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City of Brea Centennial Steering Committee

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Group photo of the Brea Centennial Steering Committee.  Top Row: Tim Harvey-historical society, Isaiah Emaguna-youth rep., Pastor Rick Dardin-ministerial association, Anabel King-youth rep., Chris Emeterio-city empl., Chris Reimer-city empl., Wayne Wedin-past city council, Terry Halcom-member at large, Cindy Ryan-city empl., John Bickel-historical society, Barbara Ott-school district, P.J. Smith-Lions club, Joanne Todd-senior center, Mayor Christine Marick, Sean Matlock-city empl., Heidi Gallegos-chamber, Liz Pharis-city empl., and Bill Higgins-Rotary club. Bottom row: Denise Terrazas-member at large, Bev Perry-past city council, Keith Fullington-member at large, Wendi Gensel-city empl., Mayor Pro Tem Cecilia Hupp, Carrie Hernandez-city empl., Pat Treymayne-city empl., Amber Ahlo-city empl., and Carolyn Campbell-member at large. Missing: Holli Kittleson-city empl. and Coley Fisher-member at large.

Group photo of the Brea Centennial Steering Committee.
Top Row from left to right: Tim Harvey-historical society, Isaiah Emaguna-youth rep., Pastor Rick Dardin-ministerial association, Anabel King-youth rep., Chris Emeterio-city empl., Chris Reimer-city empl., Wayne Wedin-past city council, Terry Halcom-member at large,
Cindie Ryan-city empl., John Bickel-historical society, Barbara Ott-school district, P.J. Smith-Lions club, Joanne Todd-senior center, Mayor Christine Marick, Sean L. Matlock-city empl., Heidi Gallegos-chamber, Liz Pharis-city empl., and Bill Higgins-Rotary club.
Bottom row from left to right: Denise Terrazas-member at large, Bev Perry-past city council, Keith Fullington-member at large, Wendi Gensel-city empl., Mayor Pro Tem Cecilia Hupp, Carrie Hernandez-city empl., Pat Tremayne-city empl., Amber Ahlo-city empl., and Carolyn Campbell-member at large. Not shown: Holli Kittleson-city empl. and Coley Fisher-member at large.


    Last evening was our first of many meetings to come in planning Brea’s centennial celebration 2017! The group is comprised of nine city employees and 20 community members. Twenty-seven were present last evening at the Brea Community Center.

      The green t-shirt that former Mayor Bev Perry is holding up in the photo dates back to Brea’s Jubilee Parade in celebration of Brea’s 75-year anniversary. Longtime Brean and Assistant City Manager/Community Services Director, Chris Emeterio, actually wore it on that special day.

        The meeting was two hours long, with the last hour spent brainstorming.

          We have an amazing group of enthusiastic people. The journey has just begun and there were so many creative ideas!

            We'll take you along the way in keeping you informed as decisions are made and let you know when we need your help. Because after all, this is a once-in-a-lifetime-event!
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"Thank you" for visiting Beautiful Brea Old & New (BBON). First & foremost, I am a proud mother & wife. I am also a well-rounded freelance consultant. But you can call me an enthusiastic cheerleader, supporting and promoting the city of Brea and its historic iconic Charlie's Clock turned "Charlie the Clock!" Click on the front page illustration to read about the beloved time traveling cartoon clock!

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