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May 26, 2006
Proceeds from the dance performance will benefit the Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance, which provides community-based HIV prevention and care in Malawi, Africa. Lineage Dance, a professional dance company based in Pasadena, tours nationally each year raising money for charitable causes. The company has been highly successful not only in raising funds, but also in creating new dance audiences everywhere it goes. Lineage presents a dance concert to benefit the Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance (GAIA)
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By Zain Shauk | March 16, 2009
CENTRAL GLENDALE ? With economic turmoil causing jumps in poverty rates, visitors at First Lutheran Church spent part of their Saturday learning about how they could help fight the challenges facing those in need, both locally and worldwide. It was the church?s third annual event designed to create awareness for the problems facing homeless people and those in extreme poverty around the world, said Rachel Ronning-Lindgren, a congregant and one of the event organizers. Visitors from around the Los Angeles area heard from experts about some of the most severe and avoidable effects of poverty and discussed ways to help others.
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By Zain Shauk | October 6, 2009
Janet Cunningham recently went from a Glendale hospital with more than 60 surgeons to a country with only four that are responsible for serving more than 13 million people. anet Cunningham recently went from a Glendale hospital with more than 60 surgeons to a country with only four that are responsible for serving more than 13 million people. She was in Malawi on one of many medical missions she has taken as part of Glendale Adventist Medical Center’s resident training program, which she directs.
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February 20, 2012
Last month, tens of thousands of people took to the street to remember ethnic Armenian Turkish journalist Hrant Dink, who was gunned down five years ago by an ultranationalist teenager. The number of people who turned out underscored the level of discontent about how the media are treated in Turkey. "Without belittling the achievements of the government, the roof has fallen in on freedom of expression," said Hurriyet columnist David Judson. Paris-based Reporters Without Borders recently published its annual press freedom index, which dropped Turkey 10 places to 148th in the world, just behind countries such as Malawi and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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May 22, 2009
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints PTA Beautification Day gets boost The Verdugo Woodlands Elementary School PTA Beautification Day got a much needed boost from Mormon Helping Hands of the La Crescenta Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints . The school’s PTA had planned their annual Beautification Day, anticipating about 35 volunteers to do the work. Fortunately, Mormon Helping Hands offered to help the school as its quarterly local service project, adding another 140 sets of “helping hands” to the project.
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By Zain Shauk | October 6, 2009
Janet Cunningham recently went from a Glendale hospital with more than 60 surgeons to a country with only four that are responsible for serving more than 13 million people. anet Cunningham recently went from a Glendale hospital with more than 60 surgeons to a country with only four that are responsible for serving more than 13 million people. She was in Malawi on one of many medical missions she has taken as part of Glendale Adventist Medical Center’s resident training program, which she directs.
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FEATURES
By Zain Shauk | March 16, 2009
CENTRAL GLENDALE ? With economic turmoil causing jumps in poverty rates, visitors at First Lutheran Church spent part of their Saturday learning about how they could help fight the challenges facing those in need, both locally and worldwide. It was the church?s third annual event designed to create awareness for the problems facing homeless people and those in extreme poverty around the world, said Rachel Ronning-Lindgren, a congregant and one of the event organizers. Visitors from around the Los Angeles area heard from experts about some of the most severe and avoidable effects of poverty and discussed ways to help others.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 26, 2006
Proceeds from the dance performance will benefit the Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance, which provides community-based HIV prevention and care in Malawi, Africa. Lineage Dance, a professional dance company based in Pasadena, tours nationally each year raising money for charitable causes. The company has been highly successful not only in raising funds, but also in creating new dance audiences everywhere it goes. Lineage presents a dance concert to benefit the Global AIDS Interfaith Alliance (GAIA)
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