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Campus Revolution Planned
On April 26, there will be an opportunity to discuss issues that are affecting local kids in a negative way and to talk about the different help that is available.

“Campus Revolution” is an event for Christian students, teachers, youth pastors, parents and other community members who want to make a difference in La Crescenta and Glendale. On April 26, Hannah Sheklow, who recently launched the program The Village, will highlight the problem of drug abuse and ways the community can come together to combat this.

The students will be having their own panel discussion and workshops while the adults also have a panel discussion and workshops, primarily led by CEAI (Christian Educators Association International).

The event is being sponsored by Project XIX, a network of GUSD schools and La Crescenta/Glendale churches, established and run by Christian students from CVHS, Glendale High and Hoover High. The network of local churches include First Baptist Church of La Crescenta, CV Church, Christian Assembly, Montrose Church, New Song, Antioch and Anointing Church.

The event will be held at the First Baptist Church of Glendale, 209 N. Louise St., Glendale.

New Italian Classes at St. Bede
A second series of Conversational Italian classes will begin at St. Bede Parish on Saturday mornings beginning April 26. Noted professor of Italian and Spanish, Professor Nancy Ammirato will teach the classes again. The classes, sponsored by the Italian Catholic Federation (ICF), focus on beginning and intermediate conversational Italian and will be fun-filled and free of tedious grammar lessons. In these classes, participants will learn to conduct conversations in every day Italian as it is spoken in Italy.

Classes are from 9 a.m. to noon for eight weeks. A workbook will be included. The cost of classes is $150 per person and profits from these classes go to the charities supported by ICF.

As classes are being continued by popular demand, anyone interested must act immediately to be registered. For information, call (818) 952-1969. Class size is limited to 20 students and classes are open to all ages. Classes will be held at the in the Pope John XIII Room of the Parish Center at St. Bede the Venerable Roman Catholic Church, 215 Foothill Blvd. in La Cañada.

Membership is open to all members of La Cañada Flintridge.

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