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April 16, 2014
Nick Sercel and Andrew Nettles, students at St. Bede the Venerable Catholic School, were recently recognized as distinguished service award winners by local branch 374 of the Italian Catholic Federation. Branch President Al Restivo, and First Vice President Mark Mannarelli presented checks for $100 each to the young men at two meetings of ICF held in February and March at the St. Bede Parish Center. The boys were also presented with a framed certificate, which honored them for their distinguished service to their community, church and school.
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By Ruth Longoria | April 10, 2008
If you need a job done, and done well, you can always count on Casey, those who know the eighth-grade student say. Casey Pontrelli, 14, a student at St. Bede the Venerable Catholic School, is this week’s Valley Sun All-Star. Pontrelli was nominated by her teacher and vice principal at the school, Barbara Kuhl. “Casey is such a nice girl. She’d give you the shirt off her back, and that’s not usual to see in her girls her age,” Kuhl said. “She’s sweet, smart, and organized, and she does a great job at everything she does.
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January 19, 2006
The Kiwanis Club of La Cañada Noon named sixth graders from La Cañada Elementary School "Terrific Kids." Lance Bird was selected by his teacher Trysha Glaser, for being a member of the Student Council for two years. Lance plays saxophone in the school's concert band and is in the Gate program and the after-school study program. Lance is an altar server at St. Bede's Church. He enjoys playing baseball and basketball and he is a member of the La Cañada Country Club Swimming Team.
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By Ruth Longoria | April 10, 2008
If you need a job done, and done well, you can always count on Casey, those who know the eighth-grade student say. Casey Pontrelli, 14, a student at St. Bede the Venerable Catholic School, is this week?s Valley Sun All-Star. Pontrelli was nominated by her teacher and vice principal at the school, Barbara Kuhl. ?Casey is such a nice girl. She?d give you the shirt off her back, and that?s not usual to see in her girls her age,? Kuhl said. ?She?s sweet, smart, and organized, and she does a great job at everything she does.
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By Ruth Longoria | April 17, 2008
A future New York Yankees manager may be in the making right here in La Cañada. Eighth-grader John Hayes is a dedicated Yankees fan, talented pitcher and shortstop on La Cañada?s own Babe Ruth Yankee?s baseball team, volunteer youth baseball coach with the Mustang League Angels team, basketball and flag football player, exceptional student, altar server and president of St. Bede the Venerable Catholic School?s Builders Club, which is a youth community service organization connected with La Cañada?
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By Ruth Longoria | October 23, 2008
The ability to lead and to follow are two of the attributes of this week’s Valley Sun All-Star, Ryan Schiller, a student at St. Bede the Venerable Catholic School. Schiller, 13, was nominated for the honor by his teacher at the school, Barbara Kuhl. Kuhl, who teaches eighth-grade and is the vice principal at St. Bede, said Schiller is an outstanding young man and good student. “He blows you away. He’s a very articulate young man, with a beautiful voice and he’s very interesting also,” she said.
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By Ruth Longoria | October 30, 2008
This week’s Valley Sun All-Star is described as a “go-getter,” a “dynamite girl,” and a “motivated self-starter.” St. Bede Catholic School eighth grader Colleen Degnan is appreciated by adults, admired by her peers and respected by younger children. “Colleen is very sweet and personable and a good student,” said Barbara Kuhl, Degnan’s teacher and vice principal at the school. Kuhl also is the one who nominated Degnan to be an All-Star and the one to call the youth a “dynamite girl.
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April 16, 2014
Nick Sercel and Andrew Nettles, students at St. Bede the Venerable Catholic School, were recently recognized as distinguished service award winners by local branch 374 of the Italian Catholic Federation. Branch President Al Restivo, and First Vice President Mark Mannarelli presented checks for $100 each to the young men at two meetings of ICF held in February and March at the St. Bede Parish Center. The boys were also presented with a framed certificate, which honored them for their distinguished service to their community, church and school.
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By Ruth Longoria | April 10, 2008
If you need a job done, and done well, you can always count on Casey, those who know the eighth-grade student say. Casey Pontrelli, 14, a student at St. Bede the Venerable Catholic School, is this week’s Valley Sun All-Star. Pontrelli was nominated by her teacher and vice principal at the school, Barbara Kuhl. “Casey is such a nice girl. She’d give you the shirt off her back, and that’s not usual to see in her girls her age,” Kuhl said. “She’s sweet, smart, and organized, and she does a great job at everything she does.
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