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Meet the New Chairman of the Board Renewing Members, You Rock!
The Woodland Hills~Tarzana Chamber 19 7 3
Photo Kathy Rappaport Flash Frozen hotography, Inc.
Hilton Woodland Hills
of Commerce is pleased to announce that François Khoury
Colleen Langford, General Manager of the Beaver’s Den Antiques, Inc. www.woodlandhills.hilton.com
Holiday Inn, a full service hotel located on
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Barbara Beaver - Cavaleri
Ventura Blvd, has been named the WHTCC
2010 Chairman of the Board. Ms. Colleen
Langford’s “Ticket to Ride” as the new
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chair began as Deborah Sable’s dedication
Frank R. Bernard
West Valley Occupational
Colleen Langford to the Chamber Community ended at the
Chamber’s February 5, 2010 Installation Gala. A fabulous Richard Wormus Maria’s Italian Kitchen
event, aptly named “Ticket to Ride,” featured a performance by www.wvoc.net Madelyn Alfano
the Beatles Tribute Band generously sponsored by the Westfield
Topanga & Promenade.
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West Hills Hospital & Medical
Colleen Langford’s high energy and enthusiasm will bring a Beverly Gilmore
new style of leadership to the board. Meanwhile, she will www.westhillshospital.com LCK Enterprises
remain focused on drawing from the past experience of the pre-
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vious leaders of the community. Rose Goldwater commented “I
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the Board. The potential to make a difference (cont. page 7)
Westfield Topanga and
Promenade Melnick Consulting Group, Inc.
Erick Klafter Mike Melnick
Michael John Miller
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Honorary Mayor of Woodland Hills for 10 years.
Michael was a 27-year member of the Woodland
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Hills~Tarzana Chamber, serving as Past Chairman Riverrock Real Estate Group I. Allan Oberman
of the Board and chairing many of our fundraising Joy Jugovic Attorney-at-Law
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events. Michael’s accomplishments and contributions
are far too numerous to list but we mention several
here. Recipient of The WHTCC 2001 Joseph Staller
Memorial Award. Topanga Station Boosters-Founders Gerald Gelfand, D.M.D.
Circle Member and Vice President of Fundraising. The UPS Store
Dental Office Leslie Frankel
Michael was 62. Born April 27, 1947 in New York City, raised in Pittsburgh
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Gerald Gelfand, D.M.D.
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and a devoted Steelers fan. He was a Vietnam veteran decorated with both
a Bronze Star for valor and a Purple Heart. After Vietnam he moved out west.
He earned his Bachelor of Science from Western New Mexico State and his
MBA in accounting from Arizona State University. He started with State Farm Our House - San Fernando
Insurance in the Arizona Sunland office in 1971 and was later promoted to Hank’s Tire Service, Inc. Valley
the California Westlake office. Steve Goldberg Randi Wolfson
Michael’s success gave him the opportunity to give back to his www.hankstire.com www.ourhouse-grief.org
community. It was a promise he kept with God for saving his leg in Vietnam. Continued on page 8.
His greatest joy was his children, Montana and Chandler. Michael is also
survived by his wife Jennifer brother, David Miller; sisters, Patti Frank and
Denise Shaw; a step sister, Terri Gay Yaria; and all of their respective spouses,
Plant Trees with Us
nieces and nephews. The Funeral Mass was held Monday, February 15, 2010,
at St. Bernardine of Siena Church in Woodland Hills. March 27th!
Michael was well known in the community as much for his warm and Beautify Ventura Boulevard.
gregarious nature as he was for his deep involvement and tireless efforts Bring out your Family, Your Staff,
on behalf of numerous charities and community organizations. Michael was Your Class, Your Team!
passionate about the Chamber and always helpful to our members.
He will be much missed and long remembered.
Join the fun. 1.818.347.4737
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Chamber Report Member Spotlight
P.O. Box 1, By Diana Williams,
Photo Kathy Rappaport Flash Frozen hotography, Inc.
