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The Fort Moore Memorial Committee
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CAROL AUTENRIETH- Member of Board Salute America and Los Angeles Chapter Chair (Culver City, California)
Mrs. Autenrieth is a community leader who has founded, promoted and organized many community events.
works actively to promote history and historical events in Los Angeles.
For the past 9 years she has been the Chair of the Fort Moore Memorial Committee and has produced their 4th of July tribute to the history of Los Angeles.
See 12th Annual Fourth of July Historical Tribute . Mrs. Autenrieth has worked in the motion picture and television industry since 1975.
speaks to community groups about how to organize events and work with government.
In addition, a member of Daughters of Utah
Pioneers, El Pueblo de Los Angeles Camp Captain, since 1986, Daughters
of Utah Pioneers, Los Angeles West Company
# 211 President, since 1990, Fort Moore Memorial Founder and Chairman, and July 4 th program producer since 1997, Director of Public Affairs for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
, Santa Monica Stake, since 1999, Interfaith Alliance
of Culver City member since 2002 and Chairman of the "Family Week
" 2002 & 2003.
Los Angeles Chapter of Salute America
Carol Autenrieth (Co-Chair)
Los Angeles Chapter co-Chair
3817 Tilden Avenue, Culver City, CA 90232-3911
Home - (310) 838-3377
Fax - (310) 202-0533
Email: Carol Autenrieth
Carol Autenrieth Chairman, Fort Moore Memorial Committee makes plans
Email: Carol Autenrieth
Press Releases - Salute America
Carol Autenrieth, Fort Moore Memorial Committee Chair, shall receive a Lifetime
...According to Carol Autenrieth, the event producer, "One of the primary purposes of the event, in addition to paying tribute to L.A. and its people, is to show that people of all races and faiths can live, work, and thrive together.
...According to the event Chair Carol Autenrieth , "This event is about Los Angeles pride and unity.
...LOS ANGELES - Today, Carol Autenrieth, Chair of the Fort Moore Memorial Committee, invited the entire Los Angeles community to the first and only "cannon and musket fire" in downtown L.A. to kick off the 4th of July in a 12th annual tribute to the history of Los Angeles, its pioneers, the first Los Angeles Independence Day, historical Fort Moore Pioneer Monument, veterans, and the entire community of the City of Los Angeles.
According to Autenrieth
, "This event is about Los Angeles pride and unity.
Salute Los Angeles - Press Releases
LOS ANGELES - Today, Carol Autenrieth and Teddy Chambers, co-Chairs of the
Ms. Autenrieth, who is also the Chair of the Fort Moore Memorial Committee, has
produced this July 4 th event celebrating L.A.'s First Independence Day for the past 16 years.
According to Autenrieth , "This year we are furthering the lead of Mayor Villaraigosa who has
Carol Autenrieth, Fort Moore Memorial Committee Chair, shall receive a Lifetime Achievement Award for "Lifetime of Dedication to Los Angeles History and Tradition."