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By Jane Napier Neely | December 4, 2008
The season is upon us! Just the day after Thanksgiving I was seeing cars cruising by with Christmas trees tied on the top. A pretty special early present was given to all of us that began on Thanksgiving eve and continued through last Monday. This present was in the form of a spectacular celestial event when Venus, Jupiter and a crescent moon cozied up to each other — well, at least it appeared that way. The moon is the brightest, closest and smallest of the three and is 252,000 miles away.
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September 13, 2007
Kiwanis invites clergy to meeting The Kiwanis Club of La Cañada hosted local 10 local clergypeople for its Clergy Recognition Day on Sept. 5, at a luncheon meeting at Van de Kamp Hall in Descanso Gardens. Dr. Charles Broberg introduced the clergy with each giving a brief description of their church, their activities and interests. Clergy attending the meeting were: the Rev. Kevin Kester, St. Bede the Venerable Church; Dr. Chuck Osburn, the Rev. Jim Milley and the Rev. Kristen Leucht, La Cañada Presbyterian Church; Father Hovsep Hagopian and Vahan Alladadi, Parish Council Chairmen, Armenian Apostolic Church; the Rev. Skip Lindeman, Church of the Lighted Window; the Rev. Bruce Johnson, Lutheran Church of the Foothills; Bishop David Garrett, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, La Canada I Ward; and Burnett Facer, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, La Canada II Ward.
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By Jane Napier Neely | December 4, 2008
The season is upon us! Just the day after Thanksgiving I was seeing cars cruising by with Christmas trees tied on the top. A pretty special early present was given to all of us that began on Thanksgiving eve and continued through last Monday. This present was in the form of a spectacular celestial event when Venus, Jupiter and a crescent moon cozied up to each other — well, at least it appeared that way. The moon is the brightest, closest and smallest of the three and is 252,000 miles away.
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