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Special Thanks to Corporate Sponsors

Special Thanks to Our Corporate Sponsors!

A number of years ago, we launched a corporate sponsorship program that included leading businesses from throughout the east San Gabriel Valley. These generous corporate supporters, whose values align with the values of Foothill Christian School, have helped make many of our school’s improvements possible.

This month, we honor America’s Christian Credit Union, Glendora, and President and CEO, Mendell Thompson. Last September, Mendell was presented the Angel in Adoption award by the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCAI), after being nominated by Senator Roger Wicker of Mississippi. In recent weeks, Mendell—after receiving strong encouragement from friends in the community—has entered the race to win a seat on Glendora’s City Council.

It is always good to see respected leaders, like Mendell, step forward to serve. It’s just another expression of a life committed to helping others!   Congratulations, Mendell, on your decision to represent the City of Glendora.

We are also grateful for Dr. Jamison Pawley—Pawley Orthodonics—for being EVENT SPONSOR for the 2015 Foothill Christian School Jog A Thon/Wheel A Thon, to be held on Saturday, March 14th at Whitcomb High School, Glendora.

Many thanks, as well, to Century 21, Marty Rodriguez, Glendora, who—for the fourth straight year—TITLE SPONSOR of the 2015 Annual Charity Golf Classic, to be held on Monday, May 18th at South Hills Country Club, West Covina.

corporate sponsors

Foothill Family Dental Group, Glendora

NuHome Financial, San Dimas

Olley Foundation, Glendora

Pawley Orthodontics, Glendora

The Legend Group, San Dimas

WF Construction, La Verne

For more information about Foothill’s Corporate Sponsorship program, contact FCS Educational Foundation at: fcsedfoundation.org.

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