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November 19, 2011
Pilgrims and Native Americans came together Friday to celebrate Thanksgiving at La Cañada Elementary School, as the 5th grade class held their annual Thanksgiving Feast. The 99 kids, in full holiday regalia, sang songs before sitting down for a delicious meal which included such kid-friendly fare as a chocolate fountain with marshmallows for dipping. For parent and room representative Maiquel Alejo, who was dressed in Native American garb herself, the event was a chance for parents to show some thanks.
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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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July 27, 2006
The Pasadena-Foothills Association of Realtors (PFAR) raised over $10,000 last month at its 2006 wine tasting charity event, "Masquerade." Nearly 200 guests gathered at the stunning Tiffany Oaks Estate, a 1908 Craftsman home in South Pasadena owned by Mario and Therese Molina. The evening featured scrumptious appetizers from Cynthia Brooks Distinctive Catering; a chocolate fountain, compliments of Countrywide's Mozilo Team; and Chronicle Wine Cellar's flavorsome, petite boutique wines, compliments of Washington Mutual's Chris Ioannou Team.
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December 1, 2005
La Cañada Flintridge Country Club's Sunday Night Family Buffet is the place to be weekly from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. On Nov. 20, club members enjoyed a lavish buffet while listening to the music of Simon and Simon. For the unbelievable price of $17.95, adults enjoyed a salad station consisting of a Mediterranean salad, Caesar salad, mixed green salad, and an Italian pasta salad. That followed with an ice station of sashimi, shrimp, cocktail, and smoked salmon. Entrees included chicken dumplings, a made-to-order pasta bar, barbecue ribs, saffron rice, and the vegetable du jour.
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November 19, 2011
Pilgrims and Native Americans came together Friday to celebrate Thanksgiving at La Cañada Elementary School, as the 5th grade class held their annual Thanksgiving Feast. The 99 kids, in full holiday regalia, sang songs before sitting down for a delicious meal which included such kid-friendly fare as a chocolate fountain with marshmallows for dipping. For parent and room representative Maiquel Alejo, who was dressed in Native American garb herself, the event was a chance for parents to show some thanks.
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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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