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COPA to be Recognized by Pasadena Mexican Heritage Association

Community Organization of Pasadena for Advancement in Education honored for their contributions to the Pasadena community, July

By LatinoLA Contributor
Published on LatinoLA: July 19, 2013


COPA to be Recognized by Pasadena Mexican Heritage Association


The Community Organization of Pasadena for Advancement in Education (COPA), will be recognized by the Pasadena Mexican American Heritage Association (PMAHA) for their contributions to the Pasadena Community through a bench dedication at the Eaton Blanche Park in Pasadena.

COPA was founded in 1981, in an effort to organize the community of professional women in Pasadena. The members of COPA help disseminate news and information regarding Latina/Chicana issues. In addition, COPA promotes programs, provides resources and financial support through scholarships that will help empower young Latinas to achieve their dreams of higher education. Since its inception, COPA has provided more than 150 scholarships to deserving young women in the community.

WHO:

Darlene Leyba, President, COPA
Bill Bogaard, Mayor, Pasadena
Carol Liu, Senator
Judy Chu, Congress
Chris Holden, Assemblyman
Gene Masuda, Councilman
Victor Gordo, Councilman
Steven Madison, Councilman
Phillip Sanchez, Chief of Police, City of Pasadena
John Perez, Commander
Jon Gundry, Superintendent, Pasadena Unified School District

WHEN:

Saturday, July 20th, 2013
1:00 p.m.

WHERE:
Eaton Blanche Park
3100 E Del Mar Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91107





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