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Good Morning SCV Networking Breakfast April 12th

Join more than 125 businesses at the ‘Good Morning SCV Networking Breakfast. This monthly networking meeting features a 30 second elevator speech given by all attendees. The breakfast will be held Wednesday, April 12th from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at ‘Hometown Buffet’ located in the Kmart Shopping Center in Valencia. Don’t forget to bring 150 business cards- they will be passed around.

Kings Lose 5-0

On Thursday night, the Kings were shutout by the Sharks 5-0.  You can catch more Kings Hockey on KHTS, Thursday April 13th at 6:30pm, when they will take on the Phoenix Coyotes.

Lane Closures for I-5 Carpool Lane Construction, Overnight, April 6th.

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:
6 p.m. to 7 a.m. – The southbound I-5 off-ramp to Paxton Street

‘Vine 2 Wine’ Wine Tasting and Art Sale - Sunday, April 9th

You are invited to attend the Betty Ferguson Foundation’s 2006 ‘Vine 2 Wine’ wine tasting and art sale. Sunday, April 9th, from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. The event features wine tasting, hors d’oeuvres, an art sale and raffle.
Tickets are $40 each. All proceeds go to benefit the foundation’s women and youth programs. To train, develop and empower women and youth to be a vital force in society.
‘Vine 2 Wine’ will be held the Bridgeport Lake Club. 27002 Edgewater Lane. Valencia. Call (661) 702-8712 for reservations.

Runner's Bill To Close Loopholes That Reward Drug- Offending Teachers Is Passes

(SACRAMENTO) --- Senator George Runner’s (R-Antelope Valley) legislation to protect schools and taxpayers from drug offenders who are taking advantage of loopholes in California law passed the Senate Education Committee yesterday over the objections of two teachers’ unions.

Student-Written and -Performed New Works , April 6th through 9th

A combined student effort involving writing, acting and set design culminates once again in the critically-acclaimed New Works Festival kicking off Friday, April 7 at 8 pm in the Black Box Theater at the College of the Canyons Performing Arts Center. A joint effort between the College of the Canyons Theater and English Departments, this season will also feature set and lighting designs arranged by students. The series of plays continues to feature student-written works and wholly student casts.

News Anchor Marta Waller To Speak At Leadership Conference

The Women's Leadership Conference on April 11 at College of the Canyons will be a day filled with professional enlightenment. With keynote speakers, including the newly added Marta Waller, breakout sessions and exhibitors, attendees will be challenged to broaden their perspectives and encouraged to pursue new ways of thinking about professional development, entrepreneurship skills, personal growth and enrichment.

City Celebrates Arbor Day 2006

Neighborhood Leaf-Out Program Shows Residents Importance of Trees The City of Santa Clarita is proud to present its annual Arbor Day Celebration, on Saturday, May 6, 2006 at Central Park. The event, which will run from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, is held each year to educate residents about the benefits of trees as part of the world-recognized Arbor Day holiday. Central Park is located at 27150 Bouquet Canyon Road.

Homeless Plan Shortchanges Public Safety and Rewards Illegal Aliens with Housing

Los Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich cast the lone vote opposing the County’s $100 million dollar homeless spending initiative.

Sharon Runner's Child Pornography Legislation Passes First Committee

Sacramento – Assemblywoman Sharon Runner’s (R-Lancaster) legislation to include commercial computer technicians as mandatory reporters of child pornography passed through the Assembly Public Safety Committee today.
“This is a big victory,” Runner said.  “Our legislators are becoming more aware of the issues relating to sex offenders and they are finally doing something about it.”