On Thursday, April 25, the Long Beach Post hosted an event to honor young people from around the city who are doing great things to better their community and beyond. Out of hundreds of nominations from our readers, judges chose 40 winners who run the gamut from educators to artists to business owners to community activists, all of whom represent just a selection of those who are today contributing to the betterment of Long Beach.
Cesar Hernandez-Topete (left) and Miguel Munoz Topete Hernandez
Since CakePops&Co was founded three years ago, Miguel and his partner Cesar have churned out over 10,000 delectable cakes on a stick. Miguel and Cesar create their hand-dipped and decorated pops using the finest ingredients, and list Glee, Fuse FX and NBC as some of their more notable recent clients. The couple is also active in the community, donating Christmas toys for the needy, raising money for the AIDS Project and even fostering animals.
For more information about CakePops&Co, visit cakepopsandcompany.com
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