Our Community Parham Nabatian,
Woodland Hills, Executive Director
founder and Chief
David and I fell
in love with Marketing Officer
20121 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 204
Woodland Hills, CA 91364
(818) 347-4737 • Fax (818) 347-3321
and Tarzana about Communications,
2010 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
13 years ago when an Internet
COLLEEN LANGFORD we moved into our Marketing, Design
Holiday Inn Woodland Hills first home right here in Woodland and Public
Chairman of the Board, Chair Beautification Relations firm.
Hills. When we hike to the top of Stunt
DEBORAH SABLE, CoreFit
Past Chair 2008, 2009 Road, Reseda Boulevard or Serrania Q. What do your duties include? I guide
Chair Educatiom, Co-Chair Programs Park with our canine boys and look businesses, non-profits and individuals on
DAVID ASPLUND down at our City, I just want to wrap how to utilize the optimum marketing
Providence Tarzana Medical Center my arms around it. The Warner Center, platforms to increase sales and visibility.
Executive Vice Chair
standing tall, and all the homes and
STEVE H. HORNSTEIN, small businesses are in one sensational
Q. What is your greatest business
CPA, LL.M., CFP™, Hornstein Law Offices accomplishment thus far? Implementing
Chief Financial Officer view. Before my eyes meet the city,
an integrated marketing campaign, we
DIANE DEATS, Deats Design they meet the vast and awe-inspiring
generated more than $10,000 of business
Corporate Secretary, Chair Marketing/P.R. canyons. As I turn to the west, the
in a month for one of our dental clients.
TRACY MYALL dramatic coast of the Pacific Ocean
Premier America Credit Union stretches as far as my eyes can see. Q. Why did you join The Chamber?
Vice Chair Operations What’s not to love? I strongly believe that a community
ANN CARLTON BOSE, Skyline Financial supporting one another will lead to
Vice Chair Community Affairs
greater achievements than individuals
Many businesses in our community are
MITCHELL DEARMAN struggling, but we can do something.
working on their own.
Westfield Topanga and Promenade
Vice Chair Programs
It is difficult that many businesses
in our community are struggling. Parham Nabatian, Chief Marketing Officer
Landmark businesses such as Deforests Infinite Communications Inc.
Woodland Hills Hilton
Vice Chair Special Events Patio and Fireside, Bernard’s Office 5121 Van Nuys Blvd. Ste. 211
Furniture, and Le Bon Bakery packing Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
CLAY ANDREWS, Warner Center Marriott
Vice Chair Special Events up and moving from Ventura
CYNTHIA ELKINS Boulevard or closing up shop, brings
Elkins Employment Law me deep concern.
Chamber Council O: 818.990.9843 - C: 818.421.8626
A few “Business Connection” Possibilities Are Endless
Paul Lawler Risk Management newsletters ago, I talked about the
CATHERINE da GAMA
small businesses in our community
GRI, E-PRO, WCR driving the economic engine and the
Outgoing Board Chair Deborah Sable
Rodeo Realty importance of support from those of us
and Dale Surowitz, recipient of the
who live, work and play here. Now, as
Joseph Staller Award.
MAX HAGHIGHI, RHU
Syndicated Insurance Agency I drive or walk from Valley Circle to
TIMOTHY COLLINS Lindley my heart sinks with the
World Financial Group
number of “For Lease” signs that
BARRY S. COHN sprinkle the boulevard.
RGEB Employee Benefits
Would making Ventura Boulevard
Western Commercial Bank more desirable help? Would making
Historian, Past President 1978 the Boulevard a destination for people
to come to shop, walk, dine, listen to
music and more help increase
DIANA WILLIAMS, Executive Director business? We think it will. We have
JEN SVEJDA Director, Business Development started working toward this common
FELICIA PAUST, Executive Assistant goal. The price of square footage for
DEATS DESIGN, Newsletter Production
these properties and the daily gross
Continued on page 7.
