WWII Veteran Herbert Moore, Retired, Controller’s Office, reflects on the Battle of the Bulge, and freedom.

He deployed into the Battle of the Bulge sweeping for mines, building bridges and fixing countless roads for the advancing Allied troops. Here’s his story...

Final Call for Club Scholarship ’19 Applications

Applications for Club Scholarship are available for completion as an online form on the Alive! Website. Deadline is 11:59 p.m., July 31, 2019...

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LA Public Library’s Top Ten: July

Here’s what LA was reading, watching and listening to...

Smart Move: Retired and Living Longer

Thanks to healthier lifestyles and breakthroughs in medical technology, life expectancy for Americans has increased significantly during the past half-century...

Claims Monthly: July

Your Club Insurance Dollars at Work

Port Police Says Thanks

Dept. honors employees, community members for great service. On May 30, the Los Angeles Port Police held its fourth annual awards ceremony honoring Port Police Officers, security officers, civilian employees, and community members. These awards...

Zoo brings back popular Roaring Nights for grown-ups this summer.

The L.A. Zoo’s Roaring Nights summer series is back and better than ever – offering fun, fascinating explorations at the intersection of music, art, and wildlife on select...

Larios in the City: July

Robert Larios, the Club’s Chief Operating Officer, honors Club members with the coveted Club Retirement Plaque.

Maggie Whelan, 1949-2019

Margaret “Maggie” Whelan, former General Manager of the City’s Personnel Dept., Club Member, and a 47-year City employee, passed away on Thursday, June 6, after a brief, courageous battle with cancer...

STORIES

Annual Lotus Festival ready to bloom.

The Lotus Festival, one of the signature cultural celebrations in the City, took place July 14-15 at Echo Park. Dates coincide with the blooming of the lotus flower.

LACERS Well hosts health extravaganza for seniors.

This year’s programs, subtitled “Living Life to its Fullest,” were held in Pomona on March 6, Lakewood on March 14 and downtown March 28...

Retirees system hosts annual picnic, volunteer fair June 20.

More than 180 City Retirees attended the LACERS Well Picnic and Volunteer Fair June 20 at Pt. Fermin Park in San Pedro. They enjoyed live music...

Carolyn James retires from Rec and Parks after 29 years of City service.

A retirement reception was held May 17 for Carolyn James, who retires as Principal Recreation Supervisor II, Rec and Parks. Carolyn retires with 29 years of City service...

Banning Residence Museum to host 11th annual food/concert fundraiser.

Friends of Banning Museum plans to celebrate the birthday of the “Father of the Los Angeles Port” Phineas Banning with a special evening of Mexican food, music and dancing. The evening is set for 5 – 8 p.m. Aug. 17...

DWP Retirees Association hosts annual picnic.

he DWP Retirees Association held its annual picnic June 1 at Whittier Narrows Recreation Park in South El Monte...

COLUMNS

ALIVE! AROUND THE WORLD: New Mexico

Alive! goes wherever you go! Club Members bring their recent copy of Alive! with them when they travel and and we publish their picture...

Life’s Important Moments: Graduations – July

Did you or a loved one get married? Have a baby? Get a promotion? Did someone graduate? Or accomplish something special? Is a family member in the military? Send in a photo and a paragraph, telling us the details. We love to share your good news.

QUESTION OF THE MONTH: What’s your advice to an employee on their first day?

Fellow City Employees answer the Question of the Month...

Hey kids! WIN! 4 FREE tickets to Raging Waters. An award package will be given for four age groups...

A Moving Event

It was great to see County Supervisor and Club Member Janice Hahn at the recent momentous event March 14 on a parking lot near LAX to break ground on the awesome new automated people...

ALIVE! AROUND THE WORLD: Norway and Arizona

Alive! goes wherever you go! Club Members bring their recent copy of Alive! with them when they travel and and we publish their picture...

Safety Is the Tipping Point

These were just some of the stories recalled by Port Police Sgt. Glenn Twardy, Club Member, in explaining why his job exists – to check for violations in the traffic code for commercial vehicles in the incredibly important Port of Los Angeles...

Congrats, Capt. Hayden!

Congratulations to Capt. Anita Hayden, Port Police, who in March graduated from the FBI’s National Academy as part of Class 275 and was also...

Goodbye, Jackie

I want to mention the retirement of a great Club Member – Jackie David, who retired in April from communications in Public Works...

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Vessel Operations keeps things clean and on the move in the...

One of the world’s largest ports needs a lot of services to keep it running smoothly – police, fire, construction, engineering, security … and sometimes simply moving things from A to B.

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