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May 18, 2006
What did Charles Dickens, Winston Churchill and Sir Isaac Newton all have in common? They were all creative, inspiring people who struggled with a serious mental illness. May is Mental Health Month, and to honor those who struggle and triumph with mental illnesses, the Della Martin Center at Huntington Hospital will host "A Fair For All," a community health event Wednesday, May 24. Visitors may enjoy delicious food, great games, and enter to win fabulous raffle prizes. Community agencies from around Pasadena will join the hospital in providing free educational materials and information for patients and family dealing with mental illness.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 16, 2006
Dr. Elliot Engel returns for his 13th season with the San Marino Celebrity Series on Sunday, Feb. 26 at 4 p.m. Dr. Engel will present "The Immortal King Arthur" at the Chapel of Lake Avenue Church, 393 N. Lake Avenue, Pasadena. Known for his humor and anecdotes, this former English professor will delight all as he brings to life the era of Camelot. Dr. Engel now resides in Raleigh, North Carolina where he has taught courses at Duke University, the University of North Carolina, and North Carolina State.
COMMUNITY
By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | May 9, 2013
Two young women who attend La Cañada High School and aspire to work in the healthcare industry are to be honored with other active community volunteers at the Les Tupper Awards next week. Honored this year are Huntington Hospital volunteer Andrea Klein; fellow high school junior and Honor Court member Talia Bernhard; school board member Joel Peterson; La Cañada Chamber of Commerce President Pat Anderson; Mike Leininger, La Cañada Community Center and Tournament of Roses volunteer; Heather Haaga, who helped renovate a section of Descanso Gardens; and the Friends of the La Cañada Flintridge Library.
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By Elaine La Marr | February 7, 2008
Gordon Breitman, M.D. announced his retirement recently following 42 years caring for countless ear, nose and throat patients. Breitman opened his office in the La Cañada Flintridge area in 1966 with privileges at the Behrens Hospital (now Verdugo Hills Hospital), Glendale Adventist and Glendale Memorial Hospitals, Huntington Hospital, Pasadena and Childrens Hospital in Los Angeles. Active in the community, he has served as president of La Cañada Kiwanis and with Friends of the Library.
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By Nicole Charky | April 29, 2010
There is only one trauma center in the San Gabriel Valley and only one children’s equestrian show dedicated to enhancing it. The 89th annual Children’s Horse Show will be held Friday through Sunday at Flintridge Riding Club. It is the longest-running children’s horse show in the U.S. and the main fundraiser for the Flintridge La Cañada Guild of Huntington Hospital. For more than 50 years, the guild has run the horse show to raise money for the hospital and, for the third consecutive year, will earmark its donation for the new trauma center, the only such facility that serves the foothills.
FEATURES
February 9, 2006
Huntington Hospital has added a new member and one returning member to its board of directors, Suzanne Crowell, former mayor of San Marino and John C. Siciliano, president and CEO of BKF Capital Group, Inc. (NYSE:BKF), respectively. Crowell is currently a City of San Marino legislative liaison and has been an active lobbyist in both Sacramento and Washington DC. "Suzy's presence and extensive municipal experience will be a tremendous addition to our board," said Stephen A. Ralph, Huntington's president and CEO. Crowell served as vice mayor of San Marino from 1988-1990 and became the city's mayor for a two-year term in 1990.
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By Olivia Smith | June 12, 2008
The Flintridge Riding Club was the scene Monday when a check for $100,000 was handed to Huntington Memorial Hospital from the Flintridge-La Cañada Guild of Huntington Memorial Hospital, which raises funds for the hospital by presenting the Children?s Horse Show each April. The Guild had its start in the 1950s when local women met together to help raise money through the horse shows for community needs. There are currently 15 active members and 10 professional members in the organization.
FEATURES
June 29, 2006
Once again, the Children's Horse Show proved to be a fun filled and profitable weekend. The event, first started in 1921 at the Flintridge Riding Club, became a fundraiser in 1951 when the Flintridge La Cañada Guild of Huntington Memorial Hospital became responsible for the event. In its 55 years, the Guild has donated over two million dollars to the hospital. Due to the success of this year's show, as well as last year's show, the Guild was able to fulfill its three-year obligation in just two years.
FEATURES
February 1, 2007
The Circle of Huntington Memorial Hospital recently donated $150,000 toward the purchase of a Computed Tomography Simulation (CTS) scanner, which will be used treat patients with breast and other forms of cancer at Pasadena-based Huntington Memorial Hospital. The Circle is a non-profit organization made up of women from Pasadena and surrounding cities and has raised more than $1 million for Huntington Memorial over the last 16 years. "We deeply appreciate how hard The Circle works to raise funds for our hospital," said Stephen Ralph, president and CEO of Huntington Memorial Hospital.
