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August 11, 2001
Alecia Foster GLENDALE -- Sunday is the last day for Glendale Senior Citizens to receive Farmer's Market coupons. The coupons have been given to the Los Angeles Area Agency on Agency by the California Department of Aging. The free, one-time-only coupons will be distributed through Senior Nutritional Meals Program Centers. The following sites will have coupons: Adult Recreation Center at 201 E. Colorado St. Maple Park at 820 Maple St. Sparr Heights Senior Center at 1613 Glencoe Way. Seniors must fill out a registration card and eat at the center at least one time to qualify.
FEATURES
March 4, 2008
Girl Scouts offering ice cream coupons This Sunday, Girl Scouts from troops 434, 278, and 873 and Cold Stone Creamery have partnered to offer special coupons for a “Girl Scout Cookie Creation” at the Cold Stone store at 3231 Foothill Blvd. in La Crescenta (on the corner of Pennsylvania). Girls will be handing out the coupons at the Vons store at Pennsylvania and Foothill to anyone who purchases any box of cookies. Coupons are only available on Sunday, March 2 from 11 a.m. till 7 p.m.   Scout Tasting Bee on Sunday The International World Friendship and Tasting Bee will be held on from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on March 2 at the Holy Redeemer Church School cafeteria.
NEWS
July 7, 2006
  Tickets for Good Behavior Since 1996, the 7-Eleven Corporation has sponsored Operation Chill which is a program that allows law enforcement officers to “ticket” youngsters they observe doing good deeds or exhibiting positive behavior. The ticket is actually a coupon good for a free 12-oz Slurpee at any participating 7-Eleven store. In addition to rewarding good behavior by youth, Operation Chill offers opportunities for officers to interface with youngsters in a non-law-enforcement situation.
FEATURES
By Mary O’Keefe | August 17, 2007
As CV Sheriff Station’s Sgt. Mark Slater drove around Crescenta Valley, he noticed three middle school aged boys standing on the southwest corner of Rosemont Avenue and Foothill Boulevard. Slater pulled his patrol car over to the side of Foothill and watched the three teens as they crossed the street and began walking up the Rosemont hill. Slater pulled his vehicle into the Ralphs Market parking lot and approached the teens as they passed. “Hi boys,” Slater said.
NEWS
By Bruce Campbell | March 24, 2011
I am not much of a gambler, except for March Madness. When I think about my next trip to Las Vegas, I try to set a magic amount that I will leave at the casino. The Jewel City Kiwanis Club was treated to very interesting stories about the casinos not always winning. These stories were provided by Bruce Hinckley, a very experienced certified public accountant. Hinckley, who is the president of the Glendale Noon Kiwanis Club, shared stories from his 15 years of experience as the vice president and corporate controller of Caesars World Inc., parent company of Caesars Palace.
NEWS
May 2, 2008
?I am a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work, the more luck I have.? Thomas Jefferson Well, today is your lucky day. Joining the chamber just got ?sweeter.? Thanks to two local businesses, all new members will get over $15 in coupons with their new membership. Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and Los Rapidos are giving coupons for free food to every new member. One visit to Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and you?ll discover why it is the number one destination of chocolate lovers everywhere.
NEWS
By JUNE CASAGRANDE | December 26, 2007
Once upon a time, I was a coupon junkie. My idea of a great Sunday morning was waking up early and tearing into my newspaper for store coupons that, when combined with club card discounts and doubled manufacturer coupons, let me score truly amazing deals on grocery items ? some of which I actually wanted. Then came the grocery strike. No way was I going to cross lines of picketing workers ? not even to nab a 50-cent tube of Colgate Tartar-Control. I rearranged my schedule to go to stores not involved in the strike, gave up bargain hunting as my favorite sport and found other ways to entertain myself on Sunday morning (hi, honey)
NEWS
March 12, 2005
PATRICK AZADIAN According to the Bible, after Noah's Ark landed on Mount Ararat, humankind was given a second chance to redeem itself. Just to make sure redemption was not left to chance, different groups were assigned unique languages from the heavens to discourage the exchange of destructive ideas. There was probably some kind of a meeting, where up-and-coming nations were assigned their respective lingo and handed out the resources to prosper.
