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Striding Towards A Healthy Lifestyle

Providence Holy Cross Medical Center will be sponsoring the Westfield Walkers exercise program beginning Feb. 19.  The program, designed to help members take strides towards a healthy lifestyle, will take place at the Westfield Valencia Town Center in Valencia.   Membership is free for all Westfield Valencia Town Center customers.

City Puts Spotlight On Volunteers

It was cheers all around last night, as members of the City Council including the Mayor, and City Manager Ken Pulskamp got together at Margarita’s Grill to honor the people that have made the Newhall Community Center highly successful in its first year of operation.

The Newhall Community Center is barely a year old, and serves a community that is mostly underserved in the area of parks and activities.

 

Twenty five people were given awards for their work in programs like Homework Help, Boxing, Ballet Folklorico, Violin and more.

 

Lockheed Player Of The Week - Ryan Kuhn

Congratulations Ryan Kuhn for being “Player of the Week” – February 13, 2007.

 

Canyon’s senior guard, Kuhn, had 16 points in the Cowboys loss to Valencia High last Tuesday and another 16 in their big win over Hart High on Thursday.  But, perhaps more importantly, his defense shut down Valencia’s and Hart’s scoring threats. 

 

Congratulations, Ryan, from Lockheed Federal Credit Union, The Signal, and KHTS AM-1220!

 

Ken Pulskamp Wins Diversity Award

City Manager Ken Pulskamp was awarded the League of California Cities prestigious Diversity Award last week at the annual City Manager’s Conference in San Francisco.

Runner Wants Better Use Of Tax Money For Safety

Senator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley) introduced legislation that will result in an annual savings of over $118,000 for the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department.

“This legislation is about equity.  Currently Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department pays fees that they should not have to pay.  This bill will correct this problem and save taxpayer dollars that could be better used for public safety,” said Runner.

 

New California State Budget Supports Community Colleges

Gov. Schwarzenegger's proposed 2007-08 budget for California contains good news for the state's 109 community colleges, especially College of the Canyons.

The budget contains increases in a number of key areas that will allow the colleges to serve more students, and while community college revenues will increase under the governor's plan, student enrollment fees will remain the same. The current rate is $20 per unit, which is a $6-per-unit decrease that took effect Jan. 1.

Honest Abe's Life A True Tale Of An American

Today we celebrate the life of Abraham Lincoln, our 16th President of the United States. He’s a man whose signature look and steady leadership during one of our nation’s most pivotal times makes him a legend un-paralleled.

He was born on this date in 1809, and came from a living situation that could be described as “meager” at best. He was the son of two farmers, who lost all their property in court cases when Abe was just a boy. 

I-5 Closures Coming This Week

Sylmar/North San Fernando Valley – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will close the following lanes of the Golden State Freeway (I-5), as part of a $41.6-million project to construct High
Occupancy Vehicle, (HOV), or carpool lanes, on northbound and southbound I-5 from State Route 118 to State Route 14:

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12:
·     9 a.m. to 3 p.m.:  The southbound I-5 connector to southbound I-405

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13:
·     9 a.m. to 3 p.m.: The northbound I-5 connector to eastbound State Route 210

Antonovich Says Gangs, Illegal Immigration Go Hand In Hand

Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich said today that  controlling the borders and increasing enforcement of immigration law is paramount in the effort to combat gangs.

“The strategy announced by the City of Los Angeles to combat gangs turns a blind eye to the huge impact of illegal immigration,” said Antonovich.  “Twenty-five percent of inmates in our county jail system are self-declared foreign born inmates – more than half of them are deportable criminal aliens. 

 

Zonta To Honor Nominees For Community Service Awards

Volunteers whose community service has benefited women locally and across the nation will be honored at the annual Status of Women Celebration hosted by Zonta Club of the SCV. This year’s brunch will be held Saturday, March 31, at the Valencia Country Club from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.