Photo Kathy Rappaport www.flashfrozenphotography.com
www.woodlandhillscc.net Chamber View March/April 2010 Page 3
The graduate campus lo cations
and speed of completion helped me
obtain the Pepperdine advantage.”
www.woodlandhillscc.net Calendar March/April 2010 Page 4
Calendar of Events
Business Networking Breakfast New Member Orientation Breakfast
Wednesday, March 3rd Wednesday, April 13th
7:00 am to 9:00 am Invitation Only
Sponsor: Skyline Financial Corp. Ann Carlton Bose 8:00 am to 9:00 am
Woodland Hills Country Club Notice Venue Change
Address: 21150 Dumetz Road Warner Center Marriott
RSVP REQUIRED by noon on Tuesday. Address: 21850 Oxnard Street
Walk-Ins Welcome add $5 Self Parking Complimentary
No Jeans please at Breakfast Venue RSVP REQUIRED by noon on Tuesday.
Members $20, One Time Trial Guest Price $20.
There will be assigned seating. Business Networking Luncheon
Thursday, April 22nd
Business Networking Luncheon Notice Date Change
Wednesday, March 17th 11:30 am – 1:15 pm
11:30 am – 1:15 pm Sponsor: TBA
Sponsor: TBA Speaker: Bruce Ackerman, Economic Alliance
Giovanni Ristorante of the San Fernando Valley
Address: 21801 Ventura Blvd. Warner Center Marriott
RSVP REQUIRED by noon on Tuesday. Address: 21850 Oxnard Street
Walk-Ins add $5 Members $25 Self Parking Complimentary
One Time Trial Guest Price $25 RSVP REQUIRED by noon on Tuesday.
Walk-Ins add $5 Members $25
Business Networking Mixer One Time Trial Guest Price $25
Wednesday, March 24th
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm Business Networking Mixer
Golfsmith: Address: 21419 Victory Blvd. Wednesday, April 28th
RSVP REQUIRED by noon on Tuesday. 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Notice Time Change
Members $0, One Time Trial Guest Price $10 Nicola’s Kitchen
Address: 20969 Ventura Blvd.
Business Networking Breakfast RSVP REQUIRED by noon on Tuesday.
Wednesday, April 7th Members $0, One Time Trial Guest Price $10
7:00 am to 9:00 am
Bel Air Exteriors, Inc.~Michael Weissenborn RSVP 818 .347.4737
A guest or One Time Trial Guest is defined as someone who is
Notice Venue Change
interested in membership in our community. It is our pleasure
Warner Center Marriott to welcome you to one of each event (1 breakfast, 1 lunch and
Address: 21850 Oxnard Street 1 mixer). This begins your trial membership. Your interest in
Self Parking Complimentary membership is very important to us. You will be recognized and
welcomed by our staff to one of each event. With respect to our
RSVP REQUIRED by noon on Tuesday. valued members, we limit attendance to guests who are interested
Walk-Ins Welcome add $5 in membership. More info at woodlandhillscc.net/calendar
No Jeans please at Breakfast Venue
Members $20, One Time Trial Guest Price $20. Plant Trees with Us On March 27th!
There will be assigned seating. Beautify Ventura Boulevard. We need 100 volunteers.
Bring out your Family, Your Staff, Your Class, Your Team!
Volunteer and join the fun. Read More on Page 7!
Welcome New Members!
