Sunday , September 24 2017

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Pomona Unified School District Superintendent, Richard Martinez (Señor Guapo) 2017 Message

PUSD Superintendent’s 2017 Message PUSD’s motto this year is The Power of Now.  This refers to our growth as a Future-Ready school district where we are working to make our classrooms distinct models for 21st Century learning.  Ten schools will have 1:1 digital devices (Chrome Books) for our students in the coming months.  This …

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Op/ED No Changes w/New Pomona City Council? by Pomona Resident Cynthia Gonzalez Marino‎

Last year, the voters decided against the incumbent city council and mayor candidates and opted to start over with a clean slate of new council members and mayor. The voters were greatly displeased with the “old guard”, who ignored inquiries about quality of life issues such as homelessness, crime, and …

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Op/Ed “A Call for Participative Budgeting in Education” by Jesus Sanchez and Marianela Rodriguez

A Call for Participative Budgeting in Education By Jesus Sanchez and Marianela Rodriguez of Gente Organizada It was a warm Monday morning in Downtown Pomona as members of Padres Unidos de Pomona packed into the dA Center for the Arts for a special presentation made possible by UnidosUS, formally the National Council of La Raza. …

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Vamos A Bailar “Salsa In Pomona!” Evie Dance Studio Located On Pomona’s Historic Antique Row

A native of Puerto Rico, Evie Quinones now lives in Pomona with her husband.  They love animals, and they have three Maltese dogs, two cats, parakeets and chickens.   As a passionate Latina and dancer, Evie also loves shopping, and buying shoes. Evie said, “Pomona is a hidden treasure with …

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Pomona Police Department’s Operations Center’s Rescue Vehicle

This is the Emergency Operations Center’s Rescue Vehicle that can be deployed with Pomona officers to help keep our community safe under the most extreme conditions. Pomona PD will also respond to assist neighboring inland empire & SGV agencies during a crisis to lend support. It goes without saying that …

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Pomona Church Showcase “St. Paul’s Episcopal Church” Founded 1891

We are a progressive Episcopal community that strives to live out Jesus’ teaching both within ourselves and in the community. Wherever you may be on your path, come as you are. We welcome you to join us on our spiritual journey towards love and peace. “Preach the gospel at all times. …

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Lily’s Tacos Restaurant Review By Pomona Resident John Clifford

by Pomona Resident John Clifford President, Pomona Public Library Foundation | Member Save Our Pomona Public Library | Director, Historical Society of the Pomona Valley | Member, Pomona Christmas Parade Committee | Historic Consultant–Mayfair Hotel | Instructor–Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) Lily’s Tacos — 919 N Garey Ave …

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Pomona High School Red Devils 2017 Football Schedule

Pomona High School Red Devil Football 2017 Football Schedule Starting 7 p.m. 8/25 Sunny Hills, Buena Park 9/17  Arlington 9/8   @El Rancho 9/15  @Claremont 9/22  Northview, Covina District Field 9/29  Azusa, Citrus College 10/6  @Garey 10/13 @Bassett 10/20  La Puente 11/3  Ganesha  

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Pomona’s Promise Promoters Are Local Community Health Workers

by Shelby Nicole Western University of Health Sciences Pomona’s Promise Promoters serve in their community as highly skilled volunteers in the neighborhoods that they live in. A Promoter is a community leader who provides service from the heart. Promoters share information about health & well-being, help families find the resources …

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New Pomona Non-profit “Your Voice Matters” Brings Awareness To Child Sexual Abuse – FREE Group Presentations!

Child sexual abuse is an issue that too many people, for too long, have been afraid to talk about. There is a new Southern California non-profit organization founded by child advocate, Mario Olmos, called Your Voice Matters.  This new non-profit located in Pomona encourages parents to teach their children that …

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