πŸ₯ Pasadena Free Health Fair

Issue #117

❀️ In this issue of Pasadena Spotlight 

🌀️ Pasadena, CA Weather

πŸ₯ Pasadena Senior Center to Host Free Health Fair with U.S. Congresswoman Judy Chu

πŸŽ‰Β Pasadena Welcomes Two Leap Year Babies at Huntington Hospital

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🏘️ Pasadena Rent Stabilization Department Hosts Educational Workshop for Landlords and Property Managers

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Morning (5 am - 10 am) The day starts with a cool and cloudy morning. Expect temperatures around 52Β°F with a 77% chance of rain and a gentle southwesterly breeze of 8 mph. Dress in warm layers, waterproof clothing, and bring an umbrella to stay cozy and dry.

Noon (11 am - 1 pm) As the day progresses, the rain continues with temperatures hovering around 53Β°F. The wind picks up slightly, blowing from the southwest at 11 mph. Make sure to keep your umbrella handy and wear waterproof shoes.

Afternoon (2 pm - 5 pm) The showers continue in the afternoon, with temperatures dropping slightly to 53Β°F. The wind speed decreases to 9 mph, blowing from the southwest. Keep your waterproof gear on and stay prepared for occasional showers.

Evening (6 pm - 11 pm) Rain is expected to continue into the evening, with temperatures around 50Β°F. The wind speeds decrease to 7 mph, blowing from the southwest. Keep your umbrella handy and dress in warm layers to stay comfortable throughout the night.

Pasadena Senior Center to Host Free Health Fair with U.S. Congresswoman Judy Chu

Sun Prairie lost it’s volunteer fire captain during an accidental explosion. I took this photo during the procession that took place to honor our fallen firefighter.

In Pasadena, U.S. Congresswoman Judy Chu is organizing a free health fair at the Pasadena Senior Center on March 15.

The event will include health and hearing screenings, as well as information on Medicare health plans. Local and regional organizations such as Huntington Hospital and The Hear Center will be participating.

Rep. Chu will also provide updates on legislation focused on bolstering the health care system, Social Security, and Medicare, as the 14th anniversary of the Affordable Care Act approaches on March 23.

The Pasadena Senior Center, which operates solely on donor support, offers various programs and services aimed at enhancing the lives of older adults throughout the San Gabriel Valley.

With a growing aging population, the center is committed to addressing the needs of older adults by offering nationally recognized innovative programs.

Pasadena Welcomes Two Leap Year Babies at Huntington Hospital

Shortest month of the year

Huntington Hospital in Pasadena celebrated the arrival of two leap year babies, Sophia Renee and Damian Andres, on February 29th.

This rare occurrence is part of a unique phenomenon that affects approximately 4.1 million people worldwide, with about 187,000 in the United States.

Leaplings have a distinctive way of calculating their age, often celebrating their birthday on either February 28 or March 1 in non-leap years.

Notable leaplings include hip-hop artist Ja Rule, motivational speaker Tony Robbins, and the iconic superhero Superman.

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Pasadena Rent Stabilization Department Hosts Educational Workshop for Landlords and Property Managers

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The Pasadena Rent Stabilization Department is gearing up to host an educational workshop, titled "Beyond the Basics," tailored for landlords and property managers.

Scheduled to be conducted via Zoom on March 19, the workshop will delve into crucial topics such as rent control regulations, just cause for evictions, and the application of Section 8 to Pasadena's rent control laws.

Facilitated by Stephanie Chandler, Esq. of the Housing Rights Center, the workshop aims to offer valuable insights from an attorney about compliance with the measure and general experiences.

Additionally, Rent Stabilization Department Interim Executive Director Phillip Leclair will provide an overview of the new City department. Due to limited space, registration for the workshop is highly encouraged.

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