Hard work – but still fun

“Opportunity is something more people would recognize if it didn’t come disguised as hard work.” -Auther Uknown

Hopefully you had the opportunity to come out to our Hometown Country Fair last weekend and enjoy the festivities. It was a wonderful day, with perfect weather and great family fun for all.
The opportunity to host a Hometown Fair of this magnitude could not have been possible without the people behind the scenes that put in countless hours of hard work. A huge thank you to Jean Maluccio, Leslie Lesh, Eleanor Wacker, Craig Fisher, Howard Hakes, Ken Biermann, Kate Bernier, Warren Boehm, Grace Chase, Julie Dowse, Leonard Ghazarian, Robin Goldsworthy, Holly Heurkins, Marvin Lee, Liza & Tim Morelli, Lissa Mooney, Aram Ordubegian, Neil Ryan and Todd Thornbury for their countless hours of helping to make the
fair possible.
We would also like to thank our generous sponsors including:  Crescenta Valley Weekly, Glendale News-Press, J’s Maintenance, Bonners Party Rentals, Leo’s All-Star Sports Bar, Caspian Services Web Design, Jay and Grace Chase, La Cañada Eye Care, Gelsingers, Schreiners, Ken & Pat Biermann, Montrose Travel, Southern California Edison, Allied Waste, Riley & Assoc. Advertising, Craig’s Electric, Ryan’s Residential Repair, Albertson’s, CV Drug and Alcohol Prevention Coalition, Trader Joe’s La Crescenta, Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Support Group and
Eleanor Wacker.
We are very excited to welcome two new businesses into the Crescenta Valley and will be celebrating their openings with official ribbon cuttings.
Seward Real Estate and Financial, Inc. would like to officially invite you to its ribbon cutting/grand opening at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, April 30 at 3115 Foothill Blvd., Ste H.
Mademoiselle Women’s Apparel is having a ribbon cutting/grand opening on Saturday, May 8 at 1 p.m. They are located at 3442 Foothill Blvd., La Crescenta. We hope you can attend both to welcome them to our town.
A very big chamber welcome to our newest members: Princess Flowers and Trendz Fashions. Princess Flowers-Designs by Diana is a European design oriented boutique flower shop in La Crescenta at 3857 Foothill Blvd. Princess Flowers is spearheaded by Diana Arakelyan who has over 30 years of teaching, designing and creating some of the most unique floral arrangements in L.A.
Trendz Fashions is a clothing boutique at the same shopping center, 3857 Foothill Blvd. They specialize in leather dyeing and sell beautiful silver jewelry, clothing and accessories.
We extend a big welcome to our newest members and congratulations to our members with upcoming ribbon cuttings. We hope you join us in celebrating with them.
Important Chamber dates: April 30 – Seward Real Estate ribbon cutting;
May 8 – Mademoiselle Women’s Apparel ribbon cutting. Please call our office for more details on any event. How to reach us: (818) 248-4957 /
crescentachamber@aol.com /
www.LaCrescenta.org /
3131 Foothill Blvd. Ste D.

Julia Rabago is executive director of Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce.

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