PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are FRONT ROW: Terry Golden, Evelyn Peterson, President Marilyn Peck, Amanda Abrams and Linda Gutierrez. TOP ROW: Gretchen Shepherd-Romey, Marlene Klusman, Mary Modjeski, Lynette Sohl, Debra Spaulding and Kathleen Bescoby.  Mitch Lehman Photo

San Marino Garden Club Honors J.P. Blecksmith

The San Marino Garden Club paid eternal tribute to the memory of United States Marine Lt. J.P. Blecksmith by sponsoring the planting of 200 trees in the Angeles National Forest through the Penny Pines program, which is operated through National  Garden Clubs, Inc. 4:59 pm Read More
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It Was A Very Good Year for SMHS Class of 2015

Three members of San Marino High School’s graduating class of 2015 are headed to military academies. PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are Chip Crowley, United States Coast Guard Academy; Jason Hao, United States Coast Guard Academy; Arianna French, United States Military Academy, West Point and Mary Johnson, Principal of San Marino Military Academy.  Mitch Lehman Photo San Marino High School’s graduating class of 2015 had a stellar year of college acceptances. The senior class of just 263 students received over 1,030 acceptances from 228 different colleges and universities located throughout the United States, Canada, England, Scotland and Spain. 12:31 pm Read More
PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are FRONT ROW: Terry Golden, Evelyn Peterson, President Marilyn Peck, Amanda Abrams and Linda Gutierrez. TOP ROW: Gretchen Shepherd-Romey, Marlene Klusman, Mary Modjeski, Lynette Sohl, Debra Spaulding and Kathleen Bescoby.  Mitch Lehman Photo

The San Marino Garden Club paid eternal tribute to the memory of United States Marine Lt. J.P. Blecksmith by sponsoring the planting of 200 trees in the Angeles National Forest through the Penny Pines program, which is operated through National  Garden Clubs, Inc.

Doo Wop Happenings

Dick Fox’s Doo Wop Extravaganza ends the 2015 season of the Arcadia Performing Arts Foundation on Sunday, June 6 at 7 p.m.

Former San Marino Mayor Dr. Matthew Lin Provides Aid in Earthquake-Ravaged Tibet

Former San Marino Mayor Dr. Matthew Lin amidst the villagers he helped treat after the earthquake in Nepal and Tibet. Dr. Lin also provided food and tents, foreground, for the many who lost their homes in the 7.8 temblor. Former San Marino Mayor Matthew Lin just returned home from a 10-day visit to earthquake-ravaged Tibet, where he had participated in another round-the-clock disaster relief effort, performing upwards of 50 surgeries on victims of the 7.8 temblor on April 25 that claimed more than 8,000 lives while injuring countless more in the four affected nations. 9:20 am Read More