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June 1, 2006
Eleven local women will be awarded college tuition assistance by the College Women's Club of Pasadena. The scholarship and fellowship recipients will be introduced to members at the Club's luncheon meeting on June 6. Graduate Student Fellowship recipients are Jeanette Lantz at Fuller Theological Seminary, Jennaba Laska and Verginia Sin at the Art Center College of Design. Scholarships are awarded to women who have completed at least two years of college. This year's recipients are Blanca Yolanda Martinez and Anita Ibarra at East Los Angeles College; Jessica Gonzalez at California Institute of Technology; Narjis Hyder, Cheryl Li and Frances Dorantes of Pasadena Community College and Verzhine Trdatyan and Tatevik Garilyan of Glendale Community College.
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August 21, 2008
We were at dinner with some law school friends. I was holding forth about indicators of hospital quality (?Good gift shop = good hospital?) and the candidates (?Good SNL skit = good president?), when the subject came up. The subject: Helen Miller Bailey. Perhaps you?ve heard of her. There?s the Helen Miller Bailey Library at East Los Angeles College, the Helen Miller Bailey scholarship and the Helen Miller Bailey Legacy Foundation. Helen Miller Bailey, PhD, was a historian, a mentor and an educator.
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April 27, 2006
Ten Years Ago … The La Cañada Flintridge Public Library had a new computer resource center thanks to the donation of $10,000 from the City of La Cañada Flintridge. The new computer was being made available to those library patrons with a library card and no outstanding fines. Twenty Years Ago … California Governor George Deukmejian was in La Cañada on a Thursday morning 20 years ago to officially dedicate the Cherry Canyon wilderness area.
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May 13, 2010
St. Bede?s Catholic Church ?At 1 p.m. May 22, the choirs of St. Bede the Venerable Church and East Los Angeles College, and Music Director Anthony Lupica, organists George Klump and Barbara Klump, pianist Lucy Nargizyan and the St. Bede Chamber Orchestra present a choral concert featuring the music of Mozart?s Coronation Mass and Haydn?s Concerto No. 1 in C for organ, strings and two oboes, Hob XVIII: 1. A freewill donation of $15 and $5 for children is requested. ?
SPORTS
November 20, 2008
Jr. Pee Wee Gladiators 14 Charter Oak Chargers 7 After defeating the previously undefeated East L.A. Bobcats to advance to the semi-final round of the San Gabriel Valley Jr. All American Football Conference, the La Cañada Gladiator Jr. Pee Wee team traveled to East Los Angeles College on Sunday morning to take on the 8-1 Charter Oak Chargers in the quarter finals where they defeated the Chargers 14-7. The Chargers, last season’s Conference champions, have been enjoying another banner year.
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By Andrew Shortall | April 12, 2012
The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Lauren O'Leary (La Cañada High, 2011) freshman, Georgetown University softball: The Hoyas are in the midst of a skid, dropping six of their last seven, but O'Leary is having a strong debut season. The ace in the Spartans' run to a CIF Southern Section Division V championship last year has emerged as Georgetown's primary starter as she's appeared in a team-high 23 games and started a team-high 14 of 38 games.
SPORTS
November 26, 2011
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Flintridge Prep 42, Morningside L.A. 31: The Rebels finished ninth in the San Gabriel Valley Classic Tournament with a win on Saturday at San Marino High. Maya Okamoto led the way for Prep (2-2) with 20 points and Kimberly Kim added six. It was the second win in a row for the Rebels, who beat Sacred Heart L.A., 36-31, in the tournament at San Marino on Friday. Okamato had 13 points and Kim had 10 points and eight rebounds in the victory. Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 67, Immaculate Heart 54: The Tologs put their first-game blunder behind them and started a winning streak with their second straight win, a 13-point victory in the San Gabriel Valley Classic Tournament at South Pasadena High Friday.
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By Anita S. Brenner | February 1, 2013
If you've driven around Los Angeles lately, you've probably noticed the poor condition of the streets and highways. La Cañada Flintridge has better roads than L.A., but the local freeways - the 210 and the 2 - are just as battered and worn. Ever since the 210 connected with the I-15, LCF has suffered through increased commercial truck traffic. The “truck lanes” are damaged and bumpy and we've seen some whopper collisions involving big rigs. Headed to Pasadena? Some folks choose the “back way” through Woodbury, or along Linda Vista, especially during rush hour.
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August 21, 2008
We were at dinner with some law school friends. I was holding forth about indicators of hospital quality (?Good gift shop = good hospital?) and the candidates (?Good SNL skit = good president?), when the subject came up. The subject: Helen Miller Bailey. Perhaps you?ve heard of her. There?s the Helen Miller Bailey Library at East Los Angeles College, the Helen Miller Bailey scholarship and the Helen Miller Bailey Legacy Foundation. Helen Miller Bailey, PhD, was a historian, a mentor and an educator.
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June 1, 2006
Eleven local women will be awarded college tuition assistance by the College Women's Club of Pasadena. The scholarship and fellowship recipients will be introduced to members at the Club's luncheon meeting on June 6. Graduate Student Fellowship recipients are Jeanette Lantz at Fuller Theological Seminary, Jennaba Laska and Verginia Sin at the Art Center College of Design. Scholarships are awarded to women who have completed at least two years of college. This year's recipients are Blanca Yolanda Martinez and Anita Ibarra at East Los Angeles College; Jessica Gonzalez at California Institute of Technology; Narjis Hyder, Cheryl Li and Frances Dorantes of Pasadena Community College and Verzhine Trdatyan and Tatevik Garilyan of Glendale Community College.
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