Claremont Destination Guide & Business Directory

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12 STEPS TO STARTING A BUSINESS CLAREMONTIN PAGE 48 CLAREMONT48HOURSIN Claremont is bound to thrill and inspire…even in as little as 48 hours! ATTRACTIONSLOCAL These not-to-be-missed locations and events include something for everyone. WORLD EDUCATIONCLASS The ‘7Cs’ are a consortium  of seven highly in Claremont.higherprivate institutionsselective of education located A PARADISEFOODIE With more than 70 locally owned eateries Claremont is known as the “food neighborhood” that’s “worth the drive.” CLAREMONT 2022/2023 OFFICIAL DESTINATION GUIDE & BUSINESS DIRECTORY CENTENNIAL EDITION Travel back in time with PageChamber!of100thcelebratingstoriesfascinatingandpicturestheAnniversarytheClaremont50

2 I CLAREMONT I 2022/23 DESTINATION GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY I @claremontchamber F @claremontchamber L@claremontcoc Exclusive Partnerships, Superior Exposure Sotheby’s International Realty® and the Sotheby’s International Realty Logo are service marks licensed to Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC and used with permission. Wheeler Steffen Real Estate fully supports the principles of the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Opportunity Act. Each office is indep endently owned and operated. Any services or products provided by independently owned and operated franchisees are not provided by, affiliated with or related to Sotheby ’s International Realty Affiliates LLC nor any of its affiliated companies. 500 W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont 909.624.1617 • 596 Pine Knot Ave., Big Bear Lake 909.878.5500 27201 Hwy 189 • Blue Jay/Lake Arrowhead 909.366.6940 • • Open 7 Days a Week to Serve You

Your family’s health OUR COMMITMENT Pomona Valley Health Centers’ highly trained doctors deliver safe, compassionate, • Preventive, primary & specialty care • All care under one roof • Flexible • After-hours urgent care • Affordable payment options • 877-469-1767

2 I CLAREMONT I 2022/23 DESTINATION GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY I @claremontchamber F @claremontchamber L@claremontcoc VILLAS • COTTAGES • APARTMENTS INDEPENDENT LIVING TRULY YOURS • ASSISTED LIVING SERVICES SUMMER HOUSE • MEMORY CARE ON-SITE CARE CENTER NO ENTRANCE FEE! Meet Grace. Maybe it’s the canopy of lavender when the jacarandas bloom. Or the walking paths dotted with benches for bird-watching. The midday dip in the pool, the way the staff and chef take care of everyone’s needs “so graciously.” And the salads! “I’m sort of a health nut,” Grace says with a smile. “Claremont Manor makes life comfortable and worry-free. It’s an invigorating place to start a new chapter.” It’s not just the trees that bloom here. DISCOVER A VIBRANT LIFE IN COMMUNITY.EXCEPTIONALAN Call our Sales Team at 909.626.1227 or visit 650 Harrison Avenue Claremont, CA 91711 LIC #198601672

Did you know you can help the environment just by riding the bus? Choosing Foothill Transit over your car reduces harmful emissions in the air, which means a cleaner and healthier Claremont. Join us in our sustainable journey. Plan your trip today at 1-800-RIDE-INFO (743-3463)

CLAREMONTCHAMBER.ORG I 7 Whether it be business or pleasure have your next event at the beautiful Doubletree by Hilton Claremont! Where the little things matter Recently renovated sleeping rooms featuring king or two double bedded rooms, suites available on availability Complimentary Parking • Complimentary 24 hour Business Center and State of the art Fitness Center Manager’s reception held every Tuesday for our in-house guess with complimentary house wine, beer and sodas and chef’s choice of appetizers hot & cold • Dueling Piano Lounge (Piano Piano) open 7 days a week Orchid restaurant, with Happy Hour from 4pm-7pm (7 days a week) Visit for all menus and planning a meeting 555 W Foothill Blvd., Claremont, CA 91711 • ( 909) 445–1823 John Gutzwiller • Director of Catering • Direct # 909-445-1823 Email: Shirlene Nowling • Director of Sales & Marketing • Direct # 909-445-1824 Email:

Welcome to Claremont. This Directory and Visitor’s Guide celebrates an important milestone for our city and organization - the 100-year anniversary of the Claremont Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber has played a major role in the civic, economic, and social development of the city. From its earliest days, the Chamber established the first planning commission to create a civic improvement plan, organized meetings to discuss landscaping, subdivision regulations and helped guide the locations of businesses and residents to create the layout of our community. Fast forward one hundred years and the Chamber continues to focus on our commitment to promote business through advocacy, education and access to leaders and community organizations.

This guide celebrates Claremont. More than a directory, you’ll find the people and businesses who commit their time and investment dollars to create a community where great experiences are possible, and all people are welcomed. From the restaurateurs who invested and created our highly reviewed dining scene, to the business leaders and visionaries who created light industrial and other highpaying jobs, our community members have put in the work to enable Claremont to Whetherthrive.

8 I CLAREMONT I 2022/2023 DESTINATION GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY I @claremontchamber F @claremontchamber L@claremontcoc 205 Yale Ave, Claremont, CA 91711 contact@claremontchamber.orgclaremontchamber.org909-624-1681 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR RANDY LOPEZ Claremont Chamber of Commerce EXECUTIVE BOARD ANDREWCHAIRBEHNKE DoubleTree by Hilton Claremont STACEYCHAIRCAPONIGROELECT Smart Property Services, Inc. BRUNOTREASURERWINDEGGER Saca’s Mediterranean Cuisine JOHN MEMBERNEIUBERATLARGE Trinity Youth Services BOARD OF DIRECTORS JIM ELSASSER Claremont Unified School District JANIEL HENRY Women PhysiologicalRise&Wellness Center STEPHANIE KING Ontario International Airport JED LEANO Mayor, City of Claremont JOSHUA MERRY California Bank & Trust EMILY MOULTRIE Claremont Craft Ales GABBY PORTUGAL Portugal Insurance Agency GAIL POLK Gail Polk Consulting EHMANDAH RAMSEY She Stories BRETT STRAUSS Southland Data Processing M’LISSA SWIFT LifeSteps Financial COLIN TUDOR The Claremont Colleges CHAMBER STAFF NATALIA ESTRADA Office Manager XOCHITL NIEVES Event Manager PUBLISHED BY CHAMBER MARKETING PARTNERS Ed Burzminski, President & CEO (800) 428-1798 www.chambermarketingpartners.comx101 EDITORIAL & DESIGN Scott Brooks Project Director Kim Mabon Designer/Creative By Design Kathryn Simpson & Discover Claremont Writers Michelle Haskell Advertising Sales © 2022 Chamber Marketing Partners & Claremont Chamber of Commerce, all rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written per mission from the publisher is prohibited. Information in this publication is gathered from various sources and every effort has been made to ensure its accuracy. The publisher assumes no responsibility for omissions, errors or misinformation. Please contact the publisher at the address above with any additions or corrections. Welcome!

you have teenagers who are preparing to attend college for the first time, or are just escaping for a weekend of dining and relaxing, Claremont is a place that you can call your home. Find ideas for attractions to visit, dining and other activities for your stay in this guide. If you are considering Claremont as a permanent home for your corporation, small business or retail establishment, you will find a quick start guide to establishing a business locally on pages 48 & 49. Enjoy your stay!

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If this is your first time here, welcome. We’re very proud of our unique location in the foothills, just far enough from Los Angeles to retain our small-town feel, yet connected through transportation and technology to enable commuter and distance working. Claremont is one of those California cities from where, as the saying goes, you can ski (Mt. Baldy) and surf (South Bay) in the same day.

Celebrating Excellence 255 East Bonita Avenue, Pomona, CA 909/596-7733 • For employment opportunities, visit • CMS gave Casa Colina Hospital a Five-Star rating for Overall Hospital Quality in 2020 the highest possible score, given to fewer than 10% of hospitals nationally We’ve also earned top recognition for our specialized medical, surgical, and rehabilitative services, as well as for overall patient experience, including distinction as a Top 27 Patient-Recommended Hospital in the nation. At the end of the day, our goal is simple: provide safe, top quality care that gets you back to the things you love. Discover Where Better Begins

10 I CLAREMONT I 2020/2021 DESTINATION GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY No matter what direction you’ve traveled from or how far, a getaway in Claremont is bound to thrill and inspire… even in as little as 48 hours!


Whether driving the short distance from Ontario International Airport or completing a bucket list “Kicks on Route 66” auto tour, travelers will find hotel choices that can fit most budgets and vary from the luxury boutique Hotel Casa 425 + lounge in historic Claremont Village, and the lush garden, resort-type setting at the

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36,015QUICKFACTS Population of Claremont California (SOURCE: CENSUS 2016) 13.49 Size of Claremont in square miles APRIL 1887 Date Claremont was Founded OCTOBER 1907 Date Claremont Incorporatedwas 63˚ Annualtemperature average 17.3” Annualrainfallaverage 1,150 Elevation in feet above sea level teeming with inviting guest rooms, more than 70 restaurants and pubs, dozens of locally owned boutiques, bicycle-friendly streets and trails, plus fabulous natural and experiential wonders to nurture the body and mind. Claremont is truly a hidden gem. But where do you start and how do you decide what to include in your Claremont adventure? The Claremont Chamber of Commerce recommends the following highlights for lodging, dining, shopping, natural wonders, community culture and live performance opportunities—even if you only have 48 hours to spend in the city. REST YOUR WEARY HEAD


Nestled against the southern slope of California’s San Gabriel Mountain Range and a mere 30 miles east of Downtown Los Angeles, Claremont relishes its moniker as the best kept secret in L.A. Its location on Historic Route 66 sets the tone that this tree-lined sanctuary offers more than the quintessential college-town experience and stunning historic architecture. It also offers intimate, relaxing days and nights

local owners, and some with regionally renowned chefs, including Alain Fournier (Bardot) and Jose Ruiz (Tutti Mangia).

SIPPING AND SAVORING LA Weekly and NBC Los Angeles have declared Claremont a “food neighbor hood” that’s “worth the drive” for foodies and tourists. There are more than 70 eat eries to sample in Claremont, most with LA Weekly and NBC Los Angeles have declared Claremont a “food neighborhood” that’s “worth the drive” for foodies and tourists.

And any Craft Beer Trail-inspired tour of Route 66 should include Claremont Craft DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Claremont; to economy choices near I-10 including Motel 6 Claremont, and Claremont Lodge. Claremont’s 400 hotel rooms serve thou sands of annual guests on every budget from economy to boutique. If you prefer to have the birds wake you rather than an alarm clock, consider Marshall Canyon Regional Park or Manker Campground. These two campgrounds are excellent examples of the spectacular rustic accommodations maintained and shepherded by L.A. County Parks and Recreation and the USDA Forest Service. Car camping, RV and tent sites are available. Regardless of whether you’re looking for high count linen sheets or to “rough it” at 6,000+ feet, you have options to make your stay a one-of-a-kind experience!


If you’ve come this far for your getaway, you cannot miss California Botan ic Garden. The largest botanic garden dedicated exclusively to California’s native plants, the Garden displays about 2,000 taxa of California plants spread across 86 acres, including plants native to the Cal ifornia Floristic Province as a whole–an expanse stretching from southern Oregon to Baja California. In addition to featuring a world-class botanical library and graduate-level education program, the Garden offers horticulture and community educa tion. Visit their website to find out “what’s in bloom” during your stay.


Find burgers and Belgian ales at The Back Abbey, tapas at Viva Madrid, authentic Portuguese cooking at Euro Café, and an eclectic menu featuring Afghan favorites at Walter’s. The refurbished Claremont Packing House, an early home to the citrus co-op that became Sunkist, features a Wine Spectator award-winning wine bar/bistro (Packing House Wines), Southern-style BBQ at Gus’s, and other dining options.

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We are a pet friendly property! Guest amenities include our outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi, complimentary local shuttle during regular business hours, and free use of our tennis courts. Starbucks Coffee, Zaky Mediterranean Grill and a 24-hour Denny’s are right next door.

Guests can enjoy McDonald’s, Starbucks Coffee, Zaky Mediterranean Grill, 24 hour Denny’s and Chevron gas station with an Extra Mile all located on the same lot. Norm’s Restaurant located directly across the street. We are a pet friendly property!

Motel 6 Claremont features one of the area’s finest tennis facilities with 8 lighted championship courts available year-round . Motel 6 Motel6claremont.com840909-626-2431ClaremontS.IndianHillBlvd.