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By Bruce Campbell | March 24, 2011
I am not much of a gambler, except for March Madness. When I think about my next trip to Las Vegas, I try to set a magic amount that I will leave at the casino. The Jewel City Kiwanis Club was treated to very interesting stories about the casinos not always winning. These stories were provided by Bruce Hinckley, a very experienced certified public accountant. Hinckley, who is the president of the Glendale Noon Kiwanis Club, shared stories from his 15 years of experience as the vice president and corporate controller of Caesars World Inc., parent company of Caesars Palace.
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NEWS
August 9, 2010
Randy Craig, national PTA editorial manager, reported on a survey by the National Retail Federation that says an average family with students in kindergarten through 12th grade will spend $548.72 for back-to-school needs. Survey respondents said online coupons are among their cost-saving plans with coupons.com and couponmom.com among sites with best offers. Other tips include visiting thrift shops or watching for sales on school supplies throughout the year. The PTA suggests looking at your circle of friends or social networks to find a needed item in exchange for something no longer needed.
NEWS
May 2, 2008
?I am a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work, the more luck I have.? Thomas Jefferson Well, today is your lucky day. Joining the chamber just got ?sweeter.? Thanks to two local businesses, all new members will get over $15 in coupons with their new membership. Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and Los Rapidos are giving coupons for free food to every new member. One visit to Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and you?ll discover why it is the number one destination of chocolate lovers everywhere.
FEATURES
March 4, 2008
Girl Scouts offering ice cream coupons This Sunday, Girl Scouts from troops 434, 278, and 873 and Cold Stone Creamery have partnered to offer special coupons for a “Girl Scout Cookie Creation” at the Cold Stone store at 3231 Foothill Blvd. in La Crescenta (on the corner of Pennsylvania). Girls will be handing out the coupons at the Vons store at Pennsylvania and Foothill to anyone who purchases any box of cookies. Coupons are only available on Sunday, March 2 from 11 a.m. till 7 p.m.   Scout Tasting Bee on Sunday The International World Friendship and Tasting Bee will be held on from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on March 2 at the Holy Redeemer Church School cafeteria.
NEWS
By JUNE CASAGRANDE | December 26, 2007
Once upon a time, I was a coupon junkie. My idea of a great Sunday morning was waking up early and tearing into my newspaper for store coupons that, when combined with club card discounts and doubled manufacturer coupons, let me score truly amazing deals on grocery items ? some of which I actually wanted. Then came the grocery strike. No way was I going to cross lines of picketing workers ? not even to nab a 50-cent tube of Colgate Tartar-Control. I rearranged my schedule to go to stores not involved in the strike, gave up bargain hunting as my favorite sport and found other ways to entertain myself on Sunday morning (hi, honey)
FEATURES
By Mary O’Keefe | August 17, 2007
As CV Sheriff Station’s Sgt. Mark Slater drove around Crescenta Valley, he noticed three middle school aged boys standing on the southwest corner of Rosemont Avenue and Foothill Boulevard. Slater pulled his patrol car over to the side of Foothill and watched the three teens as they crossed the street and began walking up the Rosemont hill. Slater pulled his vehicle into the Ralphs Market parking lot and approached the teens as they passed. “Hi boys,” Slater said.
NEWS
July 7, 2006
  Tickets for Good Behavior Since 1996, the 7-Eleven Corporation has sponsored Operation Chill which is a program that allows law enforcement officers to “ticket” youngsters they observe doing good deeds or exhibiting positive behavior. The ticket is actually a coupon good for a free 12-oz Slurpee at any participating 7-Eleven store. In addition to rewarding good behavior by youth, Operation Chill offers opportunities for officers to interface with youngsters in a non-law-enforcement situation.
NEWS
March 12, 2005
PATRICK AZADIAN According to the Bible, after Noah's Ark landed on Mount Ararat, humankind was given a second chance to redeem itself. Just to make sure redemption was not left to chance, different groups were assigned unique languages from the heavens to discourage the exchange of destructive ideas. There was probably some kind of a meeting, where up-and-coming nations were assigned their respective lingo and handed out the resources to prosper.
NEWS
August 11, 2001
Alecia Foster GLENDALE -- Sunday is the last day for Glendale Senior Citizens to receive Farmer's Market coupons. The coupons have been given to the Los Angeles Area Agency on Agency by the California Department of Aging. The free, one-time-only coupons will be distributed through Senior Nutritional Meals Program Centers. The following sites will have coupons: Adult Recreation Center at 201 E. Colorado St. Maple Park at 820 Maple St. Sparr Heights Senior Center at 1613 Glencoe Way. Seniors must fill out a registration card and eat at the center at least one time to qualify.
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