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By Michael J. Arvizu Valley Sun | March 6, 2008
A delegation of about 90 St. Bede the Venerable Church parishioners traveled to Anaheim last weekend to take part in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles? 2008 Religion Education Congress. The Religious Education Congress ? also known by its abbreviated form as Congress ? draws an estimated 40,000 people annually, according to its website. This year?s event, held at the Marriott Marquee Hotel, hosted faithful from San Diego to Las Vegas, and internationally from Mexico to the Philippines and Ireland.
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By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | May 2, 2013
Palm Crest Elementary School sits four miles away from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where a team built and developed the Mars rover Curiosity, the largest machine sent to another planet. But engineers at the La Cañada Flintridge lab may have some competition on the horizon: The school is starting a robotics program and a handful of students have already participated in an international competition. PHOTOS: Palm Crest Elementary robotics team shows off skills After parents - including some who worked on Curiosity - secured a grant to work on a new pilot robotics program for elementary students, they put together a team of 10 students.
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March 18, 2010
Last week, we broke the news that Monsignor Jim Gehl, pastor of St. Bede?s Parish in La Cañada has been appointed pastor of St. Euphrasia Parish in Granada Hills. Father Jim, as Gehl is known to his parishioners, will start in his new position July 1. No doubt, plenty of goodbyes are already set to take place in the months preceding his departure. The Rev. Antonio Cacciapuoti, pastor at Christ the King Church in Los Angles and a native of Italy, will take over Gehl?s position on July 1. I?
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | March 2, 2011
The season looked over for the La Cañada High boys' basketball team. Palm Springs had possession, and a one-point lead, with 18 seconds left in overtime of the CIF Southern Section Division III-AA semifinals on Friday. "I can't say it didn't go through my head [that the season was over], but we just had to execute for 18 seconds," La Cañada guard Dario CiVon said. Somehow the Spartans pulled out the win, 61-60, in overtime, but it wasn't easy. The Spartans needed some help from the Indians, though — at least a missed free throw — to pull out a win. They ended up getting something better.
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By Andrew Shortall | March 4, 2011
It was hard for Matt Faber to believe it was all happening as the seconds ticked off the clock. The forward for the La Cañada High boys' basketball team had just brought down the biggest rebound of his life — off a potential game-tying shot with 11 seconds left in the fourth quarter of the CIF Southern Section Division III-AA game against Price High at the Anaheim Convention Center. The ball bounced off the rim right to Faber, who looked upcourt and saw his teammate, Dario CiVon, standing all alone on the other side of the court.
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By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | May 2, 2013
Palm Crest Elementary School sits four miles away from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where a team built and developed the Mars rover Curiosity, the largest machine sent to another planet. But engineers at the La Cañada Flintridge lab may have some competition on the horizon: The school is starting a robotics program and a handful of students have already participated in an international competition. PHOTOS: Palm Crest Elementary robotics team shows off skills After parents - including some who worked on Curiosity - secured a grant to work on a new pilot robotics program for elementary students, they put together a team of 10 students.
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By Michael J. Arvizu Valley Sun | March 6, 2008
A delegation of about 90 St. Bede the Venerable Church parishioners traveled to Anaheim last weekend to take part in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles? 2008 Religion Education Congress. The Religious Education Congress ? also known by its abbreviated form as Congress ? draws an estimated 40,000 people annually, according to its website. This year?s event, held at the Marriott Marquee Hotel, hosted faithful from San Diego to Las Vegas, and internationally from Mexico to the Philippines and Ireland.
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