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The City of La Mirada and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9148 invite the community to its 62nd Memorial Day Service on Monday, May 30th at 10:00 a.m. The Service is at Olive Lawn Memorial Park, 13926 La Mirada Blvd., La Mirada, CA. The Service will include

The City of La Mirada and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9148 invite the community to its 62nd Memorial Day Service on Monday, May 30th at 10:00 a.m. The Service is at Olive Lawn Memorial Park, 13926 La Mirada Blvd., La Mirada, CA.

The Service will include vocal tributes, special tributes to fallen soldiers, guest speaker, Major Ed Choi, placing of memorial wreaths and flowers by VFW Post 9148 and Auxiliary, City of La Mirada, and community organizations including Ebell, Kiwanis, Rotary, and Union Army of the West.

The Service provides a venue for all ages to give thanks for our military’s sacrifices. The significance of the cost our soldiers have come to bear to preserve our way of life and the freedoms granted by their choices will never be forgotten. We asked them to give their all…. they did. They ask to be remembered one day a year, and we will.

Seating is limited so guests are encouraged to bring their own blanket or lawn chair for seating.

For more information about the Memorial Day Service call La Mirada VFW Post 9148 at (562) 903-1185 or Olive Lawn Memorial Park at (562)943-1718 or the City of La Mirada Community Services at (562)943-7277.



CONCUSSION & HEAD INJURIES

The “Youth Sports Concussion Protocols” became effective in California on January 1, 2017.  The new protocols (contained in California Health & Safety Code Section 124235) mandate, amongst other requirements, that every coach shall be required to complete a concussion and head injury education course, either online or in person, BEFORE supervising any athlete in a youth sports organization.  Furthermore, it requires all athletes over 17 years of age and parents of athletes under 17 years of age to read, sign, and return a concussion and head injury information sheet BEFORE the athlete can commence practice or competition.

Managers and Coaches should look under our Manager's Page tab (on the left side) for information pertaining to approved concussion and head injury education courses.

Parents will be required to review and sign a concussion and head injury information sheet (see Documents tab, above) to the team manager PRIOR to the first practice.

For more information, the entire Youth Sports Concussion Protocols can be reviewed at: Youth Sports Concussion Protocols.


REMINDER: LOS COYOTES FIELDS OFF-LIMITS UNTIL 4:30 PM

NO ONE IS ALLOWED OUT ON ANY PORTION OF LOS COYOTES (EXCEPT THE PARKING LOT) BEFORE 4:30 PM, MONDAY - FRIDAY

The basketball court area and the baseball fields are now being monitored by the school and the school district. Please do not jeopardize the league's useage agreement with the district by attempting to access the playing fields before 4:30 PM.