CLASP to honor Teddie Warner

On Sunday, November 13, Claremont After School Programs will celebrate 17 years of service to Claremont Unified School District students with a special reception at Claremont Graduate University’s President’s House, 709 Harvard Ave., Claremont, from 2 to 4 p.m.

Teddie Warner, who helped found CLASP in 2005, will be honored for her many years of dedication to CLASP and to the children of Claremont during the event. Warner has served as CLASP president, vice president of administration, vice president of development, secretary, and chair of most board committees.

Festivities include food, wine and live entertainment by Michael Ryan and Friends. Tickets to are $75. An order form is at

Email with questions about the event.

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