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March 26, 2009
Barbie Butters , a 16-year senior girl scout with a La Cañada troop, received a certificate of appreciation for her contribution to Hathaway-Sycamores Foster and Adoption Agency. Barbie, a junior at Glendale High School, completed her Girl Scout Gold Award community service project by creating 50 Welcome Kits for newly-placed foster children with the Pasadena-headquartered agency. For the past six months, Barbie has been raising money — through donations from friends and local businesses including Hans Beauty Supply in La Cañada and a garage sale — for the Welcome Kits.
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By Walter Campbell | August 28, 2008
?There?s some new staff at Rosemont this year,? Rosemont Middle School Principal Michelle Doll said in a voice filled with optimism. The school not only serves La Crescenta and Montrose, but also the western portion of La Cañada Flintridge. Among the arriving staff this year is Doll herself. Although new to Rosemont, she is no stranger to the school district, having worked in it as an administrator for the past seven years. For four years, she was the assistant principal at Glendale High School, and for three years, she worked as the associate principal also at Glendale High School.
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October 20, 2005
Alexander Rieman Early IV was born June 18, 1960 at St. Vincent's Hospital in Los Angeles. He was the son of the late Judge Alexander R. Early III and Celeste Early. He attended St. Bede School and other elementary schools in La Cañada. He graduated from Glendale High School. While there, he was the manager of the water polo team. He attended Glendale Community College and studied aviation and television repair. He was employed in a television shop in La Crescenta. He enjoyed animals.
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February 22, 2007
After an enthusiastic reception last year, the Glendale Community Concerts have, invited the Gary Bonner Singers back, to "Sing America" Sunday, Feb. 25 at 2:30 p.m. The more than 60 Choir members will perform music from the movies, Americana, patriotic, and gospel. The Gary Bonner Singers, launched in October 1995, have distinguished themselves as a choral ensemble of musical excellence and versatility; contagious, sparkling performance; and warm, vibrant choral tone. They have completed 18 recordings, including three of which were produced and distributed by Word Music, three commissioned albums, and five Christmas albums, the most recent released in March 2006.
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May 3, 2007
Stephen Crawford Turner Jr. passed away from cancer on March 7. He was born in Los Angeles County on Feb. 10, 1933, to Stephen C. Turner Sr. and Margaret Elizabeth Forbes Turner. He attended school in La Cañada and Glendale, and graduated from Glendale High School where he was a member of the track team and won many awards. In 1950 he was Track and Field magazine's Prep Athlete of the Year. He went on to attend the University of California at Berkeley, where he was also on the track team and a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity.
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May 31, 2007
Born in Los Angeles on July 11, 1941 to Don and Eileen, she was the eldest of four girls. Diana graduated from Glendale High School. She married Connie Carson in 1958. She made her home in La Crescenta and later moved to La Cañada. Diana is survived by two children, Mark Carson and Janet Tenney-Cummins; four grandchildren, Andrew Carson, Kelli Carson, Jack Tenney and Max Tenney. Everyone who knew her described her as smart, generous, funny, considerate, strong, compassionate, thoughtful and loyal to her family.
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June 24, 2004
1924 - 2004 Marian Adell Peters Trowbridge passed away June 17 at home, surrounded by her family. She was 80. She had suffered a stroke after attending a granddaughter's graduation in Santa Barbara June 12. Born May 12, 1924, in Norfolk, Neb., to Elmer and Della Peters, Marian moved with her family to Glendale when she was 4 years old. She graduated from Glendale High School in 1942 and met her husband, Hoover graduate Don Trowbridge, soon...
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March 25, 2004
Suzanne Carol Schaefer lost her valiant fight against cancer and passed away on Tuesday, March 23, at the age of 69. Schaefer was born in Glendale and was the daughter of Ella and Harry Pauff. She graduated from Glendale High School and attended University of California, Santa Barbara. She graduated with a bachelor of science degree from USC. She practiced as a dental hygienist in the Glendale area for over 45 years. After her retirement in 1998, she volunteered at Verdugo Hills Hospital.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 19, 2006
"What's So Special About Special Ed?" is the title of the Fourth Special Education conference sponsored by the Foothill SELPA Community Advisory Committee. The Foothill SELPA is comprised of special education students and their families from Burbank, Glendale and La Cañada Unified school districts. The meeting will provide information on many parental concerns including assistive technology, autism, behavior management, mental health, and parenting skills. A special focus of this year's conference will be the changes in special education due to the reauthorization of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
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By Joyce Rudolph | January 14, 2010
A balanced diet, daily walk and good Irish whiskey are what Bill Bowman attributes to his living to 100. The centenarian celebrated his birthday Saturday at a party with his wife, Norma, family and friends in his La Crescenta home. Long retired, Bill Bowman spends his time maintaining his home, weeding, caring for his roses and arguing with the gardener, he quipped. He still drives, and he and Norma visit their son in Lompoc, he said. “I have driven most of the time, but we also take the Amtrak,” he said.
