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Río Hondo College

  • Río Hondo College To Host Art Showcase for Alumna

    Río Hondo College will welcome back Danie Cansino, an alumna, artist and adjunct professor at the USC Roski School of Art and Design, for a solo art show at the Río Hondo College Art Gallery. The show, titled “Despuès: A collection of works by Danie Cansino,” will feature Latino-inspired imagery. A special reception ceremony will be held at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 7 at the gallery, with the exhibit running from Thursday, Feb. 2 to Thursday, March 2. Regular viewing hours are between 10 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. For more information about the reception ceremony and gallery, please contact abalcom@riohondo.edu. The Río Hondo College Art Gallery is located at 3600 Workman Mill Road, Whittier, Room B-14.

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  • Río Hondo College to Install Re-elected Board of Trustees Members

    Río Hondo College will host an Oath of Office ceremony for its re-elected Board of Trustees members Anais Medina Diaz, representing Area 1 for El Monte, and Oscar Valladares, representing Area 5 for East Whittier. The date of the Oath Office for Rosaelva Lomeli, representing Area 3, will be determined at a later date. The event will include an introduction of the Board of Trustees members, a few words from Superintendent/President Dr. Marilyn Flores and oaths administered by the Honorable Janice Hahn, Chair of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, Fourth District and the Honorable Hilda Solis, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisor, First District.

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  • Río Hondo College Board of Trustees Celebrated with Oath of Office Ceremony

    Río Hondo College honored its re-elected Board of Trustees members Oscar Valladares, Anais Medina Diaz and Rosaelva Lomeli with an Oath of Office ceremony at the Río Café on Dec. 14. Valladares and Medina Diaz took the Oath of Office during the event, affirming that they will continue to fulfill the duties of Board of Trustees members and uphold the vision, mission and values of Río Hondo College. Lomeli, who was unable to attend the event, will have her oath administered at a later date. The ceremony included an introduction of the elected officials by Director of Government and Community Relations Dr. Russell Castañeda-Calleros and a few words by Superintendent/President Dr. Marilyn Flores.

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