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January 2015 Events
January 7     The Passion Test for Business (and non-profits): Prioritizing What Matters Most in the Midst of Change

Renee Rivera. "Following our passions is no longer a luxury; it’s vital to compete in today’s global marketplace.  The Passion Test for Business is a simple, yet powerful way for anyone to get clear on what matters most in their life.  Andrea Renee and PassionatePower.com works with companies and employees to help them get clear on their current mission so that it can direct their achievement of fulfilling, sustainable success."


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January 14     Pomona Valley Special Olympics

Russell Evans, Area Director, will talk about the Special Olympics in general and the Pomona Valley Special Olympics in some detail.  The 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games will be held in Los Angeles from July 25 to August 2, 2015.  They anticipate more than 7,000 Special Olympics athletes from 170 nations to compete in 25 Olympic-type sports.  These games will not return to the United States until 2031. ?

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January 21     Prolacta Bioscience – Advancing the Science of Human Milk

Scott Elster, Chief Executive Officer, will speak on the role of human milk-based nutritional products for premature infants in the neonatal intensive care.  The mission of Prolacta Bioscience is to make a meaningful difference in the lives of thousands of the most vulnerable infants through world class research and innovative products.


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January 28     Claremont Community School of Music-Matthew Keating, Executive Director


Matthew Keating is an acclaimed cellist and musician recently returning to Southern California from Honolulu, Hawaii.


Matthew has performed with the American Youth Symphony under the direction of Alexander Treger and the Debut Orchestra with Joann Carniero.  Concerts included performances at the Walt Disney concert hall, Royce Hall, as well as recording sessions at Capitol Records collaborating with CBS studios, Burt Bacharach, Jeff Goldblum, and other artists.


He has played with the Honolulu Symphony under the direction of Andreas Delfs. During his time with the symphony, he performed at Honolulu’s premier performing arts theater and concert hall the Neal S. Blaisdell Center.  Concerts also included touring to Hawaii’s Big Island to promote the importance of music education as well as playing concerts for local schools.


As a musician and performer, I strive to collaborate with composers, artists and other musicians to expand my own understanding of music as well as to find unique and creative ways to express these ideas to others.

As a teacher, it is my goal to share my knowledge and love of music with students and create a positive environment that fosters a lasting appreciation of music.


Matthew’s most recent project is a collaboration with guitarist Luke Trimble, with whom he is recording a CD dedicated to new works written for guitar and cello.



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