What’s in this week’s Event-News Enterprise – March 30, 2022

Pictured above (l-r) Rob Henderson, COO Westmont Living; Honorable Paulo Morales, Mayor of Cypress; residents Richard “Dick” Ridgeway, Jody Ridgeway and Adrea Coronado; Sam Faye, executive director, Westmont of Cypress; Stephanie MacLean, CEO Blue Mountain Enterprises; Nesi Stewart, Chair, Los Alamitos Area Chamber of Commerce; and Trevor Ashenbrener, Managing Principal, SRM Construction & Development.

Los Alamitos USD deciding how to use dwindling bond dollars

In 2018, residents in the Los Alamitos Unified School District voted to raise property taxes to finance a $97 million bond measure. Measure G was pitched  as a way to pay for infrastructure upgrades at the more than 50-year-old Los Alamitos High School campus.
Nearly four years later, millions of dollars from Measure G and Measure K, approved in 2008, have paid for… [more]

Tom Lent hits a Home Run for The Youth Center

The Youth Center reached the $200K goal for its 2022 fundraising campaign, beating last year’s record. The campaign started on March 1 and went through March 25 and concluded with an All In For The Kids Casino Night on March 25 at The Youth Center. The event was a celebration for the campaigners and volunteers who pitched in to raise … [more]

LAHS Drumline wins regional competition

The Los Alamitos High School Indoor Percussion Ensemble (also known as Drumline) won first place in both the prelims performance on Saturday and finals performance on Sunday at the WGI San Bernardino Regional Competition. Not only did they take first place two days in a row, they also surpassed their season best score with a 90.550. Along with this win, they received… [more]

Westmont senior living facility cuts ribbon in Cypress

Westmont Living, a family-owned senior living provider, marked the official grand opening of its first Orange County community at 4889 Katella Avenue in Cypress with a ribbon cutting ceremony on March 24. Westmont of Cypress is a three-story, Contemporary Mediterranean featuring 129 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartment homes for independent, assisted living, and… [more]

LAHS students break records with Hydrogen car designs

A student club at Los Alamitos High School that creates and races hydrogen-powered remote-controlled cars just wrapped up a record-breaking season, making it all the way to the national championships this past weekend.
The club, known as the H2GP Team, is run by LAHS students with engineering teacher Martin Valenzuela as their advisor. Students design, build and drive the small cars on… [more]


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