July 5, 2008
If asked what your spiritual gift is, what would your answer be? Do you know instantly that your gift is hospitality and that you enjoy entertaining in your home? Do you have a passion for prayer and find yourself often thinking of and praying for others throughout your day? Have you been gifted to lead in different settings? Do you enjoy teaching others and find pleasure in their enthusiasm? Most of us know what we take pleasure in doing, and quite often that is what we are gifted in. When we are Christians, we are to use those gifts to build up others in the body of Christ.
April 4, 2000
SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Today: Chicken nuggets and a mini-croissant or hamburger or chef salad or low-fat yogurt, crackers and french fries with a sald bar; or ham and cheese on a wheat roll with fruit and vegetables. Wednesday: Hamburger or pizza or chef salad or low-fat yogurt and crackers with a salad bar; or submarine sandwich with fruit and vegetables. Thursday: Spaghetti and bread sticks or hamburger or chef salad or low-fat yogurt and crackers with a salad bar; or turkey and cheese on a french roll with fruit and vegetables.
February 29, 2000
SCHOOL LUNCH MENU Today: Hot dog or pizza or chef salad or low-fat yogurt and crackers with a salad bar; or turkey combo on a wheat roll with fruit and vegetables. Wednesday: Nacho cheese and tortilla chips or pizza or chef salad or low-fat yogurt and crackers with a salad bar; or submarine sandwich with fruit and vegetables. Thursday: Roasted chicken and animal crackers or pizza or chef salad or low-fat yogurt, crackers and potato wedges with a salad bar; or turkey and cheese on a french roll with fruit and vegetables.
April 23, 2005
Rima Shah Problems plaguing Brand Boulevard businesses have branched out. Some merchants say that trees, which line the sidewalk along Brand Boulevard, are too messy and block their signs. The city did come and trim the branches but the problem is recurring, and the foliage keeps growing back again, said Tom Shin, manager of Togo's. The trees in question are carrotwood trees, said Robert McFall, Glendale's assistant city manager. Carrotwood trees are fast-growing evergreens that grow to a height of about 35 feet, according to the National Park Service.
March 12, 2004
Dining With Duvall By Lynn Duvall If you were asked which fruit you'd associate with Sunkist, you'd probably reply, "orange" or "citrus fruits." Correct answer. What about this question:"Where are the Sunkist-owned citrus groves located?" The right answer might surprise you: nowhere. Fruit labelled Sunkist is grown in California and Arizona, but Sunkist owns no orchards. Sunkist, a not-for-profit company, is a cooperative. Around 6,000 growers join forces to produce high quality fruit with annual sales in the billion dollar range, making Sunkist the largest produce marketing cooperative in the world.