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By Mary O'Keefe | August 3, 2006
During a ride along on Friday night Glendale police officers Jeff Davis and Eric Meyers, demonstrate to two reporters what their job is like after the sun goes down. The officers were driving an unmarked vehicle when their first call of the evening was a stabbing at Montrose Park. They drove up the 2 Freeway at high speed, managing to watch traffic while expertly weaving around other drivers. When the car arrived in Montrose, the radio reported that a juvenile had been stabbed.
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August 9, 2007
Kaitzer had decided that we would not send Sabine on the fifth grade field trip to Valley Forge. In matters that are non-substantive, I defer to Kaitzer as she seems to have more wisdom than I on the trivialities of daily life. I, however, decide on the big ones, such as In-N-Out or Burger King. Somehow it works for us. Would her decision curtail Sabine?s future sense of autonomy, thus subjugating her to a life of dependency? Would Sabine ever own her own clothes or learn to butter her own toast?
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By Carol Cormaci | October 9, 2008
There’s nothing quite like a traffic back-up to bring out the worst in people. Witness Wednesday morning’s rush hour murder investigation on the southbound 2 that impacted local drivers. I first got a clue about what was going on when I answered the home phone at about 7:25 to hear our daughter, very agitated, saying traffic on Angeles Crest was completely jammed and now she was going to be late to her Monrovia workplace. She’d heard on her car radio there was a murder on the 2 Freeway.
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June 17, 2004
Three local youths have received $1,000 scholarships from the Burger King Scholars Program. The award is given to deserving high school students toward college or post-secondary vocational/technical schools. Local recipients included Gregory Morillo of La Cañada High School, Paul Tino of St. Francis High School and Leanna Turner of Flintridge Sacred Heart High School. Each received the award based on grade point average, demonstrated financial need, work experience and continual participation in extracurricular activities, according to Steven M. Lewis and Clyde W. Rucker, co-chairmen of the Burger King/McLamore Foundation, which administers the Burger King Scholars Program.
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By Chris Sutton | March 25, 2004
Everyone was smiling at La Cañada Elementary School Friday as hundreds of grandparents came to have lunch with their grandchildren. They wore sunglasses and hats, toting blankets, folding chairs, picnic baskets, lunches and cameras. LCE's quad area looked like a park, with everyone having their picnics. The lunches ranged from Burger King, In N' Out, Quizno's to peanut butter sandwiches and fruit, whatever was the favorite of the grandchildren. Some traveled from out of state for the special event, like first grader Scotty Platisa's grandfather, who flew in from Idaho.
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By Ruth Longoria | August 6, 2009
This week?s Valley Sun All Star excels in a montage of ways. Edie Bucar, 17, a 2009 graduate of La Cañada High School, is musical, creative, artistic and inventive. She?s devoted to her music, diligent in her studies and a delight to her instructors. ?I?ve been teaching her since Edie was a little girl,? said Bucar?s piano teacher, Dr. Sanya Henderson of the Art of Music Studio in Eagle Rock. ?She?s an absolutely amazing learner, very diverse in her interests, and a pleasure to teach,?
FEATURES
March 26, 2009
Elizabeth House benefit success Times may be tough and uncertain economically, but roughly 200 supporters of Elizabeth House — the only shelter for homeless, pregnant women and their children in the San Gabriel Valley — did not let that deter them when they attended the shelter’s recent benefit, “Where Love Embraces Life,” at the University Club in Pasadena. Proceeds raised from the event’s silent auction, opportunity drawings, and personal contributions totaled approximately $75,000.
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September 11, 2008
PCY back to school picnic Sept. 12 The Paradise Canyon Elementary PTA will be hosting a Great American Back to School Family Picnic at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 12. All PCY families are invited for some good old fashioned fun to celebrate the start of another school year. This year?s event will include an Outdoor Marketplace featuring various local vendors (including PCY parents) peddling their wares to benefit the PCY PTA. A delicious BBQ will be provided by Lee?s Hoagie House followed by a free movie at the PCY Family Drive-In for the whole family to enjoy.
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By Carol Cormaci | March 26, 2009
Not many things can entice me out of our warm home on a cold Sunday afternoon, but the promise of a chocolate-filled afternoon at the Langham Hotel (the Huntington-Sheraton of our youth and more recently a Ritz-Carlton) was too much for even a homebody like me to resist. If any activity is worth switching out of jeans and an old sweater for more refined attire, it’s tea in the old hotel’s Lobby Lounge. So when the invitation came to be a guest at the inaugural “Chocolate Tea” last Sunday I wasted no time in rsvp-ing.
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August 9, 2007
Joe Puglia Kaitzer had decided that we would not send Sabine on the fifth grade field trip to Valley Forge. In matters that are non-substantive, I defer to Kaitzer as she seems to have more wisdom than I on the trivialities of daily life. I, however, decide on the big ones, such as In-N-Out or Burger King. Somehow it works for us. Would her decision curtail Sabine’s future sense of autonomy, thus subjugating her to a life of dependency? Would Sabine ever own her own clothes or learn to butter her own toast?
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By Carol Cormaci | October 9, 2008
There’s nothing quite like a traffic back-up to bring out the worst in people. Witness Wednesday morning’s rush hour murder investigation on the southbound 2 that impacted local drivers. I first got a clue about what was going on when I answered the home phone at about 7:25 to hear our daughter, very agitated, saying traffic on Angeles Crest was completely jammed and now she was going to be late to her Monrovia workplace. She’d heard on her car radio there was a murder on the 2 Freeway.
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August 9, 2007
Kaitzer had decided that we would not send Sabine on the fifth grade field trip to Valley Forge. In matters that are non-substantive, I defer to Kaitzer as she seems to have more wisdom than I on the trivialities of daily life. I, however, decide on the big ones, such as In-N-Out or Burger King. Somehow it works for us. Would her decision curtail Sabine?s future sense of autonomy, thus subjugating her to a life of dependency? Would Sabine ever own her own clothes or learn to butter her own toast?
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By Mary O'Keefe | August 3, 2006
During a ride along on Friday night Glendale police officers Jeff Davis and Eric Meyers, demonstrate to two reporters what their job is like after the sun goes down. The officers were driving an unmarked vehicle when their first call of the evening was a stabbing at Montrose Park. They drove up the 2 Freeway at high speed, managing to watch traffic while expertly weaving around other drivers. When the car arrived in Montrose, the radio reported that a juvenile had been stabbed.
NEWS
June 17, 2004
Three local youths have received $1,000 scholarships from the Burger King Scholars Program. The award is given to deserving high school students toward college or post-secondary vocational/technical schools. Local recipients included Gregory Morillo of La Cañada High School, Paul Tino of St. Francis High School and Leanna Turner of Flintridge Sacred Heart High School. Each received the award based on grade point average, demonstrated financial need, work experience and continual participation in extracurricular activities, according to Steven M. Lewis and Clyde W. Rucker, co-chairmen of the Burger King/McLamore Foundation, which administers the Burger King Scholars Program.
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