December 13, 2007
Scot Clark Bayles and Brittany Dawn Kenyon are planning a December wedding in the Los Angeles Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Brittany is the daughter of Terry and Nickie Kenyon of Lancaster, Calif. She was on the soccer and golf teams at Quartz Hill High School, from which she graduated in 2002. She attended Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, served a church mission in Argentina and then returned to BYU, where she will begin a nursing program in January.
December 13, 2007
Members of the Don José Chapter of the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, held its monthly meeting at a private home recently. Also in attendance were Crescenta Valley Air Force ROTC Lt. Col. David Worley and JROTC Cadet Capt. Elizabeth Lee, a senior at Crescenta Valley High School and recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution ROTC Medal. The award was presented this past June at a CVHS awards ceremony. Col. Worley praised Lee for her work and describing her as "a tremendous leader, one of three in charge of cadet operations for the CVHS program."
July 26, 2007
Two local youths, Chelsea Johnson from Crescenta Valley High School and Abraham Frandsen from La Cañada High School, were honored last week at "Mormon Night at Dodger Stadium." A tradition for many years, "Mormon Night at Dodger Stadium" draws thousands of members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from numerous stakes in the greater Los Angeles area. (A stake is a geographical area which includes seven to 10 local congregations.) Six graduating high school seniors who are members of the church in the greater Los Angeles area are honored each year for outstanding academic, extracurricular activities and community service.
October 16, 2008
Community Avenue in La Crescenta, a cellphone, wallet and student identification were stolen from a locker at Crescenta Valley High School in the 2900 block at 11:10 a.m. on Oct. 8. Prospect Avenue in La Crescenta, a catalytic converter was stolen from a Toyota in the 2400 block overnight, Oct. 7-8. Del Mar Road in Montrose, a catalytic converter was stolen from a Nissan in the 2200 block overnight, Oct. 6-7. Descanso Drive...
July 8, 2004
The Crescenta Valley Soccer Club Girls Under 14 team was recently seeded in the Fall 2004 season "Gold" bracketing (U15), making it the only girls' team in that age bracket from the Crescenta, San Gabriel and San Fernando valleys to earn the coveted spot. There are 124 teams competing in that age bracket in the Coast Soccer League, but only the top 12 teams earn a Gold bracketing. This CVSC team is comprised of players from throughout the area. Crescenta Valley High School is represented by goalie Emma Dearman, midfielder Hannah Green, striker/midfielder Richelle Mascaro and defender Melania Moradian.
August 3, 2006
Carl and Cindy Roberg of La Crescenta are pleased to announce the engagement of their son Brandon Lars Roberg to Alison Louise Stone, daughter of Scott and Lori Stone of Bridgewater, New Jersey. The wedding will take place Aug. 12 at Los Angeles Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. A friend of the bride, Olivia Wilkinson of Elk Point, South Dakota, will serve as maid of honor. Crescenta Valley High School graduate Chanson Jones, a friend of the groom, will be the best man. The reception will be held at the La Crescenta home of Kirn and Sally Kessen.
October 19, 2006
Last Friday, the Crescenta Valley High School and La Cañada High School Comedy Sportz teams held their first match of the year at the LCHS Auditorium. They were victorious over CVHS. Comedy Sportz is a league of exceptionally funny students who make up exceptionally funny things to say off the top of their heads at a moment's notice from suggestions from the audience. Comedy Sportz matches resemble the television show "Who's Line Is It Anyway?" Started in 1984 in Milwaukee, WI by Dick Chudnow.
July 13, 2006
Registration begins Aug. 29; classes begin Sept. 11 at Revolution Dance Center, owned and directed by Julie Kay Stallcup. She recently choreographed "Grease," "Crazy for You," "Guys & Dolls" and several numbers for the CV Show Choir at Crescenta Valley High School, so she is a familiar face in the foothills. After performing as a magician's assistant in Branson, Mo., then as a showgirl in Las Vegas, she moved to California in 1999 to start building the dance community in Montrose.
October 13, 2005
Shopping, talking on cell phones and chatting online are a few of the ways teens choose to spend their extra time. But Lauren Schmidt, 16, a junior at Crescenta Valley High School, decided to stray from the norm and help others. Schmidt is an honors student, president of the math club, a viola and piano player and a black belt in karate, and somehow managed to make time to create a family-to-family sponsor program. The program, based out of the New Horizon Family Center, helps the needy and homeless families of South Glendale.
April 21, 2005
The Crescenta Valley High School music and choral department brought home some gold from the island paradise of Oahu. The group of about 290 students traveled to Oahu April 7 to take part in the Gateway Music festival held anually on the island at Bringham Young University. According to director Matthew Schick, the Crescenta Valley Choir and orchestra earned a Grand Master Trophy, the CV jazz band, string orchestra and symphony orchestra earned gold ratings, with silver ratings going to the concert band.