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Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Honors Saint Linus Catholic School in Norwalk

Sister Catherine Casey, Reverend Anthony (Tony) Gomez and Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe at this week’s meeting held at the Kenneth Hahn Board of Supervisors Hearing Room.  St. Linus Catholic School was officially honored with a Resolution Scroll in honor of their 50th Anniversary and “outstanding contribution to the community.”  Randy Economy Photo

Sister Catherine Casey, Reverend Anthony (Tony) Gomez and Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe at this week’s meeting held at the Kenneth Hahn Board of Supervisors Hearing Room. St. Linus Catholic School was officially honored with a Resolution Scroll in honor of their 50th Anniversary and “outstanding contribution to the community.” Randy Economy Photo

 By Brian Hews

Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe officially presented St. Linus Catholic School in Norwalk a Resolution Scroll in honor of their 50th Anniversary this past Tuesday during a meeting of the Board of Supervisors in Downtown Los Angeles.

Supervisor Knabe touted the efforts of St. Linus School for providing “five decades of high quality Catholic education for literally thousands of students.”

Accepting the Scroll was The Reverend Anthony (Tony) Gomez and Sister Catherine Casey who serves as the Principal and Administrator at the Shoemaker Avenue based campus.

Fr. Tony thanked Supervisor Knabe for the recognition as well as other members of the Board of Supervisors.   “We have been blessed to have been here in the Norwalk community for 50 years, and today’s recognition is truly humbling,” Gomez said.

Sister Catherine also publicly thanked Supervisor Knabe during her formal remarks.  “St. Linus Catholic School is a community within our community

Sister Catherine also publicly thanked Supervisor Knabe during her formal remarks.  “St. Linus Catholic School is a community within our community and families are always welcomed to visit us to see what we can offer to the children and parents who want a quality and outstanding Catholic education,” she later told Hews Media Group-Community Newspaper.

Attending the special presentation was Norwalk Mayor Luigi Vernola, Downey Mayor Mario Guerra, Norwalk City Councilman Mike Mendez, St. Linus Parish Council Member and Advisory School Board Member Randy Economy and members of the faculty and staff at the school and church.

This weekend St. Linus Catholic Church will be holding their annual Festival with three days of food, entertainment, bingo, game booths at the church located at 13915 Shoemaker Avenue in Norwalk.

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