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Meet Sierra Madre Patch’s New Editor

New Sierra Madre Patch editor Jessica Hamlin has been with Patch over a year and a half and looks forward to meeting and covering more of the Sierra Madre community.

As you start a new work week, Sierra Madre Patch also has something new today: a full-time editor.

My colleague and guest editor Cassandra Morris has done a fantastic job as guest editor of Sierra Madre Patch and today I take over the wheel.

So just who exactly is this new editor, you ask?

Well, I was the editor of San Marino Patch since it launched in December 2010, and I transfer to Sierra Madre Patch today officially.

I have written for publications like Pasadena Weekly, Pasadena Magazine and Los Angeles Downtown News and covered the 2008 Sierra Madre Wistaria Festival and city council election for Sierra Madre Weekly.

Last week, several of .

I was born and raised in Southern California and have lived in Monrovia the past seven years, so I am familiar with the area and have always loved escaping to Bean Town.

I look forward to meeting more of Sierra Madre Patch’s readers so if you see me walking around town or typing away in Bean Town, please don’t hesitate to say hello, share a news tip or ask a question. You can also email me at jessica.hamlin@patch.com.

Happy Monday!

Your New Editor,
Jessica Hamlin

Jessica Hamlin July 05, 2012 at 01:02 PM
Thank you, John! Yes, she has done a wonderful job and I look forward to that as well.
Jessica Hamlin July 05, 2012 at 01:09 PM
Thank you, Chris! We had a photographer snapping away at the festivities yesterday so check back for 4th of July pics. Bill Peters also shared these photos from the parade: http://patch.com/A-vL6P
Nicole Charky July 06, 2012 at 02:56 PM
Very exciting! Congrats Jess!
Sue Martinez July 10, 2012 at 10:54 PM
We appreciate all that you are doing for our community. Wishing you much success at Sierra Madre Patch!
Jessica Hamlin July 11, 2012 at 06:15 PM
Thanks, Sue!

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