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September 13, 2004
Group presents ethics awards GLENDALE -- The Character & Ethics Project Community Awards show is 3 p.m. Thursday at the Glendale Central Library auditorium, 222 E. Harvard St. The program recognizes businesses and employees who exemplify good character and ethical behavior at home and in the community. Recipients will be honored with certificates from the Character & Ethics Project and from local legislative representatives. Guest and family are welcome and encouraged to attend.
NEWS
By: | August 26, 2005
Send AROUND TOWN items to the Coastline Pilot, P.O. Box 248, Laguna Beach, CA 92652; fax to (949) 494-8979; call (949) 494-4321 or e-mail o7coastlinepilot@latimes.com. f7Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. TODAY CHILDREN PERFORM MUSICAL The New York Summer Castle presents "The Adventures of Harry Potter," a hilarious production of singing, dancing, acting and costumes, with a cast of kids 4 to 10 who have spent their summer rehearsing for the show.
FEATURES
March 3, 2007
UNIVERSITY WOMEN HEAR ABOUT ESTATE PLANNING Olive Magee Warner , a Glendale attorney, will address the Glendale American Assn. of University Women on coordinating estate plans during the group's meeting beginning at 9:45 a.m. March 10 at Marie Callender's Restaurant, 707 N. Pacific Ave., Glendale. Warner is a specialist in estate planning, trusts and probate. She will discuss pension plans, IRAs, 403(b)s, life insurance and annuities. With life expectancy rising, estate plans must take into consideration incapacity, durable power of attorney and health care.
NEWS
January 19, 2009
Dad?s Club to serve pancakes Verdugo Woodlands Elementary School will have an All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Breakfast from 7 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Dad?s Club, 1728 Cañada Blvd., Glendale, between the fire house and Babe Herman Baseball Field. There is a $5 donation. Proceeds go to maintenance costs of the Dad?s Club Community Building. Call (818) 246-2122. ? Club to celebrate Korean new year The Korean Parents? Club at Valley View Elementary School will present an assembly to celebrate the Korean new year and Korean culture on Friday.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 17, 2006
In these days of rising costs and economic uncertainty baby boomers and maturing adults may have many concerns about planning for their retirement years. But, planning for retirement is one of the most important aspects to living successfully in as one ages. Beginning Wednesday, April 5 from 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. the Pasadena Senior Center, located at 85 E. Holly St., will offer a new course titled "Financing Your Retirement." This course is designed to provide seniors with a better understanding of the many key issues of retirement finances, options they have, and to how to deal with the changes that occur.
COMMUNITY
April 3, 2014
Alan was the firstborn child of Lois and Merlin Reedy. Born in Burbank, California, he experienced the last years of the Great Depression andWorldWar II through the eyes of a child. He also witnessed the arrival of three younger siblings, Diane, Terry, and Lance “Dana.” In his youth, Alan demonstrated the enterprise and energy that would characterize his adult life. He delivered newspapers, worked as a lifeguard, and went on to start a window washing and lawn mowing business in his teens.
NEWS
By: | September 1, 2005
The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles are being asked to kick in an additional $23 million in funds to pay for a massive project to move Pacific Coast Highway and reconnect part of the wetlands with the ocean. The funding would push the bill of the project to about $100 million, paid mostly by the ports in exchange for an agreement to expand their massive shipping operations into environmentally sensitive habitats in Los Angeles County. A committee of the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners approved the plan Aug. 22 to hand over an additional $11.4 million, and the Los Angeles Harbor is weighing a similar proposal.
LOCAL
January 16, 2009
“Feeling grateful to or appreciative of someone or something in your life actually attracts more of the things that you appreciate and value into your life.” — Christiane Northrup, M.D.   2009 a great new beginning to get rid of old grudges, renew friendships and tell the people in your life that you appreciate them. Try experimenting by: 1. Write down five people you care most about; 2. Next to their name write down the last time you showed appreciation for what they have done in your life; 3. Do something for them today to help make their day a little more special — say thank you, give a hug, tell them you love them, write them a little note, bring them a flower, smile at them, have a meal with them, give them a picture of the two of you having fun, call a pillow fight, play a game, walk to the park, compliment them, ask if they need help with anything, send them a happy e-mail or send a ‘real’ letter or card in the mail.
NEWS
August 13, 2001
Tim Willert Women's group to kick off chapter year GLENDALE -- The Verdugo Glen chapter of the American Business Women's Assn. will conduct its first meeting of the new chapter year at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 22 at the Glendale Elks Lodge & Club, 120 E. Colorado Blvd. Networking begins at 5:30, followed at 6:30 by dinner, a program and business meeting. Dinner costs $17. The guest speaker is Dr. H. George Brennan, who performs free corrective surgery for victims of domestic violence.
NEWS
January 29, 2003
Today I begin writing a column I have wanted to write for several years. The column covers my special interest -- the activities and contributions to the foothills communities by the local service clubs. I joined the Encinitas- La Costa Rotary Club 18 years ago and have served as president, director and other leadership positions. The club's diverse projects range from conducting high school mock job interviews for graduating seniors to the construction of facilities for the Boys & Girls Club.
