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La Mirada Students Adapt to Covid-19 in Silver Award/Mental Health Campaign Effort E-mail
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Thursday, 06 August 2020 09:26

La Mirada~Eighth graders Sofia Orozco and Alexa Martinez co-created the “Mental Health Tackle Team” to earn their Girl Scout Silver Award and ended up developing a timely resource for students when school moved outside of the classroom due to COVID-19.

This project has taken away the stigma around mental health and helped students understand, cope and learn to live in an uncertain world.

The girls began planning in September of last year to find a community-centric topic both were passionate about. After much research, it was clear that Mental Health was a much-needed forum in an already troubled world.

The girls met with local counseling centers to explore and develop their plan. They wanted to create a safe forum for open dialogue and education to remove the stigma and help students understand, cope and function during these unprecedented times.

The originally planned four-week campaign was to be launched during Mental Health Awareness month this past May and Sofia and Alexa began with the mission statement, “To promote positive mental health through awareness and open discussion and to encourage students with tools and resources to successfully TACKLE their mental health.”

Their plan was to highlight one topic per week that included coping skills. The sessions were to focus on definitions and discussions around anxiety, depression, and stress. Each week a coping mechanism was presented through video calls, which included; belly breathing, creative outlets and open discussions around social distancing and COVID-19 at Safer-at-Home guidelines.

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Pro-Law Enforcement Demonstration Planned for La Mirada City Hall July 18th E-mail
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Tuesday, 14 July 2020 18:16

Local organizers are inviting the La Mirada community to join a campaign to gather at city halls across the nation to support law enforcement.

The event will take place Saturday July 18th beginning at 11:00 a.m. at La Mirada City Hall, 13700 La Mirada Boulevard.

The national movement is being organized by Bridge the Blue a pro-law enforcement organization founded in 2017.

According to their website the group aims to “bridge the gap between law enforcement and the silent majority because we must show our heroes in blue that they are loved, are appreciated and are supported.”

Local organizers, Kim Clark and Kathy Dietrich hope residents will seize this opportunity to gather and show support for the men and women who patrol the City of La Mirada.

Please wear a mask if you plan to attend. Additional information about this event can be found on the group’s Facebook page here.

We will have more information if it becomes available.

 
Plan Your Own Tour of La Mirada Holiday Light Displays E-mail
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Friday, 20 December 2019 19:12

There are some great holiday light displays in La Mirada. The city recently released the winners of its annual home decorating program. Judging took place December 1-12. Plan your own self-guided tour of La Mirada homes and you’ll probably find some hidden treasures in addition to the winners listed here. Send us some pics we would love to see!

North La Mirada
Winner: 15102 Fairacres Drive
Honorable Mention: 11921 Los Coyotes Avenue

Gardenhill
Winner: 14424 Plantana Drive
Honorable Mention: 14346 Alicante Road

Biola
Winner: 14833 Turlock Road
Honorable Mention: 14818 Calpella Street

Creek Park
Winner: 15650 Olivebranch Drive
Honorable Mention: 12710 Ocaso Avenue

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Annual Thanksgiving Dinner and Family Resource Fair set for Foster Road Elementary E-mail
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Sunday, 17 November 2019 10:14

La Mirada~The annual Foster Road Elementary School Thanksgiving Dinner and Family Resource Fair will take place on Thursday, November 21st from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Open to all, the resource fair will include city and county community services and businesses designed to enhance the quality of family life. Insurance, real estate, finance and banking services will be on-hand for questions and opportunities. La Mirada middle schools will also present their programs.

This year, organizers are giving the turkeys a break as Chick-fil-A of La Mirada will provide the dinner: chicken of course!

During the meal, former La Mirada High School counselor and community advocate Oscar Diaz will be recognized for his tireless service and affection toward Foster Road Elementary School's students and families.

Event sponsors include: the La Mirada Chamber of Commerce; Los Angeles County; Banc of California; Chick-fil-A La Mirada; EDCO; Suburban Water; City of La Mirada; Living Faith/La Mirada; Kiwanis Club of La Mirada; La Mirada Rotary Club; La Mirada Ebell; Friends of the La Mirada Library and the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District.


 
Freedom Christian Center to Host Spine-Chilling Halloween Maze and Live Production October 25-27 E-mail
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Friday, 25 October 2019 13:02

Freedom Christian Center (FCC) announced that it will host its third annual Night of Terror event October 25-27th featuring a Halloween maze and live production and also will include photo booths and food trucks for all guests.

Night of Terror has achieved a best-kept secret reputation since its first year in 2017, when 3,500 people attended the five-night event. Last year, 5,000 people attended the three-night event. FCC anticipates a continued growth and is preparing to draw over 7,500 people this year.

“We’re expecting one thing this year,” said Pastor Jason Lozano, lead pastor of Freedom Christian Center. “For thousands of people to enjoy this production and get the hell scared out of them.”

Night of Terror will hold a 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. showing each night, beginning on Friday, October 25 and ending Sunday, October 27. The event will take place at Freedom Christian Center, 13808 Imperial Hwy at the Santa Fe Springs/La Mirada border.

Tickets are $5 and can be purchased here.

About Freedom Christian Center: Freedom Christian Center was established in 2002 by Pastor Jason Lozano and Pastor Liz Lozano in Whittier, California. Freedom has an average combined weekly attendance of 5,000 at their Santa Fe Springs and Uptown Whittier locations.

ANOTHER MAZE: The folks at Alondra Boulevard and Elmbrook Drive in La Mirada will once again be providing some Halloween fun this year. Check out their haunted maze preview night on Saturday, October 26th before the big night on the 31st.

 
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