Pancake breakfast planned
Fremont Elementary School will be hosting its annual pancake breakfast on Saturday, Oct. 2, from 8 to 10:30 a.m.
The cost is $5 per person and includes pancakes, sausage (donated by Schreiner’s), fruit, fresh coffee, milk, and juice. Contributors include IHOP, Vons and Trader Joe’s, The Coffee Bean Tea Leaf, Big Lots, the 76 Station Verdugo Hills Hospital, and Fremont parent Heather Huezo.
Funds raised will help send Fremont sixth graders to camp this Fall, a trip the sixth grade takes each year. Also, the PTA will hold its semi-annual book fair in the Fremont auditorium during the pancake breakfast.
Questions can be directed to Fremont Elementary at (818) 249-3241. Fremont Elementary is located at 3320 Las Palmas Ave. in Glendale.
SAT seminars offered
The Assistance League® of Glendale is offering SAT seminars to prepare students for the SAT. “How to take the SAT” and “What to expect” will be discussed. Practice tests will be given. There will be eight classes (four math and four English).
The Monday and Wednesday classes take place Oct. 4 through Oct. 27 and the Tuesday and Thursday classes take place Oct. 5 through Oct. 28.
The seminars will be held at the Assistance League® of Glendale, 314 E. Harvard St. in Glendale.
The cost is $45 that covers eight meetings, two hours each, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m., the book, Kaplan SAT and refreshments during class break.
To register, download a form at www.alglendale.org and mail the completed form with payment of $45 to SAT Assistance League of Glendale; P.O. Box 10608; Glendale, CA 91209-3608.
Youth & Government return to local Ys
Weekly meetings of the Crescenta Cañada Y’s Youth & Government will start on Wednesday, Sept. 22 and run through February.
The Verdugo Hills Family YMCA will be having a new member and parent information night on Wednesday, Sept. 22 at the Verdugo Hills branch.
Youth & Government provides students with practical experience in the study of state government. Participants study issues, draft legislation, and learn how to present their legislation in a committee, and debate it on the floor of the House or Senate. Youth & Government also includes a judicial program and special programs for pages, print and video journalists, legislative lobbyists and legislative analysts.
The highlight of the program is a trip to Sacramento in February where the students will preside over all aspects of the state government and have access to: the entire Capitol and Supreme Court Chambers including the Senate and Assembly floors, all governmental offices and the Governor’s personal suite, and all advocate and trial court chambers.
Contact at the Verdugo Y is Vincent Iuculano, (818) 352-3255 ext. 331 and at the Crescenta Cañada Y call Heather Hjelmervik, (818) 790-0123 ext 215.