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Beverly Hills Honors 9/11 Victims With Special Ceremony
The City of Beverly Hills honored the fallen heroes of the Sept. 11, 2001 World Trade Center terrorist attacks with a special ceremony on Thursday evening. The event began at 5 p.m. with an intro from Fire Chief Ralph Mundell, followed by Mayor Lili Bosse leading attendees in the pledge of allegiance. Byron Pope sang God Bless America, which was followed by speeches from both Mundell and Police Chief Dave Snowden. The evening also featured a ceremonial bell ringing and moment of silence, a flag ceremony from the color guard and a wreath laying. Photos by Reggie Sully
The Beverly Hills 9/11 Memorial Beam
Byron Pope sings the National Anthem
Beverly Hills Fire Chief Ralph Mundell
Police and Fire Observe A Moment of Silence
Police Chief Dave Snowden, Mayor Lili Bosse and Fire Chief Ralph Mundell
She’s back! Mayor Lili Bosse returns with her nationally-acclaimed Walk with the Mayor Monday at 8:30 a.m. on the Crescent Drive side of City Hall for a visit to O’Gara’s newly acquired McLaren Auto store and Gelato-Go! If you are one of those whose New Year’s resolutions include a little more exercise, than this is the way to do it! You will be so glad you did!
The Archer School For Girls celebrated the groundbreaking of its new Academic Center. Construction began in December, and once completed the center will feature 30,000 square feet of flexible and light-filled spaces that offer a wide variety of learning opportunities both indoors and out.
Pianist George Laks, along with his daughter drummer Ruby Laks, will present a benefit concert for the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, “Remembering Micky: A Life Sustained by the Power of Music,” at 4 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 21 in tribute to his grandmother, “Micky” (Elga Blumenreich), a German-Jewish musician and Holocaust survivor.
The signature peristyle plaza at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum will be named the Julia and George Argyros Plaza in recognition of a $7.5 million gift from the Orange County philanthropists, the University of Southern California announced Tuesday.