workshop will provide information on nutrition, exercise, cognitive activity and more. Join us in this free presentation to help create a healthy aging plan for you. 

Calling All Artists!

Make sure to save the date for Weekend of Art, a two-day visual and performing arts exhibition for all ages! Weekend of art will be taking place on Friday, March 17 from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. and Saturday, March 18 from 12:00 – 6:00 p.m. at the Los Alamitos Community Center (10911 Oak St., Los Alamitos)! For more information, please visit http://cityoflosalamitos.org/303/Weekend-of-Art.

In partnership with the Los Alamitos Area Chamber of Commerce, the City of Los Alamitos "Elevate" Women's Conference Meet Ups are opportunities for women to gather and socialize to build connections in the community. There are several dates and various types of activities throughout the year to choose from. Participants must be ages 18+ to attend events. Adult beverages are available at some events and participants must be 21 and over to purchase and consume. Due to space, registration is limited on most events, so please register early!

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My Los Al is the City's customer service hub, designed to facilitate the submittal of street maintenance issues or a code violation. The app can be downloaded at no cost from the Google Play Store of Apple Store, or via the City website at www.cityofloslamitos.org #mycitymylosal #cityoflosalamitos

DID YOU KNOW? When the first Spanish expedition under Gaspar de Portola arrived, the land was dotted with Indian settlements, meandering rivers, and creeks, along with clusters of Cottonwood Trees. Considering Los Alamitos means “Little Cottonwoods” in Spanish, it was from this first vision that the City of Los Alamitos received its name.

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