Motel 6 Claremont is located near the foothills of the San Gabriel Valley Mountains and is an 8 mile drive to Ontario International Airport. We are within walking distance of a number of popular malls and dining venues. We offer modern rooms with free high speed Wi-Fi.

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QUICKFACTS128 Miles of surfaced streets in Claremont  122 Miles sewer lines in Claremont 231 Miles of sidewalks in Claremont 127 Street medians and parkways 23 Public buildings 4,000 Street signs 2,264 City-owned streetlights 24,108 City trees

Claremont Village is a picturesque, Europeanstyle village spanning 16 city blocks and showcasing more than 150 unique restaurants, shops, bakeries, day spas, art galleries, entertainment venues, lounges and more.

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Once you’ve satisfied time about some “original” creations—DINO SAURS! Discover dinosaur artifacts at the Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology, the only nationally accredited museum of paleontology on a secondary school campus in the United States. Located on the campus of the Webb Schools, the museum has two circular exhibit areas totaling 4,000 square feet: The Hall of Footprints and the Hall of Life. The muse um’s fossil track and trackway collection are among the nation’s largest of its kind!

Claremont Village is a picturesque, Euro pean-style village spanning 16 city blocks and showcasing more than 150 unique restaurants, shops, bakeries, day spas, art galleries, entertainment venues, lounges and more. Home to dozens of locally owned boutiques featuring hand-selected mer chandise, chic fashions, kitschy collectibles, antiques and Fair Trade-sourced materials, these entrepreneurs all give Claremont its unique vibe. Rio de Ojas offers Mexican folk art and imports, Vintage Odyssey provides a vibrant vintage clothing selection and Amelie and Nectar offer the latest fashions.

Walking these charming streets will Ales, which produces more than 3,000 barrels annually, including its signature Jacaranda Rye IPA. If you’re in the mood to nosh, the Wine Spectator Magazine award-winning Packing House Wines Restaurant & Wine Shop is located on the western end of the Packing House, offering a world of wines by the glass, varietals from growing regions all over the globe, and small plates and dinners from its executive chef. The Cheese Cave, a busy, artisan cheese shop on Yale Ave., offers dozens of cheeses from around the world, their own hand-pressed olive oils, and a selection of unique foods. For local baked goods and sweets visit Some Crust Bakery, and find Manhat tan-style breads at 42nd Street Bagels. Crème Bakery creates freshly baked tarts and cakes. Claremont Village is a dream to those with a sweet tooth: Local chocolatier A. Kline’s candy shop is filled with handdipped treats, and creamery Bert & Rocky’s features more than 31 unique, homemade ice cream and sherbet flavors (and fresh caramel apples!). And if your family can’t decide between healthy and indulgent, Pepo Melo’s fruit bowls are next door to Nosy Neighbors’ fresh donuts. Cont. on page 20


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A stylish boutique hotel and bar with a vibrant ofcourtyardoutdoorintheheartClaremontVillage Join us in The Lounge for: + appetizer and dinner menu + signature cocktails + craft beer and wine list + happy hour specials + outdoor seating with fire pits 425 W. First Street Claremont, CA 91711 (909) 624-2272 | Stay with us and enjoy: + continental breakfast, daily + bicycles to borrow + wifi & parking access + filtered water, coffee & tea + personalized service



When it comes to business, you always want a trusted partner but it’s also important to know what you are looking for. Is it someone who can provide a personal touch? An expert? Or someone with a keen eye for the future? When you choose Ontario International Airport, you get all of that and more. California is often touted as being one of the largest economies in the world and the Inland Empire plays a major role in that. We’re right in the center of all the strong growth happening here. Between our cargo operations and our excellent relationships within the business community, to the innovative moves we’re making in our own space, we’re positioning ourselves to be a key economic driver for years to come. On the traveler side, ONT caters to all types: business, pleasure and everyone in between. We pay close attention to the needs of our passengers and work hard to meet them in new and unique ways –like our Jabbrbox workspaces, which are perfect for taking a private call or getting some work done. We also offer quick, quality food and drink options like Dunkin’, Rock-n-Brew and even Yo Kai Express instant ramen machines. Our growing list of nonstop flights includes destinations across the globe, helping our travelers get where they need to go. We’ve connected our neighbors here in the Inland Empire to Taipei, San Francisco, Mexico City and Atlanta. And within the past year, we’ve opened new nonstops to Honolulu, Hawaii and Austin, Texas – incredibly popular destinations our passengers are thrilled to have. We also know that in today’s aviation landscape, it’s not just about the flight. Airports around the world are looking for new ways to outfit their space with opportunities that will most benefit their passengers. In fact, Ontario will be hosting this year’s SMART Airports & Regions conference, where a grand exchange of airport ideas will come through. All of this is backed by one of the best customer service teams in the business. Our OACES team members are here to help travelers navigate our airport, help recover lost items and enhance their experience as they travel through ONT. In fact, ONT’s dedication to gathering and responding to customer feedback has earned us the Voice of the Customer recognition from Airport’s Council International (ACI). Global Traveler also named ONT the Fastest-Growing Airport in the United States for the fourth consecutive year in 2021. This speaks volumes to the way we keep giving people reasons to travel withSo, matter why or where you travel in the future, we hope you know that ONT is your airport. And we will always make travel in So Cal So Easy. WAYS TO TRAVEL. WE


2500 E Airport Dr Ontario, CA 91761 (909) flyOntario.com544-5300

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Looking back to 1960, there were 36,399 fatalities due to automobile accidents. The calculated rate of per 100M miles travelled is 5.06. In 2019, that number has plummeted to 1.11. Wow, what remarkable progress! Back in ’66, regulations required automobile manufacturers to alert vehicle owners of safety defects and recalls along with several emerging technologies like safety belts, collapsible steering columns, door safety latches, and dual hydraulic brake systems. Today, we are servicing vehicles that have multiple networks linking over 60 computers. The onboard vehicle infrastructure of today is now supplying support for active safety, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), emissions and security. Advanced Driver Assistance is supported by various machine-vision devices like radar, lidar, cameras, and ultrasonic sensors. The features these devices supply support for are Lane Departure Warning (LDW), Lane Keep Assist (LKA), Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC), Automated Emergency Braking (AEB), Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) and more. Since about 2005, these technologies have been populating the vehicles and over the past few years we have seen exponential growth of these systems in vehicles due to the National Transportation Highway Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) vision which paves the way for vehicles with Automated Driving Systems (ADS). Connie & Dick’s is prepared to provide the proper vehicle care, maintenance, and repair with an overall goal of keeping your vehicle working safely and reliably so that your vehicle supplies a proper ROI. Each vehicle that comes in for service at our facility, be it electric, hybrid or gas, receives a comprehensive health check of all onboard computer systems and a check for any open recalls. We also are prepared to supply any recalibration operations on any of the ADAS components that may require such service during operations such as wheel alignments, windshield service, and or sensor replacement. We are here for you and if you have any questions about the technology on your vehicle feel free to reach out. Contact us via or 909-626-5653. We would love to hear from you. 150 Olive Claremont,St.CA 91711 connieanddicks.com909-626-5653

Connie & Dick’s Auto Service Center has been supplying professional automotive service and repair in Claremont since 1960. Since our early days of operating in the Claremont Village, we have seen a multitude of changes within the automotive industry. Since the very beginning, we have always pledged to stay on top of the technological changes by investing in continuing education and using proper equipment and technology needed to supply competent service for our clients.


Visitors to Claremont will find many galleries at their fingertips, from Studio Claremont and Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, to dozens of pieces of dazzling, world-class public art. Art exhibitions are showcased make you feel like you’re far, far away from the hustle and bustle of L.A. city life and provides its own respite from the normal toils of day-to-day frustrations.


It’s impossible not to notice the beautiful San Gabriel Mountains in Claremont’s “backyard.” Mt. Baldy Road leaves the city and takes motorists on a majestic journey into the canyons, ending at Mt. Baldy (about 30 minutes away), the highest peak in Los Angeles County. Mt. Baldy Ski Lifts, home of the closest ski resort to Los Angeles, offers ziplining, hiking, and dining and brews at The Top of the Notch restaurant. The Claremont Hills Wilderness Park, located at the base of the San Gabriel Moun tains, offers a five-mile walking loop as well as smaller trails. Hikers will find views stretching to Downtown L.A., Catalina Island, and the Inland Empire basin. Travelers looking to make it a completely car-less adventure can bring bicycles on Metrolink. This service takes visitors (and their bikes) directly from Union Station to Claremont’s historic depot, making it a green getaway from L.A. Claremont is honored

QUICKFACTS39.6 Median Age Claremont in 7.2% Population 5 and under 12.8% Population 5-19 years old 21.2% Population 20-34 years old 11.1% Population 35-44 years old 25.7% Population 45-64 years old 16.6% Population 65 years and older to hold Silver Level Bicycle Friendly Com munity status with the League of American Bicyclists. For families, tree-lined streets offer majestic views of historic homes and the town’s college campuses. Avid cyclists can tackle the AMGEN Tour of California’s challenging route to Mt. Baldy or tackle the trails in Claremont Hills Wilderness Park. There are so many ways to burn the calories from your getaway indulgences!

Visitors to Claremont will find many galleries at their fingertips, from Studio Claremont and Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery, to dozens of pieces of dazzling, world-class public art.


throughout the Claremont Village during the First Saturday Art Walk, which is held on the first Saturday of the month from 6 to 9 p.m. The event is open and free to theThepublic.cityalso showcases pervasive public art. Art lovers will want to be sure to stop at the new Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College and the Claremont Lewis Museum of Art (at the Claremont Depot). Visitors will also find public galleries and discover dozens of pieces of world-class public art at the colleges and around town. The James Turrell Skyspace, “Dividing the Light,” at Pomona College, Margaret Fowler Garden at Scripps College, and a Venus statue by Flemish sculptor Giovanni da Bologna (1529-1608) at Harvey Mudd College are three must-visit campus stops.

PERFORMANCE The Folk Music Center has been in Gram my-winner Ben Harper’s family since 1958 and features hundreds of instruments from around the world that visitors can actually play. While perusing instruments, fans can ask Ellen Harper, who has been running the center for more than 30 years, about touring with Ben to promote their mother-son 2014 collaboration album, “Childhood Home.”

Bridges Auditorium at Pomona College Folk Music Center

22 I CLAREMONT I 2022/23 DESTINATION GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY I @claremontchamber F @claremontchamber L@claremontcoc cableairportccb cableairport Your Hometown Airport Since 1945 Whether it is breakfast at our Café, learning to fly at one of our various flying clubs, or simply watching airplanes, there are many things to experience at Cable Airport We thank you for your continued support for over 75 years We look forward to many more years of being an active part of the aviation and local communities

Piano Piano’s Dueling Piano Show on the DoubleTree Hotel property is geared for The Folk Music Center has been actuallythataroundoffeaturessinceBenGrammy-winnerinHarper’sfamily1958andhundredsinstrumentsfromtheworldvisitorscanplay.

24 I CLAREMONT I 2022/23 DESTINATION GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY I @claremontchamber F @claremontchamber L@claremontcoc Our team is ready to serve your financial needs with a variety of products and great rates. And more! Contact us or scan the QR code to learn more HOW CAN WE HELP HYOU? OW CAN WE HELP YOU? 909-986-4552 Personal Loans Auto Loans Benefits Checking Chaffey Jr. Accounts Savings Accounts Home Loans “The Choice of Top Producers” www.claremontescrow.com909.399.1171405 W. Foothill Blvd. Suite Claremont,101 CA 91711 those who prefer adult humor with their tunes, and features to world-class per formers, most of whom regularly appear in Vegas. Theatre group Ophelia’s Jump performs innovative and thought-provoking works throughout the year at their nearby Upland theater and brings their annual Midsummer Shakespeare Festival to the Sontag Greek Theatre at Pomona College every July. This fabulous local resource also offers a variety of classes and workshops for both young performers and adults. Also on your playbill is Inland Pacific Ballet. Located fewer than 10 miles from downtown Claremont on Central Avenue in Montclair, IPB continues its 25th Anni versary Season with classes, recitals, a Summer Broadway Show Intensive, and a big anniversary celebration (Date TBA). Visit IPB’s website for more recital details! And, of course, find hundreds of profes sional and student performances year-round at The Claremont Colleges’ Bridges Audito rium, Bridges Hall (Little Bridges), Seaver Theater Complex, Garrison Theater and other campus venues. No matter from what direction you’ve traveled or how far, a getaway in Claremont is bound to thrill and inspire…even in as little as 48 hours! 909.596.7664 Pomona Valley Transportation Authority Providing community transportation for the cities of Claremont, La Verne, Pomona, & San Dimas. Seniors & Disabled 909.596.5964 Seniors, Disabled & General Public 909.623.0183 Seniors, Disabled & General Public 909.622.4435 Call us to register TODAY!

