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June 12, 2008
Al-Marayati, Zayd J. Anderson, Eilene M. Ang, Klarabelle C. Ayers, Charles F. Baghdassarian, Hratch M. Baptiste, Arielle K. Bathke, Stephanie A. Chan, Jennifer C. Cheun, Tracey D. Dragna, Paul D. Garcia, Cristian D. Geragos, Jacob J. Hancock, Sarah W. Heap-Baldwin, Midori N. Hernandez, Josue A. Hickey, Patrick S. Holm, Kevin J. Johnson, Jacob A. Kim, Kimberly N....
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February 2, 2006
Two-time guest on the Tonight Show will perform at the Pasadena Symphony's Musical Circus Feb. 4When storyteller and actor David Prather last appeared at The Pasadena Symphony's free Musical Circus for families with young children, he arrived as "Mr. Beethoven," to introduce the audience of fledgling music lovers to one of classical music's most renowned composers. On Feb. 4, when Prather returns to the Musical Circus, the performance will have a slightly different twist. This time, Prather will introduce the children to an aspiring young musician no older than they are: 7-year-old cellist and pianist Marc Yu, who is already well on his way to achieving his dream of performing Beethoven at Carnegie Hall.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | July 10, 2008
Like any quality golfer would do, Justin Yu searched for confidence. It’s something he needed to do if he wanted to enjoy one final banner season for the Crescenta Valley High boys’ golf team. In short, Yu never lost his confidence and achieved plenty while launching a tee shot or lining up a putt. “It’s about being confident and knowing how to do well in certain situations,” said Yu, who was selected the All-Area Boys’ Golfer of the Year by the sportswriters and editors of the La Cañada Valley Sun, Glendale News-Press and Burbank Leader.
FEATURES
January 5, 2006
Suzanna Yu, a student at La Cañada High School, participated in a World Horizons International community service trip to Palmares, Costa Rica during July 2005. As a member of a group of 12 students, Yu contributed approximately 100 hours of service to the village. While living in Palmares for four weeks, service included setting up and running day camp activities for young children, establishing a garden at a local school and helping to paint the school building. World Horizons International provided the materials for these projects.
FEATURES
December 21, 2006
The La Cañada Chapter of AFS held its annual Christmas meeting at the home of Bob and Joyce Covey . Honored guest was Zane Zdirgzdine, who shared what Christmas is like in Riga, Latvia. The Chapter also welcomed home her host brother Morgan Hartley, who spent last year in southeast Spain. He talked about the Christmas traditions in that country. Entertaining the members and guests was the daughter of the Chapter's secretary Chang Yu . Ling Rao played beautiful Christmas music on her harp.
FEATURES
February 9, 2006
La Cañada residents who have been inducted into the Spring 2005 National Honor Roll include: Ashley Anderson, Carolyn Blumenfeld, Tyler Burk, Jennifer Chan, Abigail Chang, Alex Chang, Albert Chen, Valerie Chen, Casey Cho, John Choi, Lauren Crisci, Fang Yeason, Jennifer Fifield, Amrita Gandhi, James Heo, Dieuwertje Kast, Caroline Kim, Kate Kraft, Jessica Lam, Carol Lee, Christine Lee, Matthew Lee, Kenneth Li, Channing Lipscomb, Roy Manukyan, Tyler...
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May 17, 2007
Two La Cañada Flintridge residents, Nancy Maclean and Chang Hung Yu, will be the featured speakers at the monthly meeting of the La Cañada Flintridge Republican Club to be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday, May 21, at the home of Jack and Barbara Dawson, 4278 La Cañada Blvd. Both speakers grew up under communism before migrating to the United States. Maclean grew up in the former Yugoslavia and Yu in mainland China. Both attended college in the U.S. and went on to become successful managers.
SPORTS
September 16, 2004
The La Cañada girls' junior varsity tennis team shut out visiting Hoover 18-0 in the season opener at Foothills Intermediate School last Friday. The Spartans, who improved to 1-0, will next host Mayfield at FIS tomorrow (Friday) at 3:15 p.m. and will travel to Hart High next Tuesday for a 3:15 p.m. non league contest. In singles play, Sharon Song swept her sets, 6-2, 6-0 and 6-0, as did Sally Choi, 6-3, 6-0 and 6-0, and Elizabeth Kim, 6-3, 6-0 and 6-3. The La Cañada doubles teams had little trouble sweeping their sets.
SPORTS
By Parimal M. Rohit | March 19, 2009
Aaron Berglund and Andrew Yu combined for seven solid innings on the mound and were instrumental in adding two insurance runs on offense in the final frame as the St. Francis boys? baseball team defeated Harvard-Westlake, 7-4, in the Mission League opener on Tuesday at Franklin Field. Despite stranding eight runners on base and committing two key errors early on, the Knights (5-1 overall, 1-0 in league) relied upon timely scoring and solid late game pitching to prevent the Wolverines (1-4-1, 0-1)
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By Charles Rich | July 10, 2008
Like any quality golfer would do, Justin Yu searched for confidence. It’s something he needed to do if he wanted to enjoy one final banner season for the Crescenta Valley High boys’ golf team. In short, Yu never lost his confidence and achieved plenty while launching a tee shot or lining up a putt. “It’s about being confident and knowing how to do well in certain situations,” said Yu, who was selected the All-Area Boys’ Golfer of the Year by the sportswriters and editors of the La Cañada Valley Sun, Glendale News-Press and Burbank Leader.
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NEWS
June 12, 2008
Al-Marayati, Zayd J. Anderson, Eilene M. Ang, Klarabelle C. Ayers, Charles F. Baghdassarian, Hratch M. Baptiste, Arielle K. Bathke, Stephanie A. Chan, Jennifer C. Cheun, Tracey D. Dragna, Paul D. Garcia, Cristian D. Geragos, Jacob J. Hancock, Sarah W. Heap-Baldwin, Midori N. Hernandez, Josue A. Hickey, Patrick S. Holm, Kevin J. Johnson, Jacob A. Kim, Kimberly N....
ENTERTAINMENT
February 2, 2006
Two-time guest on the Tonight Show will perform at the Pasadena Symphony's Musical Circus Feb. 4When storyteller and actor David Prather last appeared at The Pasadena Symphony's free Musical Circus for families with young children, he arrived as "Mr. Beethoven," to introduce the audience of fledgling music lovers to one of classical music's most renowned composers. On Feb. 4, when Prather returns to the Musical Circus, the performance will have a slightly different twist. This time, Prather will introduce the children to an aspiring young musician no older than they are: 7-year-old cellist and pianist Marc Yu, who is already well on his way to achieving his dream of performing Beethoven at Carnegie Hall.
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