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Hillsides to Break Ground on $12 Million Capital Campaign Project

Here is a rendering of what the athletic fields and new building will look like after Hillsides capital campaign project is complete. Hillsides, a premier provider of child welfare services in Los Angeles County, will break ground on the first stage of its $12 million capital campaign, Creating Lasting Change, to improve the agency’s Pasadena campus on June 9, 2016. The first stage of the…

Pasadena Rotary Club Awards $38,500 in Grants to Non-Profits City-Wide

The Pasadena Rotary Club will be hosting the 2016 Community Grants Award Luncheon on April 27 to award 21 Pasadena non-profit organizations with $38,500 in grants. According to the Pasadena Rotary Club, 28 organizations applied…

Cancer Support Community Pasadena Gathers for A Night in Casablanca

In the 1940s splendor of Union Station in Downtown LA, supports for the Cancer Support Community Pasadena (CSCP) gathered for the 24th Angel Gala: A Night in Casablanca. Guests dressed in their finest Bogie and…

Habitat for Humanity Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Desiderio Community

San Gabriel Valley Habitat for Humanity and the City of Pasadena Collaborate on Affordable Housing Development. Groundbreaking Event to Take Place on Saturday, April 9, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. San Gabriel Valley Habitat for Humanity…

180 Years of Love and Caring at Hillsides

These six Hillsides employees represent 180 years of service to the children and families of Hillsides. Left to right: Melvyn Washington, Rob Wherley, Lucy Garabedian, Carolyn Clegg, Joseph White, and Rob DaSilva. Stephanie Castillo hasn’t…

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$50,000 Dr. Robert Fefferman Awards for Excellence in Math and Science Education to be Revealed at May 4th Dinner

On Wednesday, May 4th, 6:00 p.m., a math or science teacher within PUSD will receive a $25,000 check to recognize his or her inspirational teaching.…

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The San Marino Guild of the Huntington Hospital Presents $27,000 Check to the Huntington Hospital for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

L to R: Alicia Clark of Pasadena, Jamie Powers, MD, of the Huntington Hospital, Peggy Yingling of San Marino, and Sharon Pippen of San Gabriel. The San Marino Guild of the Huntington Hospital presented $27,000 to the Huntington Hospital for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for the purchase of three Bilichek Bilirubin Measurement Devices. This specialized equipment provides a non-invasive system to diagnose in a short time a newborn’s risk of jaundice. Measurement can be taken through the skin on the forehead, rather than by repeated needle pricks on the baby’s heal to get blood samples. San Marino Celebrity Series…

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