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Relay for Life

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  • Cancer support group uses laughter as medicine

    Cancer support group uses laughter as medicine
    The thought of cancer may bring doom and gloom for many people, but for Richard McDaniel, 67, and Gaspard “Frenchie” Sossoyan, 84, it’s important to also inject laughter and warmth. McDaniel and Sossoyan are members of a breast...
  • Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce to honor local leaders

    Aldo Mascheroni and Mercy Velazquez will be named Man and Woman of the Year at the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce's annual recognition banquet on Oct. 25. A host of others will also be honored at the event, which starts at 6 p.m. at the La Caņada...
  • Relay for Life in Glendale raises $85,000 for cancer research

    Relay for Life in Glendale raises $85,000 for cancer research
    More than 900 people took part in the American Cancer Society’s 9th annual Relay for Life at the Scholl Canyon baseball fields in Glendale this weekend, helping to raise $85,000 for cancer research. At least one member of each team remained in...
  • 17,000 rubber ducks, water and a roughly $85K haul in Glendale

    17,000 rubber ducks, water and a roughly $85K haul in Glendale
    Glendale Kiwanis hosted their eighth annual Duck Splash on Saturday, an event in which participants “adopt” thousands of rubber ducks to raise money for dozens of local organizations. For $5 each, locals adopted about 17,000 rubber ducks to...
  • Organizations

    Las Candelas plans biennial fashion show Members of the Glendale-based nonprofit organization Las Candelas celebrated their annual summer gathering at El Portal in Pasadena on Sept. 12 after a three-month break from their programs. Honored that...
  • Second Johnny Carson Park planning workshop set

    City officials are encouraging residents to attend a second planning workshop on Aug. 17 for the $5-million redesign of Johnny Carson Park. Draft design concepts will be available for residents to review and provide feedback on, said Jan Bartolo,...
  • Sherman wants Kadafi to pay U.S. costs

    As the nation prepares to honor its veterans Monday, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) wants the military to look out for today’s combat troops by monitoring nearly 80 large burn pits near U.S. bases in Afghanistan and Iraq. On Wednesday, the House of...
  • Five students honored as good citizens

    Five area students were recently honored as “Good Citizens” at a luncheon held by the Don Jose Verdugo Chapter of The Daughters of the American Revolution. Presiding over the program was Liz Craven, regent, and Barbara Rogers, “Good...
  • Dan Linegar, instrumental leader at Burbank Temporary Aid Center, dies

    Memorial services will be held Saturday for Dan Linegar, a longtime board member for Burbank Temporary Aid Center. Linegar died Nov. 27 of complications associated with his respiratory system at the age of 67. Linegar, who was born in Cincinnati, was a...