Monthly Archives: September, 2020

PFAR Giving Mobilizes Realtors for School Meal Distributions

Partnering with the Pasadena Educational Foundation, PFAR Giving recently mobilized local Realtors to assist in the distribution of meals to families at Field Elementary...

PCC Receives $3 Million Federal Grant

The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Pasadena City College a five-year, $3 million grant. PCC’s project, Putting Career First and Expanding the Network of...

Tournament of Roses Releases Community Impact Report

Volunteerism and investing in the community are among the Pasadena Tournament of Roses’ cornerstones. Each year, it provides a Community Impact Report with details...

Senior Center Fall Term to Be Virtual Via Zoom

The fall term of the Masters Series presented by the Pasadena Senior Center will be virtual via Zoom Tuesdays, Sept. 22, to Oct. 13,...

Virtual Cocktail Class, Party Raise Funds for Hathaway-Sycamores

Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services recently hosted the second virtual “Dinners From the Heart” event of the summer. The agency partnered with the Raymond...

Armory Center for the Arts Reaches Out Online to Teach Art

By Jon Lapointe Special to The Outlook Heritage Square Senior Apartments resident Philip Sanchez never took an art class and doesn’t like computers. “I’m technology challenged,”...

Jericho Road Helps Pave Nonprofits’ Route to Success

When Jericho Road Pasadena first opened its doors in 2010, effects of the Great Recession were still being felt and many local nonprofits were...

Holden’s Legislation to Require Diversity Passes Senate

A bill that requires diversity on corporate boards in California recently passed the Senate floor. The legislation, AB 979, is jointly authored by Assembly...

Young & Healthy’s Oktoberfest Gala Is Oct. 2

Young & Healthy, the Pasadena-area nonprofit, is putting a German twist on its gala. The annual fundraiser on Friday evening, Oct. 2, will have...

Edmund Walter Kiessling – Obituary

Ed passed from natural causes at home surrounded by family on Aug. 23, 2020. He was born in Oakland on Aug. 20, 1928, then...
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