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Countdown to Carousel Ranch Heart of the West

Posted: August 21, 2011 12:23 p.m.
Updated: August 21, 2011 12:23 p.m.
 

The 15th annual Heart of the West presented by Princess Cruises Community Foundation will be held 6 p.m. Saturday. Mosey over to the Agua Dulce Airport to support the children of Carousel Ranch. Dinner by Salt Creek Grille, live and silent auctions, dancing under the stars by SOS Entertainment, spirits from Vincent Hill Station and a demonstration by the kids of Carousel Ranch. Tickets: $85 each. VIP tickets $175. For information and reservations contact Heather Edwards, (661) 268-8010 or email info@carouselranch.org or visit www.carouselranch.org.

 

Silents Under the Stars

I’d never seen a Tom Mix movie before last weekend. I was thrilled to see "The Great K&A Train Robbery" starring Tom Mix and his very smart horse, Tony. Silents Under the Stars has the usual fantastic food (from Rattlers) as well as the amazing musical work of Ray Lowe. It was a great evening, with perfect weather and a wonderful tour of the William S. Hart mansion by the new administrator, Margi Bertram. Kudos to Jonnie Claitman and Sharon Blowers for a job well done!

 

Seen at Silents Under the Stars

Richard Green

 

Kudos to Merry Graham

The Signal’s own recipe queen, Merry Graham of Newhall, will compete Friday in Portland, Ore. at the Bob’s Red Mill Spar for the Spurtle Ultimate Oatmeal Throwdown. Merry’s creative recipe for Black Bean Porridge Patties will be put to the test in a live cook-off for the grand prize of an all-expenses paid trip for two to Carrbridge, Scotland to help represent Bob’s Red Mill at the 18th annual Golden Spurtle World Porridge Making Championship. Merry provides her recipe expertise to The Signal’s Food Section on a regular basis. We’re rooting for you Merry!

 

Castaic Education Foundation partners with Macy’s

Macy’s will partner with the Castaic Education Foundation to invite customers to participate in Macy’s sixth annual "Shop for a Cause" charity shopping event on Saturday. Customers can purchase tickets now from the Castaic Education Foundation. Macy’s has provided the Castaic Education Foundation with shopping passes to sell for $5 each. The Foundation will keep 100 percent of every ticket it sells. "Our purpose is to raise money to supplement our Teacher Grant Fund which provides Castaic Union School District teachers with grant money to purchase equipment and supplemental teaching tools to enhance the learning of their students," said Sabrina MacDougall, Castaic Education Foundation chairwoman. By purchasing a shopping pass from the Castaic Education Foundation customers support the students and teachers of the Castaic Union School District while enjoying a day of discounts, entertainment, special events. Pass holders will enjoy discounts on most regular, sale and clearance purchases. Some exclusions apply. To purchase a Shop for a Cause pass, contact Sabrina MacDougall at (661) 644-7326 or sabrinamacdougall@att.net.

 

Wishes for a speedy recovery to Mike D

Mike Delorenzo

 

Michele E. Buttelman is the features and entertainment editor of The Signal. She can be reached by email at mbuttelman@the-signal.com. Follow SCV Scene on Facebook and on Twitter @scvscene.

, president of Santa Clarita Studios, suffered a heart attack earlier this week. I understand he is now home recovering. Mike is among the mainstays of community and nonprofit supporters in the SCV. We hope and pray for a speedy recovery, Mike!
of Green Landscape Nursery, Evie Leslie, Sally Coss, Vanessa and Scott Wilk, Laurene Weste and Jim McCarthy, Marsha and Dale McLean, Diane Stewart, Bobbi Jean Bell of OutWest and Jason Schaff, executive editor of The Signal. Also seen at the event were Janis Ashley and Ayesha Saletore, former Hart Museum administrators.

 

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