Apostle Frederick K.C. Price recently celebrated 40 years of his “Ever Increasing Faith Ministries,” a television program that first aired on KTTV Los Angeles.
The program is one of the longest running Christian shows on TV and can be viewed nationally on 132 stations and in six countries.
Price is the founder of the Crenshaw Christian Center in South L.A., which first opened in 1973. Since then, he has established several ministry and formal education schools at the center.
Cal State Dominguez Hills President Willie J. Hagan was recently honored by the U.S. Congress for his service in higher education.
Hagan, who is retiring in June, is the 10th president of the college. Prior to that, he served at Cal State Fullerton for 12 years as an interim president, among other titles.
He has a Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Connecticut and a master of fine arts in screenwriting from UCLA.
La Stanja Baker has been elected to the 24th Street Theater’s board of directors.
The theater, which opened in 1997, provides arts education to young people and produces family-friendly plays.
Baker is the manager of state government affairs for Toyota Motor North America.
Compiled by Dorany Pineda.
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