Recent Updates and Promotions
Tenex Health, based in Lake Forest, has been acquired by a medical device company from Malvern, Pennsylvania.
The city of Lake Forest is currently sponsoring a Hometown Hero Banner Program that is designed for residents who wish to honor someone from the city who has served in the military or has a connection to the city who has also served in the military. This person can be from any branch of the armed forces and can be retired, deceased, or currently serving.
The Champion ONE (C1) family of brands from A&M Capital Opportunities has been acquired by Legrand, a specialist in digital building, electrical, and data center infrastructures.
College scholarships will be offered to seniors in high school in Lake Forest who plan to pursue a career in a field related to science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM).
Nexcopy Inc., a Lake Forest manufacturer of copy protection solutions and duplicator equipment for USB devices, will be partnering with Global Technologies Group (GTGI) to help with its reseller efforts.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors has announced an outdoor dining grant of $1,000 to be made available to restaurants in Lake Forest.
PSSC Labs in Lake Forest will be releasing an updated version of its CBeST Cluster Management v 5.0 Software Stack.
The Arts & Learning Conservatory in Costa Mesa will be holding music classes and classes for homeschooled children beginning at the end of next month.
The Newport Beach Restaurant Association and Dine Newport Beach, a business unit of Newport Beach & Company, will be hosting the inaugural Newport Beach Restaurant Month for the month of September.
The TownePlace Suites by Marriott Irvine/Lake Forest is now opened.