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Honoring Japanese American History in Monrovia
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Honoring Japanese American History in Monrovia

By Susie Ling The City of Monrovia is honoring its Japanese American history with a public art piece. Kerri Zessau of Monrovia said, “One of the key goals of our Neighborhood Treasures program is to affirm the importance and value of Monrovians in history. It also allows us to bring public art into different neighborhoods.”…

Support Monrovia’s First Responders and Local Charities
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Support Monrovia’s First Responders and Local Charities

By Susan Motander Saturday, May 11 is Fire Service Day. To celebrate, the Monrovia Firefighters Association is holding its Annual Pancake Breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m. at Fire Station 101, 141 E. Lemon Ave. The cost is only $5 per person with kids younger than 3 eating free. The best part of this bargain meal is that firefighters…

Bishop Dillard – A Man of Many Accomplishments
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Bishop Dillard – A Man of Many Accomplishments

By Susan Motander Last week this publication included an article on the retirement of Second Baptist Church’s pastor, Bishop William LaRue Dillard. That article focused on the Bishop’s background and his leadership of the historic church but there is a great deal more to the man. Read More: The Reverend Bishop Dillard – A Gift to the…

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