Los Angeles honored the Filipino American community

Los Angeles City Council proclaims October 2013 as Fil-Am History/Heritage Month

The Los Angeles City Council, led by Councilmembers Mitch O’Farrell and Jose Huizar, honored the Filipino American community in Los Angeles by presenting a Resolution proclaiming October 2013 as Filipino-American History/Heritage Month.  Members of the City Council praised the Filipino-American community for its achievements, contributions and the 426 years of historical presence in the United States.

The paintings of Filipino American artists – Mr. Alex Gantioqui, Mr. Bobby Romero and Mr. Cesar De Vera are featured at the City Hall Bridge of the East Gallery Los Angeles City Hall Building to commemorate Filipino-American History Month.

Consul General Maria Hellen B. De La Vega and Linda Granados, President of the Los Angeles Filipino Association of City Employees (LAFACE), accepted the resolution in behalf of the Filipino-American community in Los Angeles.