L'Aureole of Glendale donates $10,000 to youth program

July 03, 2012|By Joyce Rudolph
  • Salvation Army Captains Rachel and Rio Ray, from left, receive a check for $10,000 from L'Aureole President Kathy Kashuba and charity event chairwoman Joan Taylor.
Salvation Army Captains Rachel and Rio Ray, from left,… (Photo by Eunice…)

The highlight of the recent installation luncheon of L'Aureole of Glendale was the presentation of $10,000 to the Glendale Salvation Army.

President Kathy Kashuba passed the check to captains Rio and Rachel Ray for their youth after-school Zone Program. These funds were raised by the benefit fashion show at the La Cañada Country Club in April.

Past president Jeannine Jones was commentator for a fashion show of apparel provided by Holiday Hats & Gowns of Montrose. The models were Jeri Adamson, Shirley De Perini, Amanda Huddleston, Georgia McAninch, Carol Pickett, Rachel Ray and Susan Skiffington. Joan Taylor was model coordinator.

New officers are: President Kathy Kashuba, First Vice President Phyllis Marks, Second Vice President Bonnie Kunkle, Third Vice President Joan Taylor, Fourth Vice President Marilyn Williams, Treasurer Mary Owen, Recording Secretary Jeannine Jones, Corresponding Secretary Nancy Suelau, Budget Secretary Lucille Mellon, Newsletter Chairwoman Joan Taylor, Social Chairwoman Mary Wollam, Yearbook Chairwoman Shirley de Perini, Parliamentarian Margaret Clarke, Amenities Chairman Marilyn Hewitt and Auditor Irene Goodell.


Kiwanis presents scholarships

The foundation of the Kiwanis Club of Montrose-La Crescenta, led by President Lynn McGinnis, recently gave nine scholarships totaling $4,800 to students graduating from Crescenta Valley and Clark Magnet high schools.

Recipients are Molly Shelton, Andre Aboulian, Jonathan Malmrose, Jennie Scott, Rachel Kwon, Aimee Yeghiayan, Natalie Sarukhanian, Tevin Youn and Michelle Tomasian. Lt. Col. David Worley is a Kiwanis Educator of the Year, and received a Distinguished Service Award, for his work with the CV's JROTC program. The Kiwanis Club also made a $500 contribution to the JROTC program.

Travel Awards went to Rio Cabrera, who will attend the International Key Club Convention in Florida, and Stanimira Karttolova, a junior at Clark Magnet High School, who will attend the National Student Leadership Conference on Medicine and Health Care, in Washington, D.C., this summer. Additional contributions were made to a number of school clubs and community activities, including the Crescenta Valley High School Athletic Hall of Fame, Rosemont's Civil War Night, the Rosemont Bowl and the Crescenta Valley Mountain Bike Team.

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