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QUICKFACTS16 City blocks showcas ing more than 150 unique restaurants in Claremont Village 70+ Locally owned eateries 3,000 Barrels ClaremontproducedannuallybyCraftAles 8,000 Inventory of wine bottles at Packing House Wines 200 Flavors offered at Bert & Rocky’s companycreme 180 Different types of cheese’s available at the Cheese Cave! Dozens of dining choices. With more than 70 locally owned restaurants, grills, and specialty food shops, Claremont has earned regional acclaim as a “food neigh borhood” that’s “worth the drive.” Local restaurateurs are offering fresh takes on a variety of cuisines. Regional favorites include Bardot, The Quarter Creole, Viva Madrid, Espiau’s and Tutti Mangia Italian Chophouse. Retailers such as Cheese Cave, Some Crust Bakery, Bert & Rocky’s Ice Cream, Crème Bakery, and I Like Pie make between-meal snacking a must. Local brews and spirits are featured at annual merchant festivals like the Claremont Craft Beer Walk and the Cla remont Village Wine Walk. And any craft beer tour of Route 66 must include Claremont Craft Ales, which produces over 3,000 barrels annually, includ ing its signature Jacaranda Rye IPA. Foodies and artisanal spirit enthusiasts will also want DINING 26 I CLAREMONT I 2022/2023 DESTINATION GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY

CLAREMONTCHAMBER.ORG I 27 From L.A. to the Inland drive.”that’s“foodregionalhaveownedmoreClaremont,arebeyond—foodiesEmpire—andflockingtowherethan70locallyeateriesearnedthecityacclaimasaneighborhood”“worththe 30 years fresh! 248 w 2nd street, Claremont CA, 91771 909 624 3340 gotosacas com Dine in Curbside Catering to stop at vomFASS Claremont’s tasting room to sample whiskeys, liqueurs and other spirits (and stock up on spices, oils, and vinegars). Wine lovers can enjoy weekend wine tastings and fare at Packing House Wines, or tastings at We Olive or Magnolia Bistro & Wine Bar. With many four and five-star (Yelp) choices located within the walkable Claremont Village, Village Square, and Packing House area, visitors can enjoy the city’s free parking and stroll to wherever their appetites lead them. BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER OR LATE NIGHT Norms Claremont 807 S Indian Hill Blvd. Claremont, CA 91711 Corner of S Indian Hill Blvd. & Auto Center Dr. (909) 293-7871 NORMS.COM

GUS’S BBQ - CLAREMONT 500 W. 1st Street Claremont, CA 91711 (909) gussbbq.com445-0931

THE BACK ABBEY 128 N OBERLIN AVE Claremont, CA 91711 (909) thebackabbey.com625-2642

BARDOT 206 W. Bonita Ave., #1 Claremont, CA 91711 (909) bardotrestaurant.com621-2255

MAGNOLIA BISTRO 665 E. Foothill Blvd Ste C Claremont, CA 91711 (909) magnoliabistroclaremont.com445-1795

NORMS RESTAURANTS 807 S Indian Hill Blvd Claremont, CA 91711 (909) norms.com293-7871

DR. GRUBB’S 373 W Bonita Ave Claremont, CA 91711 (909) drgrubbsfresh.com621-6200

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THE MEAT CELLAR 160 W Foothill Blvd Claremont, CA 91711 (323) themeatcellar.com775-8619


HONEYBIRD 175 N.Indian Hill Blvd, Suite 102A Claremont, CA 91711 (909) honeybirdla.com447-2010

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WINES SANCTUARY COFFEE 863 W Foothill Blvd Claremont, CA 91711 909.675.7706 Hours of Operation: Monday - Sunday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Started by a team of Claremont residents, we are your local source for authentic and unique wines that pair well with food. Let our team of wine experts help you find wines for all occasions. Organic, family winery, boutique focused.

Non-profit artesian coffee shop. ALL of our profits are given to charities in Claremont and surrounding communities. These charities are on the front lines of social concerns. The name Sanctuary was chosen because it denotes a safe place and a sacred space We hope you experience both. COFFEE CASA MAGUEY 101 N Indian Hill Blvd Claremont, CA 91711 909.447.5000 Hours of Sun-ThursOperation:11:00a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Fri & Sat 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.


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QUICKFACTS18.1 Miles of Pacific Electric Inland Empire Trail that spans from Claremont Cactus(Claremont)Blvd.toN.Ave.(Rialto) TOP 50 Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center is one of the top 50 HospitalsCardiovascularinthenation(SOURCE:REUTERS) 800 Physicians on staff Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center 29% Of men in Claremont are older than 55 years of age. 32% Of women in Claremont are older than 55 years of age. 10+ Fitness clubs and gyms in Claremont Whether you’re among Claremont’s estimat ed 36,500 year-round residents; a visiting student enrolled in one of the Claremont Colleges; someone here to vacation; or for a professional extended stay, we have many options to get you on your feet and moving. Claremont and the surrounding cities of the Pomona Valley provide the area’s top healthcare options, and area parks, local gyms and businesses and the nearby mountains provide you with a path to wellness and activity.   MAINTENANCE & REPAIR Folks living with existing health consider ations or those who find themselves with an unexpected medical condition can locate nearby options for both emergency care and regular maintenance appointments. Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center (PVHMC) and Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare are in nearby Pomona, just a five-minute drive away. Casa Colina achieved a 5-star rating for Total Knee Replacement as well as the Excellence Award for both Treatment of Pneumonia and Patient Safety from Health grades. These 2019 category ratings indicate the hospital’s outcomes were significantly better than expected. No matter how you like to get your heart community.inthethere’spumping,noendtopossibilitiestheClaremont HEALTH Casa Colina Hospital Casa Colina Hospital 36 I CLAREMONT I 2022/2023 DESTINATION GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY

SARH is also proud to be included in Spirit of Women, a network of leading California hospitals and healthcare providers com mitted to making good health easier and more accessible to women. Health screening events, education lectures, flu shots and walking programs are just a few of the benefits to women taking advantage of the program’s free membership.


services, beauticians/barbers and mani curists. Claremont Place Senior Living, a Meridian Senior Living Community, offers


Ten minutes away in Upland, San Anto nio Regional Hospital (SARH) offers care spanning many medical disciplines. Their individual Cancer, Heart and Stroke Centers are bookended by their Emergency Services and Urgent Care capabilities, including Pediatric Urgent Care locations in Eastvale, Fontana and Rancho Cucamonga.

PVHMC is a 412 bed multi-specialty regional medical center and one of the largest not-for-profit hospitals in the greater Los Angeles area. They’re proud to host the first Skytron Efficient and Safe Environment Modular System (EASE) installation in the United States. This EASE system is clinically proven to reduce infec tions. Rounded corners and powder coating on surfaces increase the abil ity to fight off infections on structures and provide nowhere for bacteria to hide. In fact, the glass operating room can fight off bacteria growth with a 99.9% efficiency rate. But PVHMC isn’t only about surgery. The center has joined with physicians from other area hospitals to conduct “$$$ for Physi cals”, providing a combined total of more than 7,200 high school athletes their required examinations.pre-participation



Per, 29 percent of men in Claremont are older than 55 years of age. Thirty-two percent of women are the same. That population of adults with advancing ages can remain just as active and fit as any Millenial or Gen Z. Leisure Living in Claremont strives to provide quality care to seniors in a home environment. Amenities include fitness programs, onsite dentist

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CLAREMONTCHAMBER.ORG I 39 Assisted Living and Memory Care options as well as short-term stays for respite care in both studio and single-bedroom floor plans. AgingNext is Claremont’s go-to expert resource for aging adults & their families, especially for anyone who wants to continue living independently at home. In Pomona, Mt. San Antonio Gardens’ homes reflect the Arts and Crafts Movement that dates back more than a century. High ceilings, large windows and generous balconies comple ment the beautifully landscaped gardens. Proximity to the Claremont Colleges offers residents access to an educational envi ronment for auditing courses and other cultural experiences. Visit the Claremont Chamber of Commerce website for more accredited senior living opportunities.


BABY STEPS We can all agree children are our future. In Claremont, mothers of every experi ence level have a plethora of options when researching their obstetric and gynecological providers. Advanced Healthcare for Women & Children, as well as Care for Womens Medical Group’s nearest locations are just down the road in Upland. FemCare Medical Associates provides care to women of all ages at their Pomona location. Of course, Planned Parenthood provides a wide variety of medical care, and family planning and pregnancy related services are just the tip of the iceberg. Their acumen spans cancer screenings for both men and women to flu and tetanus vaccinations to diabetes screening and smoking cessation. Their goal to provide “help to all who need it” is available nearby at their Upland and PomonaWhatevercenters. current or future moms and dads might need to ensure their health and the health of their babies, there are qualified facilities near Claremont to offer assistance.

Among these is The Body Center on Indian Hill Boulevard, where they intro duce both physical therapy disciplines and Pilates in their efforts to assist client needs. This allows them to apply their unique approach to neuromuscular re-educa tion, orthopedic injuries, cardiovascular reconditioning, post-surgical care and patients recovering from auto accident and sports-related injuries.   Since 2006, Rapha Physical Therapy has dedicated their expertise to both pediatric and adult physical therapy from nearby Montclair. They also offer their SmartPalate System to patients with articulation disorders, hearing issues and developmental disabilities. For those with additional motor skill considerations, their Intensive Therapy Program is designed to accelerate functional mobility for those with Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, and other ailments. Both Pomona College and Claremont McKenna College offer military and veteran financial assis tance programs to those considering a return to the classroom. Those VA Edu cation Benefits Programs include vocational rehabil itation; the Montgomery GI Bill®; the Post-Vietnam Era Veterans Education al Assistance Program (VEAP); the Post-9/11 GI Bill®; the Survivors and Dependents Educational Assistance Program and other options.


In Fontana, Working Dogs for Warriors helps unite a human’s best friend with veter ans who may need a service or therapy dog and treating abnormal physical function related to injury, disability, disease or con dition.” Regardless whether your need for PT comes from a sports related injury or a medical complication, the physical therapy resources in and near Claremont are vast.

Certainly, the military experience has changed since Lincoln’s time, but not so our duty to care for fighting men and women— before, during and after their enlistment.

With more than 250,000 U.S. military veterans currently estimated to be living in Los Angeles County and nearly 2,000 in Claremont alone, the City to provide more than just patriotic support to these noble ladies and gentlemen.

ATTENTION TO OUR VETERANS Abraham Lincoln said, “Honor to the soldier and sailor everywhere, who bravely bears his country’s cause. Honor, also, to the citizen who cares for his brother in the field and serves, as best he can, the same cause.”

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BODIES IN MOTION The saying goes, “Bodies in motion, stay in motion,” and the community in and around Claremont provides so many opportunities to prove Proximityit!  to the magnificent San Gabriel Mountains puts fabulous mountain biking, hiking, fishing and more just a short drive away. Or, if you like to balance your fitness discipline with the comradery of a shared community, Vino & Vinyasa at Casa 425 invites participants to enjoy a free yoga session followed by a happy/relaxation hour with the Claremont Yoga family the first Sunday of every month. Yoga on Tap is held the 4th Sunday of the month at Claremont Craft Ales. Breathe in, breathe out and then “nama-STAY” for a beverage! For the athletically minded who prefer to work up a sweat indoors, Performance Athletic Center on Monte Vista Avenue offers activities from baseball and softball to beach volleyball and futsal. Personal training, weight loss programs, athletic performance development and more are all offered with a personalized touch. Find Claremont Club, Claremont’s local resort and active and health-minded community that strengthens relationships and muscles! No matter how you like to get your heart pumping, there’s no end to the possibilities in the Claremont community.  asana-based Yoga and fitness classes at MPower Yoga Claremont. Ryan and Taylor Bentson’s Team Zero Gravity Fitness offers spectacular guidance in bodybuilding andOnfitness.Monte Vista Ave, you’ll find The THECLAREMONTGUIDE.COM

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42 I CLAREMONT I 2020/2021 DESTINATION GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY QUICKFACTS7 Universities in Claremont. 5 under graduate colleges and 2 graduate colleges Highest Level of Edu cation (% of Population 25 Years and Older) 10.2% High School Graduate   20.1% Some College (less than 4 years)   6.4% Associate Degree   24.2% Bachelor’s Degree   32.6% Graduate or Professional Degree

EDUCATI ON Claremont McKenna College

The Claremont Colleges (known col loquially as the 7Cs) are a consortium of seven highly selective private institutions of higher education located in Claremont. They comprise five undergraduate colleges (the 5Cs): Pomona College, Scripps Col lege, Claremont McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, and Pitzer College; and two graduate schools: Claremont Graduate University and Keck Graduate Institute. All of the members except KGI have adjoining campuses that together cover roughly one square mile. Visitors may enjoy a leisurely walk through the tree-filled campuses, where one can encounter architect designed buildings ranging from the 1880s to contemporary designs. Art, sculpture and murals abound in hidden gardens and courtyards. Renowned architects practiced in Claremont, and many designed master plans for entire campuses and individual buildings located throughout America. The Scripps College campus, often called the nation’s most beautiful, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was designed by Gordon Kauff man, who also designed the Los Angeles Times Build “Walking designs.”tofrombuildingsarchitectmaycampuses,tree-filledthroughvisitorsencounterdesignedrangingthe1880scontemporary

Today, the consortium has roughly 9,000 students and 3,800 faculty and staff and offers ing, Greystone Mansion and Hoover Dam, among other works. The imposing Bridges Auditorium and the beautiful Mabel Shaw Bridges Hall of Music, on the Pomona Col lege Campus, were designed by Pasadena architect Myron Hunt, also known for the Huntington Hotel and Huntington Library.

around a library and other utilities which they would use in common. In this way I should hope to preserve the inestimable personal values of the small college while securing the facilities of the great university.”

