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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.
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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.
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April 29, 2004
The 83rd Annual Children's Horse Show will be taking place this weekend, Friday, April 30, through Sunday, May 2, at the Flintridge Riding Club. Admission is free, parking is free, even the Hunter Tandem Exhibition on Saturday evening is free. It's great fun for the family and all proceeds will benefit the Huntington Memorial Hospital. This year's show will include three days of competitive riding events as well as food booths, more boutiques than in past shows, many raffle opportunities and a silent auction.
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March 2, 2006
The Circle of Huntington Memorial Hospital held its annual luncheon and installation of officers for the 2006 Board of Directors in January at Bistro 45 in Pasadena. Rose Wen of San Marino was installed as the new president of The Circle. The group's outgoing president, Anne Hennessy of La Cañada, presented the hospital with a check in the amount of $160,000 to benefit the Constance G. Zahorik Breast Center, the largest donation from the group to date. Hennessy then presented The Circle's Community Service award to Nelson Holdo of Asanti Jeweler's in San Marino for his outstanding and generous support of the group's philanthropic efforts.
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By Ruth Longoria | April 23, 2009
In light of recent tragedies, it’s more important than ever to consider the need for local emergency trauma units. Perhaps that’s why the Flintridge La Cañada Guild of the Huntington Memorial Hospital is seeing an overwhelming response to purchase tickets for events at this weekend’s 88th annual Children’s Horse Show, despite national economic concerns, said Horse Show Chair Stephanie Sepulveda. Sepulveda grew up in La Cañada and rode in the Children’s Horse Show as a child, she said.
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May 26, 2005
Robert John Stoffel, passed away suddenly on May 22, 2005 at the age of 49. Robert graduated from Occidental College in 1976, with a degree in marine biology. He then returned to University of Southern California for medical school, graduating in 1985. Dr. Stoffel was an anesthesiologist at Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena. He and his family have resided in La Cañada for 10 years. Robert is survived by his wife Karen Stoffel, sons Nicholas and Daniel, daughter Melanie, his father Albert W. Stoffel, brother A. William Stoffel and sister Elizabeth Stoffel.
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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.
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April 17, 2008
Horse event / gala helps trauma center The Flintridge La Canada Guild of Huntington Memorial Hospital presents the Flintridge Riding Club’s 87th annual Children’s Horse Show on April 25, 26, and 27 sponsored by Lexus of Glendale. This year’s show, while continuing to be one of the oldest and largest children’s horse shows in the West, will bring together competitors from around the country and also serve to raise money to support the essential Emergency and Trauma Center expansion for the hospital.
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April 27, 2006
The Flintridge La Cañada Guild for the Huntington Memorial Hospital is in high gear as it proudly prepares for the 85th annual Flintridge Children's Horse Show, which will take place this weekend, April 28-30. This is the oldest continuously running show of its kind in the nation, and has been held at the Flintridge Riding Club since before the Guild was even formed. In the early 1950s, a group of local ladies formed the Flintridge La Cañada Guild for the purpose of supporting the Huntington Memorial Hospital, and were soon offered the reins of the long establish Children's Horse Show.
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April 26, 2007
Ten Years Ago … A home invasion robbery interrupted an otherwise quiet morning on Commonwealth Avenue when four young men entered a home, tied up the housekeeper and ransacked the property before making a clean getaway. Twenty Years Ago … The La Cañada Flintridge Planning Commission approved a 12,000-square-foot retail shopping center for the northwest corner of Foothill Boulevard at Oakwood Avenue. The center, on Century Federal Savings property, would be anchored by a junior-size Thrifty Drug Store and have 100 parking spaces.
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April 5, 2012
A woman who spent a frozen night trapped in her car in the Angeles National Forest met the people who may have saved her life Wednesday. Tracy Granger, 56,, is still recovering from severe injuries after her truck plunged 350 feet off Angeles Forest Highway in icy conditions on March 25. Granger was traveling from Pasadena to her Juniper Hills home at the time. After her husband contacted Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, the Montrose Search and Rescue Team and Antelope Valley Search and Rescue launched a search the following morning.
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By Ruth Longoria | April 23, 2009
In light of recent tragedies, it’s more important than ever to consider the need for local emergency trauma units. Perhaps that’s why the Flintridge La Cañada Guild of the Huntington Memorial Hospital is seeing an overwhelming response to purchase tickets for events at this weekend’s 88th annual Children’s Horse Show, despite national economic concerns, said Horse Show Chair Stephanie Sepulveda. Sepulveda grew up in La Cañada and rode in the Children’s Horse Show as a child, she said.
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.
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By Ruth Longoria | April 24, 2008
If you?re seriously injured in an automobile accident and need to be airlifted to a hospital, there?s a good chance you?ll be taken to Huntington Memorial. Huntington Memorial Hospital has the only emergency room in the city of Pasadena and the only trauma center in the San Gabriel Valley. The high cost of maintaining a trauma center has caused many centers across the country to close, said Lauren Oakes, president of the Flintridge La Cañada Guild of Huntington Memorial Hospital. That?
FEATURES
April 17, 2008
Horse event / gala helps trauma center The Flintridge La Canada Guild of Huntington Memorial Hospital presents the Flintridge Riding Club’s 87th annual Children’s Horse Show on April 25, 26, and 27 sponsored by Lexus of Glendale. This year’s show, while continuing to be one of the oldest and largest children’s horse shows in the West, will bring together competitors from around the country and also serve to raise money to support the essential Emergency and Trauma Center expansion for the hospital.
NEWS
April 26, 2007
Ten Years Ago … A home invasion robbery interrupted an otherwise quiet morning on Commonwealth Avenue when four young men entered a home, tied up the housekeeper and ransacked the property before making a clean getaway. Twenty Years Ago … The La Cañada Flintridge Planning Commission approved a 12,000-square-foot retail shopping center for the northwest corner of Foothill Boulevard at Oakwood Avenue. The center, on Century Federal Savings property, would be anchored by a junior-size Thrifty Drug Store and have 100 parking spaces.
FEATURES
March 1, 2007
Every year the members of the Flintridge La Cañada Guild for the Huntington Memorial Hospital enjoy a holiday luncheon thrown for them by the benefactor of their year-long efforts. This year, while having a ball, they presented the hospital with a pile of new, unwrapped toys for small children who need treatment in the emergency department. They chatted, told Christmas shopping horror stories, and visited with the doctors who come to them every year with a wish list of equipment needed to continue performing those daily miracles that result in so many lives saved and miseries eased.
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
September 14, 2006
On Sept. 16 at 6 p.m. The Pasadena Ronald McDonald House will host their annual fund-raising extravaganza, "Shine: Under The Tuscan Stars," in celebration of its second year helping the families of ill children being treated at nearby hospitals. All guests will feel as if they've just landed in the central Italian region of Tuscany as they experience a one-of-a-kind Italian wine tasting reception followed by a multi-course Tuscan-themed dinner. A live band will entertain the crowd with Italian-style music as guests dance under the stars.
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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.
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