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March 20, 2008
This column is not about toothpaste. It is about a young man named Seth Brysk who has some great ideas about how to being peace to the Middle East. Here?s how it began. First, the phone rang. It was my friend Josef. ?Are you going to write about Seth?? ?Huh?? ?Seth is coming to Pasadena on March 25th. Everyone?s talking about it.? ?Everyone? turned out to be about 200 of my closest friends. Josef?s call was one of many. Good news travels fast. Within minutes, another friend called.
FEATURES
July 12, 2007
Senior Troop No. 280 Girl Scout Markie Dietel, a sophomore at La Cañada High School, is organizing a school supply drive for foster/adoption agency ChildShare for her Gold Award project. Help her by donating school supplies for foster children to start the new school year and to use when they are placed in their new foster home. When foster children go to their new home, they have absolutely nothing, so Dietel is helping them acquire the supplies they need. Items needed are backpacks, pencils, markers, glue sticks, toothbrushes, pencil cases, scissors, rulers, erasers lined paper and toothpaste.
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March 26, 2009
Barbie Butters , a 16-year senior girl scout with a La Cañada troop, received a certificate of appreciation for her contribution to Hathaway-Sycamores Foster and Adoption Agency. Barbie, a junior at Glendale High School, completed her Girl Scout Gold Award community service project by creating 50 Welcome Kits for newly-placed foster children with the Pasadena-headquartered agency. For the past six months, Barbie has been raising money — through donations from friends and local businesses including Hans Beauty Supply in La Cañada and a garage sale — for the Welcome Kits.
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October 19, 2006
The Zonta Club of Pasadena recently presented a check for $18,000 to the Pasadena Police Department to assist women and children who are victims of domestic violence. The funds were raised by the Zonta Club's "Providing Safety & Shelter" Benefit, which was held in May. "The outpouring of support and generosity by the community, members of the Zonta Club, individuals, companies and other service organizations made this gift possible," said Susan Kinney, President of the Zonta Club.
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December 16, 2004
I need your help to get the message out to send a card or letter to our soldiers in harm's way during this holiday season. Many of us know some of these soldiers as friends, like Brent Cassidy who graduated from La Cañada High School and is currently in Fallouja, Iraq. My family also was fortunate to know another soldier and family friend, 2nd Lieutenant J.P. Blecksmith, who was killed leading his troops in Fallouja on Veteran's Day. In honor of his heroic actions and to honor our other brave soldiers, let's do what we can to let them know we care.
NEWS
November 18, 2004
For his eagle project, Hutchens chose the A.C.A.C. organization, which removes children from abusive situations. This is done rather quickly and the children leave their homes with nothing. Hutchens prepared emergency kits for children in order for them to have the bare necessities during the difficult transition period. He had scouts and their mothers sew drawstring bags and then fill them with a toothbrush, toothpaste, comb, shampoo, soap, lotion and a toy. He prepared just under 200 bags for the organization.
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By Nancy Turney | January 28, 2010
Q. I have made the decision to move to a one-bedroom condo and must downsize 40 years worth of accumulation. Any suggestions? I have made the decision to move to a one-bedroom condo and must downsize 40 years worth of accumulation. Any suggestions? Marian, La Cañada ? I know it seems like an over-whelming task, so I suggest you break it down into sections. ??Decide what you want to take first, decide later what to do with the things you don?t want. ??
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February 19, 2009
I have spent my entire life avoiding anything even remotely minty. I thought I’d died and gone to heaven when Colgate finally started making a citrus-flavored toothpaste so I didn’t have to hold my breath while brushing my teeth. So it was with a profound sense of disbelief that I opened my birthday present from Royal (the man previously known around our house as “Honey” or “Darling” but now and forever-after referred to as “Him”)
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March 20, 2008
This column is not about toothpaste. It is about a young man named Seth Brysk who has some great ideas about how to being peace to the Middle East. Here?s how it began. First, the phone rang. It was my friend Josef. ?Are you going to write about Seth?? ?Huh?? ?Seth is coming to Pasadena on March 25th. Everyone?s talking about it.? ?Everyone? turned out to be about 200 of my closest friends. Josef?s call was one of many. Good news travels fast. Within minutes, another friend called.
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July 12, 2007
Senior Troop No. 280 Girl Scout Markie Dietel, a sophomore at La Cañada High School, is organizing a school supply drive for foster/adoption agency ChildShare for her Gold Award project. Help her by donating school supplies for foster children to start the new school year and to use when they are placed in their new foster home. When foster children go to their new home, they have absolutely nothing, so Dietel is helping them acquire the supplies they need. Items needed are backpacks, pencils, markers, glue sticks, toothbrushes, pencil cases, scissors, rulers, erasers lined paper and toothpaste.
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