High school seniors are invited to apply for 2008-2009 Henry Mayo Guild Silver Rose Debutante Program. Open to students with a 2.5 GPA or higher, the debutante season offers young ladies the opportunity to acquire vital social, civic, and professional skills, said Guild president Catherine Montoya.
If you were anywhere in Santa Clarita on Friday morning, odds are you were in Newhall for the annual Fourth of July parade. An estimated 25,000 people attended the parade.Dan Baron, of Newhall, blows a stadium horn during the parade.
'What needs to change is not what is out there…but how we look at things," said Judith Harris.
Once your eyes adjusted, the wall of darkness defined itself into massive black oak trees supporting an off-black Saturday night sky. Viewed from a distance, the bright and colorful glow beneath and between those oaks seemed magical - as if you'd stumbled onto the forest elves partying in "The Hobbit."
Except that these elves were rockin' to the sounds of the McGrath Project band and "Sweet home Santa Clarita" echoed through the canyon as the party wound down to its finish. The host, the SCV's head "elf," Mayor Bob Kellar-in-a-cowboy-hat, surely must have invited his neighbors because, attending or ...
More than 1,000 hopefuls stepped up to the plate last Saturday night at the Mann Biomedical Park as the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Foundation hosted its 37th annual Benefit Auction.
While local realtors played a round of golf to benefit the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center, the Michael Hoefflin Foundation hosted its own charity golf tournament Monday at The Players Club in Valencia to benefit pediatric cancer.
The 9th Annual Golf Classic and Auction, a favorite among local golfers, included several competitions, including the longest drive, closest to the pin and a putting contest.
The Southland Regional Association of Realtors, Santa Clarita Valley Division and the American Golf Association hosted a golf tournament earlier this week to prevent a local senior citizen foundation from retiring its meal delivery program.
The Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center, located in Newhall, prides itself on delivering meals to homebound seniors who rely upon the center's Home-Delivered Meals program to receive possibly the only hot meal they will eat all day.
The 20th annual SCV Wine Classic will get under way tonight from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. in the Main Gallery at California Institute of the Arts, 24700 McBean Parkway in Valencia.
The local Select Cities Soccer Club recently donated ponytails to Pantene Beautiful Lengths, which was created to bring people together to donate their beautiful, healthy hair to create free wigs for women and girls who have lost their hair due to cancer treatments. Each wig requires six ponytails.
One in three women will be diagnosed with cancer in her lifetime, and nearly 60 percent of women regard hair loss as the single worst side effect of cancer treatment according to Cancer Facts and Figures from the American Cancer Society. A real hair wig allows a woman or girl to look ...
The SCV Blue Star Mothers Chapter 91 hosted their annual Memorial Day Ceremony Sunday morning in front of Santa Clarita City Hall, with California Assemblyman Cameron Smyth (R-Santa Clarita) and Santa Clarita City Councilwoman Marsha McLean the main speakers.
Classic cars, fine cigars, good food, drink and entertainment made the third annual "Boys' Night Out" men's barbecue and cigar night a hit last Friday.
One of the best things about the Santa Clarita Valley is the way we experience "class." We can present it when the need arises, certainly recognize it and appreciate it when we see it, and definitely enjoy it. After that we fall back on the sofa and plunk our boots on the coffee table. No need for pretensions here.
As the late afternoon sun slowly reeled in its rays, letting a cool spring evening take over at the Paseo Club last Saturday, the sounds of tennis volleys gave way to music and amplified voices coming from two
More than 375 members of the SCV community gathered last Friday night at the Hyatt Valencia to recognize the contributions of 23 of our valley's most dedicated and selfless volunteers - and bestow the prestigious Man of the Year and Woman of the Year awards on two of them.