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October 2, 2008
There is slimming magic in scarves. A scarf is the one accessory that you will want to have in your wardrobe. A scarf should be chosen first and should include most of the colors in your outfit that ?ties? everything together. This creates color harmony. Adding a scarf can update or extend a wardrobe. It can be worn with a dress, business suit, or T-shirt. It can add a sensational look, making even the plainest outfit into a fabulous fashion hit. Scarves come in many fabrics such as silk, cashmere, cotton, and metallic.
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May 17, 2007
Girl Scouts Kelly Gregg, Camille Newcombe and Michelle Varraveto of Troop 739 earned their Silver Award by donating blankets, scarves, coats and hats to Pasadena Union Station Foundation. Pasadena Union Station Foundation helps homeless and very low-income people to start a new life. Their Adult Center serves about 180 individuals a year. The Family Center helps over 65 families a year. The Union Station Foundation provides transitional housing, meals, case management, medical services and activities for the homeless.
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September 23, 2004
It may seem warm now, but it will only be a short time until the moist mists of the La Cañada High School football stands freeze the butts off of our dedicated gridiron supporters. The Spartan Boosters have again come to the rescue. With the help of some dedicated and talented seamstresses,, the Boosters are offering exquisite scarves that not only will keep our foothill fans necks warmer, they will also help the Boosters raise funds in their endeavor to keep the school's extra curricular activities funded.
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By Mary O’Keefe | January 10, 2008
“Pancake” may not be a term typically associated with ballet, but for those in the California Dance Arts studio it is a key word to their dance training. “What kind of pancake are you?” asked Kamissa Marshall, ballet instructor. “A strawberry one,” said Ashley Ahn, 4-year-old ballerina. Four tiny ballerinas all sat with their legs spread out, stretching their torso to the ground, flat as a pancake to the floor. All tell their instructor what type of pancake they would most like to be. Then they are up and skipping from one piece of carpet to another.
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December 17, 2008
 David Moffett of La Canada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Association says, “Support your float and order your tickets through LCFTRA. I have tickets at $100 each that are the best seats for the 2009 Rose Parade. They’re on Colorado across from the Norton Simon Museum and below Channel 5. Just call me at 818-952-8456 or email me at yomoff@hotmail.com to make arrangements. You can also order them through our website at www.lcftra.org  and pay by credit card.
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By Chris Sutton | December 23, 2004
No one in the audience stirred as the 19th annual holiday performance of Palm Crest Elementary School Melody Makers and Choristers began. Under the direction of Mrs. Lantz, a PCR teacher, the 70 students did not miss a beat as they gave the gift of song to their student and family audiences, never tiring during their six performances on Dec. 15. They were accompanied by the six member Jack Lantz Combo, Mrs. Lantz' husband's group, which included...
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October 2, 2008
There is slimming magic in scarves. A scarf is the one accessory that you will want to have in your wardrobe. A scarf should be chosen first and should include most of the colors in your outfit that ?ties? everything together. This creates color harmony. Adding a scarf can update or extend a wardrobe. It can be worn with a dress, business suit, or T-shirt. It can add a sensational look, making even the plainest outfit into a fabulous fashion hit. Scarves come in many fabrics such as silk, cashmere, cotton, and metallic.
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FEATURES
May 17, 2007
Girl Scouts Kelly Gregg, Camille Newcombe and Michelle Varraveto of Troop 739 earned their Silver Award by donating blankets, scarves, coats and hats to Pasadena Union Station Foundation. Pasadena Union Station Foundation helps homeless and very low-income people to start a new life. Their Adult Center serves about 180 individuals a year. The Family Center helps over 65 families a year. The Union Station Foundation provides transitional housing, meals, case management, medical services and activities for the homeless.
NEWS
September 23, 2004
It may seem warm now, but it will only be a short time until the moist mists of the La Cañada High School football stands freeze the butts off of our dedicated gridiron supporters. The Spartan Boosters have again come to the rescue. With the help of some dedicated and talented seamstresses,, the Boosters are offering exquisite scarves that not only will keep our foothill fans necks warmer, they will also help the Boosters raise funds in their endeavor to keep the school's extra curricular activities funded.
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