Paramount Chamber of Commerce Committee on Education
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Darren Kurkowski, Bianchi Theatres
Bill Winters, Paramount Petroleum
Paul Dennis, Weber Metals
Richard Zamboni, Paramount Iceland
Paula Coony, Paramount Iceland
Vince Torres, City of Paramount
Kevin Lindsay, Lindsay Lumber
Mike Valenti, McDonald's
Don Tomeo, Fenico Precision
Dr. Michael Conroy, Paramount Unified School District
Dr. Max Martinez
Martin Johnson, Attorney

Send a Paramount Student to College

Bring Your Used Laser Printer & Ink Cartridges to the Paramount Chamber of Commerce and We Will Turn Them Into Cash!

All Proceeds Will Be Donated to the Paramount Education Partnership's Scholarship Program

On Behalf Of The
Paramount Chamber of Commerce
Committee On Education

Drop Off Your Donations at the Chamber Office
15357 Paramount Blvd.

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Chamber President Brenda Olmos presents a check for $300 to Mayor Gene Daniels for the Paramount Education Partnership Program (PEP). The money was raised through the Chamber's laser and ink cartridge recycling program. All proceeds benefit Paramount student scholarships.

Twenty-four Paramount High School students were awarded PEP scholarships at the September 2013 City Council meeting.


Contributions from the Office of Supervisor Knabe and local businesses totaling more than $80,000 made the scholarships possible

Paramount students contributed more than $10,000 to "Pennies for PEP" The leading campus for raising money during Pennies For PEP was Hollydale Middle School, and the top middle school class was the 6th/7th grade of Ms. ParMarquez at Hollydale, which contributed $248. Hollydale Principal Kevin Longworth received the annual Piggy Bank award from the Council at the September 3 meeting.