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Beverly Hills City Hall
Beverly Hills City Hall Architect William Gage
the Beverly Hills City Hall, capturing the spirit of the early Spanish Renaissance style. The beauty of the building became a beloved local landmark.
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First City Hall
First City Hall Since the incorporation of Beverly Hills, the trustees of the new city passed an ordinance
the first City Hall. It was located on the southwest corner of Beverly Drive and Crescent Drive.
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Sunset Park (Will Rogers Memorial Park)
Sunset Park (Will Rogers Memorial Park) Sunset Park, which is now "Will Rogers Memorial Park", was originally part of the Beverly Hills Hotel grounds. The Anderson Family donated the land to the city,
the first municipal park in Beverly
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Lawn Bowling Club
Lawn Bowling Club In 1926, the Lawn Bowling Club was
on a vacant lot in the business district before moving to Roxbury Park. The members from the Lawn Bowling Club include many leading and longtime residents of Beverly Hills.
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Small Business Saturday
Small Business Saturday A day dedicated to local, independently-owned small businesses that
jobs, boost the economy and add to the vitality of neighborhoods across America, Small Business Saturday strikes a chord with consumers, small
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Filmmaking 101 for Teens and Tweens
Filmmaking 101 for Teens and Tweens Beverly Hills Public Library will offer two filmmaking workshops for Teens and Tweens. Use your new skills to
a 90-second Public Service Announcement and enter your work in an Anti-bullying Video Contest.
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Hawthorne School The Beverly Hills Unified School District was
by the County Board of Supervisors at the request of Beverly Hills residents on October 20, 1913. BHUSD secured the Hawthorne School site from the Rodeo Land and Water Company
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