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By Jane Napier Neely | April 16, 2009
There were flowers and romance in the air when the Stardusters Dance Club Stardusters Dance Club met recently at Oakmont Country Club for its spring dance. Presidents Peggy Touchst one and Jim Phillips chose “Stepping out with my Baby” as their theme for the dance that was so much fun. Hosts for the evening were Liz and Bob Craven . Their very able committee included Vera and Garth Gragg , Penny and Jay Lusche , Jim Mramor and Edie Askew , Cathy and Pete Palermo , Bev and Bob Sobraske , and Jean and Ron Zink . Murray Middleman’s Park Avenue West band covered the entire spectrum of music from big band wwing to Rock ‘n Roll.
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December 1, 2005
The 12-year-old Wisconsin cancer-patient who stole the USC Trojans heart last year is coming back to La Cañada Flintridge to root for his team in the USC-UCLA game on Saturday. Hosted by La Cañada businessman Jim Phillips and Pacific Investment Advisory, Ryan Davidson and his family were scheduled to arrive yesterday before the game. Wednesday night they were scheduled to be feted at a dinner put on by WeAreSC in Orange County, and tomorrow, Friday, Jim Phillips will take them to the Trojan football practice and pep rally.
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By Ralph Saenz | October 14, 2004
For Ryan Davison and his father Kirby, seeing the USC Trojans play the California Golden Bears in the Los Angeles Coliseum last Saturday was a dream come true for both of them. Being among the more than 90,000 fans who witnessed USC stop Cal from scoring in the final moments of the thriller and preserve their 23-17 victory was the icing on the cake for the father and son duo from Wisconsin. Kirby, who is an employee with the School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin, grew up in the land of the Wisconsin Badgers and Green Bay Packers.
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By Jane Napier Neely | March 4, 2010
The Olympic flames have been extinguished in Vancouver, British Columbia. The crowning glory for the games came on Sunday with the men’s gold-medal hockey game between the host team against the Unites States. It was an exciting game that came down to the wire with an overtime goal made by Canada. Even though I usually cheer for team America, I must admit that I wanted Canada to win since it is that country’s top sport and they were wonderful hosts to the world during the two weeks the games were presented.
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By Jane Napier Neely | March 4, 2010
The Olympic flames have been extinguished in Vancouver, British Columbia. The crowning glory for the games came on Sunday with the men’s gold-medal hockey game between the host team against the Unites States. It was an exciting game that came down to the wire with an overtime goal made by Canada. Even though I usually cheer for team America, I must admit that I wanted Canada to win since it is that country’s top sport and they were wonderful hosts to the world during the two weeks the games were presented.
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By Jane Napier Neely | January 7, 2010
A brand new decade has just arrived in the blink of an eye. It seems just like yesterday that the new millennium began. I just took a nostalgic journey to Victoria, British Columbia, which I last visited in 1956, the year of my high school graduation. On that family trip we stayed at The Biltmore Empress. I will never forget wearing our hats and gloves to have a proper tea. I was feeling even more special since I was wearing the beautiful watch that was my graduation present.
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