NEWS FROM THE MONTROSE-VERDUGO CITY CHAMBER <<< SARA DARBY

NEWS FROM THE MONTROSE-VERDUGO CITY CHAMBER <<< SARA DARBY

May Recap & June Preview: A Month of Community Engagement and Celebrations!   The past month has been full of activities for the Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce marked by several significant events that brought our community together. We kicked off the month with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Laviedove Boutique where a great turnout celebrated […]

New Exhibit at the Adams Square Mini Park

New Exhibit at the Adams Square Mini Park

All the People We Encounter Each Day is an exhibit at the Adams Square Mini Park. On display through July 12, All the People We Encounter Each Day depicts a crowd of people swirling like a school of fish, created from layers of painted cut paper suspended from the ceiling with monofilament. The people depicted […]

PROBLEM SOLVED <<< BY CHRISTOPHER ELLIOTT

PROBLEM SOLVED <<< BY CHRISTOPHER ELLIOTT

Help! After “suspicious” texts from Citibank, I’ve lost $2,500! Fransua Garcia just lost $2,500 after scammers claiming to be from Citibank called her. Can she retrieve her money, which she transferred using Zelle?   Question: I recently received various texts about suspicious activities with my bank account. I contacted Citibank to get more information. A […]

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 GLENDALE KIWANIS The Kiwanis Club of Glendale meets on Fridays at noon. All are invited to a “craft talk” by club member Nzhde Aveg-Petrosyan when he shares his Trip to India. The cost to attend Friday meetings, which includes lunch and program, is $20. All are welcome. The Club meets Friday afternoons at the Elks […]

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Lutheran Church to Host Events On Father’s Day there will be a special celebration at Lutheran Church in the Foothills. Dads and recent graduates will be honored on Sunday, June 16 during the 10 a.m. worship service with Pastor Rick Hall. The event is a heartwarming tradition at LCIF, recognizing the achievements of these special […]

GUSD Holds Commencement Ceremonies

GUSD Holds Commencement Ceremonies

By Mary O’KEEFE   On Wednesday, June 5, commencement and promotion ceremonies were held throughout the Glendale Unified School District (GUSD). Across GUSD a total of 1,799 seniors graduated from the high schools Crescenta Valley, Clark Magnet, Glendale, Hoover, Daily and Verdugo Academy. Crescenta Valley boasted 596 graduates; there were 508 at Glendale, 347 at […]

VOICE OF THE VERDUGOS <<< CRAIG DURST

VOICE OF THE VERDUGOS <<< CRAIG DURST

The Real Slim on Shady Arthur “Slim” Vaughan moved to the Crescenta Valley in the early 1930s in his late 20s. After bouncing about for a time, he moved in with his mother Inez and stepfather Willard on Shadygrove Street near Marcus Avenue in Tujunga. He’d been working in construction, doing electrical work for some […]

NEWS FROM THE CVTC >>> FRIDA BAGHDASSARIAN

Residents gathered this past Sunday for a delightful Coffee with Council event at the Montrose Harvest Market where councilmembers engaged in meaningful conversations while strengthening community bonds in a lively atmosphere. A heartfelt thank you is extended to all who took the time to join us for a chat. One of the most fulfilling aspects […]

Letters to the Editors

It All Started in Montrose! The Congress of the United States, by Joint Resolution on June 9, 1966, approved H.J. Resolution 763 proclaiming the week in which June 14 occurs as National Flag Week. The same Resolution requested that the President is to issue every year a proclamation and also to call upon citizens of […]

St. Francis Celebrates the Class of 2024

St. Francis Celebrates the Class of 2024

St. Francis’ 124 Golden Knights from the Class of 2024 graduated on Saturday, May 25 on the campus of St. Francis High School in La Cañada Flintridge. Surrounded by their families and friends, these young men received their diplomas and officially joined the ranks of the St. Francis alumni community. These graduates have achieved an […]