CV Weekly On The Move!!

Ron Bularz took CV Weekly along when visiting the castle in Neuschwanstein, Germany.
CV Weekly loves to travel! Take us along on your next trip and send us a photo. You may find yourselves on the pages of the community’s favorite newspaper.

A Working Summer for LCFOG

A Working Summer for LCFOG

Members of the La Cañada Flintridge Orthopaedic Guild (LCFOG) are taking a break since their June meeting and the group will convene again in September. That does not mean that everything comes to a halt for the summer, though. Many members of the Guild will be working through the summer to have everything in place […]

People Making News

Twin brothers Justin and Daniel Cohen, Class of 2018, graduated summa cum laude on May 20 from Notre Dame University with degrees from the Mendoza School of Business. They graduated from La Cañada High School in 2014 and will be employed by Ernst and Young of Boston and San Jose respectively.
Their younger brother, Sam Grace, […]

Local Sailor Part of USS Constitution

A 2016 Verdugo Hills High School graduate and Tujunga native celebrated America’s 242nd year of independence as part of a hand-picked Navy crew serving on the world’s oldest commissioned warship afloat, the USS Constitution.
Seaman Sydney Donovan, an operations specialist, serves aboard the 220-year-old Boston-based ship named by President George Washington to honor the Constitution of […]

Las Candelas Celebrates 65 Years of Service, Installs 2018-19 Officers

On May 24, over 50 active, life and associate members of Las Candelas gathered at Oakmont Country Club to celebrate 65 years of helping the community’s most vulnerable children. Organized in 1953 and incorporated in 1955, the mission of Las Candelas is to volunteer service and financial assistance to help improve the lives of children […]

Questions About Today’s Real Estate?

Ask Phyllis!
 
Keeping Up With Termites
 
Dear Phyllis,
I am a widow and have owned my home for more than twenty years. Last year, my gardener cut down a couple of trees and we stacked the firewood in my driveway. My son-in-law was recently visiting and thought he saw termite swarms near the firewood. He wants me to […]

Summer Looks for Skin and Hair

Summer Looks for Skin and Hair

By Robin GOLDSWORTHY
With the changing season we know that, for the most part, it’s time to hang up winter sweaters and pull out summer shorts. But the wardrobe is not the only thing that needs to be prepared for the season. Summertime is also a time for women to reexamine their skincare in preparation for […]

Robledo Receives Thursday Club Philanthropy Award

At the recent Thursday Club tea, Aurelio Mitjans, representing Hillsides Youth Moving On program (YMO), accepted the La Cañada Thursday Club Philanthropy Award on behalf of recipient Ashley Robledo.
Mitjans read Ashley’s application letter to the Thursday Club members explaining how her love and appreciation for education has motivated her to continue with her own education. […]

People Making News

Austin Drake of La Crescenta graduated from California State University – Northridge Mike Curb College of Arts, Media, and Communications on May 18. He received a Bachelor of Music in jazz studies with trumpet as his instrument. Drake is a graduate of CVHS.
Carrie Drake of La Crescenta graduated from the University of California – Santa […]

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