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Features | By Ruth Longoria | November 14, 2008
Crescenta Valley High School senior Holly Stevens has a passion for plants and people. The youth loves to garden and encourage the planting of drought tolerant plant, as well as work with young people at area middle schools through Builder’s Club, a younger version of Kiwanis’ Key Clubs. Stevens — who was recently honored for her community service efforts with the Senior of the Year award from the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce — is this week’s CV Sun All Star.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Mary O’KeefeValley Sun | November 14, 2008
The “Nutcracker Ballet” is a beautiful holiday tradition that takes the audience into a world of a young girl’s dream. Media City Ballet’s “Clara’s Holiday Tea Party,” another holiday tradition held at Descanso Gardens on Sunday, Nov. 23, will bring clarity to the dream ballet and share the story with an audience during a wonderful afternoon tea. Clara’s Tea Party is a way for an audience to share...
ENTERTAINMENT
November 14, 2008
Ten Years Ago Internet and intellectual property law specialist Suzanne J. Heeg of La Crescenta was named a partner with the law firm of Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton, LLP in Los Angeles.   Twenty Years Ago Doug Davidson, who created the role of Paul Williams on TV’s “The Young and the Restless” and his wife, actress Cindy Fisher, were among the participants when the Crescenta-Cañada YMCA held a fundraiser for its Outreach program at Dominick’s Italian Restaurant in La Crescenta.
FEATURES
November 14, 2008
Barack Obama has been picked as the next president. Propositions have been approved or turned down. How can faith guide us in making decisions on future Election Days?   Dr. David Hawkins in his book, “Power vs. Force” theorizes that, “There is that within us that knows.” Hawkins teaches this “knowing” is God’s gift to us and can be accessed when we choose to be still, listen and know. Jesus, the Master Teacher, said, “The Kingdom of God is within you.” Religious Scientists believe there is a Macrocosm (God)
NEWS
By Jason Wells | November 14, 2008
CITY HALL — T-Mobile representatives and city officials said Thursday that they would delay the upcoming construction of a cellular antenna until after a public meeting was held to address neighborhood concerns. The announcement came a day after residents of a northwest Glendale neighborhood came out hard against a planned T-Mobile cellular antenna in the public right-of-way, calling on the City Council to stop, or at least delay, the project. The half-dozen residents who appealed to the City Council on Wednesday to delay construction scheduled for Monday of a single antenna on the 500 block of Cumberland Drive cited health concerns and said they needed more information on the project.
NEWS
November 14, 2008
HEALTH CLINIC The City Council on Tuesday approved a five-year contract with a new healthcare provider to take over the Edison Pacific Health Clinic after the original contractor failed to meet predetermined performance benchmarks. All For Health, Health For All, or AFH, will take over the 1,827-square-foot health clinic at the Pacific Edison complex at 437 S. Pacific Ave. after Northeast Community Clinic failed to meet the terms of its city-subsidized contract. In doing so, AFH will receive the same city subsidy — free rent, utilities, equipment and furniture — and be obligated to meet certain service levels in providing free or low-cost healthcare to the community.
NEWS
November 14, 2008
Author speaks about her book Tony Johnston, author of “Any Small Goodness,” will be speaking about her book at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Glendale Central Library Auditorium, at 222 E. Harvard St. Copies of the book for the author to sign will be available for purchase at the event. For more information, call (818) 548-2042.   Church holding fall festival Saturday The Church for the Nations will host a Community Fall Festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the church’s new location at 1015 N. Central Ave. There will be live music, face painting and a moon bounce along with a barbecue lunch.
NEWS
By Ruth Longoria | November 14, 2008
Ding dong! Ding dong! No, it’s not Avon calling, it’s the merry little tinkling you’ll soon be hearing outside local grocery stores and retail outlets as The Salvation Army’s Christmas kettle season begins and workers ring out the need to help others during the struggling economic situation this holiday season. Funds raised in The Salvation Army’s Christmas kettles are used to provide holiday meals and toys to area families and individuals in need, as well as to help out as needed during the year.
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