“Bella Via” is a school wide program which creates large street artwork on the playground through the use of pastel chalk. Students and community members bring to life masterpiece artwork through the use of Mathematics.
The upcoming October 31st Entrepreneurs Conference at College of the Canyons has added an innovative electronic link between the participants and the Sloan Brothers, founders of StartupNation and the keynote speakers for the event.
Blood can be the most gracious gift you ever give. By contributing this vital resource now, you can save lives in the future.
Blood can be the most gracious gift you ever give. By contributing this vital resource now, you can save lives in the future. We need everyone’s help to ensure a safe and adequate blood supply! Providence Holy Cross has scheduled a number of blood drive events in and around the Santa Clarita Valley:
Santa Clarita – Wednesday, October 25, 2006, The City of Santa Clarita Human Relations Forum will continue its Season of Diversity month long program with a historical lecture about the Negro Baseball League presented by “Sweet Lou” Lou Johnson, outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Prior to the 1950’s, African Americans were barred from playing in the Major League. “The Negro Leagues” were formed during the time organized baseball was segregated and became the training ground for Hall of Famers like Jackie Robinson, Hank Aaron and many other baseball greats.
It is not easy to raise a family today’s society -- especially with blended or step families. Each family encompasses different dynamics and requires different needs. The City of Santa Clarita believes that every family is unique and deserves to be celebrated -- no matter what the situation is. On Thursday, October 19, 2006, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., the City will host Strategies for Success: Building a Successful Blended Family at the City Hall Council Chambers.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger plans to visit Mexico on a trade mission immediately following the November 7th election, and it has come to our attention that his office was approached by CEMEX to visit its corporate offices during this trip.
It’s a Tuesday in Santa Clarita and to most of us that means it’s the relatively mundane lull between Monday’s catch up frenzy and Wednesday’s deadlines. But to Deputy Gerri McCorkle of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department it’s the same as every other day: anything can happen.
Leonard Nimoy, renowned photographer, actor, director and visionary, will make his first appearance in the Santa Clarita Valley on Saturday, October 21, 2006, in a presentation of his one-man, multi-media show, See What I See: Shekhina.
Mr. Nimoy’s presentation kicks off the Congregation Beth Shalom Distinguished Speaker Lecture Series.