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CD1 Councilmember Eunisses Hernandez joins Teresa Bonsell and Lynda Valencia at the ASNC Holiday Event December 10 at Sycamore Park Foursquare Church.

Monterey Hills celebrated fall at Budd Weiner Park. Among those coming to share were the Los Angeles Public Library, the Audubon Center, CERT, Supervisor Hilda Solis with a generous donation of fresh produce, and the new occupants of Parcel S Otsuunga soon to establish the Native Ways Learning Center.

ASNC's Back to School event drew a big crowd on foot and driving through. Thanks to all the generous donations from Council offices Gil Cedillo and Kevin de Leon, County Supervisor Hilda Solis, State Senator Maria Elena Durazo, State Assemblymember Wendy Carrillo, Avenue 50 Studio, Metro, Baby2Baby, Grocery Outlet and Sycamore Park Foursquare Church.

Montecito Heights Representative Steve Austin throws out the first pitch on Montecito Rec Center's baseball season opening day, April 23, 2022.

December 18, 2021 ASNC celebrated the Winter Solstice with neighbor Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council by planting trees in Sycamore Grove Park. Mt. Washington rep Joseph DesBarres can be seen at the left signing up participants and sharing ASNC information.

Holiday Drive-Thru Dec. 11 at Montecito Heights Rec Center was a huge success, thanks to the amazing organizing of ASNC's Community Interest Rep Teresa Bonsell who pulled together contributions from CD1 Councilmember Gil Cedillo, Avenue 50 Studio, Food for Less, Mayor Eric Garcetti, CD14 Councilmember Kevin de Leon, State Senator Maria Elena Durazo, Assemblymember Wendy Carrillo, Congressman Jimmy Gomez and Community Labor Relations. Many thanks to ASNC volunteers Steve Austin who served as Santa Claus, Lynda Valencia and her granddaughter Jamie, Alan Meier, Hasti Khodabakhsh and ASNC media staff Brenda Rees and Martha Benedict.

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The Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council (ASNC) was certified in 2002 under the Charter of the City of Los Angeles to advise L.A.'s elected officials and departments regarding local and citywide governmental issues on behalf of the stakeholders of Montecito Heights, Monterey Hills, Mount Washington and Sycamore Grove. It is, effectively, the focused voice of these communities on a broad range of important issues: the delivery of city services, public safety, land use and open space, economic development, the environment, arts and culture, and more. ASNC Bylaws

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