At their end-of-the-year party in June, the Glendora Kiwaniannes celebrated their fund-raising efforts for the year and local Glendora merchant, Connie Andrews. Andrews is the owner of Andrews Inc. clothing store which it has been in business for 50 years! Connie Andrews, the proprietor, has been a strong supporter of the Kiwaniannes especially helping the club with their Designer Bag Bingo event which will finally be held this November 5. Tickets go on sale on September 1. For details, visit the
The Visiting Angels Foundation is proud to announce Visiting Angels of Glendora, California is now recognized as a “Guardian Angel” thanks to its support and commitment to the company’s non-profit initiative.Membership in the Guardian Angels is exclusive to Visiting Angels franchisees who pledge to donate $5,000 or more per year to support The Visiting Angels Foundation.The Foundation partners with community-based organizations dedicated to serving vulnerable seniors, and provides funding to these groups to
by Joshua Botello View the original article and video here. An income statement is the first financial statement that most business owners become accustomed to because it’s the easiest to interpret. Yet many of our clients just starting out are unsure how any of this financial stuff works. In this video, I’ll break down what an income statement is, its major components, and some useful formulas to better understand your business profitability. What is an Income StatementAn income statement is a
View the full original article and interview here. Mark Hicks is an adjunct professor of management at the University of La Verne School of Business and Public Management. Professor Hicks also teaches a class as part of practicum where the students form a business, sell a product and donate the profits at the end of the term. Mark is also a business consultant at the University of La Verne SBDC, where he helps clients looking to start a business with business planning, licensing, permitting, and small
SoCalGas Champions Restaurant Recovery with Additional $525,000 in Support for the Restaurants Care Resilience Fund
SoCalGas today announced a second $525,000 donation to the California Restaurant Foundation's (CRF) Restaurants Care Resilience Fund. Last year, SoCalGas co- founded the Fund to help small businesses recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic and was also a leading donor, committing $525,000 in 2021. Qualifying restaurants throughout SoCalGas’ service area are encouraged to apply for a $3,000 grant starting April 15th. These grants aim to support equipment upgrades, employee retention, and deferred
Senate Bill 1177, introduced by State Senator Anthony J. Portantino (D – La Cañada Flintridge) which seeks to create an affordable housing regional trust between the cities of Burbank, Glendale, and Pasadena and SB 1067, which restricts parking minimums in cities, passed the Senate Governance and Finance Committee. “SB 1177 helps tackle the affordable housing crisis with a long-term regional approach and provides three cities the opportunity to address affordable housing needs,” stated Senator Portantino.
Article Link The California Chamber of Commerce yesterday released the first wave of bills to be included on its 2022 job killer list. The preliminary list includes 9 new bills and two carry-over proposals from 2021. The CalChamber expects several additions to the list in the coming weeks. “California companies are the economic engine that drives innovation and job creation in our state and are responsible for the record revenues the state is currently experiencing,” said CalChamber President and CEO
At Citrus College, we are fortunate to be surrounded by so much natural beauty. Take, for example, the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument – a wilderness area of nearly 350,000 acres that contains rivers, wildlife and famous peaks, such as Mount Wilson and Mount Baldy. To fully appreciate its significance, one would need to learn about subjects like forest ecology, plant identification, outdoor recreation, wildlife and wildland fire management. As luck would have it, Citrus College is home to an
With passing time and increasing competition, an organization, however established it may be, needs to change in order to grow. For an employee, a change could mean different work culture, obsolete technical knowledge, or changing management techniques. Because of such reasons change is not a welcome alternative for many; such cases should be handled with utmost care and careful communication only.The role of communication in the success of any business function is a well-documented fact. Its efficacy is
On February 25th, 2022, Visiting Angels Glendora, celebrates its 20th anniversary. Located in the heart of Glendora, near the downtown village, Visiting Angels has faithfully and compassionately served thousands of families in the surrounding communities for 20 years. With humble beginnings in a garage near Foothill Presbyterian Hospital, Visiting Angels Glendora has grown to be one of the largest senior home care providers in San Gabriel Valley. Visiting Angels Glendora was founded by Lindsey Rehfeld
The Glendora Chamber of Commerce had the pleasure to help celebrate a ribbon-cutting and one-year anniversary for Always Bee Fancy. Always Bee Fancy is a clothing boutique and clothing line in Glendora, CA. They offer a complete line of dresses, bottoms, tops, self-care, accessories, and much more at reasonable prices. They believe that every woman should feel beautiful and Bee Fancy without breaking the bank, no matter their age or size. Always Bee Fancy was represented by the owner Marcy Barba, staff,
SoCalGas, OPAL Fuels, and Young’s Commercial Transfer Showcase Conversion of Fleet to Renewable Nat...
SoCalGas, OPAL Fuels, and Young’s Commercial Transfer Showcase Conversion of Fleet to Renewable Natural Gas at World Ag ExpoYCT is a leading nationwide hauler and is transitioning its fleet to RNG-fueled trucks in the San Joaquin Valley TULARE, Calif. February 8, 2022 – Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas), Young’s Commercial Transfer (YCT), one of the largest agricultural trucking companies in the United States, and OPAL Fuels, a leading producer and distributor of renewable natural gas (RNG), are
SoCalGas Aims to Advance Transformative Hydrogen Technologies via U.S. Department of Energy Hydrogen
Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today announced several of its research and development initiatives designed to enable low-cost, clean hydrogen have been submitted to the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) “Earthshot” Hydrogen Program’s Request for Information (RFI). The submissions are intended to help DOE’s Hydrogen Program prioritize projects that would accelerate clean hydrogen innovations that could reduce emissions, create jobs, and facilitate a net-zero carbon emissions economy by 2050.