Lemonade Day is back and I can hardly wait.
Lomita, CA – Lemonade Day, a well-established global and national youth entrepreneurship program that teaches leadership and business skills by encouraging children to launch a lemonade business in their community, is happening in Lomita again!
In its inaugural year in 2021, Lemonade Day Lomita’s very own Bri’s Frozen Lemonades WON the National Youth Entrepreneur Award from Lemonade Day National’s Board of Directors.
Since 2007, more than 1 million kids have learned about business ownership by participating in Lemonade Day and hosting a lemonade stand in their community.
We are proud to announce that this year Lomita kids will get to join in on the fun.
Find out more at: www.lomitachamber.org
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Sue Stohrer was our winner for the “Mom Says Eat Right” (May) $100 giveaway.
She chose The Nook Breakfast Spot saying it is one of her favorite spots in Lomita.
Go visit and support Israel Bahena (owner) and his family and staff at The Nook 2169 Pacific Coast Highway in Lomita.
Summer is here and its time to hit the water. Sue is a swimming instructor for all ages.
For more info about lessons contact her at email@example.com
The Lomita-Harbor City Kiwanis Club honored our communities educators a the Golden Apple Awards.
This is an opportunity for the community to give back to those that give so much to our children.
To find out more about what Kiwanis does click here www.lomitaharborcitykiwanis.org
A fantastic day at the Lomita Farmers Market and Health Fair. It was a day to be entertained by local performing groups and to meet and support local businesses.
And farmers market is always a great place to pick up some fresh fruits and vegetables.
Come out and support the Lomita Farmers market every Sunday at City Hall and support the Lomita Chamber of Commerce in all that they do, to make our great city even better.
Find out more at: www.lomitachamber.org
Dana Alkobressli was our winner for the Spring (April) giveaway.
She chose Famous Tandoori as her business to support. She said it was her kid’s favorite place to eat.
Go visit and support Mohammed Yousuf and his family that own Famous Tandoori at 1817 Pacific Coast Highway in Lomita.
The Lomita Railroad Museum Foundation Board hosted a fabulous afternoon tea on April 24.
This sold-out event highlighted why we can proudly call ourselves the friendly city.
Make sure to stop by the museum and say hello.
Photos courtesy of the LRRM Foundation, Lomita Chamber of Commerce, and City Council Member Barry Waite
Marlena Beltrame Dana Alkobressli was our winner for the St. Patrick’s Day (March) giveaway.
She chose The Pan as her business to support.
Go visit and support The Pan in Lomita at 2104 Pacific Coast Highway in Lomita
Do you know someone who needs a little extra help?
Maybe with a mobility or safety issue around their home or maybe with a food insecurity and don’t know where to get help? Let us know how we can help.
Myself and a group of community volunteers are looking for ways to serve others. Small safety related repairs or home modifications that would help with impaired mobility are little things that can make a big impact on someone’s life.
If you want to help in some way let us know. Or if you want to help in your neighborhood contact a local service organization such as Kiwanis, Lions, Rotary, Elks, your local places of worship, or contact your city hall to find out what is available.
Helping make a backdoor more accessible for someone with a walker.
Kim Wolfe was our winner for the February Valentine’s Day giveaway.
She chose Rizzo’s Pizza to enjoy. Although she admits her husband wanted to pick one of the breweries in town.
Maybe next time… keep on entering.
Go visit and support Rizzo’s Pizza in Lomita at 24100 Narbonne Ave. #108
Wishing all of my friends, family, and neighbors the very best.
Support our Local Farmers Market.
Every Sunday from 10: am – 2:00 pm
Lomita City Hall 24300 Narbonne Ave, Lomita, CA 90717
Farmers Market needs your support. Please help our Lomita Farmers Market Grow. The vendors need your patronage and support and then new vendors will come and make it bigger.
If you have ideas or want to participate please reach out to the Lomita Chamber of Commerce.
If you need some extra help or have time or money to give, please reach out to a local service organization. They are here to help our community members.
When caring people join together, roll up their sleeves and take action to make their community better, it’s a beautiful thing—and an incredible feeling for everyone involved. That’s Lions. Being a Lion is about leading by example, building relationships and improving the world through kindness. It’s 1.4 million caring men and women serving together so they can make a lasting impact and change more lives.
When: 2nd and 4th Monday at 6:30pm
Where: Szechwan Chinese Restaurant 2107 Pacific Coast Highway, Lomita, CA 90717
Be prepared, help your family, help your community.
CERT is a group of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) trained volunteers who provide relief to victims of disasters by assisting the City of Lomita in preparing for, responding to, and recovering from emergencies. Following a major disaster, fire and rescue resources may be unable to immediately respond to all those in need. In such a crisis, it will be neighbors assisting neighbors until emergency response personnel can arrive. Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training provides residents with the skills and tools necessary to take care of themselves, their families, neighbors, and coworkers in the event of a disaster. Through the 20-hour CERT training, residents learn about hazards that may impact their area as well as basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. Upon completion of the course, volunteers may register with their respective city to assist in disaster response when the CERT is activated. Participants have no obligation or commitment to respond or act should a disaster occur. As individuals, we can prepare our homes and families to cope during the first critical hours following an emergency. Through CERT, you can help yourself and your neighbors reduce your emergency needs and manage your existing resources until professional assistance becomes available.
For additional information about Lomita CERT, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Neighborhood Watch Program is coordinated between the Lomita Sheriff Station and the City of Lomita Public Safety and Traffic Commission. The program is designed to assist in making the neighborhoods of Lomita a safer place to live. The success of the program is dependent on the cooperation of the residents involved.
The Neighborhood Watch is a crime prevention program which enlists the active participation of residents in cooperation with local police to prevent and reduce crime in our neighborhoods.
The Neighborhood Watch Program:
To institute this program in your neighborhood, you are first invited to attend one of our Public Safety and Traffic Commission meetings, where you will have the opportunity to speak before the Commission and meet the representative from the Lomita Sheriff’s Department. Meetings are held on the third Tuesdays of each month at 6:00PM in the City Hall Lomita Council Chambers. At that time, you can schedule a time and location for you and your neighbors to meet with one of the Commissioners and a Deputy Sheriff. There should be at least six (6) neighbors recruited to make this an effective program.
For additional information or questions, please call the City Hall at 310-325-7110 ext. 141.
If you have a non-profit, community, or business event you would like to promote contact me and let me know.