The Arcadia Chamber is proud to support the Arcadia Woman’s Club’s centennial year with a full-page ad in the venerable organization’s new commemorative publication.
Multiple Chamber members also supported the Woman’s Club with ads of their own in the collector’s edition that was introduced during a special edition of the group’s monthly lunch on May 7 that featured nearly four dozen VIP guests who represented a Who’s Who in Arcadia. Chamber marketing consultant and Ambassador Glenn Oyoung of turn3 Creative designed the Chamber’s ad for the program.
Arcadia Chamber CEO Scott Hettrick was among the dignitaries that began with Mayor John Wuo and included every City Council Member.
Woman’s Club Centennial Chairperson Floretta Lauber sought to re-create an explosive celebratory lunch program in the 1970s that featured some dramatic police demonstrations. Chief Guthrie complied by having some of his officers present a mock terrorist act amongst the lunch attendees, which can be seen in a video here at ArcadiasBest.com.
The Woman’s Club has been instrumental in the formation of many longtime Arcadia institutions and organizations, including introducing the community’s first public library and first float in the Tournament of Roses Parade, and also supported American soldiers by serving meals as far back as World War I.