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By Lauren Oakes | April 3, 2008
I love jokes, all jokes. Blonde jokes: How can you tell a blonde has been working at a computer? Whiteout on the screen . Women jokes: Why couldn’t Helen Keller drive? Because she was a woman . This runs in our family. We have weird senses of humor. My sister, when she was a blonde, got a license plate (in Alaska) that read “blonde” and she installed it upside down. Most of the cops who saw it pulled her over to say they thought it was funny.
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By Mary O’Keefe | November 15, 2007
The La Cañada Flintridge Korean American Outreach organization presented a check in the amount of $51,079.73 to the La Cañada Flintridge Educational Foundation at its Nov. 8 meeting held at the La Cañada Elementary School. “The La Cañada Korean American community had a fundraiser dinner to raise the funds,” said Sonia Chung, president of the organization. The group was formed last year to help build a bridge between the Korean American community, the foundation and the public school system.
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By Carolyn Neuhausen | November 21, 2011
Although it held a “soft” opening several weeks ago, Anytime Fitness officially opened its doors Saturday in the Town Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony where civic leaders, chamber of commerce staff and community members welcomed the gym to La Cañada Flintridge. The 24-hour access gym at 890 Town Center Drive, open to members every day of the year for use, also features a chiropractic doctor and a Shiatsu massage therapist on site. Each person who attended the grand opening was given a voucher for one free week of gym access and the $79.95 enrollment fee was waived for those who signed up over the weekend.
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By Lauren Oakes | April 3, 2008
I love jokes, all jokes. Blonde jokes: How can you tell a blonde has been working at a computer? Whiteout on the screen . Women jokes: Why couldn’t Helen Keller drive? Because she was a woman . This runs in our family. We have weird senses of humor. My sister, when she was a blonde, got a license plate (in Alaska) that read “blonde” and she installed it upside down. Most of the cops who saw it pulled her over to say they thought it was funny.
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