The consortium of colleges was founded in 1925 by Pomona College President James A. Blaisdell, who proposed a collegiate university design inspired by Oxford University. He sought to provide the spe cialization, flexibility, and personal attention commonly found in small colleges, but with the resources of a large university. In 1923, Blaisdell said, “My own very deep hope is that instead of one great, undifferentiated university, we might have a group of institutions divided into small colleges — somewhat of an Oxford type — The local,ClaremontWalkingtours,guidedwalkingClaremontToeducation,throughofandarchitectural,celebrateadvance,carrycitizensformedorganizationHeritagegroups.toursandcampuseswalkingHeritage,organization,preservationClaremontoffers2½hourtoursoftheeveryquartercanorganizespecialuponrequestforClaremontisanon-profitthatwasin1976byofClaremonttooutamissiontopreserveandthehistoricnaturalculturalresourcesourcommunitycollaboration,andadvocacy.inquireaboutTheCollegestourandotherandself-guidedincludingaVillageTour,contactHeritageator909.621.0848.



CLAREMONTCHAMBER.ORG I 45 more than 2,000 courses every semester. The colleges share a central library, campus safety services, and other resources. Among the undergraduate schools, there is significant social interaction and academic cross-reg istration, but each college still maintains a distinct identity.

THE FIVE COLLEGESUNDERGRADUATE Pomona College (founded 1887) , a small, coeducational, liberal arts college that offers majors in humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Pomona College is the founding member of the Claremont Colleges. Scripps College (founded 1926) , a small, liberal arts women’s college, which offers 65 majors in both the sciences and humanities.



Claremont McKenna College (found ed 1946), a small, coeducational, liberal arts college that specializes in econom ics, political science, international relations, and public policy. It also maintains a broad set of majors in the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities. Claremont McK enna College is also home to the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance, which offers both an undergraduate program and a master’s program in finance.

PayScale’s most recent College Return on Investment Report. Pitzer College (founded 1963) , a small, coeducational, liberal arts col lege noted for its core values of Social Responsibility, Intercultural Understand ing, Interdisciplinary Learning, Student Engagement and Environmental Sustain ability. Pitzer is part of the SAT optional movement among liberal arts colleges.

The Claremont Colleges are consistently ranked among the top 50 colleges in the nation. In 2021, Pomona College garnered the #19 spot in the Forbes top-50 ranking of colleges, and Claremont McKenna College #46. In the 2021 US News and World Report rankings for National Liberal Arts Colleges, Pomona College took the #4 ranking, with Claremont McKenna at #8, Harvey Mudd at #28, Scripps College at #30 and Pitzer College at #35. Harvey



Harvey Mudd College (founded 1955), a small, coeducational college theirreergraduatesHarvardly2021-2022Harveythesciences, butscience,in engineering, mathematics, computerspecializingandthe physical and biologicalalsoincludescourseworkinhumanitiesandsocialsciences.Muddwasranked#2inPayScale’sCollegeSalaryReport,justslightbehindMITandout-rankingCaltech,andStanford,whereHarveyMuddhavethesecondhighestmid-casalarieswithabachelor’sdegreeasfinaldegree.Italsoranked#2in Mudd ranked Graduate University ranked at #76.

Claremont Graduate University (founded 1925), awards master’s and doctoral degrees in over 100 es, management/executivesciences, behavioral & organizationaldisciplines: arts, humanities, socialsciencmanagement,


#2 in Best Engineering Schools for 2022. Among Best Education Schools, Claremont

Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences (founded 1997), a biomedical grad uate school offers 10 professional Master of Bioscience (MBS) degrees and three PhD degrees in Applied Life Science for MBS grad uates. It also offers a Postdoctoral Professional Masters (PPM) and a joint PhD program in computational biology with Claremont Graduate University. The Keck Graduate Institute School of Pharmacy opened in 2014 offering a four-year Doctor of Pharmacy degree (Pharm.D.). Keck Graduate Institute also sponsors a four-year undergraduate program in collaboration with the Minerva Project, termed Minerva Schools at KGI, though students are not physically present on the Claremont Colleges campuses. Additionally, Claremont Lincoln Univer sity is in Claremont but is not a member of the Claremont Colleges. Claremont Lincoln University (founded 2011) is an online, socially conscious grad uate school that offers master’s degrees in 13 areas, ranging from Sustainability Lead ership to Social Impact to Organizational Leadership, with concentrations in Ethics, Healthcare, Civic Engagement, Higher Education, Human Resources, Professional Studies and Tech Management. Bridges Hall of Music THECLAREMONTGUIDE.COM


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As a business owner, you have enough on your mind without having to worry about your insurance needs. You want to have the confidence that the business you’ve built is covered by a company that understands your business insurance needs. We suggest consulting with a licensed and experienced agency as you build the budget. Explore whether you will need extra coverage such as terrorism coverage, special event policies, cyber insurance, and earthquake coverage. Protect your business as if it was your home. You want to make sure your business is in compliance with the law. You will need to learn the legal steps you need to take to hire employees. Make sure that you are not hiring the wrong employees for your business. Recent California laws require you to carefully consider if a worker should be classified as an employee or an independent contractor. For current wage requirements visit

CLAREMONTCHAMBER.ORG I 49 03STEP 04STEP 11STEP 07STEP 08STEP CONSULT WITH PROFESSIONALSINDUSTRY CHOOSE LOBUSINESSACATION GET A TAX NUMBERI.D.COINSURANCEOBTAINVERAGEREGISTER A BUSINESS NAME (“DOING BUSINESS AS”) The Claremont Chamber of Commerce o ers a number of events, workshops and networking activities to provide resources and advice for your new business, expansion or relocating a business. The Chamber also o ers free counseling by SCORE consultants. More information is available at the Chamber o ce or by calling Register909-624-1681yourbusiness name with your state government. Choose your business name to ensure that the name is not currently being used or that no one can use it later. If the name you choose for your business is anything other than your own legal surname, California State law requires you to file a fictitious name statement to ensure that the public knows with whom they are conducting business. Contact the Claremont Courier at 909-621-4761 or any local newspaper to complete this process. You must have proof of this filing when submitting your Business License Application. Visit to check if your chosen business name is avilable Identify vacant commercial spaces for lease. The City might not allow your use in certain locations and/or buildings, so check with the City’s Planning Division before signing a lease. Visit the City’s Planning Division to confirm that:

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12STEPRESPONSIBILITIESEMPLUNDERSTANDOYER IN CLAREMONT plan, prepare and manage your business. The Claremont Chamber of Commerce is here to help you strategize, plan, and navigate the many challenges of opening a business.


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by John Neiuber 1922. Warren G. Harding is President. In February, the first issue of the Reader’s Digest is published. The British Broadcasting Company (BBC) is established. The Supreme Court denies a challenge to the 19th Amendment, securing women the right to vote. In the Bronx, construction begins on Yankee Stadium and in Washington, D.C., the Lincoln Memorial is dedicated. The Hollywood Bowl opens. Gandhi is sentenced to prison. The California grizzly bear is hunted to extinction. The first automated telephone service begins in New York City. The first successful insulin treatment is given in Canada. T.S. Eliot publishes “The Wasteland.” Rebecca Felton becomes the first female senator in the U.S. for the state of Georgia. The Soviet Union is formed. It is the Roaring 20s. All over the world, all over the country changes are in the works. Milestones are attained that will mark the advances in society and provide historic context for the future. Those cited above will have profound

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The Chamber offices would eventually become part of City Hall under an agreement between the Chamber and the City. Today, the building serves as the City Manager’s office and the posts have been remodeled into arches. of Claremont 1930 of Claremont Claremont Claremont 3.5 Square Claremont has been a winner of National Arbor Day Association’s Tree City USA award Most likely, Claremont was named for Claremont, New Hampshire, when it was founded in 1887.

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The citrus industry was a major driving force of the Claremont economy from the 1890s through the 1950s.

Founded in 1908, the year after the City was incorporated, the Claremont Board of Trade was established via the Town Meeting process. The Board of Trade acted in much the same manner as a chamber and was responsible for the first city plan. Prior to the Board, committees on stores and the downtown commercial area were established through the same process. In retrospect, the Chamber of Commerce could rightfully claim to be celebrating its 114th year. Recent research of the Chamber’s archives reveal that the Board of Trade had actually decided to change its name to the Claremont Chamber of Commerce in 1920

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but did not officially become a chamber until it incorporated in 1922 as part of a campaign by the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce to help smaller communities establish their own affiliated organizations. By whatever name and anniversary, 114, 102 or 100, the Chamber has played a major role in the civic, economic and social growth of the City. The initial meeting of the Chamber was held in May and the organizational meeting on June 7, 1922, with George Griswold serving as president. The first year was rocky as the selection of a permanent secretary became problematic. Dr. H.E. Robbins agreed to serve until the opening of the college academic year in September. Summerfield McCartney was then hired, but he was only in the office a couple of months when George Cree consented to take the position. Due to illness, Cree had to resign and W.O. Hollister was retained as permanent secretary in January 1923. But he occupied the office only until August 1923. Hollister’s tenure was criticized by the merchants for the high fees for membership. In addition to the yearly dues of $12, sup plemental fees were charged. A real estate effects across disciplines and in history. In the “small pond” that was Claremont, the milestones may have created fewer ripples than the big splashes made in the vast ocean of U.S. and world history, but in the spirt of everything being relative, they were no less important to the small community. Things were evolving in Claremont.


In 1924, Chamberthetook over where the Board of Trade left off and established the first


At every meeting someone exclaims when he learns I am Claremont that our work is being watched with care and interest. ‘It is only natural for a college town to take the lead in civic government,’ said a man from Riverside. ‘We are watching your work, especially in planning, with much interest because you are beginning while the town is small.”

Leila Ackerman assumed the position of Secretary, what today would be the Execu tive Director, of the Claremont Chamber in 1923 and would serve in that capacity for the next 21 years, retiring in 1944. Ackerman was a tireless promoter of not only local businesses and merchants, the Colleges and the citrus industry, but the City itself and civic issues. Below the let terhead on Chamber correspondence was a summation of the Chamber mission, “A Community Clearing House for Business and Civic Improvement and Information.”

Under Leila Ackerman’s leadership, the broker and a garage proprietor paid an additional $120, a lumber yard paid $100, a bank paid $240 and a grocery store paid $80. The extra charges were abandoned when the Chamber reorganized in late 1923, and Leila Ackerman was hired. In 1924, the Chamber took over where the Board of Trade left off and established the first planning commission to create a civic improvement plan, specifically a civic center. This action was prompted by the passage of a bond issue for a new fire station, which raised questions about its location and design. The Chamber pledged $500 for the development of an artistic plan. Meetings of local citizens were arranged to discuss subdivision regulations, city landscaping, paved streets and the location of business, industry and residences.Afrontpage story titled “City Planning Commission Aims to Beautify Claremont” in the Claremont Courier of October 2, 1924, reported that “Finding later that its mission was intimately involved with the functions of the city trustees, that body later adopted the commission and by the passage of an ordinance, perhaps at the trustees’ meeting tonight, will give it offi cial status.”

