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July 1982.

Picnics, Parades and Patriotism

Every year residents and friends of San Marino gather to celebrate America’s birthday with a parade, fireworks, picnics and plenty of red, white and blue.

San Marino Community Church Pastor Jeff O’Grady, back row, center, pictured with his colleagues, front row, from left, Dr. Marilyn Manning; Rev. Jan Cook; second row, Rev. Becca Bateman, Rev. James Baird, Rev. Dr. Don Maddox & Bong Bringas

O’Grady Marks Decade With SMCC

There is much to celebrate at San Marino Community Church this year. Not only is the church itself commemorating its 75th anniversary, but its pastor, Rev. Jeff O’Grady is marking his 10th anniversary there.

John Schaefer

City Manager Resigns

City Manager John Schaefer announced last Friday that he will be leaving his post at the end of July.

Matthew Chen, skater number 176 - US Speedskating Short Track Age Group Nationals - AmCup Final

Speed Skating

Matthew Chen, a rising senior at San Marino High School, has continued his sensational climb in the world of competitive speed skating – a pursuit he shares with older sisters Sarah and Jacqueline.

J.P. Blecksmith

12th Annual Blecksmith Run

The San Marino Tribune will proudly co-sponsor the 12th annual J.P. Blecksmith Memorial 5K Walk & Run on Monday, July 4, which will begin at 8 a.m. in the northwest corner of San Marino Avenue and Huntington Drive

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City Hires First Public Works Director in Over 10 Years

The City of San Marino has hired Dan Wall to fill the position of Public Works Director and City Engineer. Wall will be the first person in about 10 years who will oversee the Public Works Department as his primary duty

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July 1982.
July 1982.
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Picnics, Parades and Patriotism: Fireworks on July 4th

By Linda Mollno, Ph.D.
CONTRIBUTOR

Every year residents and friends of San Marino gather to celebrate America’s birthday with a parade, fireworks, picnics and plenty of red, white and blue...

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San Marino Community Church Pastor Jeff O’Grady, back row, center, pictured with his colleagues, front row, from left, Dr. Marilyn Manning; Rev. Jan Cook; second row, Rev. Becca Bateman, Rev. James Baird, Rev. Dr. Don Maddox & Bong Bringas
San Marino Community Church Pastor Jeff O’Grady, back row, center, pictured with his colleagues, front row, from left, Dr. Marilyn Manning; Rev. Jan Cook; second row, Rev. Becca Bateman, Rev. James Baird, Rev. Dr. Don Maddox & Bong Bringas
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O’Grady Marks Decade With SMCC

There is much to celebrate at San Marino Community Church this year. Not only is the church itself commemorating its 75th anniversary, but its pastor, Rev...

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Matthew Chen, skater number 176 - US Speedskating Short Track Age Group Nationals - AmCup Final
San Marino’s Matthew Chen recently finished another successful short and long track speed skating season, during which he won his 3rd consecutive California State championship. Bella Faccie Sports Media
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Chen Has His Skates Set on 2018 Winter Olympics

Matthew Chen, a rising senior at San Marino High School, has continued his sensational climb in the world of competitive speed skating – a pursuit he shares with older sisters Sarah and Jacqueline

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J.P. FISHER
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City Selects J.P. Fisher as New Recreation Department Intern

The City of San Marino’s Recreation Department has a new summer intern. J.P. Fisher is a rising senior at Bard College in New York, where he studies political science and economics while playing for the Raptors’ baseball team

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Lily Asghari, right, who was recently promoted from Carver Elementary School, served as ‘Superintendent for a Day’ with Dr. Alex Cherniss, who handed over the reins on Wednesday, June 2.  Terry Fouché Photo
Lily Asghari, right, who was recently promoted from Carver Elementary School, served as ‘Superintendent for a Day’ with Dr. Alex Cherniss, who handed over the reins on Wednesday, June 2. Terry Fouché Photo
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A Whirlwind Day for Superintendent Lily

It turns out that Lily Asghari’s 5th grade promotion ceremony at Carver wasn’t the end of her 2015-16 school year. Not by a long shot.

On Thursday, June 2, Lily met up with Dr

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PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, is the staff of the Titan Shield, including TOP ROW: Trevor Davis, Sydney Anderson, Tom Hindle, Maya Al-Soufi, Debbie Hwang and Rafe Stenwall. FRONT ROW: Gary Schwarz, Ashlynn Lee, Valerie Wang, Zoe Chang, Chiara Cardamone, Rebekah Cohen, Federica Cardamone and Advisor Jose Cairé.  Mitch Lehman Photo
PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, is the staff of the Titan Shield, including TOP ROW: Trevor Davis, Sydney Anderson, Tom Hindle, Maya Al-Soufi, Debbie Hwang and Rafe Stenwall. FRONT ROW: Gary Schwarz, Ashlynn Lee, Valerie Wang, Zoe Chang, Chiara Cardamone, Rebekah Cohen, Federica Cardamone and Advisor Jose Cairé. Mitch Lehman Photo
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Student Journalism Initiative A Big Winner for All Parties

Titan Shield, Cathay Bank, Tribune Join Forces to Increase Awareness of School Newspaper

What 14 months ago was just a vague vision eventually transformed into a program that, while far from transforming the concept of community journalism, certainly provided a new perspective...

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