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Chamber Report Continued from page 2. receipts are not in New Chairman (Continued from page 1) with her knowledge of
our control, but we can do something. Our Chamber has always the community, management skills and past experience as an
been involved with beautification, legislative issues, and more. involved WHTCC board member will bring a fresh approach to
That's why large and small businesses recognize the importance of executing new ideas while still respecting the history of the
supporting the Chamber. WHTCC. I, as the WHTCC Historian, have volunteered to assist &
Our Chamber is working hard with the Woodland Hills support her in achieving this vision.” “Colleen Langford is an
Community Coalition, led by Councilman Dennis P. Zine, which excellent choice for the Woodland Hills~Tarzana Chamber of
includes organizations such as the Woodland Hills-Warner Center Commerce 2010 Chairman of the Board. Our Chamber Community
Neighborhood Council and the Woodland Hills Homeowners has witnessed her participation and involvement. I have observed
Organization. I am chairing the Tree Planting Committee with the level of respect and loyalty she has earned from her staff as
2010 Chairman of the Board, Colleen Langford as Co-chair. Our general manager of the Holiday Inn. We look forward to a prosper-
immediate Past Chair, Deborah Sable is chairing the Streetscape ous 2010 with Colleen serving as Chairman of the Board.” Diana
Plan Committee which includes benches, trash receptacles and Williams~ Executive Director.
other “furniture” on the boulevard. Colleen’s vision for the WHTCC 2010 is to build on the
foundation that Deborah Sable has started. With the support of the
We are planting 22 trees on Ventura Boulevard current board members and staff, the 2010 WHTCC is certain to
from Canoga to DeSoto. accomplish many goals. Colleen recognizes all Deborah Sable’s
These trees will scrub the air. Absorb CO2 and produce oxygen. efforts and hard work and will continue the dedication that she
Purify the water. Reduce urban stress. Help capture rainwater. committed to the WHTCC. Colleen stated “With the active, caring
Beautify our streetscapes. Ample research with regards to and committed members of this community, such as Dennis Zine, I
merchants’ needs and sidewalk maintenance has also gone into the feel we can all make a great impact working together in 2010.”
decision regarding types of trees that will be planted. The Coalition Colleen is actively involved in Dennis Zine’s campaign to
is partnering with Mayor Villaraigosa's office and the Million Tree beautify Ventura Boulevard, Shepherd of the Valley PTF and
Initiative. We need 100 volunteers on Saturday, March 27th at 8 School Board, the WHTCC’s Finance Committee and has been
am. Our home base is the Holiday Inn at 21101 Ventura Blvd., involved with the Education Committee. Additionally she
Woodland Hills. Councilman Zine will be presiding as we launch volunteers her time to coach baseball as well as girls’ softball and
the tree planting. There will be a demonstration and a Supervisor she serves as an active soccer mom.
will head out with each tree planting team to begin our efforts in Colleen has been the General Manager of the Holiday Inn
the Woodland Hills Coalition. Join us. Call the Chamber Office at Woodland Hills for 7 years; managing a 24-hour, 7 days a week,
818-347-4737 for more information. 365 days a year operation that never closes its doors; an award
winning hotel for Excellence in Service. In the history of the
WHTCC, Colleen is the first Chairman of the Board to have young
WOODLAND HILLS BRANCH children. She credits her success to her supportive management
team and her loving family. Colleen currently lives in Chatsworth,
California with her husband, Mel and her 11 year-old twins,
21520 Victory Blvd.
Connor & Erin, as well as their 6 month-old son, Melvin III.
Plant Trees with Us On March 27th!
Beautify Ventura Boulevard. Bring out your Family,
Your Staff, Your Class, Your Team! Volunteer
and join the fun.
Thank you to the
Chamber of Commerce
Radiance Group, LLC
Trillium Towers Center
6320 Canoga Avenue
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
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Renewing Members Rock! 2 0 0 5 Tarzana Community Cultural The Wellness Community
Continued from page 1. Center Valley/Ventura Valley Satellite
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“We feel so honored to have a ribbon cutting at
our 43rd Anniversary!”
says Barbara Beaver - Cavaleri. The Chamber
arranged to have certificates presented from Whole Foods Market Woodland Hills Westfield Mixer Multi Chamber Event.
