The tradition continues...
Memorial Day 2023
Veterans' Memorial Ceremony
The Alley Cats - The Do-Re-Mi's of Doo-Wop
What a great time!
Photos by Andrew Lewis
As part of our organization’s continuing efforts to offer the community both entertaining and educational experiences through live performance, the ACC hosted this special presentation, which is presented in conjunction with The Music Center’s Arts Grown L.A., a community collaboration created to deepen and expand the reach of free artistic events and performances throughout L.A. County.
The Alley Cats are an American doo-wop group singing in a cappella. The group originated in 1987, when a concert choir program was having a variety night occurring at Fullerton College. The Alley Cats' unparalleled Doo Wop show blends America's most known and loved music with comedy and showmanship that will have your audiences begging for their return! With their signature 90-minute Doo Wop show, their unforgettable Holiday show, and their acclaimed educational programs, The Alley Cats always serve up a great time!
Arts Grown L.A., a TMC Arts program, builds on The Music Center's highly successful partnerships with community groups and local artists to offer free, family-friendly performances and artmaking experiences for all ages. In collaboration with community locations such as libraries, community centers and parks among other sites, Music Center artists bring their creativity and talents to many neighborhoods across Los Angeles County. Performances, workshops and special experiences highlight the diverse cultural traditions of the county and the world.
On Memorial Day, May 30, 2022, the beautiful Veterans' Memorial Monument and accoutrements, produced by four Eagle Scout Candidates, was unveiled and the scouts were honored. It was witnessed by a very large number of veterans, boy scouts, local dignitaries and interested citizens.
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Photos by Andy Lewis and Kathleen Larsen
Paint Night - 2021
Another fun-filled fundraiser
for the Acton Community Club!
The Acton Community Center held the annual Duckie Drop May 2nd at the Acton Rangers Gymkhana at Vincent Hill Station. The Board thanks the following for their help in making this fun event a success: Acton Rangers, Acton Country Market, Anita Closson, Elijah Closson, Pat Guessferd, Ruthann Renaux, Cari McLane, Joann Wayland, Sandy Madsen, Mark Schubert, Kathleen Larsen, The Acton Royal Court (Miss Acton Jadelyn Cristalinas, Teen Miss Acton Cienna Taksony, Junior Miss Acton Olivia Taksony, Young Miss Acton Cassia Demyen) and all who bought tickets.
Acton Community Center Board: Calvin Oglesby, President: Shayne Bilinski, Vice President; Sue Fraterman, Secretary: Terry Wood, Treasurer: Frank Galvan, Immediate Past President.
Special thanks to our amazing “duck,” Pat Guessferd and her trusty assistant, Elijah Closson, Wearing the famous duckie costume and the duckie hat respectively, Pat and Elijah circulated through the grounds at the event, making friends, posing for photos and assisting the Royal Court as they circulated with cups of refreshing watermelon for sale. The winds blew but the mild temperature and sunny skies made for an entertaining and fun day to be outside with friends and family and supporting the Acton Community Center.
Shouting out a big "Thank You!"