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Up next on the Alhambra Source Podcast: Kids and Candidates

Alhambra High School ASB Vice President Ryan Wu (right) and ASB PR Director Winston Yan (left) closing the event with thanks to participating candidates and community members. Photo by Bastian Mendez.


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On Oct. 11, 2018 Alhambra Source partnered with a coalition of community organizations to co-sponsor Kids and Candidates – A Community Engagement forum at Alhambra High School. Katherine Lee, Andrea Lofthouse-Quesada and Adele Andrade-Stadler engaged in a lively discussion with a USC moderator about some of Alhambra’s most pressing issues.

The mission of the Kids and Candidates Forum was to give Alhambra City Council candidates the opportunity to discuss the various issues affecting Alhambra and provide residents and students with an opportunity to hear the candidates’ positions on these issues. Listen here:

Kids and Candidates was co-sponsored by a community partnership made up of the Alhambra Preservation Group, Grassroots Alhambra, the Alhambra Teachers Association, Alhambra Latino Association and Alhambra Source.

Read our interviews with Alhambra City Council Candidates here.

Find our original coverage of the Kids and Candidates – A Community Engagement Forum here.

This episode was produced by Stephanie Monte and edited by Dominic Tovar and Phoenix Tso.

Music by the Alhambra High School Jazz Band.

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