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MPYD Students Share Sun, Fun and Inspiration at 10th Annual Summer Camp

Summer fun and brotherly bonding were the order of the day as Mentoring Partnership for Youth Development (MPYD) – a male student mentoring program at John Muir High School in Pasadena – escaped to the wilderness for the 10th Annual Cardinal Paint Summer Camp. Every August since 2004, MPYD students, mentors and staff have enjoyed four days of relaxation, recreation and inspiration at the beautiful…

Breakfast for Baby Andrew

The Pasadena Hosts Lions Club,  the Salvation Army Pasadena Corps, and the University Club of Pasadena will host an all-you-can-eat Pancake Breakfast  Saturday, August 23, at the Pasadena Salvation Army headquarters in support of Baby…

The Law Offices of Donald P. Schweitzer Presents Foothill Unity Center with $10,470

From left to right: Don Schweitzer, Founder, Certified Family Law Specialist, Law Offices of Donald P. Schweitzer; Betty McWilliams, Executive Director, Foothill Unity Center; Mary Ann Lutz, Foothill Unity Center Board of Directors President &…

Langham Huntington Joins Back-to-School Drive

The Langham Huntington participated in the annual Foothill Unity Center’s Back-to-School Drive at the Santa Anita Park Race Track on Tuesday, August 5. Employees and staff of the hotel donated new school supplies for students…

2014 Sierra Madre Family Movie Fridays Series: That’s a Wrap

The City of Sierra Madre would like to extends its gratitude to the Sierra Madre Issei Memorial Foundation and Sierra Madre Volunteer Firefighters Association. Through their generous support the Sierra Madre tradition of Family Movie…

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Fritz Coleman Performances to Support Local Non-Profit Organizations

NBC weatherman and stand-up comedian Fritz Coleman will return to the Ice House to perform his show “Fritz Coleman Speaks to a Generation” on Sunday,…

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Hillsides Aims to Collect 170 Backpacks for New School Year

Hillsides teacher Debi Szilagi-Johnson works with children in the classroom. Photo courtesy Hillsides.Org The Pasadena-headquartered charity Hillsides has begun its annual school supply donation drive to help children and youth in need prepare for the upcoming 2014-2015 school year. Hillsides’ goal is to put together 170 backpacks filled with school supplies for 90 elementary school students, 30 middle schoolers, and 50 high school students. The cost of the backpacks are $40, $50, and $60 respectively. The items packaged inside vary by grade level, and range from binders and pencils to calculators and dictionaries. The backpacks collected will be distributed among…

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