Holiday fun with music from the Wilson High School Choir. Santa delivered on a fire truck with blaring sirens. Polly's Coffee hot chocolate plus homemade chocolate chip cookies. Then of course the countdown to the lighting of the trees. It is a great night of fun.
Be a winner when you light up your house for the holidays. A crack team of AHIA Holiday Lights Judges will cruise the neighborhood for the best of the best. It's not to early to start planning your holiday lights.
Pictured here are Jason Mundy (l) and Evan Filter (r) from the 300 block of Ultimo. This tenacious team tossed their way to victory doggedly competing and beating the finest bean bag tossers Alamitos Heights had to offer. Congratulations to our 1st Annual AHIA Bean Bag Toss Champions Evan and Jason.
Become the new Champions next year June 14, 2020 at the AHIA Picnic. Evan and Jason will defend their title against all comers.
Win next year and get your name on the trophy and display it at your house for all your friends and family to drool over.
In the late 1930's Harvard Medical School started one of the most extensive longitudinal studies ever, tracking the classes of 1939 to 1944 plus another 456 young men from the inner city of Boston.
"The clearest message that we get from this 75-year study is this: Good relationships keep us happier and healthier. Period" says Robert J. Waldinger the current head of this study.
Volunteering is a a good way to develop relationships and make a contribution to our neighborhood and community. Join us won't you? Go to the contact us page and send us message.
We like to deliver a Welcome Bag to new residents of the neighborhood whether you own your home or rent one.
We depend on our resident realtors and word of mouth from our neighbors to find out if someone new has moved into the hood.
Give us a shout if we missed you, because it wasn't on purpose.
Luke Wannemacher lives in Alamitos Heights. In October 2018, he joined a STEAM program (STEM + Arts) called Destination Imagination (“DI”). DI builds extraordinary life skills such as critical thinking, creative problem solving, teamwork and communication skills. DI blends creativity with hands-on scientific exploration. Kids get to dream up ideas, and then use scientific principles to make it real.
Luke Wannemacher, Jade Steege, Allegra Steege, Harrison Armus, Emerson La Porta and Maya Geer are The Flying Squirrels. The Flying Squirrels spent the last 6 months logging 150+ hours building, testing and learning from dozens of prototypes, as well as writing scripts, building set elements and creating props. They applied pneumatics, mathematics, aerodynamics, and rocket science, to create a device that could fly, land and drop payloads with remarkable precision. They wrote a narrative that was incredibly top-of-mind, diving into the bright and dark sides of humankind’s relationship with important evolutionary advancements with fire, trade, language and today’s use of technology, particularly the effects of social media and device addiction.
The 2019 Flying Squirrels competed in the LA Regional Tournament and the California State Tournament and won both the Technical and the Creative components of their challenge. They are headed to the 2019 Global Finals in Kansas City to compete with national and international teams.
If you would like to help the Flying Squirrels they are fundraising the trip to the Global Finals. Options for tax-deductible donations are as follows:
1) Venmo @DI-Squirrels,
2) Make a check to California Creativity Association, and mail it to Flying Squirrels 28 Prospect Ave., Long Beach, CA 90803
3) Credit card donations may be made at https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/caldi
Alamitos Heights Improvement Association
6216 E. PCH #372 Long Beach CA 90803
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