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October 27, 2005
Pack 519 Den Enjoys Kayaking, Swimming & Hiking Sam Davidson, Shaun Haupt, Brock Hudnut, Graham Miketta, Eric Schreckengast, & Nathan Spindle (Den 2 members) Our den loved the camping trip we took to Catalina. First we got up at 5:30 in the morning. Then we took cars from PCY and drove to the Catalina Express. When the boat started to go we looked over the edge and the water was splashing really hard. When we got to the island, we sailed on the Davidsons' boat from the dock to where we camped.
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NEWS
December 24, 2009
Cub Scouts from Den 3 of pack 512 visited the La Cañada Valley Sun offices to find out how newspapers are made on Friday. They were learning about different ways of communicating. Staff writer/sports editor Seth Amitin explained the business. At the end of their visit, they said they had learned the following: ??Newspapers have to capture the reader?s attention to tell the people of La Cañada what?s happening. ??Newspaper writing is a lot harder than writing in school.
NEWS
By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | January 16, 2013
Local Cub Scouts got a preview Tuesday afternoon on how authorities rescue stranded hikers and climb snowy mountain ranges. They passed around an ice pick, held snowshoes and tested the weight of a harness. The demonstration, held at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in La Cañada Flintridge, was part of the Success Through Awareness and Resistance (STAR) program offered through the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's station. STAR teaches youth about ethics, values and possible future careers, said Deputy Eddie Tsuang.
COMMUNITY
December 19, 2012
Ten Years Ago Fourth-grade students at La Cañada Elementary School completed a section of their social studies unit in December 2002 with a lesson in making tamales. Their instructor was Blair Salisbury of El Cholo Pasadena. Twenty Years Ago The Descanso Gardens Guild signed a contract with Los Angeles County to administer and manage the local botanical showplace beginning Jan. 1, 1993. Thirty Years Ago An 82-year-old La Crescenta man who became disoriented on his way to Christmas Eve services in La Cañada was safely intercepted by law enforcement officers after driving westbound in the eastbound lanes of the 210 Freeway.
SPORTS
By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan, Special to the La Canada Valley Sun | February 5, 2014
LA CAÑADA - St. Francis High soccer Coach Glen Appels has seen Loyola soccer teams that may have had better individual players, but this year's squad might be the deepest and most balanced Cubs team that his Golden Knights have come across in the 25 years that he's been at the helm. The Cubs, the top-ranked team in CIF Southern Section Division I, showed off their strength and depth in the second meeting between the longtime rivals this season. Loyola scored a goal six minutes into the contest and added two more within the first four minutes of the second half en route to running away with a 5-0 Mission League victory Wednesday at St. Francis' Friedman Field.
FEATURES
By by Pack 519, Den 8 Cub Scouts | January 29, 2009
Bear Cubs from Pack 519, Den 8 in La Cañada Flintridge visited the Valley Sun office Jan. 23 to learn about newspapers. There were nine Cub Scouts, four siblings and five moms in the group that toured the paper?s office. The Bear Cubs were working on a scouting achievement. Most of the den attend Paradise Canyon Elementary School, but one attends The Learning Castle and another attends La Cañada Elementary School. ?It is really awesome to visit the Valley Sun,? said Evan Grayson.
FEATURES
By Geghard Arakelian | February 2, 2006
Tiger Cubs from Pack 519 Den 7, visited the Valley Sun office on the morning of Friday, Jan. 27, for a tour of how the paper runs on a daily basis. Led by Editor Carol Cormaci, the cubs, accompanied by volunteering parents, made their way through the Valley Sun offices while Cormaci narrated a tour. Kevin Kim, a 7-year-old of Den 7, enjoyed seeing the computers in the office since he "like[s] to write things on the computer," adding that seeing how the computers there work will help him work on computers.
SPORTS
May 11, 2006
Starting a new winning streak after its last one was stopped at 13, the St. Francis varsity baseball team shut out Los Angeles Loyola in two successive games to move into a tie for first in the Mission League. The Golden Knights improved to 20-3 overall and to 8-2 in league after blanking the Cubs, 3-0, last Friday and 1-0 on May 2. St. Francis has pulled up even with Loyola in the league standings. St. Francis traveled to Los Angeles Valley College to play Encino Crespi on Tuesday in a league contest, but no results were available at press time.
SPORTS
September 21, 2006
Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' varsity tennis team's nonleague season opener against Mayfield at the South Pasadena Raquet Club on Sept. 11 was certainly a shock to the system for the Tologs. The Cubs embarrassed Sacred Heart, 17-1, to start the season on quite a downer note. Only freshman Amy Trivers was able to win a singles set for the Tologs. Sacred Heart, 0-1, played Flintridge Prep at Scholl Canyon on Sept. 12 and battled La Cañada at the Fremont Tennis Center last Thursday.
SPORTS
February 10, 2005
Visiting Los Angeles Loyola put a somber finish to the Mission League schedule on Monday for the St. Francis varsity soccer team. The Cubs knocked out the Golden Knights, 3-1, in overtime at Friedman Field to win the league championship, something that St. Francis had been pursuing all season long. The Golden Knights fell to 18-5-2 overall and finished 9-3 in league. Loyola captured the league crown with a 10-2 record. The Cubs scored the first goal in the ninth minute and the Golden Knights tied the score in the 27th minute on a shot by Scott Stephens.
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