In February of 1925, the City Board of Trustees passed an ordinance establishing a city planning commission and appointed five official members. Cla remont, with only 2,000 residents, became only the sixteenth city in California to have a Planning Commission. As the commission was being developed, meetings were held by architect and city planner David Allison to discuss the pos sibility of designing compatible civic and residential buildings. The community was responding to the same forces that had created the “City Beautiful” movement that was prevalent throughout the United States at that time. City planning, rather than hap

CLAREMONTCHAMBER.ORG I 53 hazard development, was the driving force behind the establishment of the planning commission and the discussion of how the city’s buildings should be designed. The Courier recognized the motivation for the movement in Claremont: “There are towns that are pleasing. They didn’t grow so by chance. Behind it all there was directing and designing intelligence. Other towns are not so pleasing in appearance; some are positively ugly. But in Claremont, we have a natural setting and a fine beginning for a city Ackerman,beautiful.”long-time secretary of the Chamber and member of the Chamber’s planning committee, reported in a 1925 Courier“’Whatarticle:Oxford thinks, today, England thinks tomorrow’ is being paraphrased by citizens of numerous Southern Califor nia cities, into “What Claremont is doing today, California will be doing tomorrow.’

The citrus industry was a major driving force of the Claremont economy from the 1890s through the 1950s.

the old building were changed to arches to complement the new design. This building was home to the Chamber until 1975, when City Hall was remodeled and the building was occupied by the city manager’s offices.

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In 1948, the City Hall was built around the Chamber and the posts of the old building were changed to arches to complement the new design.

The Chamber moved into the police offices on Second Street when the police station was completed on Bonita Avenue. The chamber remained in the offices until the mid- 1990s, when the expansion and ren ovation of City Hall caused the Chamber to Inrelocate.theearly years, the Chamber was involved in many projects for the better ment of the community. The Chamber was able to secure systematic garbage col lection and took the lead in promoting a bond issue to pay for street paving. It also became involved in flood control issues, meeting and corresponding with the Los Angeles County Flood Control District.

The Chamber worked with the U.S. Postal Service to establish a post office and expand mail delivery throughout the City. The Chamber led the way in initial zoning efforts and standards for residential and commercial construction and spearheaded the development of the city sewage system. It supported the construction of the library and the establishment of parks. The early Fourth of July and Christmas programs were sponsored by the Chamber. Before government agencies were responsible for such things, the distribution of items to families in need throughout the year, including special gift baskets at Thanksgiving and Christmas, were accomplished by the Chamber. The Chamber also served as an employment agency for both workers and employers, worked closely with the Red Cross and operated as a general welfare center, coordinating the work of all the local agencies through its Claremont Welfare Council.TheChamber also served as the location for the unemployed to register, which became a major function during the Depression. The Depression did not hit Claremont hard until 1933 and the Chamber not only promoted local businesses but advocated for local workers as well. At the urging of the Mexican American community during the Depression, the Chamber advocated for the packing houses to hire Claremont residents rather than bringing in laborers from outside. During the 1920s the Cham ber had also urged local businesses to hire Chamber of Commerce joined the “City Beautiful” movement in the 1920s. Teaming with renowned landscape architect, Ralph Cornell, the Chamber hired him to create the landscape for the new civic center that the Chamber had helped to design. The Chamber also “loaned out” Cornell to homeowners free of charge for the planning of their landscape. The Chamber worked with the City to develop the plans for the civic center and the newly appointed Planning Commis sion’s first order of business was to finalize those plans. The first part of the new civic center would be on Second Street and would include a first floor fire and police station and second floor city hall. The land was purchased in 1923, the bond issue passed in April 1924, construction began in June 1925, and the building opened on November 30, 1925. Given the close relationship between the Chamber and the city, the Chamber of Commerce building was constructed on the northwest corner of Second Street and Harvard Avenue in 1930. The building was part of the civic center plan created by David Allison and Charles Cheney in the mid-1920s. In 1948, the City Hall was built around the Chamber and the posts of From early in the 1890s through the 1950s, the citrus industry flourished in Claremont. In fact, the first citrus association in California was formed in Claremont in 1893 and their first shipment of oranges, about 2000 boxes, was packed on the platform of the Santa Fe Station.


1941 aerial view of Claremont. The three decades after WWII would bring big changes to the City.

In the 1930s, the Chamber conducted a survey of residents in order to prioritize its advocacy efforts. Four categories, Public Improvement Projects, Special Projects, Restrictions and Regulations, and Your Further Suggestions. Many favored the widening of Yale Avenue and adding more streetlights, stop signs and pedestrian zones. Parks and the addition of a swimming pool were also favored along with limited Mexican American workers from within the community. The Chamber spearheaded the efforts to help the unemployed and homeless living in the Claremont transient camp by providing food, clothing and other necessities.Inabrief promotional history of Cla remont that Ackerman penned in 1929, she noted that “Hand in hand with the development of the city and the college has been the development of the great citrus industry.” In 1923, at her urging, the Chamber voted to join the Los Angeles County Fair Association. Over the next several years, the Chamber in conjunction with the assistance of the City and Pomona College would construct displays at the Fair to promote Claremont. Ackerman was usually the designer of the displays which earned awards year after year.

An active and involved Board of Directors made up of local business and civic leaders has always been a hallmark of the Claremont Chamber. Shown is a board meeting from 1971. The woman pictured is the Chamber Executive Director, Karen Anthony.

The Committee worked for over a year and its recommendations laid the groundwork for planning decisions that still inform the city today. Each member of the exec utive committee chaired a subcommittee that addressed areas such as the business district, finance, zoning ordinances, street trees, fire and police facilities, street main tenance, school district planning and parks. Additional recommendations included a professional rather than volunteer fire department, a city-manager form of gov ernment, designation of street trees for specific streets, creation of a parkways and streets commission, creation of a parks and recreation commission, tightening of zoning ordinances, and a proposal for a memorial park to honor Claremont’s war dead. A bond issue to establish the park in November 1945 lost by 55 votes, the committee redoubled its efforts and the bond passed in April 1946 and Memorial Park was Pressureestablished.forresidential development of land caused the decline of the citrus industry and much of Claremont above Foothill and below the Village was converted to housing. The completion of the San Bernardino Freeway in 1954 made it possible for people not connected with the citrus industry or the colleges to live in Claremont. Changes in wholesale and retail business models eventually saw many local stores that once supplied the citrus industry and the colleges in Claremont not able to compete.

One of the main strengths of Clare mont is its sense of community, largely due to the preservation of the Village, which once encompassed only the original town center. Chamber leadership responded to the changes in the economy and in 1959 undertook a campaign to capitalize on the Sunday mail and telegram distribution. The formation of a central welfare committee was supported. Respondents also wanted owners to take care of vacant lots, regulations for dog vaccinations and licenses, limits on livestock in residential areas, and the railroad to limit train whistling. As time passed, organizations such as the Chamber, gradually reduced their overall community outreach as local, county, state and federal agencies took over functions. The City assumed the responsibilities for things such as roads, city trees, sewage system, zoning, building codes and refuse collection. The County developed the library system, flood control and social services. The State developed the highway system, the water delivery system and, along with the County and Federal government, man aged flood control. Today, the Claremont Chamber, like most local chambers are more involved in local and regional business issues, although the Chamber provides input on County, State and Federal legis lation and regulations affecting businesses andThroughemployees.the 1930s, 1940s and into the 1950s, the citrus industry and the colleges remained the major driving forces of the local economy. World War II saw the Chamber, in conjunction with other civic

56 I CLAREMONT I 2022/23 DESTINATION GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY I @claremontchamber F @claremontchamber L@claremontcoc groups, focus their attention on the war effort and relief. There were local Victory Gardens, drives for War Bonds and campaign for War Relief Agencies. Each town had a Red Cross War Fund quota. Claremont collected $13,296, or 139% of its $9,600 quota. Five tons of clothing were donated to the United National Clothing collection and a total of $548,481 in War Bonds were sold in Claremont. The period after WWII was a watershed for much of California and specifically Southern California. Change was coming and the Chamber leadership knew that meeting the challenges ahead required action. The most significant influence on Claremont’s growth after World War II was the establish ment of the Postwar Planning Committee by the Chamber. Created in August 1944, and often called the “Committee of One Hundred,” it started with between 50 and 60 members and grew to 77. The Chamber outlined its functions: “ . . . evolving projects for betterment of Claremont calling upon local organizations and individuals to aid in forwarding them, cooperating with city council and planning commission in matters that will be for civic good and working for welfare of the citizenry.”

After being located at City Hall for many years, the Chamber moved to Indian Hill in 1980, and later moved back to the Village.

Just as changing the name of the business district to Village did not spell out the demise of the City, the expansion of the Village west of Indian Hill did not doom the historic east Village. Instead, it thrived and attracted new businesses and customers.

Businesses on Alexander Avenue (now Indian Hill) objected. Albert Scott, who owned business property on Alexander, represented the viewpoint in a letter to the Chamber. He used the definition of village from Webster’s Dictionary to point out that a “village” was much smaller than a town or city, but larger than a hamlet. He also listed the definition of village as a “collection of burrows or habitations of animals; as, a prairie-dog or beaver village.” He predicted that using the word village would bring the demise of the Village and the Chamber: “Because if the Central Business District ever becomes a ‘village” in fact as well as in name you won’t need a Claremont Chamber of Commerce.” He went on to write that “Over here on Alex ander we have unpainted electric poles, railroad tracks, gas stations and used car lot, etc; we have no burrows, prairie-dogs, beavers, villas, country houses or farms.”

Today the Chamber remains strong with nearly 500 members and continues its tradition of


A special thank you to Claremont Heritage, Claremont Courier and John Neiuber for providing the stories and photos that made this anniversary edition possible.


The Chamber began its marketing of the uniqueness of Claremont in 1959 and that identity thrives today. In conjunction with the hospitality indus try and the City, the Chamber worked to establish the Business Improvement District in 2009. The taxes collected by the hotels established Discover Claremont that markets the City and has made Claremont a regional tourist destination. Discover Claremont advertises in various media and places stories in magazines and newspapers promoting the City. The Chamber also operates as the Visitors and Convention Bureau. The Chamber on average fields over 8,000 phone calls, assists over 6,400 walk-ins, distributes over 21,000 brochures and has over 89,000 page views on its website. Over the years the Chamber has sup ported and advocated for legislation that promotes a healthy community and business environment. It supported the redevel opment of Auto Center Drive, the Village Expansion and the current Village South development. It worked with the City and businesses during the 2007 Recession and during the recent pandemic to support and advocate for financial assistance programs and amenities such as parklets.

Today the Chamber remains strong with nearly 500 members and continues its tradition of community involvement and remains steadfast to its historical begin nings: “. . . to provide strong leadership in serving the interest of business, promote the inter-relationship between business and community, and encourage business participation with civic and educational organizations and programs within the Claremont area.” uniqueness of the city’s core. The Village was not always the Village—it was more commonly called the Central Business Dis trict from the 1890s through the 1950s. The Chamber launched a campaign to establish the downtown as the Village in 1959. The campaign, with the cooperation of city officials, sought to enlist all businesses to refer to the downtown area as the Village. As with any change, the campaign met some opposition.

The Claremont Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit 501 (c) (6) organization formed to represent business interests within the community. The volunteer membership invests time and money to develop programs that are relevant to members’ needs and the benefit of the local community. Like many early California settlements, Claremont’s first form of government was the Town Meeting. Although it had no legal sanction under California law, a constitution for the Claremont Town meeting was adopted early in the history of the town. The Town Meeting had committees on stores and the downtown commercial area, but it wasn’t until December, 1908, that an association was organized with the establishment of the Claremont Board of Trade. The Board of Trade was responsible for the first City Plan and enjoyed the same status as a chamber of commerce for several years. In 1922, the Claremont Chamber of Commerce was organized after a campaign by the Los Angeles Chamber. The Chamber’s first President was George Griswold. CONVENER. CHAMPION.

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Chamber of Commerce - Serving the Claremont Community

Since 1922, the Claremont Chamber of Commerce has been playing a major leadership role in shaping the economic and social growth of the city by encour aging residents and visitors to do business locally. Today, over 475 businesses and individual members continue that tradition of community commitment. Through the years, the Chamber has developed unique and innovative partner ships between the city’s businesses, civic and residential communities, all designed to develop and maintain a strong, safe and viable city. The Chamber also coordinates several of Claremont’s major community events and recognizes the outstanding achieve ments in business by presenting annual prestigious awards. With a comprehensive range of member ship benefits as well as its commitment to the community, the Claremont Chamber of Commerce has built a reputation for excellence and achievement and will con tinue its leadership role in the years ahead.



