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Glendale park gets state honor

February 01, 2011

Glendale park gets state honor

Heritage Garden park in Glendale, which re-used a vacant Craftsman home on the half-acre plot for community services, received a state honor for its design and use.

In recognizing the park, the California Park & Recreation Society — a membership organization — gave high scores to the project’s design quality and effectiveness in strengthening “community image and sense of place, promoting health and wellness, fostering human development, increasing cultural unity and promoting participation in recreational experiences,” according to an announcement from the city on Tuesday.

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The park is located at Cedar and Harvard Streets in South Glendale.

City officials will accept the honor at a ceremony in March.

Zarian to discuss digestive health

The chief executive of a health supplement business is scheduled to appear live Thursday on “The Larry Zarian Show” to discuss the benefits of tracking what people eat to improve their digestive health.

Harry Bronozian, president of Custom Probiotics, will discuss the importance of monitoring food intake and dietery supplements to maximize the health benefits of eating right.

The show airs on Charter Cable Channel 380 at 7 p.m. The viewer call-in number is (818) 547-3668.


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