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KHTS Around Town

KHTS Around Town Photo gallery

Events around the Santa Clarita Valley are captured here with the KHTS Around Town Photo Gallery!

    Supervisor Antonovich Presents The Castaic Sports Complex Aquatic Center

    Castaic Aquatic Center

    The Castaic Aquatic Center opened for summer fun on Friday, May 31st. Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich partnered with the Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation officials to present the Castaic Sports Complex Aquatic Center Grand Opening and Dedication on Friday. The Center is a place for families to spend time and enjoy while being active and cooling off from the heat. At the opening, families enjoyed the amenities of compettion size pools, recreation pool and splash pad. Parks and Recreation officials were pleased to introduce this local summer getaway to the community so that they can have happier and healthier lives every summer.

    Touch-A-Truck Event Put On By SCV Senior Center Officials

     

    The Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center officials put on their first ever Touch-A-Truck event Saturday in Central Park for families to enjoy. Santa Clarita citizens of all ages came to touch, sit in and honk the horns of dozens of trucks.  Some of the vehicles featured were fire trucks, a hazardous materials truck, an ambulance, police cars, waste management trucks and construction vehicles.  Food trucks, music and other exhibitors entertained guests and a dump truck even dumped beach balls out for all the kids.

    SCV Domestic Violence Center Fairy Berry Breakfast

    Fairy House at the SCV Domestic Violence Center Fairy Berry Breakfast

    On Saturday May 25th, the Santa Clarita Domestic Violence Center put on a "Fairy Berry Breakfast" and "Give A Fairy A Home & Beyond Contest" at The Tea Gardens in Newhall.  Homemade Fairy houses were donated by the Santa Clarita community and put up for silent auction. Several creative fairy houses were displayed and a fairy chose which handmade house won the contest. Guests attended dressed up as fairies and enjoyed facepainting fun and were served a "Fairy Berry Breakfast." All procedes from the event were donated to the Santa Clarita Domestic Violence Center.

    Repertory East Playhouse “To Kill A Mockingbird”

    Repertory East Playhouse "To Kill A Mockingbird"

    The spring production at Repertory East Playhouse is Harper Lee’s American classic “To Kill A Mockingbird”.  “Set in Alabama during the Great Depression, To Kill a Mockingbird follows the journey of Jem and Scout Finch, whose father has been appointed to defend Tom Robinson, a black man framed for a crime he didn’t commit.” The show is going on now through June 15; Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm in Old Town Newhall.

    The American Cancer Society Celebrates Its 100th Birthday In SCV

    Representatives from the Santa Clarita Valley Relay for Life met at the Valencia Marketplace to light candles on cupcakes and sing “Happy Birthday”.  They celebrated American Cancer Sociey's 100th Birthday and all of the discoveries the society has made along the way. American Cancer Society has made amazing progress over the past one hundred years in its fight against cancer and looks forward to making even more progress in the next hundreds of years. Bake You Happy sold special American Cancer Society cupcakes at both of their locations with a portion of the procedes going towards the American Cancer Society. 

    Newhall Savia Church Celebrates Grand Opening

    Savia Church Celebrates Grand Opening

    Savia, a partnership with Real Life Church held its grand opening Saturday, May 4th in Newhall. This 23,600-square-foot community center took about a year to complete and took the place in what was supposed to be a grocery store.  The first service was held May 5, and more than 500 people were in attendance.  The church is making a huge impact on our community and is helping people to make better decisions in their life everyday.  Real Life Church's growth will now be able to change more people's lives in the Santa Clarita Valley. 

    Music Moves Concert At Golden Valley High School

    Golden Valley Band

    On May 31, 2013, Golden Valley High School hosted a Music Moves Concert in order to raise money for the school's music programs. The event is founded by parents of students who are looking to put funding back into high school music programs with the help of local businesses. Unlike any other typical high school fundraiser, Music Moves concerts allow for families, businesses, and friends to enjoy the band's music and dance to it for an overall wonderful night. Band members played all night long not only promoting themselves, but promoting the music program for future talented students. This was another very telling event of how Santa Clarita locals are always looking to invest in the community, specifically in the success of its youngsters.

    15th Annual Santa Clarita Valley Relay For Life Ceremony

    Relay For Life Opening Ceremony

    Santa Clarita Valley’s Relay for Life participants started their walk to beating cancer Saturday morning. So far there are 136 teams with 1,566 participants who have raised $294,378 to help fund cancer research to “put the American Cancer Society out of business.” The walk started at 10:30am with the Survivor’s Walk after the Opening Ceremony.  Throughout the day, hundreds of people have come to walk in support of loved ones or themselves. Locals gathered at this inspiring event to celebrate the lives of survivors, and remember those who were lost. Participants showed great motivation to fight back against this terrible disease whether they knew someone with cancer or not. Saturday's event contributed to the success of this global movement which is raising more than four billion dollars to fight cancer. Central Park, off of Bouquet Canyon Road, provided a great setting for this Relay for Life event with plenty of space for the over 1,000 participants that walked.

    Recovery Workshop Held For Victims Of The Powerhouse Fire


    In response to the impact of the Powerhouse Fire, Fifth District county Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich hosted a recovery workshop for the fire’s victims Tuesday.  “The idea was to set up a one-stop shop to get questions answered,” said Anthony Akins, Los Angeles County Fire Inspector.

    Thunder On The Lot Event Raises Over 3 Million For Kids Charities

    The 19th Annual Thunder on the Lot charity event was held Saturday in Antelope Valley. “Our mission remains firm, to help the kids in our community who truly need it the most,” Ron and Yvette Emard, Thunder on the Lot officials, said.