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April 2nd, 2009 by Temple City Tribune
The Monrovia-Duarte Quota Club is hosting a luncheon to honor three local “Stars” which Quota is defining as individuals who are working for a better world. The honorees are Dr. Sylvia Domotor, Ulises Gutierrez and Linda Wright. The luncheon will be held on Wednesday, April 8 at the Doubletree Hotel in Monrovia.
Domotor is the driving force behind Dr. Domotor’s Animal House Veterinary Hospital and in that capacity cares for local pets. In addition she participates in many animal related events including the Whiskers ‘n Tails Pet Fair and Wiggle, Waggle, Walk. She also provides low or no cost veterinary services for seeing eye dogs and works with Guiding Eyes for the Blind. She has also been deeply involved in Monrovia’s Relay for Life for the American Cancer Society.
Gutierrez started his adult life as a gang member and drug addict, but through a call to faith has transformed his life and now leads a ministry that dedicates its efforts to empowering young people. His story and that of his Monrovia Youth Alliance are inspirational.
Wright is best known as the owner/operator of Movement Unlimited Fitness Center. She is being honored for her volunteer work with people with physical challenges, specifically working with wheelchair bound and others in exercise programs at her center.
The cost of the luncheon is $35.00. Paid reservations are due April 3. For further information contact Mary Ann Mayer at (626) 359-8052.