The St. Isidore Chapel, the city’s oldest public building, will be dedicated as a historical landmark this month.
Built in the Spanish Revival style, the historic chapel will be dedicated to the memory of Los Alamitos’ origins, announced officials for the committee to save the St. Isidore Historical Plaza.
It is one of the oldest public buildings and it is "the loveliest and most cherished building in Los Alamitos,” Plaza volunteer Anita Schommer said in a written statement.
“The St. Isidore Chapel will be designated as a historic site and the St. Isidore Historical Plaza will continue to serve as a special place for family events, a place for solace and for the enjoyment of all,” added Marilynn Poe, an executive board officer for the Plaza.
The dedication ceremony will be at 1 p.m. June 10 at the St. Isidore Historical Plaza, 10961 Reagan St.