Engineering corporation partners with St. Catherine Labouré School for student automotive design challenge
On Dec. 9, students at St. Catherine Labouré School in Torrance competed in the first round of an automotive design competition sponsored by Honeywell Corporation and the Society for Automotive Engineers.
Eight teams of students worked for more than two months to build electric-powered vehicle prototypes, develop a business proposal and showcase their work in a public presentation with an accompanying video.
On Dec. 15, Sister Gerard Earls, CCVI, a civic leader and advocate for Long Beach’s underserved members, was honored by the Long Beach City Council for her 16 years of service to the health and welfare of the community.
The William H. Hannon Foundation has donated a $10,000 grant to St. Pius X-St. Matthias Academy (PMA) in Downey. The foundation seeks to improve public and private elementary schools in the greater Los Angeles area.
On Nov. 12, the Gilbert and Jacki Cisneros Foundation became the recipient of a Community Service Award for their support of higher education. The foundation has donated millions of dollars in scholarships to Hispanic students in need of financial support.
The Worldwide Marriage Encounter will host a weekend retreat for married couples Nov. 7-9 at St. Dominic Savio Church in Bellflower.
The Mission Circle at St. John Fisher Church is requesting donations for the children at the St. Bernadette´s Children´s Centre in Peru. Father Tony Coney opened the center after witnessing the neglected children on the streets of San Martin de Porres in Lima, Peru.
Earlier this month, Marymount California University in Rancho Palos Verdes welcomed a special visit from an esteemed alumnus: Benedictine Father Cassian DiRocco, associate pastor at Mary Star of the Sea Church in San Pedro.
St. Anthony High School recently hosted a very special party in the courtyard of this historic Long Beach campus, welcoming alumni, students, parents, staff, faculty and community members to celebrate the school’s 95th anniversary.
Marymount California University in Rancho Palos Verdes is presenting a free independent film series named in remembrance of Takuma Ito and Go Matsuura, two Japanese Marymount film students who were tragically killed in 1994.
The Mary and Joseph Retreat Center in Rancho Palos Verdes is kicking off the fall season with several day retreats covering a range of topics, from exploring the “language of our soul” to offering faith support and guidance for cancer patients.
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