Hi-Fi to Become 43% Easier to Find

hifisign.gifNot only do we have our own Chamber of Commerce and fancy crosswalks, but as of August 5th the proud residents of Hi-Fi will also have our own freeway sign. If you’ve ever wondered how to find my house, the Alvarado exit off the 101 freeway will soon bear a new “Historic Filipinotown” sign and to celebrate Pilipino American Network and Advocacy is presenting an all day festival with performances and bus tour of my fancy digs. On the map, son! Pinoy pride!

Saturday, August 5, 2006
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Filipino American Community of Los Angeles (FACLA)
1740 W. Temple St.
Los Angeles, CA 90026

For more information, contact Ms. Cecile Ramos, President of the Interim Board of the Historic Filipinotown Neighborhood Council, at (213) 413-3323.

4 thoughts on “Hi-Fi to Become 43% Easier to Find”

  1. Cal-trans won’t install any new signs unless someone pays for it. So, like the Hollywood Walk of Fame… “if you pay for it, it will come!” Who paid for this new sign? The real proof of the sustainability of a community is if its sign gets re-installed when knocked down by an errant vehicle.

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