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By Yasmin Nouh | July 18, 2009
What happens if you covered your arm with a bag of Crisco oil and stuck it into a bucket filled with ice? You would feel nothing, like a sea lion in the cooler waters of the North Pacific. Do you think you can get yourself out of an alligator’s mouth? Well, too bad because at 3,500 pounds, the force of its bite is equivalent to that of a car landing on top of you. Those are some of the things that Glendale resident Anne Beckner learned while preparing for the L.A. Zoo’s World Music Night on Tuesday evening, which focused on animals from all over the world.
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By Jon Haber | June 24, 2009
Retired gynecologist Carol Ann Burton’s lifelong charity work has always seemed like the right fit for her in Glendale. And now she will lead the way for the organization where she got started years ago. The community activist was installed last month as local president of the National Charity League, a nonprofit mother-daughter organization that promotes community involvement. She first became involved in the program in the seventh grade when her mother was a senior member, or patroness, within the organization.
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By Joyce Rudolph, joyce.rudolph@latimes.com | May 8, 2011
Marta Pazos, 69, and her mother, Delia Pazos, 93, have found a special place to enjoy their golden years together. Three times a week they take the tai chi class in the garden of the Glendale Adult Recreation Center. They also come for special luncheons and activities at the center. It's not only a way to take a break from their Glendale home, but a chance to get some exercise and socialize, Marta Pazos said. When her father died seven years ago, it was a big loss for them, she said.
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By: ANI AMIRKHANIAN | September 17, 2005
A conversation I heard at the gym between two Armenian women sounded all too familiar. The older woman who appeared to be in her mid-40s wore a pair of shorts and a tank top. She had bleached blond hair and a belly ring which was exposed by her tank top. Her friend, who was much younger and dressed in long pants and short sleeve shirt, listened to her intently as they headed out from the locker room. The conversation happened to be about the way the older woman was dressed.
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January 15, 2013
I find it rather hypocritical that the city is considering banning the Glendale Gun Show and at the same time expanding the use of alcohol on public property (“Councilman aiming for ban of city's gun show,” Dec. 20). If one of these persons who legally consumes alcohol at a city facility drives off and crashes into a school bus, killing several children, who would be morally responsible? I personally have no use for alcohol and having worked with a fellow Glendale city employee who killed two mothers and two daughters in Glendale as a result of drunk driving, this only strengthens my position against alcohol.
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November 14, 2008
Contributed by Rachel Fox National Charity League (NCL), Glendale chapter, participated in workshops for its chapter-wide project. The chapter-wide project, chosen and implemented by 10th grade students each year, is a project that involves the participation of both mothers and daughters of the entire chapter for a common cause. This year, the class of 2011 Ticktockers chose Childrens Hospital Los Angeles’ (CHLA) Celebrate Life With HOPE (Hematology/Oncology Psychosocial and Education)
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January 31, 2001
As a U.S. citizen of Armenian descent, I am utterly appalled that any established newspaper would print such an offensive and, quite frankly, elementary article written by an obviously uneducated individual. It is exceedingly apparent that Paul Carney is not aware that this country, the United States, is one of the largest leaders in the battle for human rights everywhere, not just at home. Thus, examples such as the Jewish Holocaust of World War II are taught in our classrooms year after year, and the last time I checked the Holocaust happened in Europe, not the United States.
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December 2, 2000
Cabrini Literary Guild hears choir The Cabrini Literary Guild will have its Christmas luncheon on Thursday, Dec. 14, at the Oakmont Country Club in Glendale. Social begins at 11:30 a.m. and lunch is served at noon. Program Chairwoman Wanda Bistagne will introduce the Village Christian Schools Concert Choir under the direction of Dawn Gilmore. The choir will entertain with holiday music. It gives about 30 concerts a year at churches, retirement centers, and for chapel programs and civic organizations.
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December 20, 2003
Holidays honored at Unity Church LA CRESCENTA -- A Christmas candle-lighting service is at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Unity Church of the Valley. The church is at 2817 Montrose Ave., La Crescenta. For more information, call 249-4396. Message is 'You Are Divine!' LA CRESCENTA -- The Rev. Beverly Craig has selected "You Are Divine!" as the subject for the 10 a.m. Sunday service at La Crescenta Church of Religious Science. The church is at 4845 Dunsmore Ave., La Crescenta.
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July 21, 2006
National Charity League Inc., Glendale Chapter's Class of 2009 chose to assist at the Special Olympics of Southern California during the Summer Games in Long Beach as the group's chapterwide project for 2006. Tenth-grade Ticktockers created and oversaw the game and activity booths located in the Olympic Village on Saturday, June 17, with each girl donating at least six hours of volunteer time toward the preparation and supervision of the project. Ticktockers and patronesses from the other grade levels worked a minimum three-hour shift either at the track and field events or at the game booths in the Olympic Village.
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By Joyce Rudolph, joyce.rudolph@latimes.com | May 8, 2011
Marta Pazos, 69, and her mother, Delia Pazos, 93, have found a special place to enjoy their golden years together. Three times a week they take the tai chi class in the garden of the Glendale Adult Recreation Center. They also come for special luncheons and activities at the center. It's not only a way to take a break from their Glendale home, but a chance to get some exercise and socialize, Marta Pazos said. When her father died seven years ago, it was a big loss for them, she said.
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By Yasmin Nouh | July 18, 2009
What happens if you covered your arm with a bag of Crisco oil and stuck it into a bucket filled with ice? You would feel nothing, like a sea lion in the cooler waters of the North Pacific. Do you think you can get yourself out of an alligator’s mouth? Well, too bad because at 3,500 pounds, the force of its bite is equivalent to that of a car landing on top of you. Those are some of the things that Glendale resident Anne Beckner learned while preparing for the L.A. Zoo’s World Music Night on Tuesday evening, which focused on animals from all over the world.
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By Jon Haber | June 24, 2009
Retired gynecologist Carol Ann Burton’s lifelong charity work has always seemed like the right fit for her in Glendale. And now she will lead the way for the organization where she got started years ago. The community activist was installed last month as local president of the National Charity League, a nonprofit mother-daughter organization that promotes community involvement. She first became involved in the program in the seventh grade when her mother was a senior member, or patroness, within the organization.
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