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COMMUNITY
April 3, 2014
Alan was the firstborn child of Lois and Merlin Reedy. Born in Burbank, California, he experienced the last years of the Great Depression andWorldWar II through the eyes of a child. He also witnessed the arrival of three younger siblings, Diane, Terry, and Lance “Dana.” In his youth, Alan demonstrated the enterprise and energy that would characterize his adult life. He delivered newspapers, worked as a lifeguard, and went on to start a window washing and lawn mowing business in his teens.
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By Megan O'Neil, megan.oneil@latimes.com | March 18, 2012
Larry Meyer's marathon pursuits have taken him to some of the most far-flung regions of the world. There was a 20-degree race through snow and ice in Antarctica, and another that had him running across long stretches of the Great Wall of China, up steep slopes and through rural countryside. “It took me eight hours - I was dying,” Meyer, 64, said of the marathon in China. “There were parts of it where you had to go up goat paths that were just trails. Sometimes there were ropes that you had to hold on to.” He hits the pavement today for the Los Angeles Marathon.
NEWS
January 19, 2009
Dad?s Club to serve pancakes Verdugo Woodlands Elementary School will have an All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Breakfast from 7 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Dad?s Club, 1728 Cañada Blvd., Glendale, between the fire house and Babe Herman Baseball Field. There is a $5 donation. Proceeds go to maintenance costs of the Dad?s Club Community Building. Call (818) 246-2122. ? Club to celebrate Korean new year The Korean Parents? Club at Valley View Elementary School will present an assembly to celebrate the Korean new year and Korean culture on Friday.
LOCAL
January 16, 2009
“Feeling grateful to or appreciative of someone or something in your life actually attracts more of the things that you appreciate and value into your life.” — Christiane Northrup, M.D.   2009 a great new beginning to get rid of old grudges, renew friendships and tell the people in your life that you appreciate them. Try experimenting by: 1. Write down five people you care most about; 2. Next to their name write down the last time you showed appreciation for what they have done in your life; 3. Do something for them today to help make their day a little more special — say thank you, give a hug, tell them you love them, write them a little note, bring them a flower, smile at them, have a meal with them, give them a picture of the two of you having fun, call a pillow fight, play a game, walk to the park, compliment them, ask if they need help with anything, send them a happy e-mail or send a ‘real’ letter or card in the mail.
FEATURES
March 3, 2007
UNIVERSITY WOMEN HEAR ABOUT ESTATE PLANNING Olive Magee Warner , a Glendale attorney, will address the Glendale American Assn. of University Women on coordinating estate plans during the group's meeting beginning at 9:45 a.m. March 10 at Marie Callender's Restaurant, 707 N. Pacific Ave., Glendale. Warner is a specialist in estate planning, trusts and probate. She will discuss pension plans, IRAs, 403(b)s, life insurance and annuities. With life expectancy rising, estate plans must take into consideration incapacity, durable power of attorney and health care.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 17, 2006
In these days of rising costs and economic uncertainty baby boomers and maturing adults may have many concerns about planning for their retirement years. But, planning for retirement is one of the most important aspects to living successfully in as one ages. Beginning Wednesday, April 5 from 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. the Pasadena Senior Center, located at 85 E. Holly St., will offer a new course titled "Financing Your Retirement." This course is designed to provide seniors with a better understanding of the many key issues of retirement finances, options they have, and to how to deal with the changes that occur.
NEWS
By: | September 1, 2005
The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles are being asked to kick in an additional $23 million in funds to pay for a massive project to move Pacific Coast Highway and reconnect part of the wetlands with the ocean. The funding would push the bill of the project to about $100 million, paid mostly by the ports in exchange for an agreement to expand their massive shipping operations into environmentally sensitive habitats in Los Angeles County. A committee of the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners approved the plan Aug. 22 to hand over an additional $11.4 million, and the Los Angeles Harbor is weighing a similar proposal.
NEWS
By: | August 26, 2005
Send AROUND TOWN items to the Coastline Pilot, P.O. Box 248, Laguna Beach, CA 92652; fax to (949) 494-8979; call (949) 494-4321 or e-mail o7coastlinepilot@latimes.com. f7Submissions must be received two weeks before publication. TODAY CHILDREN PERFORM MUSICAL The New York Summer Castle presents "The Adventures of Harry Potter," a hilarious production of singing, dancing, acting and costumes, with a cast of kids 4 to 10 who have spent their summer rehearsing for the show.
NEWS
September 13, 2004
Group presents ethics awards GLENDALE -- The Character & Ethics Project Community Awards show is 3 p.m. Thursday at the Glendale Central Library auditorium, 222 E. Harvard St. The program recognizes businesses and employees who exemplify good character and ethical behavior at home and in the community. Recipients will be honored with certificates from the Character & Ethics Project and from local legislative representatives. Guest and family are welcome and encouraged to attend.
NEWS
January 29, 2003
Today I begin writing a column I have wanted to write for several years. The column covers my special interest -- the activities and contributions to the foothills communities by the local service clubs. I joined the Encinitas- La Costa Rotary Club 18 years ago and have served as president, director and other leadership positions. The club's diverse projects range from conducting high school mock job interviews for graduating seniors to the construction of facilities for the Boys & Girls Club.
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