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March 19, 2014
The Don José Verdugo Chapter, Daughters of the America Revolution, NSDAR, honored local high school students with the organization's Good Citizens Award during a recent luncheon event held in Pasadena. The young women were selected for their outstanding qualities of service, leadership, dependability and patriotism. Barbara Rogers, who chaired the awards program, introduced the students and presented them with a certificate of award; Good Citizen lapel pin; copy of the U.S. Constitution; DAR material and a monetary award.
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NEWS
By Ruth Longoria | October 16, 2008
Two La Cañada representatives were among seven young women announced Monday morning as members of the 2009 Pasadena Tournament of Roses Rose Court. The names of Mary Gaule, 17, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, and Quinn Young, 16, La Cañada High School, were announced Monday morning as hundreds of family, friends, media and Tournament officials gathered on the grounds of Tournament House in Pasadena. The seven young women were selected from a group of 34, which had been announced Thursday afternoon.
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By Geghard Arakelian | October 13, 2005
Thirty-three finalists vying for a position for the 2006 Tournament of Roses Royal Court gathered at the Wrigley mansion in Pasadena, Monday morning, to learn who among them had been selected for the seven member royal court. When all was said and done, two of the young women making the court attend Flintridge Preparatory School in La Cañada Flintridge and are close friends. Rachel Geragos, 17, of Altadena, and Michelle Corral, 18, of San Marino, are the new royals who attend Flintridge Prep.
NEWS
By Bill Kisliuk, bill.kisliuk@latimes.com | May 23, 2012
La Cañada Flintridge is Girl Scouts country, and on Sunday the most recent class of accomplished young women took the stage at Lanterman Auditorium in acknowledgment of their accomplishments. This year 29 young women received the Gold Award, a high honor equivalent to earning an Eagle Scouts badge in the Boy Scouts. Christie Frandsen, mother of five Girl Scouts and leader of La Cañada Troop 3631, served as master of ceremonies. She said La Cañada is home to nearly 100 troops, about 1,000 Girl Scouts and more than 700 adult volunteers.
FEATURES
March 29, 2007
National Charity League Inc., Glendale Chapter honored its high school senior members, the Ticktocker Class of 2007, at the Huntington Ritz Carlton in Pasadena on Saturday, March 10. The annual senior presentation is held in recognition of the many hours these young women have dedicated to community service through National Charity League during their six years as Ticktockers. The twenty-eight young women honored included Naceam Abyane, Christina Barsamian, Rachel Bushman, Julia Bywater, Ashlee Chan, Lisa Cramoline, Melissa Curtis, Kelley Fox, Molly Gallagher, Jacquelyn Gorsh, Rachel Hahn, Lacy Hannah, Diane Kerchof, Ashley Kokawa, Elizabeth Lazier, Margaret Malloy, Cassandra Mele, Kristen Oechsel, Elizabeth Ortiz, Christina Penido, Tessa Plaschke, Rebecca Powell, Keaton Ray, Courtney Sarian, Marika Schulhof, Kjirsten Speer, Rebecca Springer and Sara Wolff.
NEWS
December 28, 2011
Ten Years Ago Longtime La Cañada resident Lynn Newcomb, whose family had owned the Newcomb's Ranch site in the San Gabriel Mountains for more than 100 years, announced he had sold the property to another La Cañadan, Dr. Frederick Rundall.   Twenty Years Ago It was reported that membership in the La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce and Community Association had reached a high of 824.   Thirty Years Ago Four male teens were arrested after breaking into Ivers department store in Plaza de La Cañada (where T.J.Maxx is today)
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By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | September 20, 2010
With brightly scrubbed faces and carefully coiffed hair, hundreds of young women crowded the walkways at the Tournament of Roses House on Orange Grove Boulevard in Pasadena on Saturday for preliminary tryouts for Rose Queen and Court. (To view an audio slide show of the tryouts, click here ) Jan. 1, 2011 will mark the 93rd Rose Court, a tradition punctuated by appearances at the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game, and, of course, lots and lots of glamour. Competing for one of the seven coveted spots has become a right of passage for San Gabriel area women, most of whom grow up admiring court members as they gracefully make their way down Colorado Boulevard each New Year's Day each year.
NEWS
By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | October 11, 2010
[Updated at 1 p.m.: Three high school seniors from La Cañada Flintridge were named Monday to the 93rd Pasadena Tournament of Roses Royal Court, capping off a rigorous four-round interview process that attracted nearly 1,100 applicants. They were: Evanne Friedmann of La Cañada High School, Kathryn Thomson of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and Jessica Montoya of Flintridge Preparatory School. “I feel so overwhelmed,” Kathryn, 17, said. “As you keep getting closer it becomes more real, and now to be standing here — it is unbelievable and I am just so grateful.
NEWS
By Joe Puglia | March 19, 2014
We're all stories, when all is said and done. The past becomes our mythology with hidden metaphors tucked in the crevasses of our life. The metaphors become our poetry and in time, poetry becomes legend. Legendary truth, however, is different than historical truth. Legends change us, as they are the historical notes of those who left a treasure. Last week I sat on the hill at Flintridge Sacred Heart High School contemplating the age-old legend of three Dominican Sisters who, in 1931, walked humbly up the slope to take possession of their new school.
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