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January 19, 2006
Bruce Hinckley is the 2006 recipient of the Boy Scouts of America Award of Excellence from the Verdugo Hills Council executive board of Boy Scouts of America. The council based its decision on Hinckley's numerous contributions to Scouting and other youth endeavors over the years. He will be honored at an awards dinner on Jan. 19 at the Castaways Restaurant. Hinckley was awarded his Eagle Scout badge in 1964, following his three older brothers and later his son, receiving their Eagles.
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October 11, 2007
Rosanne Malogolowkin has been promoted to executive director of the Crescenta-Cañada Family YMCA, John Loussararian has been promoted to executive director of the Verdugo Hills Family YMCA, Craig Prentice becomes associate executive director and Jeff Dapper has been named association director of facilities and properties, it was announced to the Y board Sept. 27 by Larry Hall, president and chief executive officer. Malogolowkin and Loussararian will oversee the management of programming, facilities, volunteer and staff development, financial development and collaborations with the community for their respective YMCAs.
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By Michael J. Arvizu | September 3, 2009
This is probably the hardest piece I’ve had to write for any newspaper. I’ve had my share of difficult stories to write, but this one takes the cake. Weeks ago, when I was asked by my editors to write a column for this space every week, I accepted it humbly and graciously, with the thought that I did not deserve to have a column yet in this stage of my career and that instead it should go to one of my esteemed veteran colleagues. What’s funny is, when I finally figured out what I was going to write about, I panicked over how I was going to write about it. So I’ve mulled for days now how I am going approach this column, and several hours to go until deadline, I still don’t know.
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By Tina Petrosian | January 31, 2008
The Teen Advisory Board of La Cañada Flintridge Library is an ever-expanding group of teenagers who gather on the first Monday of each month in the library?s meeting room to plan teen oriented events at the library and earn community service hours in the process. Susan Hewitt, young adult librarian, explains that she wants to give the means for teens to discover their creativity and learn what they are capable of, ?which is what a library is for, after all,? she says. Hewitt?
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March 22, 2007
Prominent La Cañada residents Drs. Robert and Marguerite Marsh are serving as honorary chairs for the 15th Annual Angel Gala benefiting The Wellness Community-Foothills (TWC-F). Their connection to the organization is longstanding— Marguerite Marsh, Ph.D., chaired and helped create the Angel Gala in 1992 to celebrate TWC-F, and to recognize individuals and organizations instrumental to its success. Robert Marsh, M.D., helped to found the Professional Advisory Board to encourage the area's leading oncologists and radiologists to provide referrals to cancer patients and caregivers to programs at TWC-F.
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November 23, 2006
The official announcement of the fifth annual Children Stand for Children Awards Night and Banquet was made recently. The awards banquet is set to take place in the first week of May, where special guests will range from politicians to entertainers. This annual awards dinner recognizes and honors community activists and organizers of all ages, as well as service providers, while heightening awareness for advocacy, service and leadership. The Children Stand for Children Advisory Board was originally organized and created by Hillsides, a Pasadena non-profit that creates safe places for children at risk and their families.
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February 8, 2007
A rabbit, two doves, levitations, and card tricks ? what do these three all have in common? They will be performed by award-winning illusionist Allen Roy Oshiro at the La Cañada Flintridge Public Library from 4-5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 20. Oshiro will perform sleight of hand, ball manipulation, Chinese linking rings and more tricks. Free tickets will be available at the reference desk. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Library and the Teen Advisory Board. The La Cañada Flintridge Library (County of Los Angeles Public Library)
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May 13, 2004
I attended the LCF "Flint fest" on Saturday Night at Lanterman Auditorium. This was the first film festival held by the La Cañada Youth Council and the Roger Bark-ley Teen Advisory Board. After watching the films I must admit I was impressed. This area, and especially La Cañada, is populated with a number of gifted film makers. The talent in this community is very impressive. I applaud the city for recognizing the need for such a venue and am truly impressed with the amount of energetic, creative and innovative work that was shown Saturday night.
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By Mary O’Keefe | October 11, 2007
During the most recent school board meeting a concerned parent addressed the board on the topic of the district?s gifted program and how these students need as much consideration as those who require intervention. ?I think there should be a GATE (Gifted and Talented Education) workshop,? said parent Margaret Bourke. The school board had been discussing workshops and asked for suggestions. Bourke said a workshop concentrated on those students who are in the gifted program is needed in order to ascertain what the program really offers the students.
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By Michael J. Arvizu | September 3, 2009
This is probably the hardest piece I’ve had to write for any newspaper. I’ve had my share of difficult stories to write, but this one takes the cake. Weeks ago, when I was asked by my editors to write a column for this space every week, I accepted it humbly and graciously, with the thought that I did not deserve to have a column yet in this stage of my career and that instead it should go to one of my esteemed veteran colleagues. What’s funny is, when I finally figured out what I was going to write about, I panicked over how I was going to write about it. So I’ve mulled for days now how I am going approach this column, and several hours to go until deadline, I still don’t know.
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October 11, 2007
Rosanne Malogolowkin has been promoted to executive director of the Crescenta-Cañada Family YMCA, John Loussararian has been promoted to executive director of the Verdugo Hills Family YMCA, Craig Prentice becomes associate executive director and Jeff Dapper has been named association director of facilities and properties, it was announced to the Y board Sept. 27 by Larry Hall, president and chief executive officer. Malogolowkin and Loussararian will oversee the management of programming, facilities, volunteer and staff development, financial development and collaborations with the community for their respective YMCAs.
FEATURES
January 19, 2006
Bruce Hinckley is the 2006 recipient of the Boy Scouts of America Award of Excellence from the Verdugo Hills Council executive board of Boy Scouts of America. The council based its decision on Hinckley's numerous contributions to Scouting and other youth endeavors over the years. He will be honored at an awards dinner on Jan. 19 at the Castaways Restaurant. Hinckley was awarded his Eagle Scout badge in 1964, following his three older brothers and later his son, receiving their Eagles.
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