Family is a consistent theme at all Rotary events, never more so than the San Marino club’s recent Paul Harris Luncheon at San Gabriel Country Club, where Marilyn Peck and Ivy Sun became the 63rd and 64th community members acknowledged for ‘Service Above Self.’
Are you looking for a fun way to get involved more with the San Marino Community, hang out with your buddies and make new friends playing a game you enjoy? Or maybe just blowing off some steam with families cheering on the sideline? Look no more!
The Pasadena Guild of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has pledged a $3 million endowment to fund the Pasadena Guild Chair in Developmental Biology and Regenerative Medicine at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles....Read More
Now that the Olympics are over, how will we fill our evenings? Well, several hundred locals plan to avoid “Olympic withdrawal” by attending Methodist Hospital’s 19th annual Mardi Gras next Tuesday, March 4, at Sirona’s in the beautiful Santa Anita Park....Read More
Two Hillsides employees are celebrating a momentous milestone this February – a combined 64 years working at the Los Angeles charity. Resource assistant Carolyn Clegg is marking 34 years at Hillsides and school liaison Melvyn Washington is observing his 30th anniversary....Read More
The Arcadia Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Bob and Patsy Harbicht have been named Citizens of the Year for 2014-15....Read More
San Marino’s own Gail Katz and her dog Benson will be competing at the 138th Annual Westminster Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show in New York City February 10th and 11th.
Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services, one of the largest private providers of children’s mental-health services in Los Angeles County, recently appointed several highly skilled and deeply compassionate community members to serve on its Governing and Advisory Boards.
Hing Wa Lee Jewelers celebrated the Grand Opening of their flagship store this past Friday afternoon in San Gabriel in spectacular fashion, with an inspiring musical performance by world-renown pianist Lang Lang, a traditional lion dance and the attendance of dignitaries. But perhaps more important was the opening’s meaning to chairman and CEO David Lee.
William Burge, a resident of San Marino for more than sixty years and patriarch of an ever-expanding family that has blessed the community for decades, passed away on Friday.