The Assembly Gets Cool
Thanks to a Neighborhood Reinvestment Grant from the County of San Diego and Supervisor Greg Cox, District One,and the efforts spearheaded by Lisa Johnson and Pam Hamilton Lester, the hall now has much-needed air conditioning. As many of you who endured meetings there during the past two summers know, the hall can get extremely hot. Of course, installing the A/C probably means we no longer will have extreme heat but just in case, we will be prepared. Because the A/C system is operated via Wi Fi, that means the hall will now offer Wi Fi to our tenants.
Our next meeting is December 14.
For the past month the Assembly has been hosting a Holiday Book Drive on behalf of the reading programs at Cabrillo Elementary School. The books will be presented at our holiday party, where our speaker will be Cabrillo Librarian Vanessa Stokely. Bring books from your own collection or purchase books from any retailer. Assembly Business Sponsor La Playa Books can help you find books from the list compiled by Vanessa. You can find the list in the right column. Doors Doors open 3:30pm, program to follow.
Read our December newsletter
Our mission is to promote literary, social, educational, philanthropic, civic, and artistic work and to restore and
maintain the building at 3035 Talbot Street.
Please donate gently used books during our Book Drive to Support the Children at Cabrillo Elementary Info Here
Remember to tell your neighbors and friends about our beautiful Assembly Building which is for rent
for all type of occasions.