• San Marino’s Families Can Be a Part of the Centennial


    Be a part of San Marino Centennial history – by sharing your own history.

    The San Marino Tribune is publishing the only commemorative San Marino Centennial book that celebrates San Marino families.

    Our glossy, full-color San Marino Centennial Tribute Book – scheduled to publish on March 28 – will honor all that makes our city special: Our city government and award-winning school district, police and fire departments, the Crowell Library, the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens – along with the clubs, organizations, youth and sports groups and charitable operations that contribute to the ambiance of San Marino and make this such a wonderful place to live.

    There will also be greetings from area dignitaries and politicians as well as families, who make the town special, honoring their community’s milestone.

    Have fun designing your family’s page with memories from your photo albums, personalized messages and your own family artwork.

    One third of the proceeds generated from San Marino Family ads will be donated to the San Marino Schools Foundation in an effort to assist California’s top-ranked unified school district – a title it has held for a decade.

    The deadline to reserve your family’s space is February 22. For more information, or to guarantee your spot, please contact the San Marino Tribune at (626) 792-4925.

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