The Chamber's Annual Installation Dinner was held on July 16, at the beautiful Altadena Country Club. The Chamber celebrated Hoopla, An Emporium of Good Things owned by Lori & Scott Webster and presented them with the Business of the Year award. Hoopla has gone beyond being just a business and has worked hard to offer items that are produced locally or regionally, or is certified fair trade
in the store. The business is very active in the community and continues to give back.
Mark Mariscal was celebrated that night and received the Citizen of the Year award for his outstanding leadership and volunteerism in the community. Mark is a Rotarian who uses his fundraising skills to help the Altadena Library and other organizations in Altadena.
The event was attend by over 80 people. A live Auction was held benefiting the Chamber's Marion Lee Wullschlager Scholarship. The auction was made possible by generous donations of local businesses. Some of the auction items included, A Day at the Races, Coffee Junkie Extravaganza, Gift Basket filled with certificates from businesses on Lincoln and Fair Oaks, Steve Pets, Code Ninja Swag Bag, 5-course dinner for 6 at the Altadena Country Club with wine, UCLA Game with parking, Lake/Mariposa/Hill Gift Basket and Hoopla Gift Basket. All proceeds go directly to the Marion Lee Wullschlager Scholarship Fund. It was a fun night.
Welcome New Members
Julie Moreno – owner
1001 Fremont Ave.
S. Pasadena, CA. 91031
3551 Canyon Ridge Dr.
Altadena, CA. 91001
Ancestral Lines Genealogy
1652 Casitas Ave.
Pasadena, CA. 91103
Associated Community Solar Sciences Corp.
160 W. Palm St.
Altadena, CA. 91001
CHAMBER BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Doug Colliflower, President
Dr. Sandra Thomas, Vice President
Craig Sloan, Treasurer
Judy Matthews, Secretary
Barbara Richard King
Incorporated in 1924, The Altadena Chamber of Commerce and Civic Association was formed to promote the commercial, industrial, civic and general interests of the Altadena community and its trade area.
The Altadena Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization and relies upon membership dues and volunteer labor to staff an office and provide services to the community.
The Altadena Chamber of Commerce is an equal opportunity organization which strives to reflect the positive and extensive diversity of the community.
Membership is open to any person, assoc., corp., partnership, estate or other business entity sharing the goals and objectives of the Chamber for the betterment of the entire community of Altadena.
The Altadena Chamber of Commerce produces special events, hosts periodic mixers, maintains a web site and provides information about Altadena to visitors, residents and businesses.
Altadena. Chamber of Commerce meetings are held on the 1st Tuesday of each month at 9am
Meetings are virtual until further notice
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The next meeting:
September 7, 2021
Do you have any events, promotions or sales coming up? Let the Chamber of Commerce know!
We'd be happy to include it in the monthly Newsletter or send out a special announcement to the 600+ members we have on our mailing list. Feel free to contact the Chamber for any information, requests or concerns.
The Altadena Chamber of Commerce
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The Altadena Town Council meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7pm. Meetings currently virtual. The next meeting is Tuesday, August 17, 2021. Check web-site for details and find out what's going on in the community:
Mixer with Outward Bound Adventures
More details to come.
PPE for small businesses may include:
- Face masks
- Hand sanitizers
- Face shields
"A satisfied customer is the best business strategy of all."
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DCBA has partnered with the Department of Workforce, Development, Aging, and Community Services, and other County and State agencies to bring you the L.A. County Disaster Help Center. The center has resources for businesses as well as employees to help during the COVID-19 emergency.
Counselors are available Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. to help business owners navigate emergency loan applications and help individuals that were recently laid off due to this emergency. Multilingual help is available.
Contact the Disaster Help Center:
Call (833) 238-4450
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