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Retired Beverly Hills, Costa Mesa, and Baldwin Park Chief of Police Dave Snowden has joined Englander Knabe & Allen as a senior advisor and will head up the firm's new Law Enforcement Executive Search and Training Practice. Snowden will also work in the firm's existing law enforcement practice group as well as work on crisis management, media training, and consulting on pension issues. Comment?
On Sunday July 19, 2015, the newly minted Chapel of Unity and Reconciliation within the Cathedral Cultural Center on the Christ Cathedral campus was formally blessed by the Most Reverend Kevin Vann, Bishop of Orange, in honor of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange. The construction of the chapel, a serene sanctuary for prayer and meditation within the magnificent edifice of the Richard Meier-designed Cathedral Cultural Center, was made possible by a gracious contribution from St. Joseph Health, founded by the Sisters in 1920. Comment?
Some of the nation's best known, award-winning Latino journalists as well as the current and former presidents of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists are among the speakers that will headline the bilingual Hispanic Journalists Showcase of Hispanicize 2015. The Hispanic Journalists Showcase of Hispanicize 2015 consists of a multi-faceted, multi-day platform that includes in-depth social media training for reporters, a day devoted to exploring issues that impact Latinos in media and the second annual Media Entrepreneurship Boot Camp for Hispanic Journalists. Comment?
FULLERTON, Calif., Jan. 17, 2015 -- The first class for kids with disabilities offered through Fullerton Parks and Recreation, "Everybody Move Now" music and movement program is a six-week class at the Fullerton Community Center, 340 West Commonwealth Avenue, Fullerton, held Mondays starting January 19 and March 9. As lauded in Dance Magazine and originally offering a series of special needs dance classes for ages 4-18, the overwhelming demand for this type of programming led to the creation of the "Everybody Move Now" series, exploring the development of rhythm, fitness, social skills, and self-expression. Comment?
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