Word on the Street: Gelson’s anniversary, King’s mural, Brews Hall, Exer Urgent Care open
Gelson’s one year anniversary
Celebrating Gelson’s one year anniversary in Manhattan Beach on Saturday are Gelson’s Jeff Stein and Dennis Sullivan, Chamber CEO Kelly Strowman, Manhattan Ed Foundation executive director Hilary Mahan and Manhattan council members Nancy Hersman and Richard Montgomery. Guests were offered samples of Gelson’s holiday dinners. On Nov. 22, Gelson’s customers who buy a turkey and donate it to the Covenant House homeless shelter will receive a certificates redeemable for two tickets to an upcoming Kings game at Staples Center. Members of the Kings family, including the ice crew and mascot Bailey will greet fans from 3 to 8 p.m. 707 N. Sepulveda Blvd, Manhattan Beach. Photo by Kevin Cody
Kings mural unveiled
Joining in the unveiling of a Kings hockey mural on Nov. 6 on the side of Beach Cities Optometry are Manhattan Chamber CEO Kelly Stroman, Bailey the LA Kings Mascot, optometrists Dr. Martin Melendrez, O.D. and Dr. Robert Stahl, O.D. and Kings COO Kelly Cheesman. Beach Cities Optometry is at 1103 Highland Ave., Manhattan Beach. Photo by Amy Berg
Brews Hall opens in Del Amo
Celebrating the opening of The Brews Hall at Del Amo Fashion Center last week are comedian George Lopez, sports broadcaster Colin Cowherd, Michael Zislis and Torrance Mayor Pat Furey. The Brews Hall includes the George Lopez Brewing Co., Lopez’s Chingon Kitchen, Colin Cowherd’s Herd Burger, Chicken T.W.I.L.I. (the way I like it) and Zislis‘ Rock’ n Fish. The Brews Hall is located at 21770 Del Amo Cir E, Torrance.
Exer Urgent Care opens in PV
Celebrating the recent opening of Exer Urgent Care at the Peninsula Shopping Center are (left to right) Rolling Hills Estates Mayor Pro Tem Velveth Schmitz, Providence Little Company of Mary Chief Executive Garry Olney, Rolling Hills Estates Mayor Judy Mitchell, Providence Little Company of Mary Board Chair Elect Suzi Gulcher, Exer Urgent Care CEO Rob Mahan,Peninsula Chamber of Commerce president Eileen Hupp and,Providence Little Company of Mary Board Member Jerry Kouzmanoff. Photo courtesy of Exer Urgent Care. X-Rays, IVs, and treatments for broken bones and lacerations are among the services offered, with less waiting and at a lower cost than hospital emergency rooms. Open 7-days a week, 9 a. m. to 9 p.m.
(424) 323-3500. 395 Silver Spur Road in the Peninsula Center.
by Kevin Cody
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