senior citizens

Councilmembers Harris-Dawson and Hutt Honor Mothers in the Community

The sunny day was a perfect backdrop for an early celebration to honor and appreciate the mothers who contribute to the betterment of their neighborhoods. On Thursday, May 11, Councilmembers Heather Hutt and Marqueece Harris-Dawson brought over 500 mothers together for an unforgettable afternoon luncheon filled with music and laughter. “Gathering as a community to honor and celebrate the incredible contributions of mothers is a powerful reminder of the strength and resilience that lies within us. When we honor our mothers, we honor ourselves. At the luncheon, we witnessed the true essence of South L.A.,” remarked Harris-Dawson. The luncheon, titled

Manning Brings Passion to Serve Others as Hawthorne Councilmember 

Assisting others comes naturally to Katrina Manning and that having trait will help her excel as a member of the Hawthorne City Council.  Elected in November 2022, Manning aims to serve the city’s 90,000 residents by emphasizing public safety, economic development, helping the homeless and investing in young people and senior citizens.  She believes concentrating on those areas will improve the quality of life for the citizens of Hawthorne