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Backpack Donation Campaign – Sydney Paige Inc. Teams Up with Flintridge Bookstore

During the month of August, Flintridge Bookstore & Coffeehouse kicks off their Back to School season, carrying a full line of backpacks, lunch bags, and school accessories from Sydney Paige® Inc., a Buy One|Give One company. With each purchase of a Sydney Paige® backpack, the company donates a matching bag to a child in need. All donated backpacks are filled with age–?appropriate school supplies. Flintridge…

Monet Cares Showcases Teen Confidence

With smiles as bright as their pink and red team shirts, fifteen adolescent girls sang and danced in the Paseo Colorado courtyard on Sunday as singer/songwriter/actress Monet Bagneris led a cheering section of family members,…

Caltech Receives $100 Million Gift — Second Largest in Institute’s History

Gordon (PhD ’54) and Betty Moore. Credit: Courtesy of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation [Editor's Note: This article originally misspelled the name of one of its authors, Wayne Lewis. That error has been corrected…

Carol Scott of the Junior League of Pasadena Is Named President-Elect of The Association of Junior Leagues International

The Association of Junior Leagues International today announced that Carol Scott has been named President-Elect of the 114-year-old women’s volunteer organization, which has more than 150,000 members in 292 independent Junior Leagues in the US,…

Villa Esperanza Services Congratulates 7 Special Graduates

Villa Esperanza Services School celebrates the graduation of 7 students this past June. “We congratulate all of our students completing high school and preparing to move on to the next chapter of their lives,” shares…

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The Junior League’s First Recruitment Open House of the Summer Called “Huge Success”

The Junior League of Pasadena, Inc. (JLP)’s first recruitment open house event of the summer was a complete success, organizers said. “We had a wonderful…

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Pasadena Arts Organizations Among the Recipients of $4.5 Million in Los Angeles County Grants

Thirteen arts organizations based in Pasadena are getting a total of $456,000 in funding from the Los Angeles County Arts Commission within the next two years in support of programs and activities that promote arts awareness and provide cultural services to the diverse population of the county. The funding support is part of the commission’s Organizational Grant Program (OGP) awarding a total of $4,518,000 to 184 non-profit arts organizations in the county from this year up to 2016. The amount represents a $200,000 increase in funding from the previous grant cycle where most of these art organizations also benefited from.…

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