Tag: Monrovia Area Partnership

Monrovia Area Partnership Welcomes the Summer With Two Events
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Monrovia Area Partnership Welcomes the Summer With Two Events

The Monrovia Area Partnership (MAP) will present two events in June. MAP is a community program that hosts events and meetings to train and connect community members dedicated to improving Monrovia. Stay connected by liking MAP on Facebook.com/MonroviaAreaPartnership. Neighborhood Treasure Reveal On June 8, MAP celebrates its fourth Neighborhood Treasure: Japanese Americans in Monrovia. The event…

Learn About Voting Changes at Meeting in Monrovia
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Learn About Voting Changes at Meeting in Monrovia

Monrovia Area Partnership (MAP) and the Monrovia City Clerk’s Office have partnered with the Los Angeles County Registrar-Record/County Clerk’s Office to host a community meeting at Second Baptist Church (925 S. Shamrock Ave., Monrovia) for the Vote Center Placement Project on Thursday, June 6 at 6 p.m. Learn of voting changes for 2020 and provide…

Monrovia Area Partnership Holds an Education Meeting This Saturday
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Monrovia Area Partnership Holds an Education Meeting This Saturday

By Susan Motander This Saturday, Jan. 12, Monrovia Area Partnership will hold its first MAP-edu, which according to City Manager Oliver Chi is a new spin on what was formerly called the MAP Ed Quarterlies. The workshops that day are designed to educate community members on current events in town, highlighting opportunities to get involved. The…

Monrovia Leadership Academy Starts Next Month
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Monrovia Leadership Academy Starts Next Month

By Staff The Monrovia Area Partnership (MAP) Leadership Academy as well as the Youth Leadership Academy will begin next month. The Youth Academy will begin on Wednesday, Sept. 5 at 3 p.m. The Adult Academy will start the next day, Sept. 6 at 7 p.m. The goal of the seven week Academy is “to train residents to recognize and…

Monrovia Honors Former Slave Kate Wright
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Monrovia Honors Former Slave Kate Wright

Wright treated locals diagnosed with tuberculosis By Ralph Walker Dr. Pottenger’s Sanatorium was renowned for treating tuberculosis, but he was apparently not the only resident who cared for those stricken with the disease. Fondly known as “Aunt Kate,” Kate Wright (1861- 1937) was a remarkable woman who opened her heart and her home to indigent…

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