Councilman Dennis Zine’s office. 21347 Ventura Blvd. (818)610-0000 Westfield Topanga and Promenade,
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A Little Help?
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Call the Chamber office to find out how you can volunteer to make a difference.
A few hours and a few community the more make a difference.
dollars later store owners commerce will be driven to The Woodland Hills
can make a difference. our businesses right here in ~Tarzana Chamber of
What are you doing to set our own neighborhood. We Commerce can also direct
an example? It was not that are proud that Kim Chung you to Business Develop-
long ago that we would see is a member of the ment Alliances that have
shop owners sweeping their Woodland Hills ~Tarzana monies available for
sidewalks, watering the Chamber of Commerce. projects such as giving your
trees and foliage, washing Take a deep breath, stand in store front or property a
windows and more. We can front of your store or your “face lift”. There are funds
return to that. We need to property on the boulevard, available that banks are not
return to that. We have be honest with yourself and providing. Whether it’s a
chosen Sooz and Son Earth ask yourse if you are proud. face lift, a little help during
Friendly Dry Cleaners as an Start at home and know challenging economic times
example of what a little there are many other ways or funds to grow your
care and pride can do for to get involved. Call the facility, call the Chamber to
We are proud that Kim Chung is a member
our Ventura Boulevard. The Chamber office to find out direct you. 818-347-4737
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Government Affairs Committee Be friends with
Last Thursday of the Month your Chamber Staff
12 noon on LinkedIn:
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Ventura County Woman Business Owner of the Year Woodland Hills, CA 91364 in the French Quarter
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Parking Meters To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mid year 2009, the City of Los Angeles raised street
parking meter rates and extended the hours of parking meter Subject: Business Card Designs
operations throughout Los Angeles. The Woodland Hills Diane, I am going to have my team take a
Tarzana Chamber of Commerce recognizes that the city look tomorrow morning. I want them to be
need the revenues so a parking meter rate hike were proud of the cards and feel part of the process.
understandable. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the ones on the top left.
However, Great ideas! THANKS so much!
parking meters Colleen P. Langford
throughout Los General Manager, Holiday Inn Woodland Hills
Deats Design 818.887.7203
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amount of money
the meters would
take, resulting in
fines. The parking meters now only take quarters, which is
not stated on most meters. Put in a dime or nickel and no
time will be credited. Try to pay for a full two hours of
parking, the posted maximum, and the meters will eat every
additional quarter leaving you with only one hour’s time.
Further, should you fail to pay attention when you feed the
meter and not realize you only have an hour of time, you
will receive a $55 parking fine.
The Woodland Hills-Tarzana Chamber has respectfully #0D60724
requests that the City of Los Angeles remedy this problem.
The city should first, roll back parking fees and parking
times so parkers are not unfairly fined. Second, that the Debbie Soden, Realtor
City release the economic analysis that was used as the
rationale for the parking increases and allow for public
comment. Finally, if the higher parking fees are justified,
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of the maximum posted time so as to stop parkers DRE #01358352
from being unfairly fined.
This resolution was passed by the Woodland Hills
Tarzana Chamber of Commerce in December of 2009 and
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C O M M I T T E E S Neighborhood Councils
United Chambers of Commerce of the
One of the most effective ways to leverage your Chamber membership
San Fernando Valley wishes to encourage
and raise your profile is to become active on a committee. all of its member chambers and all busi-
nesses generally to participate in their
respective neighborhood council meetings.
We live in historic times marked by a
Deborah Sable Colleen Langford
818-667-8881 818-883-6110 dramatic plunge in business and high
firstname.lastname@example.org colleen@HIWoodlandhills.com unemployment combined with dwindling
city revenues. Los Angeles and all local
municipalities are facing severe cutbacks
of services combined with anticipated, first
time ever record layoffs of public employ-
818-322-1566 ext. 102
While Neighborhood Councils are advi-
sory only, they can and do influence city
Government Affairs Special Events
policy making including planning, zoning
Ann Carlton Bose François Khoury
Until now, Neighborhood Councils have
been dominated by homeowner groups.
