Audrey Elizabeth Harris of La Crescenta was awarded a juris doctor degree from the University of Georgia School of Law on May 22. Harris was awarded a near full-tuition scholarship, and while at UGA was on the editorial board of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law and was president of the Labor and Employment Law […]
Missionary Tyla Kimball helps La Crescenta resident Noah Asama, 12, donate non-perishables for a food drive on Thursday, July 15 sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, La Crescenta Stake. Donations will be given to the Bailey Center food bank at Tujunga United Methodist Church.
Photo by Ruth SOWBY
Prom Plus held a scholarship distribution event on Thursday at the American Legion Hall. The event recognized scholarship recipients Ivan Tyler, the recipient of the Bob Fletcher Scholarship, and Lucian Kugler, who each received money for upcoming college expenses and certificates of acknowledgment from several dignitaries. Leif-Anzell Shomali was also recognized as being the recipient […]
By Mary O’KEEFE
The first post pandemic bingo in Crescenta Valley occurred last Saturday at the Verdugo Hills Memorial Hall, where the American Legion Post 288 meets.
There were over 125 people in attendance, daubers at the ready, eager to claim one of several $100 prizes.
“This was the first [post-pandemic] bingo of the year and it was […]
Dignity Health – Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center (GMHHC) hosted a month-long food drive during June’s National Pride Awareness Month to benefit the clients served by the food pantry at the Los Angeles LGBT Center. Hundreds of hospital employees came together in a show of humankindness by donating specific items to meet the growing […]
City of Glendale Mayor Paula Devine recently visited the Gogian House to reconnect with The Campbell Center (TCC) associates for a luncheon and to present their daily activities at the home. Before the luncheon, several residents gave a tour of the home to Mayor Devine and TCC leadership, which included an overview of the virtual […]
Propelled by the energy of a “live” in-person meeting, the Kiwanis Club of La Cañada recently celebrated four local graduating seniors with scholarships of $3,000 each. The criteria for the award included their dedicated community service and schoolwork performance as well as being highly recommended by the staff of high school counselors. Another major component […]
By Lori BODNAR, intern
On June 15, the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted an outdoors in-person scholarship ceremony for 11 high school seniors and their families at the Chevy Chase Country Club. The outdoor setting was inviting and individual tables for each family were nestled under shady oak trees with a few rows of grape […]
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Let’s face it, 2020 wasn’t great on our waistlines. Stop blaming your dryer. Time to put down the cheeseballs, delete the Postmates app, and get back to the gym.
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