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Mountain View High School Will Rename It’s Career Center

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Monrovia Weekly ArcAdiA Weekly Monday, DECEMBER 26 - January 1, 2012 Volume xVI, No. xXXXXII

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by dena burroughs In a special public forum Wednesday night the El Monte Union High School District’s Board of Trustees considered whether to rename the Mountain View High School (MVHS) Stadium, Career Center, or the new District Office after Robert Salcedo, assistant principal and educator who was killed in Mexico in 2009. An original motion to rename the entire high school was taken off the agenda as it received negative input from alumni that did not want to see their alma mater renamed nor have the District incur the costs. At the meeting it was approved that the memory of Bobby Salcedo will be honored by renaming the MVHS Career Center.

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Boy Scouts clear windstorm debris from Temple City, -Courtesy Photos

Eagle Scout candidate Mark Munoz, 15, had a total of 20 Boy Scouts and about 15 parent volunteers helping claen up Temple City Saturday. The servce project was initiated by

Munoz when he saw how many people were affected by massive windstorm of earlier this month. Boy Scouts and parents worked at 12 homes and 2 churches clearing

Arroyo High School Marching Band Awarded $25,000 by dena burroughs A couple of months ago all members of the Arroyo High School (AHS) Marching Band were asking everyone they knew to vote for their video on

the Glee Give a Note website. The video was the creation of four marching band members that, with music, lyrics and photos, explained why their group

deserved to receive some of the one million dollars that the Glee Give a Note organization was planning Please see page 3

Arroyo High School band in concert led by director Joe Massaro. - Photo by Dena Burroughs

leaves, tree branches and cleaning gutters. For approximately 7 hours last Saturday, the volunteers raked, cleared debris and put a huge amount of sweat equity

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Low-Interest Disaster Loans Available to Temple City Residents and Others Affected by Windstorm Federal Loans Range from $200,000 to $2 Million; Application Deadline is February 17 The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) announced today that lowinterest federal disaster loans are available to those affected by the recent wind storms.Homeowners, renters, businesses and nonprofits are eligible. A loan outreach center has been established at: Pasadena Fire Head-

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into helping their neigbors – all for free. Munoz is in the final stages of earning his Eagle Scout rank and as such has completed all the required merit badges and ranks.

Officials said Tuesday that a Southern California Edison employee calmly chatted with fellow workers in between shooting apparently targeted supervisors. Andre Turner, 48, of Norco, fatally shot two co-workers and wounded two others before fatally shooting himself Friday at the Southern California Edison office in the 4900

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Temple City Tribune 12/26/11  

Temple City Tribune 12/26/11

Temple City Tribune 12/26/11  

Temple City Tribune 12/26/11