This is not to say that the homeowners
groups do not have a legitimate right to
Contact: Deborah Sable Contact: Diane Deats
hold the seats they occupy. Rather, that
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business has been under-represented, lead-
ing to decidedly business unfriendly neigh-
borhood council actions.
“...we will not have a say at the table of
government if we do not participate...”
The United Chambers of Commerce
does not fault the Neighborhood councils or
home owners groups for their participation
in the political process. In fact we celebrate
their involvement. What United Chambers
of Commerce seeks is a balance between
the views of home owners, determined to
have their way with legitimate businesses
interests in general.
This was brought home recently by the
fact that in regard to unfair parking rates,
neighborhood councils either did not seek
to address the issues or were unable to do
anything about the issues. All the while the
neighborhood councils have sought tighter
and more unreasonable controls on legiti-
Woodland Hills-Tarzana Chamber member Sean McCarthy Chairs UCC Government
Affairs Meeting. United Chambers of Commerce represents Chambers and Organizations
Business needs a voice on the Neighbor-
in the San Fernando Valley. In addition to members of other chambers in attendance are
hood Councils to help the City to deal with
representatives of the Governor, The Mayor, City, County and State Elected Officials and
other stakeholders. Photo: Deats
budget, planning and operational problems.
We need the best and the brightest to advise
Your Government Affairs Committee the City on how to go forward in uncertain
Meets the times. Tough times require that we all pitch
in together. Remember, we cannot and will
not have a say at the table of government if
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Contact Chamber Office for Location. we do not participate. Let your voice be
heard. Sean McCarthy
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On February 5, we held our annual Woodland Hills-Tarzana
Chamber of Commerce Membership Celebration and Installation of
the Board of Directors at the Hilton Woodland Hills.
This is how the evening went.
T H E P R O G R A M
Reception with Silent and Chance Auction
Welcome - François Khoury, Event Chair
Opening - Masters of Ceremonies
Mark and Mindy Sterling
Pledge of Allegiance
Captain John Sherman, LAPD
Los Angeles City Controller Wendy Greuel Dale Surowitz, recipient of the
prestigiuos Joseph Staller Award
L.A. City Controller Wendy Gruell with
Outgoing Chairman Deborah Sable
California Lutheran University Quartet
Ambassador of the Year
Presented by Ann Bose and Max Haghighi
Director of the Year Presented by Jim Kinsey
Presentation of the 2009 Joseph Staller
Memorial Award by David Asplund The Woodland Hills-Tarzana Chamber of Commerce Officers.
and 2008 Joseph Staller Award
Recipient Brad Rosenheim
Outgoing Chair’s Message - Deborah Sable
Incoming Chair’s Message - Colleen Langford
Program Conclusion - François Khoury
Ticket to Ride, A Tribute to the Beatles
David Williams catches the action MCs Mark and Mindy Sterling, brother
and sister act first time together
Entertainment “Ticket to Ride” A Beatles Tribute Band sponsored
by Westfield Topanga and Promenade
Diana Williams is the action Dignified guy looks cool
Photos: Kathy Rappaport Flash Frozen Photography, Inc.,
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Photo: John Popoch
The Woodland Hills~Tarzana
By Kandis Landmann
Chamber installed their 2010 Board of
Directors Friday night with a stunning
Gala held at the Hilton Woodland Hills.
Francois Khoury, General Manager of
the Hilton, and a Board Member of the
Chamber chaired this event. LA City
Controller Wendy Greuel officiated the
dismissal of the 2009 Board and
Installation of the 2010 Board. General
Like Family! Assemblymember Bob Blumenfield Paul Lawler, 2008 Joseph Staller
Manager of Holiday Inn Woodland
40th Assembly District with Wendy Award recipient and WHTCC board
Greuel LA City Controller member.
