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Wind Damage and Planned Power Outages

Wind Damage and Planned Power Outages

By Mary O’KEEFE and Robin GOLDSWORTHY

Some residents in La Crescenta, Montrose and La Cañada have received letters from Southern California Edison concerning maintenance interruption of power.

According to David Song, SCE spokesman, just because one home on a street receives the notice does not mean the neighboring homes will be affected. It may be maintenance to [...]

Celebrating Tree Lighting Ceremony and Small Business Saturday

Celebrating Tree Lighting Ceremony and Small Business Saturday

By Robin GOLDSWORTHY
The community came together in Montrose to kick off the holiday season at the annual Montrose Shopping Park tree lighting ceremony. Dignitaries included Glendale Mayor Paula Devine, representatives from the Montrose Shopping Park Assn. board of directors, merchants, carolers and the public.
MSPA board President Andre Ordubegian welcomed the crowd atop the holiday trolley [...]

From the Desk of the Publisher

From the Desk of the Publisher

Thankfulness
There are typically two times a year that I share with you the blessings that I have been given. One is right around the anniversary of when I started the Crescenta Valley Weekly, which was the first week of September 2009. The second time is now, Thanksgiving.
Despite the numerous trials over the years and especially [...]

Generosity Leads to Dance Party

Generosity Leads to Dance Party

Students at Fremont Elementary School celebrated the success of the school’s annual campaign by dancing on the campus hardscape on Friday. Principal Christin Molano made good on her promise of working from the rooftop if the students reached their goals.
Kindergartner Charlee Hartung thought seeing Principal Molano on the roof was “funny.”
“I think she looks funny [...]

Military Service Honored at Annual Veterans Day Ceremony

Military Service Honored at Annual Veterans Day Ceremony

By Robin GOLDSWORTHY
The Crescenta Valley community assembled at Two Strike Park in La Crescenta on Friday for the annual Veterans Day ceremony. After the presentation of colors and the national anthem performed by Malia Chock, four local women veterans – Nancy Sumner (Air Force), Megan Rodriguez (Air Force), Ellen Romaine (Army) and Claudia DeLeon (Marines) [...]

From the Desk of the Publisher

From the Desk of the Publisher

Let’s Everybody Calm Down
I’m excited to share with you the success of the Prom Plus Holiday Boutique that took place on Saturday. Held at St. Luke’s of the Mountains, the shopping event seemed to be thee event of the season! So many people – new friends and returning ones – were delighted with the variety [...]

From the Desk of the Publisher

From the Desk of the Publisher

Shaping Rockhaven’s Future
The Glendale City Council is pondering seven proposals brought before it regarding the future of Rockhaven. (For a detailed overview of the proposals, visit the Nov. 3 issue and read Mary O’Keefe’s story on page 3 and Sharon Weisman’s CVCA column on page 10. If you’re unfamiliar with the issue, I invite you [...]

Healing Event at Metaphysical and Artisan Faire

Healing Event at Metaphysical and Artisan Faire

By Robin GOLDSWORTHY

The Center for Spiritual Living-La Crescenta is hosting its third Metaphysical and Artisan Faire on Saturday, Nov. 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the church grounds. Nestled in the hills of La Crescenta, holistic teachers, healers and presenters of artisan and unique products will be available in one event.

According to organizer [...]

From the Desk of the Publisher

From the Desk of the Publisher

The Best and Worst

I have the opportunity to see the best – and sometimes the worst – in people. On Thursday evening I had the pleasure of attending the annual recognition banquet hosted by the CV Chamber of Commerce.

At the banquet, local businesses, individuals and organizations were spotlighted for their contributions to the community. CV [...]

Ducks and Dogs Loved by Crowds

Ducks and Dogs Loved by Crowds

By Robin GOLDSWORTHY
Verdugo Park in Glendale was busy on Saturday with folks eager to find out if they had “lucky ducks” at the annual KIDS – Kiwanis Incredible Duck Splash.
The splash is organized by the Kiwanis Club of Glendale that oversees the installation of a temporary “lake” on the park grounds provided by the Glendale [...]


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