Celebrating Our Community
“It is not more bigness that should be our goal. We must attempt, rather, to bring people back to … the warmth of community, to the worth of individual effort and responsibility … and individuals working together as a community, to better their lives and their children’s future.” Robert F. Kennedy
These members of ours know the value of working together as a community:
Andrew Grygus of Automation Access, member for well over 14 years, provides information technology for small and medium sized businesses. They have been in operation since April 1984. Automation Access Services include system design and consulting. Their long experience with a wide variety of operating systems and communications systems makes it possible for them to quickly design cost effective systems suited to fast growing businesses. They have real business experience in a number of industries, so they understand your real business needs, not just the latest and greatest toys. They also provide system installation and support, from basic cabling through computers and operating systems, network and communications. They put it in and keep it running. To see how they can help you with information technology, visit www.aaxnet.com or call (800) 698-7698 or (818) 248-2348 for more information.
Chris Aristo of State Farm Insurance is a new board member and voted as CV Weekly’s Finest insurance agent by CV Weekly readers. Chris’ office understands that each client is an individual and will help personalize your plans to your unique needs. They will help walk you down the path of planning for the future, and be there for you faithfully in times of duress. They are your “Good Neighbors” and are always striving to make the community around them a better one. They are advocates for their clients, and they pledge to make insurance simple and interesting. You can contact Chris at (818) 249-2672 (office), or (818) 448-3939 (cell). His office is located at 2409 Honolulu Ave. #5, Montrose.
Lissa Mooney of Dream Dinners volunteers her time and donates her products to many worthwhile non-profits and community needs. Dream Dinners is founded on a mission of bringing families together around the dinner table. They provide everything you need to assemble great dinners to enjoy as you relax and talk about the events of the day. They offer freedom from the hassles surrounding the planning and preparation of meals night after night. They also offer cooking classes to children over the summer and a “made for you” service assembling your dinners for you ahead of time. You can visit them at their monthly open house on the first Wednesday of every month from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at 4121 Pennsylvania Ave., Unit F., in La Crescenta, or visit their website for more information, dreamdinners.com.
Thank you to these and all our members that work together to make this community better for our lives and our children’s lives.
Important CV Chamber dates: Feb. 13 – Business mixer at A.B.C Auto Electric; March 13 – Business mixer at Bob Smith Toyota.
Please contact our office for more details on any event. How to reach us: (818) 248-4957/ firstname.lastname@example.org / www.LaCrescenta.org / 3131 Foothill Blvd., Ste. D.