FEATURES
May 14, 2009
Q. My mother-in-law is Korean and she refuses to get a mammogram because she says that Asian women rarely get breast cancer. She won?t talk to her male doctor about the issue. My mother-in-law is Korean and she refuses to get a mammogram because she says that Asian women rarely get breast cancer. She won?t talk to her male doctor about the issue. ? Sue, La Crescenta ? In trends that echo those of Western countries, more Korean women are developing breast cancer, according to a study in the February issue of JAMA Archives of Surgery.
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By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | May 9, 2013
Two young women who attend La Cañada High School and aspire to work in the healthcare industry are to be honored with other active community volunteers at the Les Tupper Awards next week. Honored this year are Huntington Hospital volunteer Andrea Klein; fellow high school junior and Honor Court member Talia Bernhard; school board member Joel Peterson; La Cañada Chamber of Commerce President Pat Anderson; Mike Leininger, La Cañada Community Center and Tournament of Roses volunteer; Heather Haaga, who helped renovate a section of Descanso Gardens; and the Friends of the La Cañada Flintridge Library.
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NEWS
By Nicole Charky | April 29, 2010
There is only one trauma center in the San Gabriel Valley and only one children’s equestrian show dedicated to enhancing it. The 89th annual Children’s Horse Show will be held Friday through Sunday at Flintridge Riding Club. It is the longest-running children’s horse show in the U.S. and the main fundraiser for the Flintridge La Cañada Guild of Huntington Hospital. For more than 50 years, the guild has run the horse show to raise money for the hospital and, for the third consecutive year, will earmark its donation for the new trauma center, the only such facility that serves the foothills.
NEWS
By Olivia Smith | June 12, 2008
The Flintridge Riding Club was the scene Monday when a check for $100,000 was handed to Huntington Memorial Hospital from the Flintridge-La Cañada Guild of Huntington Memorial Hospital, which raises funds for the hospital by presenting the Children?s Horse Show each April. The Guild had its start in the 1950s when local women met together to help raise money through the horse shows for community needs. There are currently 15 active members and 10 professional members in the organization.
NEWS
By Elaine La Marr | February 7, 2008
Gordon Breitman, M.D. announced his retirement recently following 42 years caring for countless ear, nose and throat patients. Breitman opened his office in the La Cañada Flintridge area in 1966 with privileges at the Behrens Hospital (now Verdugo Hills Hospital), Glendale Adventist and Glendale Memorial Hospitals, Huntington Hospital, Pasadena and Childrens Hospital in Los Angeles. Active in the community, he has served as president of La Cañada Kiwanis and with Friends of the Library.
FEATURES
June 29, 2006
Once again, the Children's Horse Show proved to be a fun filled and profitable weekend. The event, first started in 1921 at the Flintridge Riding Club, became a fundraiser in 1951 when the Flintridge La Cañada Guild of Huntington Memorial Hospital became responsible for the event. In its 55 years, the Guild has donated over two million dollars to the hospital. Due to the success of this year's show, as well as last year's show, the Guild was able to fulfill its three-year obligation in just two years.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 18, 2006
What did Charles Dickens, Winston Churchill and Sir Isaac Newton all have in common? They were all creative, inspiring people who struggled with a serious mental illness. May is Mental Health Month, and to honor those who struggle and triumph with mental illnesses, the Della Martin Center at Huntington Hospital will host "A Fair For All," a community health event Wednesday, May 24. Visitors may enjoy delicious food, great games, and enter to win fabulous raffle prizes. Community agencies from around Pasadena will join the hospital in providing free educational materials and information for patients and family dealing with mental illness.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 16, 2006
Dr. Elliot Engel returns for his 13th season with the San Marino Celebrity Series on Sunday, Feb. 26 at 4 p.m. Dr. Engel will present "The Immortal King Arthur" at the Chapel of Lake Avenue Church, 393 N. Lake Avenue, Pasadena. Known for his humor and anecdotes, this former English professor will delight all as he brings to life the era of Camelot. Dr. Engel now resides in Raleigh, North Carolina where he has taught courses at Duke University, the University of North Carolina, and North Carolina State.
FEATURES
February 9, 2006
Huntington Hospital has added a new member and one returning member to its board of directors, Suzanne Crowell, former mayor of San Marino and John C. Siciliano, president and CEO of BKF Capital Group, Inc. (NYSE:BKF), respectively. Crowell is currently a City of San Marino legislative liaison and has been an active lobbyist in both Sacramento and Washington DC. "Suzy's presence and extensive municipal experience will be a tremendous addition to our board," said Stephen A. Ralph, Huntington's president and CEO. Crowell served as vice mayor of San Marino from 1988-1990 and became the city's mayor for a two-year term in 1990.
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