4th of July in the Fourth District
Assembly Member Young Kim kicked off Independence Day with an evening of patriotic and classical music provided by Deliverus Ensemble and The Park Trio. Diane’s staff attended the event along with Congressman Ed Royce and Fullerton Mayor Greg Sebourn. Honored at the event was Congressman Ed Royce’s father, Ed Royce Sr., recognized as Assemblywoman Young Kim’s Veteran of the Year for his service in World War II. This wonderful event was the first of many around the district for the July 4th weekend.
Old is New in Tustin
Long established businesses have a special place in a city’s history with the contributions and support they provide over time. The Tustin Ranch Golf Club, now in its 25th year, exemplifies this with their first class course, dining options and entertainment. The Tustin Chamber of Commerce attended a ribbon cutting for the newly remodeled dining room with Tustin Mayor Charles “Chuck” Puckett and other local elected officials, including a representative from Assembly Member Donald Wagner’s office. The managers at Tustin Ranch Golf Club strive to bring patrons an updated experience every time they walk through the doors, and in doing so bring golden opportunities to their community.
Waking up La Palma
America is the world’s largest consumer of coffee with 83% of adults having a cup every day, fueling the $30 billion-a-year industry. A member of Diane’s staff attended a ribbon cutting for a new Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf in La Palma, a welcomed development for the small and vibrant North Orange County city.