The Glendora Chamber will host the 2019 State of the City & Schools Luncheon at the Glendora Country Club on Thursday, January 17th starting at 11:30AM.
Glendora Mayor Mendell Thompson will be the keynote speaker at this year’s State of the City and Schools luncheon to be held at the Glendora Country Club. Mayor Thompson will deliver his State of the City to include updates on Glendora’s new City Manager and new City Attorney, the March Sales Tax Proposal (Measure E) that residence will be voting on March 5 pertaining to a 0.75% sales tax increase, the Gold Line project and more.
In addition to Mayor Thompson, Superintendent/President of Citrus College Dr. Geraldine Perri, Glendora Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Robert Voors, and Charter Oak Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Michael Hendricks, will present the many projects current and future, accomplishments, awards and concerns they are dealing with now and what is soon to come.
Please do not miss this opportunity to hear from the leaders in our community. Please reserve your seat and RSVP today! Tickets are $40 and includes lunch. To RSVP please go to https://Glendora-Chamber.org/sotc or call the Glendora Chamber at 626-963-4128.
The Glendora State of the City & Schools is proudly presented by the Glendora Chamber of Commerce, Athens Services, and Glendora Community Hospital along with America’s Christian Credit Union, Foothill Credit Union, Visiting Angles Glendora, Charter Oak Unified School District, Foothill Gold Line, and Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger.