Rain or shine, the day of service is happening
Inspired by the Love Our Cities movement started in Modesto, California, Love La Mirada began with the support of a dozen local church leaders who met together to consider how they might challenge their congregations to partner with other organizations and residents of La Mirada for the good of our city. Others joined together to form a team to start up an official organization dedicated to helping people discover more about our city, serve together to improve our neighborhoods, and connect with other residents of La Mirada into greater community.
One of the first steps that Love La Mirada is taking is to organize a Day of Service for the city parks, schools, and neighborhoods, which will take place on Saturday, April 30, 2016 (sign up for a project here). The La Mirada City Council, Chamber of Commerce, and many volunteer organizations are excited about this movement — we hope you will join us as well!
Please let us know if there are other projects that exist along the same lines of what we are doing — we’d love to support all good things that are happening in our city. Email us at email@example.com.
Misty Cota: Local Realtor with Keller Williams & Member of La Mirada Foursquare Church
Vaniah De Rojas: Administrative Analyst with the City of La Mirada
Michael Guerrero: Local Businessman & Member of Granada Heights Friends Church
Ralph Miley: Pastor, La Mirada Foursquare Church
Jason Ko: Pastor, Community Presbyterian Church of La Mirada
Greg Stump: Pastor, Redeemer Church
Javier Toyos: Pastor, La Mirada First Church of the Nazarene
Dicky Velasquez: Pastor, Olive Branch Calvary Chapel
Chairman: Zoro Mer
Event Lead: Misty Cota
Administration Lead: Allison Schuster
Vaniah De Rojas, Larry Dietrich, Maitland Gray, Sandra Green, Michael Guerrero, Jarrod Kietlhy, Jason Ko, Pia Mabini, Ralph & Desiree Miley, Jack Miranda, Stephanie Rice, Renee Romero, Greg Stump, Javier Toyos, Dicky Velasquez, Jim Zoellner