Five things to know this Monday morning:
1.) Downey High School's KIWIN's campus club was featured on a short ABC-7 segment.
2.) A trio of dogs impounded by the LAPD during a raid are now at SEAACA and in need of a home.
"When officers brought [the dogs] outside into the sunlight - something they rarely saw according to people on the property who told us the dogs were left locked inside that warehouse for weeks at a time and - they seemed grateful," writes FOX-11 News. "And a little bit in awe. "
The dogs can be adopted for only $5 each.
3.) The tweet above comes from Downey resident and author Eduardo Suastegui.
According to Downey's updated water ordinance, lawn irrigation is prohibited within 48 hours of measurable rainfall.
5.) A short note from Downey resident Cathy Harman:
"A shout out of thanks to Matthew and Ron at Rio Hondo Golf.
"Our newly adopted (just two weeks) Golden Retriever, Jewels, became terrified of some nearby firecracker noise (the rain did not help either) and escaped. She ended up about a mile away at Rio Hondo where she was accidentally hit (tapped) by a car there.
"The driver notified staff at Rio Hondo and she was tracked down and brought back soaking wet to the Pro Shop. Matthew remained with her to keep her calm until we got there. We were lucky - Jewels received a clean bill of health from our vet.
"So, a big thank you to Matthew, Ron, and Rio Hondo, as well as the driver who notified them of this incident. Your thoughtfulness and kindness are very much appreciated."