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October 19, 2006
Paradise Canyon Elementary held their annual Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Patch last week. Students, teachers and parents stopped by the pumpkin patch to stock up on pumpkins donated by local realtor Carey Haynes. The Mattix family correctly guessed 131 pounds as the weight for "Big Mac," and got to bring home the largest pumpkin in the patch. Deejay Ray Rocks entertained the crowd in the cafeteria with the "Monster Mash" and plenty of pop songs. Face and hair painting, pumpkin decorating and plenty of refreshments at the bake sale rounded out the all out fun event.
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By Jane Napier Neely | November 12, 2009
Oh, my gosh! Thanksgiving is in two weeks. Where in the heck did this year go? It seems once the Halloween candy is sorted out it is a race to Christmas, Hanukkah, and the New Year. Or does it just seem this way since I’m not a kid anymore? The Stardusters recently celebrated Halloween with a dance called “Funny Face.” The theme was chosen by Presidents Susan and Jim Holland . The Hollands’ year-long theme for the club is “S’Wonderful, S’Marvelous to Dance.
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October 13, 2005
Have A ghoulishly good time As Pasadena City College presents, "I'm Sorry, The Bridge Is Out, You'll Have To Spend The Night." Spend an evening with stranded tourists John Wellgood and Mary Merryman when they encounter all sorts of ghoulish characters as the Pasadena City College Theater Department presents the monster musical beginning Friday, Oct. 14 in Sexson Auditorium on the PCC campus, 1570 E. Colorado Blvd. Follow the hilarious exploits of John and Mary as they are forced to accept the hospitality of the eccentric Dr. Victor Frankenstein when their car breaks down.
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October 19, 2006
Paradise Canyon Elementary held their annual Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Patch last week. Students, teachers and parents stopped by the pumpkin patch to stock up on pumpkins donated by local realtor Carey Haynes. The Mattix family correctly guessed 131 pounds as the weight for "Big Mac," and got to bring home the largest pumpkin in the patch. Deejay Ray Rocks entertained the crowd in the cafeteria with the "Monster Mash" and plenty of pop songs. Face and hair painting, pumpkin decorating and plenty of refreshments at the bake sale rounded out the all out fun event.
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