Kids Benefit from Lions Club’s Kases for Kids

Kids Benefit from Lions Club’s Kases for Kids

By Joanna KIM
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On July 22, the Crescenta-Cañada Lions Club will be holding a drive to collect backpacks for its annual Kases for Kids donation event. The event, held in partnership with the Los Angeles Dept. of Children and Family Services, will take place in the parking lot of the Ralphs market at the corner of […]

Texas Hold’em Poker Comes to The Campbell Center

The Campbell Center will be the site of the Third Annual Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 26 starting with check in at 5:30 p.m. and the tournament at 7 p.m. This fundraiser debuted in early 2016 and quickly became a favorite of the organization’s supporters who helped raise close to $22,000 for the […]

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Planning My Sale
Dear Phyllis,
My youngest child graduates high school next year and will be going off to college.  My husband and I plan to sell our La Canada home and move to a Pasadena condo.  We are in a position to buy the condo without selling our home, but wouldn’t want both properties for […]

Cars – and History – Found at Montrose Car Show

 
By Mary O’KEEFE
ars from all eras could be found along the 2200, 2300 and 2400 blocks of Honolulu Avenue – even the driveways and some parking lots were filled – for the 16th annual Montrose Car Show on July 2. The owners of the classic vehicles were more than happy to share their stories of […]

Day of Golf Also Benefits Students

By Mary O’KEEFE
The annual Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament was held at Scholl Canyon Golf Course on June 30.
The event is two-fold; one is that the day provides a great excuse to get together with friends to play a round of golf and it is also a way to help students combat the […]

ALG Recognizes Three

The Assistance League of Glendale recognized three of its members with the prestigious Ada Edwards Laughlin Award.
Those awarded were Ann Wilson, who works with ALG’s Tierra del Sol learners, Sylvia Kowal, who runs the group’s Christmas Sale and Thrift Alley, the organization’s thrift store, and Pearl Wells, a longtime dedicated member who is always ready […]

Glendale Sailor Teaches English to Students in Japan

Personnel Specialist 1st Class Boonyarit Panavaravatn from Glendale is shown speaking with a fifth grade student from Terao Elementary School. The students visited NAF Atsugi to practice English with sailors as part of a recurring community service project.
U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Michael Doan/Released
 

GAMC and White Memorial Medical Center Join LANES

Glendale Adventist Medical Center and White Memorial Medical Center are partnering with Los Angeles Network for Enhanced Services (LANES) to deliver better, more efficient health care to the communities they serve. Through the collaboration, the hospitals executed a contract with LANES to support secure information exchange between hospitals, community-based clinics, and health plans in Los […]

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

Ask Phyllis!
Planning My Sale
Dear Phyllis,
My youngest child graduates high school next year and will be going off to college.  My husband and I plan to sell our La Canada home and move to a Pasadena condo.  We are in a position to buy the condo without selling our home, but wouldn’t want both properties for […]

VHWC Needs Your Voice

It’s time to add harmony to your life, enhance your memory and make new friends – all at the same time. Verdugo Hills Women’s Chorus (VHWC) is a group of fun-loving, energetic and dedicated women of various ages and backgrounds who have one thing in common: the love of singing and bringing enjoyment to others […]

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