All things Real Estate
Join us on Wednesday February 22 from 5:30-7pm at Bodega Wine Bar
for some merry networking.
Free appetizers and Happy Hour prices!
Meet n greet with Phil Hosp who is running for Pasadena city council.
-Have fun while doing some good-
A portion of proceeds goes to 5acres.
Bodega Wine Bar is located at 300 E Colorado Blvd inside the Paseo shopping center.
About Phil Hosp:
"I am running to represent District 7 on the Pasadena City Council on the March 7, 2017 ballot.
I’m running for City Council to maintain and improve the quality of life in our neighborhoods and to put the needs and desires of current residents first. As your councilmember, I will be devoted and dedicated to effectively representing you and your interests on the City Council and the policies that you support or oppose. I take very seriously that I am there to represent you, your needs and your concerns.
Protecting the quality of life in our neighborhoods requires a city council representative who is reliable, steady and focused on controlling development, reducing crime and traffic, protecting the environment and enhancing home values and overall quality of life. My campaign for City Council is about putting the needs and desires of Pasadena’s current residents first."
District 7 includes the South Lake Business and Playhouse Districts, Caltech and Pasadena City College as well as Hamilton Elementary, McKinley School, Blair International Baccalaureate School, St. Philip the Apostle School and Polytechnic School. District 7 is home to many of Pasadena’s most attractive neighborhoods.
"We recently celebrated a remarkable birthday for Five Acres – 128 years of uninterrupted service to Southern California caring for vulnerable children and their families. Originally founded in downtown LA as an orphanage, our initial mission was simply to provide safety to children who had no home. In time, our mission expanded to also focus on the well-being of our clients and caring for the mental and emotional health of children who were increasingly coming to us as a result of abuse or neglect. Having grown to an agency caring for nearly 8,500 children and family members annually across five counties, we now strive for permanency – a permanent, loving home – for all those in our care.
These three pillars; safety, well-being and permanency provide the framework for all of Five Acres’ current programs and they will guide our steps in the future as we continue seeking even more effective means of caring for children and families in crisis. For over 128 years Five Acres has been committed to preserving successful childcare programs and developing innovative services for children and families in crisis. With over 100,000 clients served since its founding in 1888, Five Acres currently cares for 8,500 children and families annually, across five counties including Los Angeles."