• Local Students to be Featured at ‘Evening at The Huntington’


    The San Marino Chamber of Commerce is hatching big plans to make this year’s ‘Evening at the Huntington’ an evening every San Marino resident won’t want to miss.

    The Chamber’s annual event this year is a salute to San Marino’s Centennial, and will include performances by the Huntington Middle School Jazz Band, and a number from ‘Hairspray,’ performed by the SMHS Performing Arts cast of this year’s musical.

    “The Centennial celebration this past year has been a look back at San Marino’s beginning and the Chamber believes that our future lies in the youth of our community,” said  event chair Anne Turk. “It was an easy decision to invite the students to be a part of our big night. I can’t say what exactly they’ll be performing, you must attend in person to see and hear, but I can say, they will be a welcome addition to our festivities.”

    Their performances will be in addition to the live music provided by the big band style of The Maestros, a local non-profit musical club based in Pasadena. The Maestros are returning for their fourth year.  Turk said “we have had such rave reviews about the music the past several years, that I can’t imagine doing the event without The Maestros!”

    “Last year over 250 guests attended the event, and we are expecting even more this year as the Chamber salutes the City of San Marino and celebrates its centennial,” said Chamber President Joanna Jimenez.

    She added that the event wouldn’t even be possible without the continued enthusiastic financial support of its sponsors.

    Three Chamber members have once again sponsored the event this year. Ellen’s Silkscreening, Roque & Associates – Amerprise Financial and California American Water Company have all shown their support for the event.

    The San Marino Tribune is once again the exclusive media sponsor of the event. Pre-paid reservations are $25 per person until May 10, $35 at the door, and are available online at sanmarinochamber.com or by calling the Chamber office at (626) 286-1022.

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