San Dimas Community Post – For residents, by residents.

“The Good Stuff” with Julie

COVID-19 times seem to have made nonprofit leaders thankful for the little things — both professionally and personally. Despite the difficulty of operating during the pandemic, there were many lessons learned.

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Santos Leaves Behind Legacy of Sacrifice

Santos was one of many brave nurses on the front lines in the fight against COVID-19. Unfortunately, he was also one of 1.92 million who have lost their lives during this pandemic. He was 47 years old.

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“Skate Park Mom” Advocates for Better Safety

Food, snacks and Band-Aids. Three essential tools in any parent’s toolbox. It’s no different for Savannah Spillman, the San Dimas “skate park mom,” who does her best to look out for those who frequent the San Dimas skate park.

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Let’s Get Growing!

January in San Dimas is a great time to think about gardening. Whether you are drawn to the idea of growing your own food, beautifying your surroundings or replacing a water-hogging lawn with drought-tolerant landscape, now is the time to get going.

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Residents Fight COVID-19 With Community Activities

Despite a global pandemic, San Dimas residents found increasingly creative and inspirational ways to celebrate community resolve and face the rise in anxiety, depression and lack of socialization with people outside their household over the past year.

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Pro-Trump Rally Finds San Dimas Venue

On Nov. 21, an organized "Stop the Steal" demonstration occurred in San Dimas on the corner of Bonita Avenue and Arrow Highway. The rally intended to protest against the presidential election results.

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Community Weary, Split on COVID-19 Vaccine

Citing concerns over the development of the COVID-19 vaccine and a desire to keep their loved ones safe, community members struggle with deciding to get the vaccination once it is FDA approved and distributed.

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Bill and Ted’s Legacy Forever Linked to San Dimas

When goofy teen movie “Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure” hit theaters in 1989, the comedy of errors carried San Dimas with it into American popular culture, but now that the duo has reappeared in last summer’s “Bill & Ted Face the Music,” their connection to the city is getting a closer look.

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Butter Brings Big City Taste to Local Spread

It’s hard to remember when Butter Cafe wasn’t part of the fabric of San Dimas even though it only opened five years ago, but the way pastry chef and co-owner Heather Sulaeman tells it, Butter Cafe almost never came to be.

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