mistress of ceremonies.
Musical entertainment will be provided by soloist Eli Gunnell,
Glendale High School's chamber choir and Hoover High School's studio
Parking is $1. Doors open at 6:15 a.m. Tickets cost $10 and will
be available at the door, but can be purchased at the Glendale
Chamber of Commerce, 200 S. Louise St., the city clerk's office at
City Hall, 613 E. Broadway and four other locations.
For additional locations and phone numbers, call 540-4000.
GCC union endorses board candidates
NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- The California School Employees Assn.
Chapter 76 has endorsed Anita Quinonez Gabrielian, Robert Holmes and
Kathleen Burke-Kelly for the Glendale Community College Board of
The association is a classified professional union at the college.
The three candidates are among five running for three open seats on
the board. Two of the seats are four-year terms and the third seat is
a two-year term. The election is April 1.
The union has announced its promise to provide time, talents and
dollars to the election of Gabrielian, Holmes and Burke-Kelly.
Music Center spotlights local students
GLENDALE -- Seven students from Glendale and La Canada Flintridge
were awarded recently as semifinalists in the Music Center's 2003
The students were selected from more than 800 students from Los
Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, Santa Barbara
and San Diego counties at the 15th annual event.
Award recipients included Colin Kupka of Hoover High School, Yumi
Man of Crescenta Valley High School, Brook Speltz of La Canada High
School and Glendale residents Gregory Arakelian, Reid Colton, David
Ettedgul and Corinn Kopczynski.
Former priest released on bail
GLENDALE -- A former Holy Family Church priest arrested last
week in Fresno was released after posting bail.
Donald Farmer, 65, was arrested on 14 counts of felony child
molestation, but was no longer being held at the Fresno County Jail
as of Thursday, a Fresno Sheriff's Department recording said.
Farmer's bail was set at $100,000.