Updates

Anaheim’s nonprofit partner to address homelessness is City Net and the organization’s Director of Programs Gigi Zanganeh will be the featured speaker at our September luncheon. Ms. Zanganeh will speak about the challenges of homelessness currently facing the region and...
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A group of women who were childhood friends of Shelley LoRusso chose the Margie Hilgenfeld Tree Memorial Program to pay tribute to their friend’s daughter Olivia Hope LoRusso who passed away from leukemia recently at the age of 12. In...
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The Green Bird team of Anaheim is celebrating its third year keeping Anaheim beautiful. It started when a group of residents and volunteers got together to pick up litter – just for an hour. Dressed in green vest and armed...
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Congratulations to six talented young artists who were recognized this evening by the Anaheim City Council for being selected as the winners in their grade category for Anaheim Beautiful’s Community Pride Poster Contest. Participation in the contest is open to...
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A huge shout out to our Gala sponsors whose generosity and financial support made it once again possible for Anaheim Beautiful to continue the tradition of it’s annual awards Gala for the 46th year! These days, hosting large fundraising events...
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We feel very fortunate to have professional saxophonist Kirsten Edkins set to perform at our Gala next Wednesday. Kirsten maintains a diverse career: from a regular horn player on NBC’s The Voice, to performing regularly with Seth MacFarlane and jazz...
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We are getting very excited as the date nears for our 46th Annual Gala where we have the opportunity to honor and thank our members for all they do throughout the year. As tradition has it, we will be highlighting...
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Another successful cleanup event happened on Saturday thanks to the partnership between Anaheim Beautiful, the Anaheim Rotary Club, Superior Inc. and the City of Anaheim along with a hardworking group of volunteers. The Balsam Curtis Neighborhood, adopted by the Anaheim Rotary...
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One of Anaheim Beautiful’s most successful programs is the Adopt-A-Neighborhood program which began in 2009 as a partnership with the Anaheim Rotary Club. Volunteers come together to help clean up a neighborhood and get to know the residents by working...
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Despite recent heavy rains, the drought goes on in Southern California and residents and businesses alike are making the switch to water saving landscape design. The third annual WaterSmart Landscape Awards, a program presented by the City of Anaheim Public...
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