Lite Nite 2019 Celebrated Local Heroes and Humanitarians with a Ceremony and Reception at the Women’s City Club of Pasadena

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3:07 pm | April 17, 2019

Several local companies joined together on April 2, 2019 to host Lite Nite 2019, a community event celebrating local heroes and humanitarians, who lead daily by their Love, Integrity, Talent and Empathy.

The event, held at the historic Women’s City Club in Pasadena, included a ceremony showcasing the award recipients, followed by a reception that included live music performed by Jeff Gold.

Award recipients received a customized crystal award and a special gift bag from We Olive Pasadena. Local Pasadena based photographer, Michael Whitehurst Photography , provided complimentary professional photos for attendees.

This year’s award recipients included representatives from local non-profits, community initiatives and several young adults who exemplified a humanitarian spirit with volunteer work after a community crisis or natural disaster. 2019 Recipients: Pietro Rosetti (FVO Solutions), Tiffany Goodwin- Van Camp (Elizabeth House), Liz Fenning (Actors for Autism), Ryan Hetrick (Restoring Balance Autism) and Easton Engbrock and Patrick Doran, two recent AFA Hub graduates. Matthew De Guia was also honored with a Certificate for Excellence in Design. Matthew is a local illustrator who designed the Lite Nite logo (Matthew is on the autism spectrum).

The event was emceed by Pasadena resident and local humanitarian Shanna Forrestall (“Shanna from Louisiana). This event is made possible by our corporate sponsors Gemlife Financial , We Olive Pasadena, the Women’s City Club of Pasadena , Michael Whitehurst Photography and Forrestall Consulting .