July 17, 2014
Senator Morrell presenting certificates to owners Tammy Stokes and Maria A. King at the opening of their new business, Birth Your Way Birth Center in Yucaipa.
July 15, 2014
Senator Morrell meets with representatives from the Riverside County and the Inland Empire and Mountain Divisions of the League of Cities.
July 4, 2014
What’s the 4th of July without a parade? This year, I had the opportunity to participate in Redlands’ annual celebration.
July 2, 2014
At the beginning of July, I stood with local leaders to oppose the “hidden” gas tax being implemented January 1, 2015. Read more about that event here .
June 25, 2014
Senator Mike Morrell (left) and Highland City Council Member Penny Lilburn (right) present Highland resident Christina Milian (center) with a check for $6,000 to establish the “Christina Milian Inspirational Scholarship.” Milian is a six-year survivor of stage 4 inflammatory breast cancer who...
June 25, 2014
Senator Mike Morrell honors San Bernardino resident Tammy Martin-Ryles as a “Woman of Distinction.” Ryles is a teacher and president of the Inland Cities East Chapter of the Southern California Black Chamber of Commerce.
June 25, 2014
Senator Mike Morrell honors Rancho Cucamonga resident Vivian Shiffman as a “Woman of Distinction.” Shiffman is a member of the National Association of Female Executives.
June 25, 2014
Senator Mike Morrell (center) and Menifee City Council Member John Denver (far right) with the Menifee honorees (from left to right): Joan Wakeland, Ivette Barnett, Nicole Farrell, Claudia Fihe, Leslie Gugliemetti, Sue Lopez, Debbie McClure, Robbie Motter, Cynthia Nemelka, Jean Olexa, and Dorothy...
June 25, 2014
Senator Mike Morrell (center) and Rancho Cucamonga Mayor Pro Tem Sam Spagnolo (far right) with the Rancho Cucamonga honorees (from left to right): Donna Pursell, Veronica Alderete, Amanda Balderama, Sarah Miles, Mary Faheem, Yoon Kim, Barbara Marino, Crystal Millan, Gina Molina, Carol Norris,...
June 19, 2014
In June, Senator Morrell joined with local leaders and public officials to cut the ribbon on the new Yucaipa Police Station.