The primary benefits of membership include the quarterly newsletter and updates about water and energy issues facing Los Angeles and California. At the annual membership meeting members elect one-third of the Board each year to oversee the Associates activities for three year terms.
Your support enables us to continue educating decision makers and the public about such important issues as the California's water resources and energy regulation. Also, in providing future generations with a Virtual Museum that shows the history of Los Angeles and Southern California, with an emphasis on how Water and Electricity contributed to the area’s growth and development.
ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL / NEW MEMBER APPLICATION (Printer Friendly Form)
Los Angeles Water and Power Associates, Inc.
January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2016
_____Number of Membership Renewals @ $20.00 Each*
_____Number of New Memberships @ $20.00 Each*
Please complete and mail with your check* payable to Water and Power Associates, Inc., to:
Water & Power Associates, Inc.
1467 Crest Drive
Altadena, CA 91001
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Have Something Historical To Share? We Want To Know!
Do you have items to share? We would welcome photos of old buildings, early city views, correspondence, newspapers, early sports teams, and events that pertain to the History of Water and Electricity and/or the History of Los Angeles and Southern California in general. If you would like to retain the originals, we would be happy to scan the items and return them to you.
Take a look in your attics, and think of what you can help us collect for future generations to enjoy! If interested, please contact us at: email@example.com.
Note: Water and Power Associates, Inc. is a 501 (c) 4 organization, and donations are deductible to the extent permitted by law.
* Additional contributions are always welcomed and appreciated.
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