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By Anita Susan Brenner | August 17, 2009
He had an exciting childhood. In 1930, 13-year-old Lewis Salmon lived in Pasadena with his mother Ruth L. Salmon and sister, 16 year-old Ruth M. Salmon. Within the year, the family would move to La Cañada, to a fine house on Castle Road in what is now the “Sagebrush” district. The circumstances caused a bit of scandal. The mother, Ruth, had been hired by one Harry Felch to take care of Helen, his sickly wife. A few months later, Mrs. Felch filed a lawsuit against Mrs. Salmon, alleging alienation of affection.
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March 26, 2009
Barbie Butters , a 16-year senior girl scout with a La Cañada troop, received a certificate of appreciation for her contribution to Hathaway-Sycamores Foster and Adoption Agency. Barbie, a junior at Glendale High School, completed her Girl Scout Gold Award community service project by creating 50 Welcome Kits for newly-placed foster children with the Pasadena-headquartered agency. For the past six months, Barbie has been raising money — through donations from friends and local businesses including Hans Beauty Supply in La Cañada and a garage sale — for the Welcome Kits.
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By Walter Campbell | August 28, 2008
?There?s some new staff at Rosemont this year,? Rosemont Middle School Principal Michelle Doll said in a voice filled with optimism. The school not only serves La Crescenta and Montrose, but also the western portion of La Cañada Flintridge. Among the arriving staff this year is Doll herself. Although new to Rosemont, she is no stranger to the school district, having worked in it as an administrator for the past seven years. For four years, she was the assistant principal at Glendale High School, and for three years, she worked as the associate principal also at Glendale High School.
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By Ruth Longoria | June 12, 2008
Art connoisseurs can get a taste of Russian artwork between now and July 31 as a sampling of impressionist painter Kanya Bugreyev?s works are displayed at Penelope?s Café at 1029 Foothill Blvd., La Cañada. Bugreyev, of Montrose, previously studied with famed Russian painter Sergei Bongart, who left a mark on her artwork. ?All of us who studied with Sergei have his lovely colors and varied composition,? she said. However, she admits, her talent also has been influenced by her past, though she doesn?
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By Mary O’Keefe | February 28, 2008
Anyone entering the Pasadena Convention Center on Saturday might have thought they were at a theatrical school such as The Juilliard School or a dance rehearsal hall. Sounds of tap dancing, classical music and the familiar countdown of “five…six…seven…eight” echoed from every corner. Inside, dancers of all shapes, sizes and ages hurried from one class to another, all anxious to try something new or to experience a teacher they had heard so much about.
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May 31, 2007
Born in Los Angeles on July 11, 1941 to Don and Eileen, she was the eldest of four girls. Diana graduated from Glendale High School. She married Connie Carson in 1958. She made her home in La Crescenta and later moved to La Cañada. Diana is survived by two children, Mark Carson and Janet Tenney-Cummins; four grandchildren, Andrew Carson, Kelli Carson, Jack Tenney and Max Tenney. Everyone who knew her described her as smart, generous, funny, considerate, strong, compassionate, thoughtful and loyal to her family.
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May 3, 2007
Stephen Crawford Turner Jr. passed away from cancer on March 7. He was born in Los Angeles County on Feb. 10, 1933, to Stephen C. Turner Sr. and Margaret Elizabeth Forbes Turner. He attended school in La Cañada and Glendale, and graduated from Glendale High School where he was a member of the track team and won many awards. In 1950 he was Track and Field magazine's Prep Athlete of the Year. He went on to attend the University of California at Berkeley, where he was also on the track team and a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity.
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