New Views from the Ashes

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“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.”

Henry David Thoreau


From June 19  to July 24, ART from the Ashes Gallery at 216 S. Brand Blvd., Glendale  is showing impressive artwork crafted from materials collected from the Station Fire site locations after personal items had been removed. All proceeds are to benefit Deukmejian Wilderness Park in La Crescenta.

ART from the Ashes is a non-profit organization of independent artists and volunteers who contribute their talent, time and energy to create art for resource. Debris that would otherwise be cleared and dumped into landfill is gathered and transfigured into one-of-a-kind works of art through the unique vision of each artist. ART from the ashes is about transformation. Their goal is to provide a cathartic avenue to communities affected by wildfires by transfiguring fire site debris into beautiful works of art. By using reclaimed materials as their medium, they hope to inspire and support the heart, mind and planet. Help benefit the Deukmejian Wilderness Park, view some exquisite art and get inspired by the art from the ashes of the Station Fire.

Saturday, July 17 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., stop by Pampered Poochez at 2868 Foothill Blvd. to help them celebrate their one year anniversary.  Services at Pampered Poochez include natural baths, hair styling, medicated baths, nail clipping, ear cleaning, de-matting, hot oil massage treatments and more. Stop by this Saturday for their open house and receive a free treat and bandana for your pooch. They are also offering $10 off your first grooming.  Congratulations Pampered Poochez on your first anniversary!

The Crescenta Valley Chamber would also like to welcome these new members to our chamber:  B.I.S. Computer Solutions, Bolton & Co., Curves, Dreamlife Singles Travel, Express Plastics Supply, Mobile Game Train, Sam Lee of Primerica, Sicari Plumbing Heating & Air, and Zen Sushi & Chinese Cuisine. These businesses know the importance of networking and contributing to the community in which they live and/or work.  Thank you to them for being involved.

These new members will be listed in our 2010-2011 Best Business Directory, which the Crescenta Valley Chamber prints every year and distributes to everyone in the Crescenta Valley. The last day to join the chamber to be able to get listed in this invaluable tool that gets put in the hands of 10,000 people is Tuesday, July 20th. Your business listing in the publication is included with your chamber membership which for fewer than five employees is only $99 a year.   Call our chamber for more details.

Important Chamber dates:  July 17 –   Open house at Pampered Poochez;

Aug.11 – Business mixer at Dilbeck Realty; Sept. 8 – Foothills Community Business Expo. Please call our office for more details on any event. How to reach us: 818-248-4957 / / / 3131 Foothill Blvd., Ste. D

Julia Rabago is the executive director of the CV Chamber of Commerce

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