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  • 2012 Community and Clubs Hall of Fame

    Editor's note: The following is part of Daily Pilot columnist Jim de Boom's introductions for the Community and Clubs Hall of Fame Class of 2012 inductees. * Irvina Kanarek Nominated by: Costa Mesa resident Charlene Ashendorf. Irvina, who grew up in...
  • Fallston boys 'Cash for Stats' helps Ronald McDonald House

    The 2012 Fallston Lacrosse Lightning B-Team played the season for more than wins, championships or personal achievement. The team's coaches, Jeff Blum, Bob Deim and Hank Keeney, implemented "Cash for Stats," and with support from the parents, a small...
  • On the Town: Elks Lodge dresses up for summer show

    On the Town: Elks Lodge dresses up for summer show
    While summer officially arrived on June 20, most folks don't really get into the swing of the season until today. There's just something about the Fourth of July, with its celebrations, family get-togethers and barbecues that says summer is here! The...
  • Students build Pasadena playhouse for families

    Students build Pasadena playhouse for families
    More than 50 Pasadena children are building a dream on Colorado Boulevard this week. Students are building a playhouse for Pasadena’s Ronald McDonald House, a shelter for families of children undergoing treatment for life-threatening diseases. The...
  • New Ronald McDonald House serves families, not skyline

    New Ronald McDonald House serves families, not skyline
    Does a good cause inevitably lead to good architecture? It's a touchy subject, especially when you're taking the measure of a building, like the new Ronald McDonald House in Chicago, which provides convenient, caring lodging for families that have a...
  • The Crowd: SOS nets $187,000 after Chef Dinner

     The Crowd: SOS nets $187,000 after Chef Dinner
    The Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa welcomed an overflow crowd Nov. 9 for the 22nd annual Celebrity Chef Dinner benefiting Share Our Selves. Nearly 300 guests helped raise $187,000 in support of SOS Orange Aid Project, which collects food from...
  • Osborne A. Payne

    Osborne A. Payne
    Osborne A. Payne, a former educator who became a trailblazing Baltimore businessman, entrepreneur and philanthropist, died Tuesday of Alzheimer's disease at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Columbia. He was 87. "He was one of Baltimore's great unsung heroes,...
  • Q & A with Scott Niedermayer

    Q & A with Scott Niedermayer
    Before a photographer snapped a picture of Scott Niedermayer's family, the former star Ducks defenseman directed a stern, yet calm order to one of his four sons. "Sit up straight," Niedermayer said. For 18 years, Niedermayer was looked to as a leader on...
  • Area Tri Delta alumnae celebrate the season

    Area Tri Delta alumnae celebrate the season
    Local residents Nancy and Bob Wagner in December hosted members of the San Gabriel-Crescenta Valley Alumnae Chapter of Delta Delta Delta and their guests at the group's annual Christmas party. Attendees always enjoy seeing the extensive holiday scenes...
  • Community news: Las Candelas lights up its holiday gala, Crescenta Valley High School graduating class has 50th reunion

    Community news: Las Candelas lights up its holiday gala, Crescenta Valley High School graduating class has 50th reunion
    Members and husbands gathered for the Las Candelas annual Holiday Party on Dec. 16 at the Valley Hunt Club. The theme of the gala event was “It's the Hap-Happiest Time of the Year!” The festive evening included caroling by the Towne Singers...
  • Families give back to children in need

    Families give back to children in need
    Charity may not be the first thing that children understand in life, but it is never too early to get them thinking about it. In an age where many parents can afford to give their children bigger and more beautiful homes and toys than their parents before...