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By Joyce Rudolph | August 15, 2009
Girl Scout Kelly Arthur, 17, looked to her passion when deciding what volunteer project she’d like to explore for her Gold Award. Arthur is a member of Troop 2801 and she received the award, which is similar to becoming an Eagle Scout in Boy Scouts, in June. “It’s a culmination of all you’ve learned in Girl Scouts and you apply that to a project,” she said. The La Cañada High School senior has raised funds to purchase cleaning supplies and toys for the Glendale Humane Society since ninth grade as an officer of the Animal Aid Club, a campus organization, she said.
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Patrick Caneday | June 5, 2010
I 've been a little tense lately. Could you tell? Maybe it's being home with the kids too much. Maybe it's finances or wondering when I'm going to figure out who I really am. "The Office," "30 Rock" and "Modern Family" are all in reruns, and everything else on TV gives me agita. I don't care why, how or when Lindsay Lohan is in court and wonder what ever happened to real news reporting. I'm sick of hearing people argue and blame each other, right, left and ambidextrous.
NEWS
July 4, 2000
Every year, during the Fourth of July holiday, thousands of pets run away from home and are lost, injured and tragically killed as a result of being frightened by the sound and the vibrations of fireworks. Many terrible and upsetting situations might be avoided with the careful planning and consideration of pet owners. Y With the Fourth of July holiday quickly approaching, people get caught in the excitement of celebrations, and many overlook planning for the safety and security of their pets, not realizing that the noise and commotion is not only confusing and upsetting to them, but is actually downright terrifying to them.
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By Veronica Rocha | March 25, 2010
LA CRESCENTA — Manager Norma Gutierrez and fellow Burger King employees got a lesson Tuesday on lending a hand to troubled teens seeking a safe place or advice. The fast food restaurant at 3517 Foothill Blvd. was the fourth area Burger King to be designated as a Safe Place — a Salvation Army program to provide safe havens for troubled youth, coordinator Meghan Ravada said. The restaurant’s employees were also one of several Burger King staffs to get training from Ravada on how to properly help teens with problems.
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By Robin Goldsworthy | March 21, 2008
Before the days of cable TV, movies on demand and VCRs, holidays were the opportunity for television networks to showcase "special" movies. These classics would be pulled out once a year and were seen as a special treat for many families who would gather around the television after their holiday meal to collectively enjoy these films. For example, I remember the whole family settling down at a relative’s home after Thanksgiving to watch "The Sound of Music." And there were few things that could quiet a room as quickly as the first strains of Judy Garland singing "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" in "The Wizard of Oz."
ENTERTAINMENT
By Lisa Dupuy | October 17, 2009
Going to Panera Bread in Glendale is like putting on your favorite jacket on a chilly autumn day. It?s warm, it goes with everything, and you feel good wearing it. You can trust that a meal at Panera will be comforting and good for you, the ambience will be warm and welcoming, and the experience will be relatively painless (sometimes, in life, the zipper does get stuck). Panera is a little like a modern cafeteria in that you order your food in one area and have it delivered in another.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Joyce Rudolph | August 15, 2009
Girl Scout Kelly Arthur, 17, looked to her passion when deciding what volunteer project she’d like to explore for her Gold Award. Arthur is a member of Troop 2801 and she received the award, which is similar to becoming an Eagle Scout in Boy Scouts, in June. “It’s a culmination of all you’ve learned in Girl Scouts and you apply that to a project,” she said. The La Cañada High School senior has raised funds to purchase cleaning supplies and toys for the Glendale Humane Society since ninth grade as an officer of the Animal Aid Club, a campus organization, she said.
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