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KIWANIS CLUB OF CLAREMONT Pat Lee (909) 212-5911 414 Yale Ave., Ste. A Claremont, CA www.claremontkiwanis.org91711 LIFTBWA Andrea Roseli (626) 926-6015 1822 E. Route 66, A #410 Glendora, CA www.liftbwa.org91740 MCKINLEY CHILDREN’S CENTER Cynthia Reyes (909) 599-1227 180 E. Via Verde, Ste. 200 San Dimas, CA 91773 MIDDLE TREE Joseph Atman (909) 293-9560 250 W. 1st St., #330 Claremont, CA www.middletree.org91711 MOUNTAIN VIEW REPUBLICAN CLUB Deborah Scott Toux (909) 305-3717 PO Box Claremont,1536CA www.mountainviewrepublicans.com91711 OPARC Stacy Proctor (909) 985-3116 X111 9029 Vernon Ave. Montclair, CA www.oparc.org91763 PARENTS ANONYMOUS INC Dr Lisa Pion-Berlin (909) 575-4211 250 W. First St., Ste. 250 Claremont, CA www.paarentsanonymous.org91711 POMONA PRIDE CENTER Frank Guzman (909) 326-0482 386 S. Thomas St. Pomona, CA www.pomonapridecenter.org91766 PROJECT SISTER FAMILY SERVICES Julie Boynton (909) 623-1619 PO Box www.projectsister.orgPomona,1369CA91769 SANCTUARY CLAREMONT DBA SANCTUARY COFFEE Steve Gerali, (847) 707-0826 863 W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont, CA www.sanctuaryclaremont.com91711 See our ad page 29 SERVICE CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIFE Larry Grable (909) 621-6722 107 S. Spring St. Claremont, CA www.scil-ilc.org91711 SHE STORIES Ehmandah www.shestories.coRamsey SHOES THAT FIT Amy Fass (909) 482-0050 1420 N. Claremont Blvd., Ste. 204A Claremont, CA www.shoesthatfit.org91711-3400 SUSTAINABLE CLAREMONT Stuart Wood (909) 625-8767 x 238 1500 N. College Ave. Claremont, CA www.sustainableclaremont.org91711 THE ROTARY CLUB OF CLAREMONT Cameron Troxell (909) 938-2182 PO Box Claremont,357CA www.claremontrotary.org91711 TRINITY YOUTH SERVICES Cher Ofstedahl (909) 825-5588 201 N Indian Hill Blvd Ste A-201 Claremont, CA 91711 See our ad page 60 VNA HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE CARE OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Marsha Fox (909) 624-3574 WEST END AUXILIARY OF CHILDREN’S FUND Sherry Hughes (909) 626-4044 PO Box Claremont,134CA www.childrensfundonline.org91711-3309 WOMAN’S CLUB OF CLAREMONT Briana Miller (909) 621-7064 343 W. 12th St. Claremont, CA 91711 NURSERY - WHOLESALE / RETAIL COREY NURSERY CO., INC. Jeff Corey (909) 621-6886 1650 Monte Vista Ave. Claremont, CA 91711 OPTOMETRISTCLAREMONT OPTOMETRY 909-625-7861 | Accuracy, Integrity, Technology. For 50 years, Claremont Optometry has been providing exceptional eyecare experiences. Visit our website and request an appointment online at We accept vision plans, PPO’s and Medicare. 695 W. Foothill Blvd., Claremont, CA 91711 See our ad page 39 OPTOMETRIC VISION CENTER OF CLAREMONT Anna M. Torres, O.D. (909) 621-0057 1420 N. Claremont Blvd., Ste. 209B Claremont, CA www.visioncenterofclaremont.com91711

FOOTHILL AIDS PROJECT Maritza Tona (909) 482-2066 678 S. Indian Hill Blvd., Ste. 200 Claremont, CA 91711

INLAND EMPIRE UNITED WAY Serena Chapman (909) 980-2857 9644 Hermosa Ave. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

CLAREMONTCHAMBER.ORG I 67 CROSSROADS, INC. Sr. Terry Dodge (909) 626-7847 PO Box Claremont,15 CA www.crossroadswomen.org91711


DIGNITY GROUP Marlene Fulfer (909) 986-2420 1055 N. Euclid Ontario, CA www.dignitygroup.org91762

Providing critical resources, housing & hope to families experiencing homelessness CA www.leroyhaynes.org91750

68 I CLAREMONT I 2022/23 DESTINATION GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY I @claremontchamber F @claremontchamber L@claremontcoc ORGANIZATIONS CHINO BASIN WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT Elizabeth Skrzat (606) 626-2711 4594 San Bernardino St. Montclair, CA 91763 CLAREMONT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Randy Lopez (909) 624-1681 205 Yale Claremont,Ave.CA www.claremontchamber.org917 SAN GABRIEL VALLEY ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP (626) 856-3400 4900 Rivergrade Rd., Ste. B130 Irwindale, CA www.sgvpartnership.org91706-1457 PAYROLL SERVICE PAYMINTZ PROCESSING AND PAYROLL Matt Zertuche ................................................(310) 770-7478 268 Alfred Dr. Claremont, CA 91711 SOUTHLAND DATA PROCESSING Michael Reis (909) 946-2032 1317 W. Foothill Blvd., # 222 Upland, CA www.sdppayroll.com91786 PERFORMING ARTS CLAREMONT COMMUNITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC Laura Condino (909) 624-3012 951 W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont, CA www.claremontmusic.org91711-3304 CLAREMONT SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION Cecilia Cloughly (909) 596-5979 PO Box Claremont,698CA www.claremontso.org91711 CLAREMONT YOUNG MUSICIANS ORCHESTRA Janet Samuel (909) 624-9553 PO Box Claremont,722CA 91711 INLAND PACIFIC BALLET Zaylin Cano (909) 482-1590 9061 Central Ave. Montclair, CA www.ipballet.org91763 INLAND VALLEY REPERTORY THEATRE, INC. Donna Marie Minano (909) 859-4878 PO Box 7743 La Verne, CA 91750 KAROUSEL KIDS INC. Alisa Allen Currier (909) 626-5437 1096 Loop Branch Claremont, CA www.karouselkids.org91711 OPHELIA’S JUMP PRODUCTIONS Beatrice Casagran (909) 734-6565 2009 Porterfield Wy., Ste. H Upland, CA www.opheliasjump.org91786 PERSONAL TRAINING BUMBLE FITNESS CORPORATION DBA THE EXERCISE COACH Jennifer Smith (626) 434-0975 578 E. www.exercisecoach.comClaremont,BaselineCA91711 PEST CONTROL SERVICE QUALITY COMMERCIAL PEST CONTROL Chuck McDonald (877) 238-3313 10700 Jersey Blvd., #190 Rancho Cucamonga, CA www.qualitycommercialpestcontrol.com91730 R & D PEST SERVICES, INC. Jill Fox (909) 949-4323 9320 Santa Anita Ave., Ste. 105 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 PET SERVICES ARROW DOG & CAT HOSPITAL Nichole Weinstein (909) 946-3211 5405 Arrow Hwy. Montclair, CA www.arrowdogcat.com91763 PHARMACY HENDRICKS PHARMACY Dr. Brian Garner (909) 624-1611 137 Harvard Ave. Claremont, CA www.hendrickspharmacy.com91711 See our ad page 41 PHOTOGRAPHY ESPHOTO Edward Simms (702) 717-4337 149 Princeton Ave. Claremont, CA www.EdwardSimms.com91711-4839 SONJA STUMP PHOTOGRAPHY Sonja Stump (909) 626-1147 135 W. First St. Claremont, CA PHYSICAL THERAPY THE BODY CENTER PHYSICAL THERAPY AND PILATES Jeffrey Fairley (909) 621-0447 224 N. Indian Hill Blvd. Claremont, CA www.bodycenterpt.com91711 WALTERS & ASSOC. PHYS. THERAPY Priscilla Walters (909) 518-6111 4053 Olive Point Pl. Claremont, CA 91711 PHYSICIAN KLARITY KETAMINE CLINIC OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Devin Tang (410) 627-4768 510 N. 13th Ave., Ste. 104 Upland, CA www.klarityclinic.com91786 PLUMBING KLAUS & SONS PLUMBING- HEATING- AIR -REMODEL Dan Pikschus (909) 982-5698 5623 Arrow Hwy. Montclair, CA klausandsons.com91763 PRINTERS CLAREMONT PRINT 909-624-4615 Fax: 108 Olive St.,Claremont, CA 91711 See our ad page 68 PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS ACTION AWARDS Ed Hale (909) 982-3172 8900 Benson Ave., Unit A Montclair, CA www.actionawardsinc.com91763 www.cla r emon t prin t .co m 108 Ol iv e St r ee t 909.624.461 5 Cla r emont, CA 9171 1 info @ cla r e m ontprint. c o m

J. N. COULAS & ASSOCIATES-PROMOTIONAL ADVERTISING Nikki Coulas (714) 803-2825 188 Sunflower Pl. Claremont, CA

REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT/MGMT ARTECO PARTNERS Teryn Henderson (909) 629-5359 281 S. Thomas St., Ste. 504 Pomona, CA www.artecopartners.com91766

Von Karman Ave., #110 Newport Beach, CA www.villagepartners.com92660 REALTOR BRIANNA MILLER Brianna Miller (909) 331-0107 1030 E. Route 66 Glendora, CA briannamiller.c21.com91740 CAL AMERICAN HOMES Jessie Rodriguez (909) 206-0001 2065 N. Indian Hill Blvd. Claremont, CA calamericanhomes.com91711 CARLOS & PAT SAMUELSON, REALTY ONE GROUP WEST Carlos Samuelson (909) 214-1002 10681 E. Foothill Blvd., Ste. 100 Rancho Cucamonga, CA carlosandpatrealestate.com91730 CINDY RAINEY REAL ESTATE Cindy Rainey (626) 485-7270 150 Marywood Ave. Claremont, CA cindyrainey.com91711 COLDWELL BANKER TOWN & COUNTRY Paul Lazo (909) 621-6761 250 W. First St., Ste. 100 Claremont, CA cbtownandcountry.com91711 COMPASS BROKERAGE (626) 482-7917 42 S. Pasadena Ave. Pasadena, CA ELEMENT REAL ESTATE / THE COSTANTINO GROUP Dennis Costantino (909) 224-1406 405 W. Foothill Blvd., #203 Claremont, CA www.LiveLoveTheFoothills.com91711 GEOFF HAMILL, WHEELER STEFFEN SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY (909) 621-0500 500 W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont, CA www.geoffhamill.com91711 See our ad Inside Front Cover JOE PORRECA, WHEELER STEFFEN SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY Joe Porreca (909) 447-7712 500 W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont, CA See our ad Inside Front Cover LAURA DANDOY, RE/MAX RESOURCES Laura Dandoy (909) 398-1810 101 N. Indian Hill Blvd., C1-208 Claremont,

QUACKENBOS-BELL COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE Nick Quackenbos ...........................................(909) 624-1313 300 W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont, CA 91711

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE CRESCENT TREE CORP Jeannette Navarro (310) 420-3981 RESOURCES John Dandoy (909) 398-1166 101 N. Indian Hill Blvd., Ste. C1-208 Claremont, CA thehomeresource.com91711

CLAREMONT VILLAGE SQUARE Jonathan Tolkin (626) 535-0318 51 W. Dayton St., #200 Pasadena, CA www.squarevillage.com91105


TRUMARK HOMES Eric Nelson (949) 510-2070 450 Newport Center Dr., Ste. 300 Newport Beach, CA 92660

PAUL STEFFEN, WHEELER STEFFEN SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY Paul Steffen (909) 624-1617 500 W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont,

WOMEN RISE PSYCHOLOGICAL AND WELLNESS CENTER Janiel Henry (909) 294-7012 250 W. First St., Ste. 314 Claremont, CA www.womenrisepsychandwellness.com91711

CA 91711-3401 See our ad Inside Front Cover RYAN ZIMMERMAN, WHEELER STEFFEN SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY Ryan Zimmerman (909) 447-7707 500 W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont, CA www.rrzimmerman.com91711 See our ad Inside Front Cover SALLY TORNERO, WHEELER STEFFEN SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY Sally Tornero..................................................(909) 455-3203 500 W. Foothill Blvd Claremont, CA www.sallytornero.com91711 See our ad Inside Front Cover SHERRY MARIE CASAS, REALTOR WITH RE/MAX RESOURCES Sherry Casas (909) 630-9678 101 N. Indian Hill Blvd., Ste. C1-208 Claremont, CA sherrymcasas.remax.com91711

