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May 10, 2007
Traffic reporter Commander Chuck Street is conducting a charity golf ball drop to benefit the thousands of children served by Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services through their facilities in Los Angeles (Highland Park), and the San Fernando (Pacoima), San Gabriel (Covina, Pasadena, South Pasadena, Altadena) and Antelope Valleys (Lancaster). On June 7th, Commander Chuck, Southern California's popular traffic reporter for KIIS-102.7 FM and KTLA-Channel 5, will fly his "Pepsi" Jet Ranger 1 helicopter over Brookside Golf Course in Pasadena, where an official cup will be awaiting the drop of 2,000 golf balls.
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May 31, 2007
The Hathaway-Sycamores' 11th Annual Longest Day of Golf event co-chair Jack MacKenzie of La Cañada and William Martone, president and CEO of Hathaway-Sycamores along with fellow La Cañada tournament participants Scott Keys and David Battaglia, invite others to join them in supporting this annual event which benefits the thousands of children served by Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services, including a summer camp experience. Community members are encouraged to participate in the charity ball drop, support a local golfer with a dollar-per-hole-pledge, or become a tournament sponsor.
COMMUNITY
March 6, 2013
Ten Years Ago Caltrans agreed to allow the use of a utility overpass on the Foothill (210) Freeway as a pedestrian, bicycle and equestrian trail so that it could provide a link between the trail system from the Descanso Gardens area north, toward the Angeles National Forest. Twenty Years Ago Numerous instances of vehicle windows being shot out by vandals using BB guns were reported to the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station by La Cañada Flintridge residents. Thirty Years Ago Rain-slicked pavement was blamed when a local on-duty sheriff's deputy and a Montrose woman were both injured in a traffic collision between their two cars on Foothill Boulevard at Lasheart Drive.
FEATURES
May 25, 2006
Commander Chuck Street, KIIS-FM and KTLA-TV traffic reporter, is conducting a charity golf ball drop to benefit the children being served by Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services. On June 1, Commander Chuck will fly his "Pepsi" Jet Ranger 1 helicopter over the Brookside Golf Course in Pasadena, where an official cup will be awaiting the drop of 2,000 golf balls. All 2,000 golf balls will be placed randomly in a bucket and dropped from the helicopter. Available for purchase at $25 each or five balls for $100, the person whose ball drops in the cup wins up to $10,000.
COMMUNITY
October 3, 2012
Ten Years Ago Young members of the La Cañada Youth Sports Coalition, supervised by adults, teamed up for an old-fashioned cleanup of the La Cañada High School varsity and junior varsity fields, as well as the field at the former Oak Grove Elementary School property. More than 40 volunteers participated over the period of a few early-fall weekends, repainting baseball backstops and dugout areas. Twenty Years Ago Hospitality House at Descanso Gardens teemed with about 150 party-goers following a groundbreaking ceremony for the $1.5-million International Rosarium.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 26, 2007
Etiquette is as much a part of playing golf as are the tees or golf balls. It is the only sport where the player calls a penalty on himself. There are no umpires nor referees. Following are some tips for etiquette for golfers. The correct equipment is essential. There is no minimum for the number of clubs that you may have, but 14 clubs is the maximum in your golf bag. Avoid borrowing clubs from another player. Have many balls and tees in your bag. Include a ballmark repair tool to repair the ballmarks on the greens.
NEWS
June 29, 2011
AREA 1: 2300 block of Florencita Avenue: A woman told deputies at entered the lobby of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station on June 20 that she returned home from a four-day business trip to find a white trash bag, which she was carrying, had been placed in her yard. She looked in the bag and found a cell phone and charger, a Tom Tom GPS system and two CD cases that held multiple CDs. The woman didn't know who put the bag in her yard or who the items belonged to. A deputy charged the phone and called the owner of the phone to notify the person they'd found the items.
NEWS
By Carol Cormaci | December 9, 2010
May I be politically incorrect here? I hope so, because I feel the need to slap a few of my fellow citizens upside the head. Here goes: Don't be fools, people! Have you not heard or read the many warnings? When you leave something unattended in your car, the odds are very good that it will be stolen, especially if it's in plain sight. Take the case of the missing miniature poodle. I kid you not: A lady left her dog in a car parked in the Rancho section of town (north of the high school, west of JPL)
NEWS
July 3, 2008
Elvis may have left the building, but he did find his way to the gazebo at La Cañada?s Memorial Park last Sunday evening. Steve Roth , the man who created the Elvis magic that night was a sensational hit as he not only sang the songs but also gave the sizable crowd an insight into the ?King?s? life through informative stories. Roth was a big hit with several children in the audience when he sang ?Teddy Bear? and gave out small, plush bears. And, some of the ladies were swooning when he dispensed his signature scarves and sang just to them!
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March 6, 2013
Ten Years Ago Caltrans agreed to allow the use of a utility overpass on the Foothill (210) Freeway as a pedestrian, bicycle and equestrian trail so that it could provide a link between the trail system from the Descanso Gardens area north, toward the Angeles National Forest. Twenty Years Ago Numerous instances of vehicle windows being shot out by vandals using BB guns were reported to the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station by La Cañada Flintridge residents. Thirty Years Ago Rain-slicked pavement was blamed when a local on-duty sheriff's deputy and a Montrose woman were both injured in a traffic collision between their two cars on Foothill Boulevard at Lasheart Drive.
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May 31, 2007
The Hathaway-Sycamores' 11th Annual Longest Day of Golf event co-chair Jack MacKenzie of La Cañada and William Martone, president and CEO of Hathaway-Sycamores along with fellow La Cañada tournament participants Scott Keys and David Battaglia, invite others to join them in supporting this annual event which benefits the thousands of children served by Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services, including a summer camp experience. Community members are encouraged to participate in the charity ball drop, support a local golfer with a dollar-per-hole-pledge, or become a tournament sponsor.
FEATURES
May 10, 2007
Traffic reporter Commander Chuck Street is conducting a charity golf ball drop to benefit the thousands of children served by Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services through their facilities in Los Angeles (Highland Park), and the San Fernando (Pacoima), San Gabriel (Covina, Pasadena, South Pasadena, Altadena) and Antelope Valleys (Lancaster). On June 7th, Commander Chuck, Southern California's popular traffic reporter for KIIS-102.7 FM and KTLA-Channel 5, will fly his "Pepsi" Jet Ranger 1 helicopter over Brookside Golf Course in Pasadena, where an official cup will be awaiting the drop of 2,000 golf balls.
FEATURES
May 25, 2006
Commander Chuck Street, KIIS-FM and KTLA-TV traffic reporter, is conducting a charity golf ball drop to benefit the children being served by Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services. On June 1, Commander Chuck will fly his "Pepsi" Jet Ranger 1 helicopter over the Brookside Golf Course in Pasadena, where an official cup will be awaiting the drop of 2,000 golf balls. All 2,000 golf balls will be placed randomly in a bucket and dropped from the helicopter. Available for purchase at $25 each or five balls for $100, the person whose ball drops in the cup wins up to $10,000.
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