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New Directions For Youth Volunteer Orientation

Caring Compassionate Creative Talented Knowledgeable Philanthropic   Hey EAA Union members, Do you possess any of the above qualities? If so, the New Directions for Youth (NDY) invites you to attend their Volunteer Orientation on Thursday, March 28th at 4:00p at: 7315 Lankershim Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91605 (Google Maps) Please bring a resume stating any…

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Assemblyman Miguel Santiago and Team EAA at the C. Dolores Mission

Team EAA was back at it again in Council District 14. For the 57th consecutive first Monday of the month, EAA Outreach participated in Proyecto Pastoral at the C. Dolores Mission. As announced in last week’s email newsletter, there was even a special guest appearance from State Assembly member Miguel Santiago (AD53), a long time political…

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EAA Outreach Hosts Mini-Fair at Harbor Interfaith Services

EAA Outreach is putting together a team of volunteers to help host yet another fun-filled mini-fair for the children at Harbor Interfaith Services in San Pedro, California (Council District 15). You can catch a recap of last year’s mid-summer classic complete with photo and video coverage HERE in the EAA News section. If you would like to…

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Debrief: 50th EAA Outreach at Proyecto Pastoral

Last Monday marked the 50th consecutive first Monday of the month that the Engineers & Architects Association has participated in Proyecto Pastoral at the C. Dolores Mission. This has been one of EAA’s longest standing outreach initiatives dating back to January of 2014. It’s simple really. Every first Monday of the month, EAA bands together a…

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LAMDL Tourney Four at South Gate High School Needs Judges

The Los Angeles Metropolitan Debate League (LAMDL) and the South Gate High School debate team are excited to invite you to the fourth tournament of the 2017–2018 competitive season.  As this tournament approaches, they are looking for volunteer judges, who are interested in coming out to judge two or more debates. They project that more than 450 students from the 21 schools…

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Press Release: Councilman David E. Ryu Launches ‘Give To LA’ Campaign

Give to LA Media Contact                                                                    For Immediate Release               `                                                           September 6, 2017 Council Member David E. Ryu, Council District 4, recognized and officially launched the Give to LA annual charitable campaign at the Council meeting on September 6th. For over 20 years, the City of Los Angeles’ annual charitable campaign has…

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Highlights: Double Feature in District 10

When it comes to Council President’s Herb J. Wesson Jr’s “Movies in the Park” summer series, Westside Neighborhood Park always tends to be THE biggest draw in the rotation of venues. There was a reported one thousand City District 10 denizens in attendance for the last screening of the summer and Team EAA was there to pitch in as…

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Highlights: Movies in the Park Series 2017

Recently re-elected City Council President Herb J. Wesson. Jr. kicked off his annual Movies in the Park Series for the eleventh year running at Reynier Park in City District 10 last Friday. Yet again, Team Wesson’s preparation made for easy-goings as the proceedings not only started on time but no one was left empty-handed. Cinemark was on…

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Debrief: EAA Outreach Returns To Harbor Interfaith

Last Friday, April 7th marked the second year running that EAA Outreach has hosted a mini fair for the kids at Harbor Interfaith Services, a non profit organization serving the South Bay of Los Angeles, City District 15. Much like the weather forecast for that day, attendance was expected to be somewhere in the high sixties…

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