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April 24, 2008
Part 2   Last week I wrote about asking for what you want and need. This is a tough subject for many people, especially women. For one thing, we want to stay as independent as we possibly can. We find creative ways to get things done so that we do not have to ask for assistance from anyone. I am talking about asking for a small amount of assistance or service so that we can continue to maintain our independence. There are two categories that this falls into, one is asking for what you need from family and friends; and the other is asking for what you need from a business.
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By Steven E. Browne | December 21, 2006
During the holiday, it is common for friends and relatives to visit. However, a problem often arises where these fun loving people go a little too far and not only indulge a little too much; they threaten to rip your family apart. During this busy time the warning signs are not apparent, so here are some of the things to watch out for: ? Your stuffed friends get even more stuffed with stuffing. ? Hogging the television remote for over six hours and/or not moving off the couch.
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December 21, 2006
The La Cañada Presbyterian Church will offer its regular three worship services on Sunday, Dec. 24, at 7:55, 9:25 and 10:55 a.m. as well as four Christmas Eve services. At 3:30 and 5 p.m., family worship services designed for the entire family, especially those with younger children. Children's Choirs and Youth Orchestra lead these services. Officiating are Dr. Chuck Osburn and Rev. Kristin Leucht. At 8 p.m., the Praise Band leads worship with Rev. Jim Milley officiating.
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June 23, 2006
It was "Lights, Camera, Carnivale!," for more than 30 residents at Union Station's Family Center on Sunday, May 21. To finish off the requirements for their Bronze award, the nine 5th graders of La Cañada Girl Scout Troop 706 held a spring festival and Italian dinner for their guests. The girls spent many hours planning this event. They voted on a theme, decided what game booths to have, organized the games, collected prizes for the games, and made up rules for the games. No carnivale!
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By Megan O’Neil | November 12, 2009
Are you worried about making your way through your holiday shopping list? Now you have an additional local retail option. Cañada Jewelry and Gifts, a high-end jewelry and memento shop, opened its doors for business on Friday in the La Cañada Town Center. Owner Hagop Abajian said the store is the extension of his family’s jewelry manufacturing and whole sale business, G. Panther, which they have operated in downtown Los Angeles since 1978. “We have been doing jewelry manufacturing for over 30 years and we have been serving a lot of retail stores all over the U.S. Now it is a good chance [for us]
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By Timithie Gould | December 14, 2007
With the holiday shopping season upon us, the ‘High School Musical’ craze is more apparent than ever. Pillows, backpacks, sweat shirts, board games — all adorned with the Disney Channel Original Movie’s signature red logo — can be found at every turn of the aisle. But for those tweens who just can’t get enough of the basketball-playing Troy, science nerd Gabriella or stage diva Sharpay, now there’s something else to ask of Santa, as a pre-Christmas gift: tickets to Disney’s High School Musical On Tour!
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By Gene Pepper | September 21, 2011
Overnight, the vacant, dreary parking lot northwest of the La Cañada Congregational Church (known here for many years as Church of the Lighted Window) comes alive with farmers displaying fresh raspberries, bakers with buttery biscuits and cooks offering hot tamales. It's a kaleidoscope of sights, smells and colors. It's the weekly Farmers Market, across Foothill Boulevard from Memorial Park, a great big happening smack dab in the middle of La Cañada Flintridge. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., every Saturday, about 45 stalls open for business 52 weeks of the year.
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April 24, 2008
Part 2   Last week I wrote about asking for what you want and need. This is a tough subject for many people, especially women. For one thing, we want to stay as independent as we possibly can. We find creative ways to get things done so that we do not have to ask for assistance from anyone. I am talking about asking for a small amount of assistance or service so that we can continue to maintain our independence. There are two categories that this falls into, one is asking for what you need from family and friends; and the other is asking for what you need from a business.
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