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By Joe Puglia | June 19, 2008
So I’m driving down Green Lane minding my own beeswax, listening to my favorite country song, “You’re the reason God made Oklahoma” when, off to my left, I see a lemonade stand. Four little girls are selling lemonade. It is hotter than a biscuit. But that’s not why I stop. Heck, I’d have stopped even if I was in North Korea’s “Frozen Chosin.” Anyway, before I get out of the truck, the kids are huddled outside my window screaming excitedly, “How many cups do you want, Dr. Joe?
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By Ruth Longoria | September 6, 2007
A half-dozen La Cañada youths delivered a Planter?s peanut can filled with $92.67 to Mayor David Spence during Tuesday?s City Council meeting. This came after the kids raised the funds earlier this summer with a ?lemonade stand for sidewalks.? The children and their parents devised the fund-raising project in the hope of spurring the city to continue grant-writing efforts to put sidewalks along La Cañada Boulevard from La Cañada Elementary School to Olive Lane. ?The sidewalks are needed for the children?
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September 2, 2004
Thoughts from Dr. Joe by Dr. Joe Puglia So I'm driving down Green Lane the other day minding my own 'beeswax,' listening to my favorite country song, "You're the reason God made Oklahoma" and sudden-ly?smack?right in front of me, a lemonade stand; four little girls selling lemonade. It was hotter than a biscuit, so of course I had to stop. But that's not why I stopped. Before I got out of the truck, the kids were huddled outside my window screaming excitedly, "How many cups do you want Dr. Joe?"
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By Elaine La Marr | June 21, 2007
Fourth grade students at La Cañada Elementary School held their Science Fair last week and shared findings with parents, friends and each other. All kinds of experiments were tried, including determining which liquids would freeze faster than others and how plant growth is impacted by exposure to sun. Students shared their questions, hypothesis, materials, procedures, results and methods for determining conclusions. Student Kelly Chan learned orange juice freezes faster than water, Gatorade or lemonade, and Callie Greene found that seeds germinated in water survived and grew unlike those placed in soda, Gatorade or juice.
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June 2, 2005
Last weekend's Fiesta Days event - brought to us courtesy of the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce & Community Association - was all we've come to expect. Based on what I've heard and experienced first hand, good times were definitely had all the way around. Our hats are off to the innumerable volunteers who pulled off this year's display of hometown pride. A bit under the weather on Saturday, I merely served as driver for our photographer as she documented the morning's events.
FEATURES
April 26, 2007
Beginning at 10 a.m. on April 29, Temple Sinai of Glendale will hold its annual Mitzvah (Good Deed) Day. April 29 is the date Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has declared as Big Sunday, a city-wide day of volunteerism. Hundreds of volunteer opportunities will be taking place throughout the Los Angeles area. Last year, 32,000 people came out to lend a hand to help out 250 charitable organizations. Social Action, or Tikkun Olam, has always been part of Judaism. The Foothill community is invited to join the Temple Sinai congregation — from its youngest members to its oldest — as they participate in this day of volunteerism.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lara Hovsepian ? | November 19, 2009
It is a well-established fact that girls and Hello Kitty just go together. That would explain the dozens of smiles that were found in front of La Cañada Books and Toys on Saturday afternoon, where the store hosted a Hello Kitty tea event. “This is one of the many activities we’ve been trying to do for boys and girls throughout the year,” says Chelsea Waterson, a La Cañada Books and Toys employee. “Toy stores are supposed to be fun!” Although this was the store’s first-ever Hello Kitty tea, it proved to be quite a success with all of its free-of-charge activities for Hello Kitty lovers under the age of 12. Young girls could be seen happily playing Hello Kitty Bingo, making wands, coloring, getting their face painted, or simply munching on lemonade and animal crackers.
COMMUNITY
June 27, 2012
Ten Years Ago La Cañada Flintridge resident Brock Turner was named to succeed Bart Dickins as head varsity softball coach at La Cañada High School. Twenty Years Ago “That's Entertainment” was the theme for the ninth annual Pops Concert staged at La Cañada Presbyterian Church. Director was Paul Mayo. Thirty Years Ago See's Candies in La Cañada was closed for a day to make repairs after burglars knocked out a wall, entered the building, cut open the safe and got away with $4,500 in cash.
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By Mary O’Keefe | August 30, 2007
This week fire crews ended their mop-up procedures around the site of the Lowe Fire , which began shortly after 1 p.m. Sunday in the mountains above Altadena, a little more than two miles from the eastern border of La Cañada. Many community members congregated in neighborhoods such as Crown Avenue at Starlight Crest Drive where they could get a close view of the fire. Another popular destination for fire-watching was near Moonlight Lane, at the rear of Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where water-dropping fire department aircraft land to fill their tanks.
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By Joe Puglia | June 19, 2008
So I’m driving down Green Lane minding my own beeswax, listening to my favorite country song, “You’re the reason God made Oklahoma” when, off to my left, I see a lemonade stand. Four little girls are selling lemonade. It is hotter than a biscuit. But that’s not why I stop. Heck, I’d have stopped even if I was in North Korea’s “Frozen Chosin.” Anyway, before I get out of the truck, the kids are huddled outside my window screaming excitedly, “How many cups do you want, Dr. Joe?
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By Ruth Longoria | September 6, 2007
A half-dozen La Cañada youths delivered a Planter?s peanut can filled with $92.67 to Mayor David Spence during Tuesday?s City Council meeting. This came after the kids raised the funds earlier this summer with a ?lemonade stand for sidewalks.? The children and their parents devised the fund-raising project in the hope of spurring the city to continue grant-writing efforts to put sidewalks along La Cañada Boulevard from La Cañada Elementary School to Olive Lane. ?The sidewalks are needed for the children?
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