HUFF PROPERTIES William J. Huff (909) 982-2881 PO Box 542 Upland, CA 91785

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SMART PROPERTY SERVICES, INC. Stacey Caponigro (909) 626-0395 408 W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont, CA www.spsipm.com91711

THE RENKEN COMPANY John Renken (909) 482-1060 492 W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont, CA www.renkenco.com91711


ALEXIS TARROS, QUACKENBOS - BELL COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE Alexis Tarros (909) 624-1313 675 W. Foothill Blvd., Ste. 302 Claremont, CA 91711 ALLIED COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE Danny Holznecht (909) 437-2107 501 Wayland Ct. Claremont, CA www.alliedcre.com91711

CLAREMONTCHAMBER.ORG I 69 IMAGE CONCEPTS INC. Paul Henry (909) 624-0601 133 W. 12th St. Claremont, CA www.imageconceptsinc.com91711-2632

206 W. Bonita Ave., Ste. 2-N Claremont, CA www.crescenttreelending.com91711 HOTT HOMES PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Monique OTT (909) 286-5558 440 W. Baseline Rd., Ste. C Claremont, CA hotthomes.com91711 See our ad page 25 LEGACY REALTY PARTNERS Angelina Fierro (909) 344-5935 206 W. Bonita Ave., #2L Claremont, CA DannyGomesProbate.com91711 RE/MAX

SOUTH VILLAGE PARTNERS Jerry Tessier (909) 994-5904 191 S. Indian Hill Blvd. Claremont, CA claremontsouthvillage.com91711


VILLAGE PARTNERS, INC. Michael Morris (949) 478-1450 4340 CA www.lauradandoy.com91711

TURN LEAF Darlene Martinez (909) 772-5759 212 Yale Claremont,Ave.CA www.darlenecrystalrocks.com91711

PSYCHOTHERAPY BRIGHT ROAD RECOVERY Tamson Overholtzer, LMFT, CEDS (909) 624-7070 428 Harrison Ave., Ste. 101 Claremont CA, CA BrightRoadRecovery.com91711

MASON PROPHET, WHEELER STEFFEN SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY Mason Prophet (909) 447-7708 500 W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont, CA www.masonprophet.com91711 our ad Inside Front

FINANCIALLY EPIC Pat Herrero (909) 741-1737 415 W. Foothill Blvd., Ste. 134 Claremont, CA befinanciallyepic.com91711

STATER BROS Charlotte Wall (909) 624-0619 1055 W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont, CA www.staterbros.com91711

THE DIAMOND CENTER Robbin & Debbie Lantz (909) 399-9133 147 Yale Claremont,Ave.CA www.lantzdiamondcenter.com91711-4723

CLAREMONTCHAMBER.ORG I 71 RIO DE OJAS Terri Riojas (909) 624-4141 250 Harvard Ave. Claremont, CA 91711

THE GROVE VINTAGE Donna Daniel (909) 625-2380 101 N. Indian Hill Blvd., Ste. 102 Claremont, CA thegrovevintage.com91711



SUPERKING MARKET Damian Valdez (909) 267-7252 436 Auto Center Dr. Claremont, CA superkingmarket.com91711

Ave. Claremont, CA www.claremontplace.com91711-5204 HILLCREST Scott Snider (909) 392-4375 2705 Mountain View Dr.

VOMFASS Kim Peeples (909) 399-0256 101 N. Indian Hill Blvd., C2-100 Claremont, CA vomfassclaremont.com91711 OLIVE & WINE BAR CLAREMONT Ann Brown (909) 445-9777 221 Yale Claremont,Ave.CA

Verne, CA www.livingathillcrest.org91750 See our ad Back Cover MT. SAN ANTONIO GARDENS Denise Stevenson ..........................................(909) 399-1208 900 E. Harrison Ave. Pomona, California www.msagardens.org91767 See our ad page 33 PILGRIM PLACE 909-399-5500 | A Claremont Cornerstone Fostering a vibrant and inclusive senior community committed to justice, peace and care of the Earth Contact our Director of Admissions, Gisele Tackoor 625 Mayflower Rd., Claremont, CA 91711 SUNRISE OF CLAREMONT 909-398-4688 | We pride ourselves in “Championing the quality of life for all seniors”. We offer assisted living & memory care neighborhoods so that you or your loved one can age in place. Call to arrange a tour of our beautiful community & our historical Pitzer House! 2053 N. Towne Ave., Claremont, CA 91711 SCHOOLS / PRIVATE FOOTHILL COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL Danielle Witten (909) 626-5681 x131 1035 Harrison Ave Claremont, CA www.foothillcds.org91711-4133 OUR LADY OF THE ASSUMPTION SCHOOL Bernadette Boyle (909) 626-7135 611 W. Bonita Ave. Claremont, CA www.ola-ca.org91711 WEBB SCHOOLS, THE Bob Fass ........................................................(909) 626-3587 1175 W. Baseline Rd. Claremont, CA 91711 WESTERNwww.webb.orgCHRISTIAN SCHOOLS Kathy Scheenstra ..........................................(909) 291-4717 3105 Padua Ave. Claremont, California www.westernchristian.org91711 SCHOOLS / PUBLIC CLAREMONT UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Eva Barriga (909) 398-0609 x70102 170 W. San Jose Ave. Claremont, CA www.cusd.claremont.edu91711-2643 See our ad page 45 SECURITY INSTALLATION & MONITORING L.A. & ASSOCIATES Amos Lamonta (310) 462-5468 468 N. Camden Dr., Ste. 333 Beverly Hills, CA www.laandassociates.com90210 SELF-STORAGEALLAMERICAN MINI allamericanministorage.comSTORAGE All American Mini Storage is happy to serve the Claremont community and neighboring cities. Please call 909-621-7867 711 S. Mills Ave., Claremont, CA 91711 SENIOR SERVICES A BETTER SOLUTION - IN HOME CARE Aileen Garcia (626) 634-8064 100 N. Barranca St., #715 West Covina, CA AGINGNEXT Abby Pascua (909) 621-9900 141 Spring St. Claremont, CA www.agingnext.org91711 SALLY TORNERO, WHEELER STEFFEN SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY Sally Tornero (909) 455-3203 500 W. Foothill Blvd. Claremont, CA www.sallytornero.com91711 See our ad Inside Front Cover ST. DANIEL’S SENIOR CARE, INC. Chad Davis (909) 214-2579 2403 N. Indian Hill Blvd. Claremont, CA www.stdanielseldercare.com91711 SHIPPING THE UPS STORE #6933 Jim Kelloff......................................................(909) 920-5000 2209 E. Baseline Rd., Ste. 300 Claremont, CA SIGNS & BANNERS ACT NOW! SIGNS Bryce Martin (909) 394-7818 550 W. Cienega Ave., Ste. B San Dimas, CA actnowsigns.com91773 SKIN CARE AROMATIQUE SKIN & BODY CARE Lori Paley (909) 626-7422 319 W. First St., Ste. A Claremont, CA www.aromatiqueskincare.com91711 EMPIRE LASHES & WAXING Mireya Doud (909) 929-0001 915 W. Foothill Blvd., Ste. J Claremont, CA THE TREATMENT SKIN BOUTIQUE Ryan Jensen (909) 625-7546 350 W. 4th St. Claremont, CA www.getthetreatment.com91711


MANOR Miranda Reyes (909) 626-1227 650 Harrison Ave. Claremont, CA www.claremontmanor.org91711 See our ad page 2 CLAREMONT PLACE SENIOR LIVING Tricia Elliker/Marketing (909) 962-8491 120 W San

TATTLE TAILS Jennifer Taylor (909) 621-4193 309 Yale Claremont,Ave.CA

@claremontchamber F @claremontchamber L@claremontcoc SOLAR CONTRACTOR HPM SOLAR Dan Moncayo (909) 297-3284 240 S. Indian Hill Blvd. Claremont, CA www.HPMsolar.com91711 POWUR SOLAR Jonathan Brunasso (909) 964-9632 22719 Lakeway Dr., 402 Diamond Bar, California TAX LAW OFFICE TAYLOR, SIMONSON & WINTER LLP Diana Escobar (909) 625-4785 144 N. Indian Hill Blvd. Claremont, CA www.tsw-lawyers.com91711 See our ad page 59 TECHNOLOGY PARADISE ROAD MEDIA Russell Binder (626) 893-2928 1690 N. Mills Ave. Claremont, CA www.paradiseroadmedia.com91711 TUDO INC Krishna Kishore Kunda (323) 400-5228 1013 Center Rd., Ste. 403S Wilmington, DE 19805 THERAPIST NATALIE WYATT MA, LMFT #89712 Natalie Wyatt (626) 210-0929 232 Harrison Ave., Ste. H Claremont, CA nataliewyattlmft.com91711 TOUR OPERATION COMPANY COUNTRYBRED Marco Marano (800) 615-3543 206 W. Bonita Ave., Ste. 2M Claremont, CA countrybred.com91711 THE PALATUM Dejou Marano (888) 466-4381 206 W. Bonita Ave. 2M Claremont, CA www.thepalatum.com91711 TOWING SERVICE SANDERS TOWING INC (909) 599-3178 344 W. Arrow Hwy. San Dimas, CA www.sanderstow.com91773 TRANSPORTATION FOOTHILL TRANSIT Linda Apodaca (626) 931-7239 100 S. Vincent, Ste. 200 West Covina, CA www.foothilltransit.org91790 See our ad page 5 METRO GOLD LINE FOOTHILL EXTENSION CONSTRUCTION Lisa Levy Buch (626) 305-7012 406 E. Huntington Dr., Ste. 202 Monrovia, CA www.foothillextension.org91016 See our ad page 25 POMONA VALLEY TRANS. AUTHORITY (909) 596-7664 See our ad page 24 (909) 981-1755 CRUISE PLANNERS Susan Diaz (909) 331-5539 1861 Fleming St., 91766 Pomona, CA susandiaz.carolsescapes.com91766 UTILITIES GAS COMPANY, THE Lanae O’Shields (909) 394-4268 196 E. 3rd St. Pomona, CA GOLDEN STATE WATER COMPANY Ethan Leano (800) 999-4033 915 W. Foothill Blvd., Unit E Claremont, CA www.gswater.com91711 See our ad page 59, 72 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON Marissa Castro-Salvati (800) 655-4555 2244 Walnut Grove Ave. Rosemead, CA 91770 THREE VALLEYS MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT Nadia Aguirre (909) 621-5568 1021 E. Miramar Ave. Claremont, CA www.threevalleys.com91711 See our ad page 25 VETERINARIAN CLAREMONT VETERINARY HOSPITAL Dr. Eric Weigand (909) 621-0900 1324 N Claremont Blvd Claremont, CA www.cvhvet.com91711-4608 See our ad page 72 WINE SHOP PACKING HOUSE WINES Sal Medina (909) 445-9463 540 W. First St. Claremont, CA packinghousewines.com91711 PLUME RIDGE BOTTLE SHOP Christina Coulourides (909) 305-9966x7 1485 Andrew Dr., Ste. C Claremont, CA prbottleshop.com91711 See our ad page 29 1324 N. Claremont Blvd. Claremont, CA 91711 909-621-0900 • Dr. Eric M. Weigand ~ Dr. Victoria Oliver HospitalVeterinaryClaremont Neighbor Conservation Partner Trusted Water Provider P r o u d l y s e r v i n g t h e C l a r e m o n t c o m m u n i t y f o r m o r e t h a n 9 0 y e a r s 800 999 4033 I gswater com I @GoldenStateH2O




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Coldwell Banker Town & Country, (909) 621-6761

Claremont McKenna College, (909) 621-8111 62




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Claremont Hacienda, (909) 626-0117 64

Claremont Heritage, (909) 621-0848 66

Claremont American Little League 66 Claremont American Youth Soccer Organization, (949) 246-1389 Claremont Bible Chapel, (909) 624-7178

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Claremont Presbyterian Church, (909) 624-9693


Claremont Modern Dentistry, (909) 626-1236 63

Claremont Masonic Lodge No. 436, (909) 624-1824 66


Children’s Foundation of America, (909) 426-0773 66 Chino Basin ConservationWaterDistrict, (606) 626-2711 68

