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December 11, 2008
La Cañada High School seventh and eighth graders ate, danced and socialized Friday night at the annual Dine ?n? Dance. The junior high?s only evening dance was well attended; and teens dressed for the occasion, with young men in slacks and nice shirts and young ladies in dresses and heels. The school cafeteria looked elegant, decorated with balloons. Several long tables were heaped with homebaked goods and other treats. In-N-Out served burgers and volunteers offered up freshly spun cotton candy.
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By Sara Cardine | December 11, 2013
On Monday, six participants of the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce's Summer Internship Program shared experiences and lessons learned over six-week stints at local businesses and organizations in a series of public presentations. The program, which exposes La Cañada High School students to real-world work experiences, ran from June to August. The presentation is a final obligation; interns also attended chamber of commerce, city council, city commission and school board meetings, and chamber mixers.
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June 12, 2008
Taylor Afshar Tristan Afshar Taline Albarian Athena Andraos Jared Arat Andrew Ashford Russell Austin Alexander Bache Alexandra Badie Megan Bambanian Daisy Beckner Johnny Berjikian Jonathan Berjikian Karla Berjikian Clare Bierman Sean Bird Jonah Bodmer Jacob Bonham Connor Bradley Michael Cassutt Alexander Castro Eric Chang Courtney Chen ...
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April 10, 2008
Broncos Blue Jays 6, Red Sox 6 Battling darkness the Blue Jays were able to score three runs in the bottom of the 7th inning to tie the Red Sox 6-6 with Ryan Helbing, Mateus Defaria, Dillan Williams and David Bywater all getting key hits during the inning. The Blue Jays were blessed with excellent defense as Jack Schulte, Scotty Plastisa, Matthew Van Wyk, Don Pontrelli and Greg Priess. Dillon Bonde had an excellent bunt that started a rally.
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April 24, 2008
Babe Ruth Yankees 10, Red Sox 10 After falling behind 5-0 in the first, the Red Sox rallied to make it a back-and-forth game until the bottom of the sixth, when Scott Mele doubled to deep center field to drive in Kevin Paynter with the tying run as the game ended knotted up at 10 runs apiece. Cole Ramseyer doubled and singled and scored twice. Andrew Burger was 1-for-3, also scoring twice. Andy Paynter singled and scored. Coleman Monroe scored on a sacrafice fly to center by Lance Bird.
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By Jane Napier Neely | January 22, 2014
This past long weekend I decided to gather up my dog Lola and get out of town. We headed along El Camino Real to beautiful Santa Barbara to visit the "Queen of the Missions" and my twin sister, Elaine, along with her husband, Larry. The warm Santa Ana winds that had been blowing in our valley followed me to this picturesque coastal city. A special treat for us was our daily walk along the breakwater by the harbor. Each day we were warmed by hotter than usual breezes. Oh, how I love the smell of the sea. I often wonder why I live so far away from the ocean.
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May 11, 2006
La Canada Junior Baseball/Softball Scores Babe Ruth Division Yankees (Woe) - 13 Orioles (Hanson) - 3 The Yankees’ Ace Taylor Brink and Closer Joseph Cadiff faced off against Orioles’ pitchers including Sam Baldwin Chris Longo in a game in which the Yankees came out on top. Kevin Dalrymple (a triple and a single). Will Peterman (a double), Brink (two singles) and Mark Saatzer, Jamie Krasner, Harry Kightlinger, John Love and Cadiff, all of whom had singles, led the team The highlight for the Orioles’ offense was Josh Hanson’s prodigious home run to the right field wall and a double by Longo.
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By Sara Cardine | December 11, 2013
On Monday, six participants of the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce's Summer Internship Program shared experiences and lessons learned over six-week stints at local businesses and organizations in a series of public presentations. The program, which exposes La Cañada High School students to real-world work experiences, ran from June to August. The presentation is a final obligation; interns also attended chamber of commerce, city council, city commission and school board meetings, and chamber mixers.
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December 11, 2008
La Cañada High School seventh and eighth graders ate, danced and socialized Friday night at the annual Dine ?n? Dance. The junior high?s only evening dance was well attended; and teens dressed for the occasion, with young men in slacks and nice shirts and young ladies in dresses and heels. The school cafeteria looked elegant, decorated with balloons. Several long tables were heaped with homebaked goods and other treats. In-N-Out served burgers and volunteers offered up freshly spun cotton candy.
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