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Relay for Life

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  • Stanford doctors' office shows off underwear, raises money to fight breast cancer

    Stanford doctors' office shows off underwear, raises money to fight breast cancer
    The fence outside the doctors’ offices of Bates, Miller and Sims at Fort Logan Hospital is looking a little sexier during October, with hundreds of bras on display for the passing traffic to see. This is the second year the doctors’ office...
  • Photo contest winners

    Hancock Mayor Dan Murphy announced the winners of the seventh annual Hancock Area Photo Contest at a reception at Hancock’s War Memorial Library Saturday.  David Perry, of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., won the best in show award and the $100 grand prize...
  • Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce to honor local leaders

    Aldo Mascheroni and Mercy Velazquez will be named Man and Woman of the Year at the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce's annual recognition banquet on Oct. 25. A host of others will also be honored at the event, which starts at 6 p.m. at the La Cañada...
  • Relay for Life in Glendale raises $85,000 for cancer research

    Relay for Life in Glendale raises $85,000 for cancer research
    More than 900 people took part in the American Cancer Society’s 9th annual Relay for Life at the Scholl Canyon baseball fields in Glendale this weekend, helping to raise $85,000 for cancer research. At least one member of each team remained in...
  • 17,000 rubber ducks, water and a roughly $85K haul in Glendale

    17,000 rubber ducks, water and a roughly $85K haul in Glendale
    Glendale Kiwanis hosted their eighth annual Duck Splash on Saturday, an event in which participants “adopt” thousands of rubber ducks to raise money for dozens of local organizations. For $5 each, locals adopted about 17,000 rubber ducks to...
  • Gayle on the Go for Sunday, April 29

    This Weekend @ 9am American Cancer Society Relay for Life Los Angeles / Larchmont Village Pierce College / Woodland Hills Horsethief Canyon Park / San Dimas Summit High School / Fontana www.relayforlife.org You can make a difference at this weekend’s...
  • Relay for Life set for Saturday, Sunday

    More than 600 people are expected to gather this weekend at Huntington Central Park for the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life. About 44 teams, made up of cancer survivors, family members and friends from Huntington Beach and throughout the county,...
  • Main St. pops on first Saturdays

    Linda Read was kind enough to send me information about this season's Port Paloozas. The event is a monthly street festival, held on the first Saturday of each month from May through October. Crafters and vendors set up shop in the town square and live...
  • Relay for Life represents hope

    Relay for Life represents hope
    Some came to Huntington Central Park from other parts of Orange County. Some drove for hours from places like Bakersfield. Some even came from out of state. But they all came with a common goal in mind: beating cancer. The American Cancer Society's...
  • First Port Palooza a 'grand' success

    The first Port Palooza of the season was a grand success Saturday. There were lots of folks in town listening to music, browsing the vendors, eating along the river, strolling Main Street and enjoying the beautifully sunny day. The next Palooza on June...
  • Teacher returns from Nicaragua

    Teacher Pat Kurtz recently returned from a five-week visit to Nicaragua and is now sharing her experience with the magnet students at Boonsboro Elementary School. She spent part of her time there teaching in a school.   The students in both...