The Meaning of Hahamongna

The original settlers of the region were sometimes called the Hahamongna Indians. The word means "Flowing Waters, Fruitful Valley" in the native Tongva language.

Hahamongna News

Title:

Council of Arroyo Seco Organizations Meeting & Post Election Potluck

Subtitle:

Date:

2008-10-28

Author:

E. Alduenda

Publication:

Arroyo Seco News

Content:

CASO Meeting & Post Election Potluck

Wednesday, November 5, 2008
6:30pm - 9:00pm
Highland Park Ebell Club
131 S. Avenue 57, Los Angeles, 90042


Join the Council of Arroyo Seco Organizations for a Post Election Potluck to celebrate the end of the election season!
Bring your favorite dish to share and we'll bring beverages, plates, and utensils.

Come share updates and materials on your organization's current projects.
Help plan the December 2008 Arroyo Verde Awards.
Discuss CASO's mission, goals, and organizational structure.
Hear an update on the Arroyo Seco Central Stream Restoration Projects, and
Learn about upcoming Arroyo Seco projects for collaboration related to the Hahamongna and the Confluence.
Stay for a screening of American Southwest: Are We Running Dry? A Call to Action (20 minute version)

RSVP to eileen@arroyoseco.org and be sure to indicate what dish you'll bring!
For more information, contact the Arroyo Seco Foundation's new watershed coordinator Eileen Alduenda at 626.808.1422.


Thanks to the Ebell Club and the Arroyo Seco Parkway Scenic Byways
for their in-kind contribution toward hosting this meeting.

CASO's Mission
The purpose of the Council of Arroyo Seco Organizations (CASO) is to promote communication and cooperation between
community-based organizations working to improve and enhance the Arroyo Seco region from the San Gabriel Mountains
to the confluence with the Los Angeles River. CASO aspires to cultivate a sense of place that defines this unique region by
addressing such issues as environmental, transportation, historic, recreational, cultural, and economic resources.