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Anaheim Veterans Stand With Harry Sidhu for Mayor

From the Harry Sidhu for Mayor campaign: Veterans Stand in Support of Harry Sidhu Local veterans are standing in support of former Anaheim City Council Member and Mayor Pro Tem Harry Sidhu in his campaign for Mayor of Anaheim. Sidhu has a long track record of supporting the United States Armed Forces, veterans, and military families, including the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit. ...

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No Cost Education Program Launches for Hourly Disneyland Cast Members

Disney Aspire, a new education program designed to make it easier for hourly cast members to pursue higher education or vocational training, opened enrollment last week. One of the most comprehensive education programs of its kind, the $50 million initiative, with up to $25 million in annual funding going forward, includes a full range of programs and certificates that do ...

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District 6: Front-Runner and Businessman Trevor O’Neil Hits $100,000 Fundraising Mark

From the Trevor O’Neil for Anaheim City Council campaign: Trevor O’Neil Solidifies Status as Clear Front-Runner for Anaheim City Council, District 6 Raises $100,000 with 12 Weeks Before Election Anaheim Hills, California – Small Business Owner Trevor O’Neil is solidifying his position as the clear front-runner for the Anaheim City Council District 6 seat representing Anaheim Hills. As candidate filing ...

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Anaheim Firefighters Endorse Jordan Brandman for Council in District 2

From the Anaheim Firefighters Association: Firefighters Announce District 2 Endorsement in November’s Council Race Anaheim, CA. – August 22, 2018. The Anaheim Firefighters Association, Local 2899 is pleased to announce its support for former councilmember Jordan Brandman to represent the City’s 2nd Council District. According to Association President Rick Cheatham, the organization’s members picked Brandman because he is a proven ...

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Anaheim Transportation Network Provides Free Rideshare To Westin Anaheim Construction Workers

From The Wincome Group: The Westin Anaheim Resort has announced that their crew of over 200 workers involved in the construction of the Resort are participating in an Anaheim-rideshare program designed to reduce congestion around the Anaheim Resort during peak hours. The program, offered through the Anaheim Transportation Network (ATN), provides clean-fuel shuttles to 9.4 million people a year, both ...

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Nicholas Academic Centers And 60 Of Its Santa Ana Latino High School Students Attend July 27 Angels Game To Celebrate Academic Achievement

From the Nicholas Academic Centers: WHO: 60 high school students from the Santa Ana area, primarily from Hispanic households, who have demonstrated academic excellence and show promise for the future.  Rosa Diaz, the Executive Director of the Nicholas Academic Centers, will be available for interviews. WHAT: Nicholas Academic Centers (there are three in Orange County) provides after-school tutoring and mentoring ...

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Personal Donation By Harry Sidhu Rescues Anaheim Hills 4th of July Festivities

[From the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce:]  ANAHEIM, Calif. (July 2, 2018) –  The Anaheim Hills Community Council thanks former Anaheim Mayor Pro Tem, Harry Sidhu, for once again making a sizeable donation to the Anaheim Hills 4th of July festivities Friday afternoon. His contributions cover a financial gap for the festivities after a challenging fundraising period due to a loss ...

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“An Enchanted Fairy Tale Evening” At The Muzeo: July 14

[from The Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center] July 14, 2018  | Sat  | 6 – 7:30 p.m. Join us for a special afternoon of fairy tales told in our enchanted forest setting that will surround you with whimsical fairies, butterflies, and the sounds of forest creatures. Our special guest, Charles Dickens, will join us in full Victorian costuming as he tells ...

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US Chamber of Commerce To Senators Sanders, Warren: Debate Minimum Wage in D.C., Not at Disneyland

[from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce] Debate in D.C., Not at Disneyland by Glenn Spencer Senior Vice President, Employment Policy Division U.S. Chamber of Commerce A batch of Democratic lawmakers from Washington, D.C. recently weighed in on an economic issue most prominently raised by the Fight for $15 campaign over the past several years—specifically, higher wages.  On this occasion, however, ...

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