The Community Gardens of Santa Clarita will hold a fundraising donation drive to raise money for its Charity Expansion Project. The Community Gardens is partnering with Goodwill Southern California on the project, with a goal to build 25 new garden plots.
The Community Gardens consists of 80 garden sites that are tended by individual gardeners, who enjoy planting flowers, herbs and organic vegetables.
To raise money for the new plots, the drive is asking for donations of:
Canyon High School is hosting a Walk-A-Thon fundraiser to benefit Autism Awareness. The Walk-A-Thon is Saturday, April 13, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Canyon High School. The Yes I Can kids event raises funds for the Tenth Annual Summer Meltdown Autism Awareness Arts & Music Festival that will be held in Santa Clarita in May.
Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-SantaClarita, has selected Newhall resident Erika Schwartz to represent the 38th Assembly District during the 9th annual Holocaust Remembrance Day Ceremony in Sacramento. On April 8th the California Assembly and the Holocaust Memorial Project will honor Holocaust survivors, the second generation, and liberators during Holocaust Memorial Week.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich and the Office of Small Business, in connection with the California Small Business Development Center, are hosting a business connections workshop on Monday, April 1, at the College of the Canyons University Center in Santa Clarita.
As the opening of the 2013 Los Angeles Dodgers baseball season approaches, fans will have more ways to get to the game.
County Supervisor Michael Antonovich joined Dodger and Metrolink officials in a news conference this morning to announce the start of the Dodger Stadium Express bus service on Friday for the Dodgers/Angels exhibition game.
Dodger Stadium Express is a complimentary shuttle service from Union Station in downtown Los Angeles to Dodger Stadium that runs on select game days.
Activity is at a fever pitch toward making the promise of a high school in Castaic a reality for families that have waited over a decade for a new secondary school in the area.
The Hart School District has been working on construction plans and other aspects of the development following the approval of the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) by the school board in October 2012. Progress is being made on many aspects of the project, including plans to name the school and retaining a company to oversee the Mitigation Monitoring Program.