Category Archives: Community News and Events

River Finds a Home

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River was first noticed living the Los Angeles riverbed during the summer of 2013.  She was extremely emaciated and struggling to survive. Several people tried to earn her trust and catch her but she was obviously scared of people and very smart. It took a community effort but she was finally rescued in July 2014. River is a very sweet girl who doesn’t have an aggressive bone in her body but she is very scared of people. She is currently

National Night Out

Tuesday August 5th, 2014 Bring your lawn chairs and your snacks. Learn more about community safety. Daisy Ave. Green at 19th Street, Long Beach, CA 90806 6:00 – 9:00 pm. Featuring: LBPD West Division – Your Neighbors – Neighborhood Watch – Wrigley Is Going Green – Wrigley Association – Wrigley BBQ (samples) It’s America’s Night Out Against Crime! The “Annual National Night Out” (NNO), a unique crime/drug prevention event sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch (NATW), has been

Second Saturday Marketplace

Saturday, August 9 at 10:00am – 1:00pm Join us each Second Saturday Market Place as we feature farm fresh fare, including organic fruits, vegetables, flowers, and eggs. Other merchandise will also be available in Farmstand 59, including heritage walnut oil, handmade produce bags, heirloom seeds, and more. Are you interested in knowing what to do in your garden this time of year! Join us starting at 11:00 am, we will be hands on seed starting showing you different methods, seed

Wrigley Association Meeting

wrigley, long beach, ca

Wrigley Association Don’t miss our next meeting on Monday, August 4th, at Vets Park, 101 E. 28th St. Come meet Alan Burks, our new President. Speakers: WEST DIVISION 6TH AND 7TH DISTRICT MIKE DONELON AND THE ASK FOUNDATION, building skateboard parks in Long Beach. Video presentation will be made and you’ll be able to meet skateboarders who can describe the benefits of building one at Veterans Park. All speakers will have Q&A time. Light refreshments. Free parking. Air conditioning. Free

Disasters and Your Pet

Pets are family members too and need to be as much prepared for a disaster as in the event of an emergency. Are you and your pet prepared? Do you have all the information you need to ensure that not only are you safe but your pet is as well? Here are some helpful hints, links, and guidelines. FEMA encourages pet owners to take the following steps: Be informed: Know what emergencies happen in your community and how those events