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Arcadia Travelers to Learn about Gilb Museum
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Arcadia Travelers to Learn about Gilb Museum

  The Arcadia Travelers are a group of active men and women, age 50 and over, who enjoy day trips, extended travel opportunities, fellowship, and fun. Currently there are 400 plus members and they invite you to join them and explore the possibilities that await you. There meetings are held the fourth Friday of each…

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Gene Glasco Pays Tribute to Arcadia Honor Guard

Recognition given to the Police Department’s Honor Guard last Tuesday evening’s city council meeting was spearheaded by the Arcadia Vietnam Monument’s Founder, Gene Glasco. Glasco distributed “Thank You” plaques and specially struck silver and black Monument Challenge Coins were given to members of the police honor guard.   Arcadia Police Department’s Honor Guard was recognized for…

Arcadia Depot & Hotel Historical Marker Dedication Jan. 26
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Arcadia Depot & Hotel Historical Marker Dedication Jan. 26

  City, Historical Society officials 2 p.m. at Arcadia Transit Plaza The Arcadia Historical Society’s 11th “History Lives Here” historical marker, featuring the many railroads that once crisscrossed Arcadia as well as Lucky Baldwin’s stately Hotel Oakwood will be unveiled at 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 26. The marker will be unveiled at the Arcadia Transit…

Learn About Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
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Learn About Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

  Arcadia Senior Services in partnership with Methodist Hospital is having a special health lecture on Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). It will take place at the Arcadia Community Center, 365 Campus Drive on Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 1:30 p.m. and is free. Dr. Hugh Davis, Pulmonologist will be the guest speaker. COPD is a…

City Encourages Neighbors to Band Together for Safer Streets
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City Encourages Neighbors to Band Together for Safer Streets

  Interested in connecting with you neighbors, exchanging ideas and sharing information? Arcadia has a great way for you to do just that!   The City of Arcadia has a long history of encouraging neighborhood interaction and communication. We believe that knowing the people who live near us makes for stronger neighborhoods, and oftentimes results…

Health Lecture Regarding Balance and Mobility
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Health Lecture Regarding Balance and Mobility

    Arcadia Senior Services in partnership with POET, “Patient Outreach Education Today” is having a health lecture with important information concerning balance and mobility. This presentation will take place on Friday, Jan. 20 at 1:30 p.m., Arcadia Community Center, 365 Campus Drive, Arcadia. This is a free program for individuals ages 50 and above….

Security Alarm Permits in Arcadia on Rise
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Security Alarm Permits in Arcadia on Rise

  With a recent rash of residential burglaries, Arcadia residents are looking to secure their family’s assets with a modern alarm system but there are a few pointers Arcadia wants you to know about. Arcadia residents and businesses have a choice to install a private security system. Those who choose to do so must register that system and…

California Trucking Association Donates to Foothill Unity
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California Trucking Association Donates to Foothill Unity

  Peter Amundson and his son donated $1000 to Foothill Unity Center recently, on behalf of the California Trucking Association of which Amundson Sr. is the Vice Chairman of the Los Angeles/Orange County Unit. The California Trucking Association (CTA) has been serving the commercial motor carrier industry in California for 81 years. They promote and work to maintain a safe, environmentally…

Meet Monrovia’s Classical Music Man on a Mission
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Meet Monrovia’s Classical Music Man on a Mission

  By Malak Habbak On a cold, blustery December night, traveling on VIA Rail Canada, a sleep-deprived doctor mourning his wife’s tragic death played Bach Partitas on his violin to sing him to sleep, but to little avail. Before the journey, the doctor’s wife was hit by a serious mental illness in 1995, after his…

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