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Alcatraz Tour (Aint No Sunshine)


California State Prison Visit

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California State Prison Visit

Part 2


Part 3


Key Note Speaker – New York City School District

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New York City School District

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New York City School District

Part 3


Keith “Sarge” Gibbs featured on Deloitte’s Alumni Spotlight

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Barack Obama’s Speech on Father’s Day


DeloitteNet

Pacific Southwest – LA Alumnus gives orders… and gives back to his community


Councilwoman Jacque Robinson

Councilwoman Jacque Robinson from the city of Pasadena comes to CIIA and gives words of encouragement to our youth.


Mustangs on the Move

The Pasadena / San Gabriel Valley Journal, September 25, 2008

Mustangs on the Move held a sign up day at John Muir High School on Wednesday, September 17, 2008 to allow students to sign up for one of their educational enrichment programs. The program offers a variety of clubs and activities to students who want to make the most of their high school experience.

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Kids Fitness Challenge

January 27, 2008

Watch the Kids Fitness Challenge with Actor Mike Vogel of “Cloverfield”, Laila Ali (Daughter of Muhammad Ali) host of “American Galdiators”, Sare from Sarges Physical Training Inc, and Wilshire the fire dog.

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Community Calls for Civic Investment in School System

Mountain Views – Observer, November 16, 2007 by Teresa Baxter

Altadena Town Council member Keith Gibbs stressed the importance of unification in the community. He implored that most events should be standing room only with parents because it would be in the best interests of the children and the community.

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Town Council Election Results

Welcome to The Meadows, June 11, 2007 by Greg Stanton

Keith “Sarge” Gibbs won the town council seat for our census tract… At our neighborhood meeting, Keith talked about the need to mentor teens in Altadena and help them avoid gangs, crime, and drugs. He currently has several programs in place in the local schools.

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