Our Town is “Smoking”
These past few months have been challenging enough with COVID-19 restrictions but lately the biggest nuisance has been the large amount of smoke and ash from the various fires in Southern California. Restaurants have been especially impacted with their outdoor dining limitations. The Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce encourages you to continue supporting our local restaurants and businesses during these crises. Local businesses need your support. Remember … shop local and shop small!
Our Chamber thanks the community for its support of our annual 9/11 motorcade event. While it was a bit different this year without the students it was still a huge success. More than 40 classic cars, first responders from Glendale Fire, Los Angeles County Fire, CHP, Glendale Police, CV Sheriff, USC Verdugo Hills Hospital and Adventist Health Glendale Hospital participated. We also thank our sponsors … the CV Weekly, Bob Smith Toyota, Gelsinger’s Meats, the American Legion/VFW, Rosemont Smile Dental, Early Rodders and AM870 radio station. In 2021 and beyond, “Remember, Honor, and Respect” will continue the memory of those we lost on Sept. 11, 2001.
Newest member to our Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce family is American Softub Company at 2520-B Foothill Blvd. in La Crescenta. Owner Todd Thornbury has created a magnificent landscaped presentation area for customers to experience a new era of relaxation and enjoyment. Stop by and visit Todd or you may contact him at (818) 957-8827.
Emergency Preparedness Tip … October is the month to prepare your family and your home for high winds, possible power outages and a continuation of the fire season. Flashlights, fresh batteries and emergency equipment are a must for your home and each of your cars. It is important to educate each member of your family on the location of all emergency devices, emergency exit points in your home and, when necessary, how to shut off the flow of natural gas to your home in the case of an earthquake.
Unfortunately the COVID-19 virus continues. Please remain safe and remember to properly social distance and wear a mask when it’s required. The mask is for the protection of those around you and even if you disagree with the use of a mask please respect and consider the feelings of others during this time.
Our Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce wants to promote your business and ensure your success.
If you are not receiving our mailings or you wish to consider a business membership with our Chamber please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our Chamber office at (818) 248-4957. Remember, our Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce motto: “Our Business is Your Business.”
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