July 24, 2014 Awards and Installation Luncheon.
Congratulations to those who will be receiving honors at next
week's Awards and Installation Luncheon.
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Sandi Baltes, Citizen of the Year
Katie Nunez and David Reyes, Youths of the Year
Don Hannah, George Rochester Award
Michelle Bernier and Dawn Holthouser, Scott Lawrence Award
Jones Real Estate, Business Revitalization Award
Boys & Girls Clubs of La Habra, Chamber Award
Andrea Werren - The La Habra Bowl, Entrepreneur of the Year
Continental Deli, Business of the Year
Linda Steves and Tom Steves (posthumously) Lifetime Achievement
Keystone Club - Boys and Girls Clubs, Special Recognition
Friendship Square Quilt Guild, Chamber Appreciation Award
La Habra Historical Museum, Chamber Appreciation Award
President's Award, James Gomez, Councilman
Golden Apple Award, Phil Pacia and Mary Schultz
Legacy Award, Fred Schambeck
Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas®) is upgrading the residential and most business natural gas meters by adding an Advanced Meter communications device. As a result, they will be able to give you more insight into your usage with new online tools. Check out http://www.socalgas.com/innovation/advanced-meter
La Habra Business Journal
The La Habra Business Journal is part of the La Habra Journal and is published once per month. Advertising contact the Chamber at (562) 697-1704
Life in La Habra Magazine
The La Habra Chamber of Commerce and the City of La Habra co-produce this quarterly magazine for our businesses and residents in La Habra. 26,000 copies of this magazine are direct mailed to every business and residential address in La Habra and La Habra Heights. Great way to reach everyone for as little as 1 cent per address. Call the Chamber at (562) 697-1704 to place your ad. Working on the Fall 2014 issue now.
La Habra is located between the hills of Northwest Orange County, California. La Habra, a vibrant and diversified community, is recognized for its Children’s Museum, Corn Festival, Citrus Fair, Friendship Train Whistle, and fine Youth Sports programs. FOur community focuses business development, supportive non-profits, public safety, while building a strong local economy.