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Brea 100th Birthday Council Meeting
Commemorate and Celebrate!
The Brea City Council celebrates the 100th year of Brea’s incorporation with a special City Council Meeting and free birthday celebration at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at the Brea Civic & Cultural Center.

 The Brea City Council will commemorate the anniversary of Brea’s 100th year of cityhood at the special City Council meeting in the City Council Chambers on the Plaza Level I of the Brea Civic and Cultural Center. The ceremonial meeting will be followed immediately by an outdoor birthday celebration on the Plaza. Attendees will enjoy refreshments, birthday cake and have a chance to inspect contents from the Brea’s 75th Jubilee time capsule. Kid-friendly activities add to the festive atmosphere. Souvenir merchandise; shirts, caps, magnets and patches, will also be on sale.

Brea is one of the oldest communities in Orange County having incorporated in 1917 as the
city of “Oil, Oranges and Opportunity” with a population of approximately 700. The City’s rich history began as an oil boom town near the turn of the twentieth century as oil workers settled in search of their fortune and businesses opened to serve the oil companies. Now Brea is home to more than 43,000 residents and is well known as a regional commercial hub and popular social destination.

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