Capt. Bill Song soon will be Cmdr. Song.
On Sunday, April 2, the current captain at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station is set to depart the post he’s held since May 2013. Song learned recently that he has been tabbed for a promotion, which the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department announced Tuesday will be in its Technology and Support Division. Continue reading “CV Sheriff’s Department to Change Captains”
The La Cañada High School varsity baseball team edged visiting Glendale, 4-3, in a nonleague game last Friday.
The Nitros jumped out to a three-run lead in the top of the first, but it was short-lived as the Spartans countered with three runs of their own to tie the game. Continue reading “Spartans Rally to Edge Glendale, 4-3”
Carmita Louise Frost, 81, passed away peacefully in her home on March 20. Carmita, a longtime resident of La Cañada Flintridge and Hollywood Beach, was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She is survived by her children Terry L. Pizzo (Rand Ketchpaw), Michael E. (Anita) Frost and Denise L. (Tim) Fejtek, seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Carmita was an avid equestrian and a founding member of the La Cañada Flintridge Trails Council, established in 1974. She also enjoyed her time as a volunteer at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital.
After relocating to Hollywood Beach in 1985, she became an active member of the Channel Islands Republican Women Federated, where she held many positions on the board.
Carmita loved her home at the beach and the sand on her feet. One of her greatest pastimes was riding her horse, Zoe, through the trails of Ojai. She was also a dedicated yogini, and practiced for more than 25 years. Additionally, Carmita had an appreciation for music and enjoyed attending civic events. She loved her family, friends and animals dearly. Carmita will be greatly missed by all.
Her memorial service will be held at Ivy Lawn Memorial Park, Ventura, on March 26 at 1 p.m.
Claire Davis of Rosemont Middle School (second from right) was recently honored with the Great Kindness Challenge Video Competition award. The competition is sponsored by Dignity Health — Glendale Memorial Hospital. From left are Tri Fritz, philanthropy manager, Glendale Memorial Hospital; Cynthia Livingston, principal, Rosemont Middle School; Jack Ivie, president, Glendale Memorial Hospital; Davis; and Marie Filipian, community relations manager, Glendale Memorial Hospital. Officials from Glendale Memorial presented Rosemont Middle School with a $500 award. Additionally, Davis received a commendation from Glendale City Mayor Paula Devine and an award certificate from the hospital.
The custodians claimed it wasn’t a big deal, but school officials and community members at Tuesday’s La Cañada Unified School District Governing Board meeting disagreed, lauding four men for thwarting a carjacking attempt on Feb. 15 in the La Cañada High School parking lot.