The Claremont Community Foundation has partnered with the California Community Foundation as a regional affiliate, according to CCF. This newly formed affiliation will position CCF to foster local philanthropy and strengthen the foothill communities. CCF will benefit from the 100-year history of the California Community Foundation through access to philanthropic expertise, financial management, investment oversight, IRS and National Standards compliance, and legal knowledge.
Longtime Claremont residents Jerry and Maury Feingold know the value of community service. This firecracker couple, with warm smiles and a gregarious demeanor, has devoted untold time and energy serving those in the city they call home, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.
At this year’s Fourth of July celebration, there will be a new leader of the pack. Marilee Scaff, who turned 100 in November, has been named Claremont’s Grand Marshall.
She’s earned her place at the front of the parade through decades of community service and her firm commitment to making her town, and the world, a better place.
On Thursday, June 18 Pterodactyls weren’t the only things flying during a screening of Jurassic World at Laemmle’s Claremont 5. According to Detective Hector Tamayo, 30-year-old Jeffrey Delgado had bought a ticket to see the dinosaur adventure film when he became involved in a verbal altercation.
Residents anticipating solutions to the numerous challenges that have plagued the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park and surrounding neighborhoods in recent years are going to have to wait just a bit longer.
At the request of city staff, the Claremont City Council authorized extending the city’s contact with MIG Inc.—the consultant hired to prepare the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park (CHWP) Master Plan—until December 31, 2015.
At the June 18 school board meeting, the Claremont Unified School District Board of Education accepted Claremont Lincoln University’s bid for a large parcel of surplus property.
At a June 9 auction, the university—the youngest of Claremont’s institutes of higher education—offered the district $14.35 million for a 9.7-acre parcel located at 2475 N. Forbes Ave.
At their Annual Meeting on Saturday, June 6, the LWV of Claremont Area gave their Caroline Beatty Award to Barbara Rugeley, an exceptionally deserving candidate for this award. She is a hard-working League member whose exemplary service is reminiscent of Caroline’s dedicated and tireless work in the past.
Dale Bros Brewery (www.dalebrosbrewery.com), a microbrewery in Upland, CA, was named Small Business of the Year in the 41st Assembly District by Assemblymember Chris Holden’s office. Dale Bros Brewery is based in Upland and is owned and operated by brothers Curt and Andy Dale, born and raised in nearby Claremont, CA. The brewery has won 38 awards for outstanding craft beer.
For the COURIER Almanac 2015-16, we have taken a high elevation view of Claremont to show off the wonderful scenery in the city. This is a short promotional video with highlights from our final presentation that will debut on August 7, 2015. We will continue to shoot throughout July and add to the final project. This is just a small part of what readers will see, in print and online. Have an idea what we should photograph from the air? Let us know. COURIER photo/Peter Weinberger
At the Thursday night school board meeting, the Claremont Unified School District Board of Education accepted Claremont Lincoln University’s bid for a large parcel of surplus property. At a June 9 auction, the university—the youngest of Claremont’s institutes of higher education—offered the district $14.35 million for a 9.7-acre parcel located at 2475 N. Forbes Ave. COURIER photo/Steven Felschundneff
Claremont City Council appointed residents to the Public Art Committee on June 9, following recommendations presented by the ad hoc committee.
“This was one of the most exciting and difficult appointment processes,” said Mayor Pro Tem Sam Pedroza. “You’ll recognize some names and some names you won’t, but I’m hoping we’re going to be seeing some really neat things coming from the committee that the whole community will benefit from.”
A city-imposed restriction preventing homeowners from filling their pools and ponds was lifted last week by the Claremont City Council.
Council, by a 4-0 vote, approved an ordinance removing the limitation from the city’s municipal code. Opanyi Nasiali abstained after missing the previous council meeting where the item was discussed.
The limitation was part of the Level 2 water supply shortage condition declared by City Manager Tony Ramos pursuant to Claremont’s Municipal Code, a declaration that was confirmed by city council at its regular meeting on April 28.
Officers responded to the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church around 3:30 p.m. after a Phelan man stole the purse of one of the parishioners. The 63-year-old victim witnessed Bradley Gray take her handbag and flee the location. Police questioned three people that had accompanied the 32-year-old thief to the church.
Governor Jerry Brown’s declaration of a state of emergency, and his subsequent mandate that cities reduce water-use statewide, has inspired many a Claremonter to rethink how their garden grows.
The strong level of motivation was evident in the healthy turnout at a Low-Water Expo held Sunday at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden. The free event, which ran from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., was organized by members of Sustainable Claremont’s DRIP (Drought Resistant Irrigation Program).