Claremont Forum Bookshop & Gallery, The, (909) 626-3066 66

CountryBred, (800) 615-3543

Cutler Legal, A Law Firm, (909) 999-0552

Claremont Symphony Association, (909) 596-5979

Compass Brokerage, (626) 482-7917 Condominium Mgmt Services, (909) 399-3103

Claremont Graduate University, (909) 621-8264 62

Claremont Lodge, (909) 626-5654 64

Chris Holden Assemblymember 41st District, (626) 351-1917 64 Christiansen Accounting CPA, (909) 447-6802 61 Cindy Rainey Real Estate, (626) 485-7270 69 Citrus Community College, (626) 914-8821 62 City of Claremont, (909) 399-5441 64


Claremont Veterinary Hospital, (909) 621-0900


Claremont Medical Center, (909) 399-1900 65

Cox and Patel DDS, (909) 626-1684 Creme Bakery, (909) 741-5115

ClaremontProgramsAfter-SchoolInc/CLASP, (909) 624-4432 66

Claremont Faculty Association, (909) 624-6113 66 Claremont Film Festival, (909) 477-1747 66

Claremont Optometry, (909) 625-7861


Claremont Center for Spiritual Living, (909) 624-3549 62 Claremont Chamber of Commerce, (909) 624-1681



Crescent Tree Corp, (310) 420-3981


Claremont Village Square, (626) 535-0318


Claremont Unified School District, (909) 398-0609 x70102

Combined Insurance, (714) 204-1122

Claremont Lewis Museum of Art, (909) 621-3200 66

Claremont Manor, (909) 626-1227 71


Connie & Dick’s Auto Service Center Inc., (909) 626-5653 Corey Nursery Co., Inc., (909) 621-6886



Claremont Police Officers Association, (213) 915-4688




Claremont Sunrise Rotary, (626) 485-7270



Commerce Home Mortgage, (626) 695-3401 Community Heart, (909) 609-9049

Claremont Quarterly Magazine, (909) 596-1732

Claremont United Church of Christ, (909) 626-1201

Cruise Planners, (909) 331-5539



Last Name Brewing, (909) 579-0032 61

65 New


MMZ Law, A Professional Corporation, (909) 256-6702 6 Claremont, (909) 621-4831 View Chevrolet, Inc., (909) 985-2866 View Republican Club, (909) 305-3717 San Antonio Gardens, (909) 399-1208 Narmoun‘ Hair, (518) 496-7005 Wyatt MA, LMFT #89712, (626) 210-0929 Freak SoCal, (917) 885-0590 (909) 626-7600 Nekter Juice Bar, (909) 319-6165 Bedford Panoramex, (909) 982-9806 York Life Insurance Co (Agent Christine T. Holguin), (909) 260-7662 Tirre State Farm Insurance, (909) 620-2662 Restaurants, (909) 293-7871 Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, (909) 593-3353


Millennium Biomedical Inc., (909) 621-7646

65 Mountain





Laura Dandoy, Re/Max Resources, (909) 398-1810

Mint Leaf Natural Products & Thai Body Work, (909) 399-0200

64 Nectar,

67 Mt.


72 Neat

liftbwa, Children’s Center, (909) 599-1227 Meridian Escrow Services, Inc., (909) 480-3929




(626) 926-6015 67 LMA Consulting Group, Inc., (909) 630-3943 62 Lunghi Media Group, (626) 720-7798 60 M Magnolia Bistro, (909) 445-1795 70 Magnolia Heating and Cooling, (951) 688-3524 60 Marie Callenders Restaurant #65, (626) 963-9475 70 Mason Prophet, Wheeler Steffen Sotheby’s International Realty, (909) 447-7708 69 Massage Envy, (909) 447-7500 65 McKinley

Inland Valley Humane Society & SPCA, (909) 623-9777 67 Inland Valley Repertory Theatre, Inc., (909) 859-4878 68 InstaMortgage, (909) 513-5277 66 Integrative Health Institutes, (310) 526-7328 66 Inter Valley Health Plan, (909) 623-6333 x219 64 Ironbark Ciderworks, Inc., (909) 447-5225 61 ISN Global Enterprises, Inc., (909) 670-0601 62 J J. N. Coulas & -PromotionalAssociatesAdvertising, (714) 803-2825 69 Joe Porreca, Wheeler Steffen Sotheby’s International Realty, (909) 447-7712 John Elway’s Claremont Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, (909) 962-8100


Legacy Realty Partners, (909) 344-5935


70 Northstar

63 New

Leahy Law Firm, APC, (909) 625-4000

74 I CLAREMONT I 2022/23 DESTINATION GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY I @claremontchamber F @claremontchamber L@claremontcoc D D.A. Davidson, (909) 599-0891 65 David Seccombe, DDS, (909) 626-5662 63 Dee Ann BroadviewEstupinian,Mortgage, (909) 225-3058 66 DeltaBind, (909) 603-4444 62 Democratic Club of Claremont, (909) 632-1516 67 Diaz Lawn Care Inc., (909) 630-1284 65 Dignity Group, (909) 986-2420 67 Discover Claremont, (562) 596-4466 63 Dog Haus Biergarten, Claremont, (909) 931-0404 70 DoubleTree by Hilton Claremont, (909) 626-2411 64





61 Mountain

64 Natalie

Judy Chu United States Representative 27th District, (626) 304-0110 64 Just Ask Dawn LLC, (917) 226-4954 K Kahn Law Firm, The, (626) 765-4469 60 Kaiser Permanente, (909) 427-5269 Karousel Kids Inc., (909) 626-5437 Kiwanis Club Of Claremont, (909) 212-5911

Klarity Ketamine Clinic of Southern California, (410) 627-4768 68 Klaus & Sons Plumbing - Heating- Air -Remodel, (909) 982-5698 L L.A. & Associates, (310) 462-5468 Laemmle’s Claremont 5, (909) 621-5566 xTheater 66 Lane4 Automotive Services, (909) 964-0551


65 Nona

Law Office Of James A Hagan, (909) 489-7588



61 Motel


Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction, (626) 305-7012 Mia Valdez Beauty, (909) 724-8131


Law Offices of Scott Glovsky, (626) 243-5598



Middle Tree, (909) 293-9560

Michael Chai, MD Inc - Concierge Medicine, (909) 920-6698


Dr. Blied - Faces Of Health - A Psychological Corporation, (909) 741-2849 64 Dr. Grubb’s, (909) 621-6200 70 E ecomaids of Claremont -Rancho Cucamonga-Glendora, (909) 222-8138 62 Economy Shop, (909) 626-7334 67 Eddie’s Italian Eatery, (909) 398-1985 70 Edward Jones, (909) 399-9898 63 Element Real Estate / The Costantino Group, (909) 224-1406 69 Elizabeth’s Art Studio, (909) 621-1630 60, 64 Elvira’s, (909) 399-3300 70 Empire Lashes & Waxing, (909) 929-0001 71 Employment Development Department, (626) 960-1072 64 EMS, Inc., (909) 519-3178 67 Encryst LLC, (855) 740-0594 65 Endless Fitness, (626) 627-8395 64 Eric Martinez, State Farm Insurance, (909) 962-6242 65 ESPhoto, (702) 717-4337 68 Espiau’s Restaurante y Cantina, (909) 621-1818 70 Euro Cafe, (909) 621-4666 70 Executive Women International, (909) 560-0943 67 Express Workforce Foundation Community Heart Food Bank, (909) 626-2900 67 Express Workforce Foundation DBA Community Heart Food Bank, (909) 626-2900 67 F Faewood Creations, (909) 300-5203 65 FairwayMortgageIndependentCorporation, (626) 233-1303 66 Farmers Insurance & Financial Services, (909) 624-4224 65 Financially EPIC, (909) 741-1737 69 First Baptist Church of Claremont, (909) 624-4496 62 Fit Learning Inland Empire, (661) 965-9074 63 Fit Rituals Studio, (909) 445-9433 64 Flextech Engineering, Inc., (626) 914-2494 65 Foothill AIDS Project, (909) 482-2066 67 Foothill Country Day School, (909) 626-5681 x131 71 Foothill Family Shelter, (909) 920-0453 67 Foothill Transit, (626) 931-7239 72 Friends of the Claremont Library, (909) 621-4902 67 Fukagawa Stark & Associates NPC, (909) 624-3949 65 Full Circle Home Loans, (626) 430-0947 66 G Gail Polk Consulting, (619) 887-5700 62 Gas Company, The, (909) 394-4268 72 Geoff Hamill, Wheeler Steffen Sotheby’s International Realty, (909) 621-0500 69 Golden State Water Company, (800) 999-4033 72 Gould Asset Management, LLC, (909) 445-1291 65 Granite Creek Community Church, (909) 625-4455 62

Law Offices of Thomas S. Carter - Business Law & Litigation, (909) 296-3360


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Life as ONE, (909) 929-0041 LifeSteps Financial, (909) 267-3770


Leisure Living of Claremont, (626) 622-7296

Graze and Gather Meats and Provisions, (909) 741-7300 63 Greenway S.W.R., Inc., (909) 518-7943 63 GSA, llp, (909) 626-6462 61 Gus’s BBQ - Claremont, (909) 445-0931 70 H Hartman Baldwin Design/Build, (909) 670-1344 62 Harvey Mudd College, (909) 621-8120 62 Haynes Family of Programs, (909) 593-2581 67 Heartland Payment Systems, (909) 767-2361 66 Hendricks Pharmacy, (909) 624-1611 68 Hillcrest, (909) 392-4375 71 Honeybird, (909) 447-2010 70 Hotel Casa 425 + Lounge, (866) 450-0425 65 HOTT Homes Property Management, (909) 286-5558 69 House Of Ruth, (909) 623-4364 67 HPM Solar, (909) 297-3284 72 Huff Properties, (909) 982-2881 69 Huntley Bookstore of the Claremont Colleges, (909) 607-1502 61 I I Like Pie Bake Shop, (909) 621-5152 61 Image Concepts Inc., (909) 624-0601 69 Inland Empire United Way, (909) 980-2857 67 Inland Pacific Ballet, (909) 482-1590 68

76 I CLAREMONT I 2022/23 DESTINATION GUIDE AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY I @claremontchamber F @claremontchamber L@claremontcoc Baldy View ROP 25 Cable Airport 22 California Botanic Garden ................. 33 Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare 9 Casa Maguey 29 Chaffey Federal Credit Union ............. 24 Children’s Foundation of America 21 Citrus Community College ................. 47 Claremont Escrow 24 Claremont Hacienda 41 Claremont Heritage ........................... 33 Claremont Lodge 13 Claremont Manor ................................ 2 Claremont Optometry 39 Claremont Packing House 3 Claremont Print ................................. 68 Claremont Unified School District 45 Claremont Veterinary Hospital ........... 72 Connie & Dick’s Auto Service Center Inc. ............... 19 Cox and Patel DDS 41 DoubleTree by Hilton Claremont 7 Elizabeth’s Art Studio ........................ 47 Espiau’s Restaurante y Cantina 29 Foothill Transit ..................................... 5 Geoff Hamill, Wheeler Steffen Sotheby’s International Realty Inside Front Cover Golden State Water Company ..... 59, 72 Greenway S.W.R., Inc......................... 21 Gus’s BBQ - Claremont 29 Hendricks Pharmacy ......................... 41 Hillcrest Back Cover Hotel Casa 425 + Lounge ................. 17 HOTTPropertyHomesManagement 25 Joe Porreca, Wheeler Steffen Sotheby’s International Realty ...................Inside Front Cover John Elway’s Claremont Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram .......................... 23 Mason Prophet, Wheeler Steffen Sotheby’s International Realty Inside Front Cover Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction 25 Motel 6 Claremont ............................ 15 Mt. San Antonio Gardens 33 NORMS Restaurants 27 Ontario International Airport 4, 18 Our Lady Of The Assumption Catholic Church ............................ 23 Paul Steffen, Wheeler Steffen Sotheby’s International Realty Inside Front Cover Plume Ridge Bottle Shop 29 Pomona Valley Health Center 1 Pomona Valley Trans. Authority 24 Ryan Zimmerman, Wheeler Steffen Sotheby’s International Realty ....................Inside Front Cover Saca’s Mediterranean Cuisine 27 Sally Tornero, Wheeler Steffen Sotheby’s International Realty ....................Inside Front Cover Sally Tornero, Wheeler Steffen Sotheby’s International Realty Inside Front Cover Sanctuary Claremont dba Sanctuary Coffee 29 Taylor, Simonson & Winter LLP .......... 59 Three Valleys Municipal Water District ................................ 25 Trinity Youth Services ......................... 60 ADVERTISERS INDEX

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