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March 29, 2007
At their upcoming Friday, March 30 Annual Big Strike Auction, boy scouts of the Verdugo Hills Council are offering an 8 week-old yellow Labrador Retriever puppy as one of their exciting live auction items. The professionally vet-checked and inoculated healthy puppy with an accompanying 10-week dog obedience class is but one of many silent and live auction items available at what Council Executive Director Jon Maeta describes as "one of the most spectacular of all 33 annual Auction Dinners to date" Among the over 300 silent and live auction items available for bid on March 30 at the Castaways Restaurant Big Strike Boy Scout Auction are full week resort condos at Cabo San Lucas, VIP Reagan Library Tour with Gourmet Dinner for eight, Disney Club 33 amd Disneyland entry, Glendale P.O. helicoper ride, New Year's Day Parade and Rose Bowl seats, 2007 Indy 500 Seats for four and a North Carolina Biltmore Estate Manor luxurious Cottage stay.
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By Geghard Arakelian | November 17, 2005
There were two separate wildlife sightings on the residential thoroughfare last week; one left a family's puppy mortally wounded.Hitting the brakes to stop for a crossing mountain lion is unusual for some but became a reality for Mary Feliton when she recently came across a puma while driving near the intersection of Woodleigh Lane and Foxwood Road. "I was going around the bend, and I had to put on the brakes. I would have expected it to bolt as soon as it saw a car," Feliton said.
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By Megan O’Neil | March 18, 2010
The dress was formal and the theme was education at the 19th annual La Cañada Flintridge Educational Foundation Spring Gala on Saturday night. In a community defined by its elite public schools, the Gala has become the preeminent social and fundraising event of the year. “Today the whole community comes together to show support for our schools...and to celebrate the accomplishments of our students and our district, and to keep it going for the next generation of kids,” LCFEF President Jack Schaedel said.
FEATURES
March 1, 2007
With one goal in mind, La Cañada Flintridge friends and family came together at last Saturday's LCF Educational Foundation's 16th Annual Spring Gala to raise money that will support class size reduction. The black-tie event, A Hard Day's Night, brought nearly 750 attendees to the Ritz Carlton, Huntington Hotel in Pasadena. "Last year's Gala raised just under $300,000 and we feel confident that we will surpass that amount this year," said Amy Bernhard, who sits on the LCFEF board.
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April 22, 2004
The article we submitted that ran in last week's Valley Sun about the puppy auction at the LCHS Music Parents Association Carnival this weekend may have given some readers the impression that the auction was strictly about fund-raising without regard to the animals' welfare. All of us involved with this auction are dog owners and dog lovers, and we do care what happens to these adorable puppies. Starting the day we agreed to this auction, we have been working to safeguard the dogs' futures.
FEATURES
March 9, 2006
PET OF THE WEEK  Felix, a 4-year-old, neutered Jack Russell terrier mix, loves children, adults and other dogs (although he does chase cats). He gets lonely if left alone all day, so he would do best in a household with other dogs or with people at home for at least part of the day. He's full of energy and likes to play. He may be 4 years old, but he still thinks he's a puppy. He's a lap dog, too. He likes being patted and he especially likes being picked up and held. His front legs grew incorrectly, so he has cute little turned--in ankles, but they don't seem to cause him any pain and will probably not require any treatment.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 11, 2008
There?s fun for everyone with the new Bark Park and A Pirate?s Life exhibits plus the return of fan favorites from Winter Wonderland to Going Green and fine wines, gourmet food, concerts, home and garden workshops and petting zoos. With 487 things to do at the L.A. County Fair, the excitement continues with an over-the-top fair-tastic assortment of new exhibits as well as the perennial favorites. The L.A. County Fair is going to the dogs with the new Bark Park, a fur-flying fun exhibit perfect for dog-lovers of any age. Bark Park will feature a puppy fashion show, the Extreme Canines Stunt Dog Show, a puppy adoption area, and designer dog houses up for auction.
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By Mary O’Keefe | March 6, 2008
The La Cañada Flintridge Educational Foundation?s 17th Annual Spring Gala was held Saturday night at The Langham Hotel, formerly the Ritz-Carlton, in Pasadena. The night was full of beautifully dressed women, handsome men and a great deal of generosity. The foundation raises funds to support the La Cañada Unified School District. The money raised Saturday and throughout the year goes to many programs, including hiring librarians and counselors and helping with class size reduction.
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By Mary O’Keefe | March 6, 2008
The La Cañada Flintridge Educational Foundation’s 17th Annual Spring Gala was held Saturday night at The Langham Hotel, formerly the Ritz-Carlton, in Pasadena. The night was full of beautifully dressed women, handsome men and a great deal of generosity. The foundation raises funds to support the La Cañada Unified School District. The money raised Saturday and throughout the year goes to many programs, including hiring librarians and counselors and helping with class size reduction.
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By Megan O’Neil | March 18, 2010
The dress was formal and the theme was education at the 19th annual La Cañada Flintridge Educational Foundation Spring Gala on Saturday night. In a community defined by its elite public schools, the Gala has become the preeminent social and fundraising event of the year. “Today the whole community comes together to show support for our schools...and to celebrate the accomplishments of our students and our district, and to keep it going for the next generation of kids,” LCFEF President Jack Schaedel said.
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March 30, 2007
At their upcoming Friday, March 30 Annual Big Strike Auction, boy scouts of the Verdugo Hills Council are offering an 8 week-old yellow Labrador Retriever puppy as one of their exciting live auction items. The professionally vet-checked and inoculated healthy puppy with an accompanying 10-week dog obedience class is but one of many silent and live auction items available at what Council Executive Director Jon Maeta describes as "one of the most spectacular of all 33 annual Auction Dinners to date" Among the over 300 silent and live auction items available for bid on March 30 at the Castaways Restaurant Big Strike Boy Scout Auction are full week resort condos at Cabo San Lucas, VIP Reagan Library Tour with Gourmet Dinner for eight, Disney Club 33 amd Disneyland entry, Glendale P.O. helicoper ride, New Year's Day Parade and Rose Bowl seats, 2007 Indy 500 Seats for four and a North Carolina Biltmore Estate Manor luxurious Cottage stay.
NEWS
By Geghard Arakelian | November 17, 2005
There were two separate wildlife sightings on the residential thoroughfare last week; one left a family's puppy mortally wounded.Hitting the brakes to stop for a crossing mountain lion is unusual for some but became a reality for Mary Feliton when she recently came across a puma while driving near the intersection of Woodleigh Lane and Foxwood Road. "I was going around the bend, and I had to put on the brakes. I would have expected it to bolt as soon as it saw a car," Feliton said.
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