Ms. Trujillo began working at Shakey's in the summer of 1999; she started out as the game room attendant and is now the manager of Shakey's.
Through these stories more people from El Monte will learn about the special people and places in our neighborhood.
Without kids and families the parks may turn into something else and then no one will want to go.
El Monte, CA: Frank Wright Middle School students interview El Monte residents and city officials on the cities revitalizing efforts.
Many animals don't have owners, so if we have an animal shelter there will be a better place for them to be and not be on the street.
This is important because if we do not take action to fight against the drought, The City of El Monte and much of California will have an increasing shortage of water.