All across the City, you celebrated the holidays. And Alive! was there!
Here in February, Alive! continues its coverage of the City Social Season 2019, with stories and photos from Club staff … and sent in by you, too. Enjoy the memories!
- DWP Contract Operations
- Economic and Workforce Development Department
- Harbor Employees Club
- Public Works/Sanitation Recycling
- DWP Metro Reading groups
DWP’s Contract Operations hosts annual holiday party.
DWP’s Contract Operations office in Lincoln Heights held its holiday party. Other units from Groups attended as well, including Street Lighting and Metro Vegetation.
Thanks to Linda Ulibarri for submitting.
EWDD hosts holiday party at HQ.
The Economic and Workforce Development Department (EWDD) hosted its annual holiday party at its headquarters downtown.
More than 100 staff members attended.
Special thanks go to Jaime Francisco and Michael Cole for their help in making the holiday party images available of the holiday party.
Harbor Employees Club hosts holiday party.
On Dec. 13, the Harbor Dept. Employees Club (HDEC) hosted its annual holiday dinner/dance at The Grand – the Long Beach Events Center. This year’s theme was “The Nightmare Before Christmas.”
Special thanks go to Marco Sanchez, Civil Engineer, Harbor, for submitting the images and information.
PW/Sanitation Recycling hosts holiday party.
On Dec. 10, Public Works/Sanitation’s Solid Resources Citywide Recycling Division held its annual holiday party at El Cholo Mexican Restaurant in LA.
Employee recognition awards were also presented at the holiday party.
The Club donated raffle gifts, which were “a big hit! We plan to include them in next year’s annual holiday division meeting,” says Recenia Rayford-McClellan. “Thanks again!”
Special thanks go to Recenia Rayford-McClellan and Division Manager Marisela Reyes for the submissions.
DWP’s Metro groups hold annual holiday party.
On Dec. 24, the DWP’s Metro Reading, Field Service and Field Collection groups held their annual holiday party. The party was held at the Temple Street Yard.
The party included catered food by In N Out mobile truck, a photo booth, a caricaturist, face painting, a Mickey Mouse appearance, an arts and craft table and an amazing dessert table.
It was a fantastic celebration for all in attendance, which included Metro Field personnel and their families.
Special thanks go to Cynthia Billingslea, DWP Customer Service Representative.