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The Flashback to Mr. Merabi’s efforts for a community museum and his philanthropy that goes on day after day.

The Flashback to Mr. Merabi’s efforts for a community museum and his philanthropy that goes on day after day.

Flashbacks are powerful moments that allow us to revisit the past, remember important events, and reflect on our journey. One such flashback is the story of Mr. Kambiz Merabi’s tireless efforts to create the Van Nuys Museum and cultural center, a place where the greater San Fernando Valley community could celebrate their rich history and heritage.

Mr. Merabi’s vision was to convert an abandoned old post office into a museum, a cultural space where people and schools could learn about their community’s past and come together to celebrate their diverse cultural backgrounds. He recognized that the project would require significant resources, political will, financial resources, and community involvement.

To turn his vision into a reality, Mr. Merabi worked tirelessly to rally support from the community, local businesses, city officials, and even the federal government. With the community’s support, he secured funding from fellow local businesses and building owners to support the project. He also worked diligently to obtain support from local officials, the city council, and the state assembly.

Unfortunately, Mr. Merabi was unable to obtain adequate support from local, state, and federal government’s officials for the Van Nuys Museum before leaving the council in 2016. However, he passed on all the information to the council president, Mr. George Thomas, who promised to continue with the same effort and passion to make the Van Nuys Museum a cherished community resource.

Despite the setback and leaving the council Mr. Merabi never gave up his effort for get the Van Nuys Museum, his vision continues to grow and evolves.

He says that if we can get the post office and convert it into a museum it will offer a range of exhibits, events, and educational programs to engage visitors of all ages and backgrounds. If the museum had been opened, it would have become a popular destination for locals and visitors alike, showcasing the history and diverse cultural heritage of Van Nuys and the San Fernando Valley, including the contributions of its residents.

Mr. Merabi’s efforts to create the Van Nuys Museum and cultural center remind us of the importance of community involvement, perseverance, and a shared vision. He worked tirelessly to bring people together and create a space where they could celebrate their past, present, and future. His story serves as a reminder that even though our efforts may not always come to fruition, the journey itself can be meaningful and impactful.

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This Article/s Published April 3, 2017 LA,  has been Updated & posted at 2:01 PM PCT, April 14, 2023.

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