As a second generation Italian-American, whose parents stressed the value of a good education and the importance of giving back to others, Diana Cusumano has done much to make her family, and community, proud.
Dedicating the early part of her career to education and volunteering much of her time later on to organizations that work to advocate for it, Cusumano has shown time and again that education and volunteerism are the cornerstones of her life philosophy.
On Wednesday, the Santa Clarita Valley Rotary Club will be holding a dedication service in memory of local heroes who have died overseas since September 11, 2001. The service will be at 11:00 a.m. at the Rotary Club’s garden located near the George Caravalho Sports Complex. A lunch will follow in the Community Room.
The following is an editorial written by Carl Goldman, Co-owner of KHTS Radio
She is one of our Santa Clarita Valley silent heroes, the one who is always there when we need her, the one who pulls up her sleeves and does the hard work. I’ve known Stephanie Weiss since my wife Jeri and I moved to Santa Clarita in 1990 to purchase the local radio station.
An extended period of hot weather is expected across much of Southwestern California this week, due to a strong upper level high pressure system strengthening over the area from Monday through Thursday.
The system is expected to bring a prolonged period of hot weather, with temperatures in the valleys in the triple digits, ranging from 98 to 108 degrees for the next several days.