Finding success by doing more

“To do more for the world than the world does for you – that is success.”
Henry Ford

The Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome a new member, the Crescenta Valley Weekly newspaper. The CV Weekly is truly our foothills community newspaper. If there is anything you want to know about what happens here in the foothills, you can find out in this hometown newspaper. It is so wonderful that Robin Goldsworthy, the publisher of the CV Weekly, started this paper so that we can all feel more connected to one another and to our community. I am sure she will have success, as this is definitely a labor of love to ‘give’ back to the Crescenta Valley and to do more for the world than the world does for her.
Another new member we would like to welcome is Kelly & Small CPA. Kelly & Small is a certified public accounting firm, licensed by the State Board of Accountancy, whose partners have over 30 years of experience serving the community. The firm provides tax planning and preparation, fully-computerized bookkeeping and payroll report preparations, and financial business consulting.
Thank you to these new members for being a part of the Crescenta Valley Chamber. Please do your part to help the Crescenta Valley by shopping locally, using local businesses and subscribing to our local paper.
Help us officially welcome these new businesses on April 14 at our Chamber mixer being held at Modella Uniforms at 3115 Foothill Blvd., La Crescenta. At the mixer, you will have ample time for net-mingling with these new businesses, as well as enjoying delicious food and drinks. Please come join us to find out how you can have great success by doing more for the world than the world does for you.
And do not forget our biggest event of the year, our fifth annual Hometown Country Fair on Saturday, April 17. It is truly a great day of family fun and entertainment at Crescenta Valley Park on the corner of Dunsmore and Honolulu avenues. The fair includes a full day of entertainment provided by dance troupes, singers, bands, martial arts groups, a dog parade and much more. We will have rock climbing, carnival rides, arts & crafts booths and good food, including a Korean barbecue. There will be so much to do! Come early and stay all day as the fair goes from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information and to view our flyer visit: or call our office.
Important Chamber dates – April 14: Chamber business mixer at Modella Uniforms; April 17: Hometown Country Fair. Call our office for more details about these events. How to reach us: (818) 248-4957 / / / 3131 Foothill Blvd. Ste D.

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