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The West San Gabriel Valley Association of Realtors awards five charitable organizations

Photographed from left to right: 2013 WSGVAR President Lee Lieberg, Executive Officer Albert Tran, 2012 President and Scholarship/Charity Committee Member Yin Bihr, 1991 and 2003 President and Scholarship/Charity Committee Member Bob Bodkin II, Midge Morrison of People to People, 2007 WSGVAR President and Scholarship/Charity Committee Member Nancy Lin, Valarie Gomez of the YMCA of West SGV and Paul Polver of Maryvale. Representatives from the Sgv Humane Society and Wounded Warrior Project are not photographed.

At an annual ceremony held on December 12, 2013, the West San Gabriel Valley Association of REALTORS® awarded five deserving charitable organizations in the community. The 2013 recipients are Maryvale, located in Rosemead with the commitment to provide healing and stability for foster youth; People for People, a food bank in San Gabriel that feeds the homeless in the community; San Gabriel Valley Humane Society, located in San Gabriel with the commitment to provide a safe place for animals until they are adopted; Wounded Warrior Project, located across the country with the commitment to honor and empower wounded warriors and help them adjust back into society; and the YMCA of West San Gabriel Valley, located in Alhambra with the commitment to help develop youth, promote healthy living and social responsibility. 

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