November 16, 2018
President's Message - November
Greetings Highland Park Stakeholders and Neighboring Friends!

Elections are over, and we have new leadership officials and many more officials reelected! Congratulations to every candidate who had the courage and stamina to run for office and speak to the people about the issues that are important to them. I am hopeful that you all exercised your right to vote, if you have that privilege. Democracy can only work if we, the people, vote for those who represent our views and values.My intention for every president’s message is to share with you all what HHPNC is working on throughout the community and for our stakeholders, which often includes HHPNC’s support for our local public schools and non-profit organizations focused on providing a public service and resources to the community, the city council motions that the HHPNC supports or opposes based on information and input from stakeholders and, lastly, provide you with the events that HHPNC committees are working on. However, for this month I will put that aside and bring you that information next month because there is something that I want to reiterate to you all. READ MORE
Turkey Giveaway - Sunday Nov. 18th
LA Unified School District & County Jobs
Children's Business Fair
Saturday, Nov. 17th
Purposeful Aging Town Hall
Homeless Incentive Program
Capital Fellows Paid Leadership Fellowship
San Pascual STEAM Magnet Instagram Auction
Tree Lighting in Glassell Park - Dec. 2nd
Holiday Parade
Book Launch: My Zócalo Heart - Dec. 2nd
Hosted by  Avenue 50 Studio

Avenue 50 Studio invites you to the book launch celebration of 
My Zocalo Heart by Mary E. Torregrossa

December 2, 2018
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm 
131 N Avenue 50, Los Angeles, California 90042


FHS Moonlight Rollerway Fundraiser - Dec. 14th
Friday, December 14, 2018 at 6 PM – 8 PM
Moonlight Rollerway , 5110 San Fernando Rd, Glendale, California 91204

The communtiy is invited to our “Let’s start the Christmas Break off right” with a fundraiser at Moonlight Rollerway in Glendale. All proceeds support our Franklin Panthers and it’s a fun way to get together as a communtiy for a good cause! Tickets are $20 included Free skate rental and a chance to will some fun prizes!

Puppets in the Park - Dec. 16th
Registration Now Open
Cross Cultural Expressions Now Showing at Biscailuz Gallery
Library Events - November 2018
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Free Flu Shots at the LA County Library
Flu vaccines are recommended for everyone 6 months of age and older, including healthy adults. Click for dates and details.
One Degree
One Degree, is a technology-driven nonprofit organization that helps low-income families access the resources they need to achieve social and economic mobility, and ultimately, improve their lives. Visit the website
Lava Mae Brings Critical Services to the Streets
Showers for the Homeless. See Details below
News from the City of LA
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