On Saturday, Feb. 25th, 2012, the SCV Chamber of Commerce held its 5th annual Health and Wellness Fair at College of the Canyon, Valencia, Calif.
Numerous vendors gathered for this event offering free health screenings, activities and a wealth of information on every aspect of our wellness, from weight loss programs, medical facilities, to spiritual health.
All American Bail Bonds has now opened in the Santa Clarita Valley on Valencia Blvd. The Chamber of Commerce was present at the ribbon cutting as well as KHTS with an on-site broadcast. A Bail Bonds agent can get you out of jail for a fraction of what the particular bail is worth and get you back to your life. All American Bail Bonds' ribbon cutting officially marked their opening here in Santa Clarita.
More than 70 business leaders and community members spent Friday morning on school campuses throughout the valley job shadowing principals, assistant principals and superintendents of five local school districts. Here are some pictures from Bowman High School.
On Friday, January 13th the legendary Dionne Warwick performed her greatest hits as well as songs from her new CD "Only Trust Your Heart" to a sold out audience at the College of the Canyons Performing Arts Center.
Warwick, known for such songs as "Do You Know the Way to San Jose," "Walk On By," and "I'll Never Fall In Love Again" has enjoyed a career with hits spanning 50 years. Her son, David Elliot, joined Ms. Warwick for riveting duet performances of "Say a Little Prayer" and closed the show with "That's What Friends Are For."
Nickels for Nails is the youth-led fundraising component of Youth United, our initiative that mobilizes youth ages 5-25 to fund raise for the SCV Homes for Heroes program. It’s easy to help, and even the youngest child can understand the purpose, as the jar fills up and the kids receive updates on the veterans we have been able to help and home modifications that change their lives.
Pico Canyon Elementary had a "Nickels for Nails" assembly kick-off!
More than 350 people attended the annual SCV Boys and Girl’s Club Thanksgiving dinner on Tuesday evening November 22 at the Canyon Country/Sierra Vista facility, benefiting Club families and families from Single Mother’s Outreach.
Boys and Girls Club Senior Professional Officer Jim Ventress said everyone involved was overwhelmed by the generosity of their community.