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July 13, 2007
Daniel Burns , son of Chris and Madeline Burns of Lake View Terrace, was honored recently for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. Eagle Scout is the highest rank a boy can achieve in Boy Scouting, and must be earned before reaching the age of 18. A Scout must earn a minimum of 21 merit badges in many required subjects such as first aid, personal fitness, Family Life, and Citizenship in the Nation, to name a few. In addition, a Scout must...
NEWS
By Ryan Vaillancourt | January 17, 2008
GLENDALE — Army Sgt. David J. Hart, 22, a Lake View Terrace resident who attended elementary school in Glendale, died in Iraq on Jan. 8. Hart, along with two fellow infantrymen soldiers in the 101st Airborne Division, died of wounds sustained during combat in Samarra, Iraq, in an incident that is under investigation. Though Hart’s most recent home was in Lake View Terrace, he attended Calvary Christian School in Glendale, said Sarah Sherman, a former classmate and friend.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 14, 2006
On Friday the principal members of the California Theatrical Youth Ballet in La Cañada have promised to appear at the Second Annual Community Family Concert in support of the New Heaven on Earth Foundation. The foundation, located in Lake View Terrace, is raising funds in its effort to follow in the footsteps of legendary cowboy actor and stunt man Johnny Carpenter. For years Carpenter had rented the Lake View Terrace ranch where he would bring mentally and physically challenged to share his joy of horseback riding.
FEATURES
April 13, 2007
LAKE VIEW TERRACE — Cub Scout Pack 555, sponsored by Delphi Academy of Los Angeles, recently led a campaign to gather needed items for the Wildlife WayStation. The WayStation, located on Little Tujunga Road in the Angeles National Forest, is a refuge for wild and exotic animals that have been abused, abandoned, orphaned and injured. The Scouts collected dried fruit, chimp clothes and toys, first aid supplies, blankets, maintenance and office supplies, and more. These items will be used to help the animals and support the WayStation.
NEWS
By Veronica Rocha | June 11, 2010
A 6-year-old girl who was struck and killed by a vehicle at the end of a Los Angeles police pursuit Thursday evening in Lake View Terrace was a Monte Vista Elementary School student, officials said. Grief counselors were at the La Crescenta school today to help students and administrators cope with the death of Kayla Woods. Kayla had been playing with children near her home Thursday evening when she was struck by the fleeing suspect’s vehicle and pinned against a wall, police said.
NEWS
December 14, 2002
Gary Moskowitz There is a buzz around Delphi Academy of Los Angeles' campus these days, but it's not because of the approaching winter holidays. Students and faculty at the private, nonreligious school are preparing to move from their location off Foothill Boulevard and Cornishon Avenue to a new school facility in Lake View Terrace. Classes at the new school site will begin Jan. 13. Delphi has been renting space at the former site of Foothill Intermediate School since Delphi's inception in 1984, said Robin Shereshevsky, head of admissions at the school.
NEWS
By Mary O'Keefe | June 30, 2006
In a scene from the old west Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station detectives and deputies followed the trail of horse thieves that went from Lake View Terrace to Bakersfield. Instead of riding horses through the desert they tracked these 21st Century horse wranglers by using modern technology and helicopters. Around 4 p.m. on June 21 detectives from the CV Station, with the assistance from Kern County Sheriff's Department executed a search warrant in the 6800 block of Muller Road in the city of Bakersfield and another warrant in the 9800 block of Elmco Avenue in the City of Lamont.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 14, 2006
An all helicopters aviation event, profiles aviation's dynamic role in law enforcement, fire service, homeland security and national defense with static displays, and flight demonstrations. A Career Fair which will feature information on career opportunities with law enforcement, military and Homeland Security agencies. There will also be a family preparedness fair which will feature products, information and resources, families can use to prepare for, respond to and recover from natural disasters and other emergencies.
NEWS
March 26, 2005
WOLFE Natalie J. Ward and Lars I. Wolfe, both of Burbank, were married at Middle Ranch Lodge in Lake View Terrace. The Rev. Frank Woods officiated. A reception followed at the lodge. Christine Holland served as the bride's maid of honor, while Gary Smith was the best man. The couple honeymooned in Maui, Hawaii, and are living in Burbank. The bride is the daughter of Gail and David Ward of Glendale. She graduated from Village Christian High School in 1999.
LOCAL
April 1, 2005
Nine Crescenta Valley residents have been named National Merit Scholarship Finalists, recognizing them among the top high school students in the nation. Eight of the finalists are students at Crescenta Valley High School: Christopher J. Anderson, Eun-Ah H. Cho, Esther J. Hwang, Jay J. Kim, Traci Y. Kuratomi, Ronald J. Park, Andrew M. Simon and Garam Song. The ninth student, La Crescenta resident James C. Baker, is a student at Delphi Academy in Lake View Terrace. The National Merit Scholarship Program chooses 16,200 semifinalists in September from students who took the Prelimiary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test in the spring.
