Monthly Archives: February, 2021

Pasadena’s National Charity League Keeps Busy During Pandemic

The Pasadena chapter of the National Charity League has not idled during the pandemic. The mother-daughter organization has served a wide variety of local communities...

Junior League of Pasadena Celebrates 95 years of Service

This year marks the Junior League of Pasadena’s 95th year serving the San Gabriel Valley community. The JLP is celebrating this momentous accomplishment throughout 2021...

Obituary | Philip Harbison Oehler

Philip Harbison Oehler passed away peacefully in his Grass Valley, CA home on February 4, 2021; he was 81. Born March 23, 1939 in...

FSHA, St. Francis Cross-Country Teams Are Running Again

The Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and St. Francis High School cross-country teams participated in Mission League dual meets last Saturday, marking the official beginning...

Gooden Center Saves Lives, Brings Comfort in Crisis

By now, it’s no secret: Life in the pandemic is stressful. Nearing the beginning of its second year, the devastation of the COVID-19 crisis has...

CEO Discusses COVID-19 Challenges for Huntington Hospital

Normally, the Rotary Club of San Marino earmarks a hard 30-minute time allotment for its guest speakers, but a recent presentation by Huntington Hospital...

Caltech Grad Donates $100 Million to City of Hope’s Research Center

City of Hope announced it has renamed its preeminent diabetes research center the Arthur Riggs Diabetes & Metabolism Research Institute, in honor of its...

Hathaway-Sycamores to Host Spring Gala Fundraiser Virtually

Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services 11th Annual Celebrating Children Spring Gala fundraiser will be held virtually this year. Peter Daut, a television news anchor for...

Give-Mentor-Love Foundation Names New Director

The Give-Mentor-Love Foundation has recently announced the expansion of its operations and created a community service role in the Pasadena Foothills area headed by...
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