Hills, Colleen Langford was installed
as 2010 Chairman of the Board. Ms.
Deborah Sable, 2008 & 2009 Chairman
of the Board, received a bouquet of
flowers, while turning her responsibili-
ties over to Colleen Langford who is
now the 2010 Chairman of the Board.
Recognition plaques and certificates
were given to the departing/end of term
board members as well as the incoming
2010 Board of Directors. These certifi-
cates were awarded by the offices of
Mayor Villaraigosa, Councilman
Dennis P. Zine, Senator Fran Pavley,
New Chairman Colleen and daughter Max Haghighi, one of our favs! François Khoury, Hilton Woodland
Erin. Hills, GM and Diana Williams
LA City Controller Wendy Greuel, and
Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky.
Dale Surowitz, Chief Executive at
Providence Tarzana Medical Center ,
was honored receiving “The Joseph
Staller Memorial Award” & was also
acknowledged as an “all around won-
derful man.” Our very dedicated and
hardworking chairperson of not just
one but two very integral committees,
Diane Deats was recognized with
Director of the Year. Ambassador of the
Year was accepted by a very delighted
and surprised Kandis Landmann. We love music Diane Deats, here with Stewart was
honored with “Director of the Year”
Our Chamber is the largest in the
valley, yet has achieved a true
HOMETOWN spirit, evidenced by
a large attendance to each event.
Diana Williams Director, Jen
Svejda Membership and Felicia Paust
Administrative services, are the
extraordinary Chamber Team that
keeps that spirit vibrant. Ticket to
Ride, tribute to Beatles, wrapped up
the event with everyone looking for-
ward to 2010. Leslie and Jen don’t quit! Happy Partiers!
Photos: Kathy Rappaport Flash Frozen Photography, Inc.
The Gallery is available for viewing and purchase at: www.flashfrozenphotography.com/Events/Woodland-Hills-Gala-2010 • Phone: 818.888.2280
A Day in My Shoes Safe Passage Home helps victims of domestic violence.
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Photography By: Sandi Balasco
“ A Day In My Shoes” was the title
of the unique collaboration between
photographer Amy Martin Friedman and
the charity Safe Passage Home, which
transforms the lives of victims of
domestic violence. The Valentine's Day
luncheon atop the Universal Sheraton
Hotel inspired with a spunky black and
white photo series of women in their
favorite shoes. Jessica Simpson's Sponsor Shaun & Lisa Brickhander Founder of Safe Passage Trish Steele with
glamorous, autographed shoes were the
Actresses Natalie Raitano and Lydia Cornell to
focal point of the flirty centerpieces.
honor Dr. Fardad, Cosmetic Surgeon
Goldie Hawn's silver Versace shoes
were one of many silent auction
celebrity items. A dance lesson with
Lacy of Dancing with the Stars was
auctioned, along with a coveted Bullet 4
Peace necklace by designer Rafi Anteby.
The poignant testimonies of abused
womens' extreme life makeovers was
followed by heartfelt tributes to doctors
Bruce Vafa, DDS and Fardad
Sponsor and representatives of Stetson Boots - Bruce Vafa, DDS
Forouzanpour, M.D., whose donated
Lisa Xeros and Gary Mandelbaum.
restorative services for Safe Passage
clients revolutionize their self-image to
give them a bold, fresh start. The
surprise-filled fete was generously
supported by, among others, Love My
Charity, Stetson Boots “Made In
America” Campaign, Attorney Donald
Schweitzer, The Susan Stafford
Foundation, and Maxi Med, Inc., which
donates medical care to Safe Passage Designer Rafi Anteby, Ronda Coallier and Lacey Kelly Green, Bodine Balasco and Mercy Alpert
Schwimmer of "Dancing With the Stars". holding their photo from the exhibit, "A Day In
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