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NEWS
By Veronica Rocha | June 11, 2010
A 6-year-old girl who was struck and killed by a vehicle at the end of a Los Angeles police pursuit Thursday evening in Lake View Terrace was a Monte Vista Elementary School student, officials said. Grief counselors were at the La Crescenta school today to help students and administrators cope with the death of Kayla Woods. Kayla had been playing with children near her home Thursday evening when she was struck by the fleeing suspect’s vehicle and pinned against a wall, police said.
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SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | October 21, 2009
GLENDALE — For three members of the Crescenta Valley High girls’ golf team, the season continues for at least one more day. The Falcons’ Sally Chun, a senior, and Jenny Lee, a sophomore, were two of 19 individual golfers to advance out of Wednesday’s Pacific League prelims at Hanson Dam Golf Course in Lake View Terrace and on to the league finals, which will take place on Tuesday at Harding and Wilson Municipal Golf Course...
NEWS
By Ruth Longoria | May 29, 2009
Helping create an awareness of the danger and effect of drugs on the community is the purpose of a three-mile Anti-Drug Walk planned for Saturday morning from Tujunga to Sunland. The walk is a joint venture of the Interact clubs of Verdugo Hills High School in Tujunga and Delphi Academy in Lake View Terrace. ?This walk is a starting point for the community,? said Noemi Agagianian, a junior at Verdugo Hills High. Agagianian said she hopes this becomes an annual community event and helps unite the community against the harm of drugs, as well as informs kids that ?
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By Ryan Vaillancourt | January 17, 2008
GLENDALE — Army Sgt. David J. Hart, 22, a Lake View Terrace resident who attended elementary school in Glendale, died in Iraq on Jan. 8. Hart, along with two fellow infantrymen soldiers in the 101st Airborne Division, died of wounds sustained during combat in Samarra, Iraq, in an incident that is under investigation. Though Hart’s most recent home was in Lake View Terrace, he attended Calvary Christian School in Glendale, said Sarah Sherman, a former classmate and friend.
FEATURES
By Ani Amirkhanian | January 2, 2008
Montrose resident John Abercrombie likes to stay active, whether it’s shooting pool at Sparr Heights Community Center or swimming laps at the Crescenta-Cañada YMCA. But his favorite pastime is riding his motorcycle. After more than 20 years of cruising on a motorcycle, Abercrombie, 78, still enjoys the thrill of the ride. Every Sunday, he takes out his Honda Goldwing for a spin, often going to Hansen Dam in Lake View Terrace. Although his wife, Dorothy, calls his motorcycle a “murdercycle,” Abercrombie, said he’s never been afraid of getting on a motorcycle and compares it to riding a bicycle.
NEWS
By Angela Hokanson | November 30, 2007
Jun Hwang, a 12-year-old at Monte Vista Elementary School, was a bit nervous when he arrived at Hansen Dam Recreation Area in Lake View Terrace on Thursday to spend the morning with students from College View, a Glendale school for kids with special needs. Jun said he had never spent much time with children with disabilities before, and he was a little scared. But after Jun learned that he and his buddy-for-the-day, 11-year-old College View student Shane Proffitt, shared the same birthday month, he felt more comfortable.
FEATURES
July 13, 2007
Daniel Burns , son of Chris and Madeline Burns of Lake View Terrace, was honored recently for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. Eagle Scout is the highest rank a boy can achieve in Boy Scouting, and must be earned before reaching the age of 18. A Scout must earn a minimum of 21 merit badges in many required subjects such as first aid, personal fitness, Family Life, and Citizenship in the Nation, to name a few. In addition, a Scout must...
FEATURES
April 13, 2007
LAKE VIEW TERRACE — Cub Scout Pack 555, sponsored by Delphi Academy of Los Angeles, recently led a campaign to gather needed items for the Wildlife WayStation. The WayStation, located on Little Tujunga Road in the Angeles National Forest, is a refuge for wild and exotic animals that have been abused, abandoned, orphaned and injured. The Scouts collected dried fruit, chimp clothes and toys, first aid supplies, blankets, maintenance and office supplies, and more. These items will be used to help the animals and support the WayStation.
NEWS
By Mary O'Keefe | August 11, 2006
On Tuesday, Carlos Rodolfo Nevarez, 19, of Pacoima, was arrested and booked at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station, charged with felony vandalism to a place of worship pertaining to an estimated $90,000 of vandalism done at Jewish Chapel at Glen Haven Mortuary in Lake View Terrace. During the evening hours between Aug. 4 and 5, Nevarez allegedly entered the chapel and vandalized it. Several pews were pulled from the floor and tipped over, fire extinguishers from the chapel were emptied into the room and several empty caskets were pulled from the storage area and damaged.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 14, 2006
On Friday the principal members of the California Theatrical Youth Ballet in La Cañada have promised to appear at the Second Annual Community Family Concert in support of the New Heaven on Earth Foundation. The foundation, located in Lake View Terrace, is raising funds in its effort to follow in the footsteps of legendary cowboy actor and stunt man Johnny Carpenter. For years Carpenter had rented the Lake View Terrace ranch where he would bring mentally and physically challenged to share his joy of horseback riding.
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