First published in the Sept. 30 print issue of the Outlook Valley Sun.
After a months-long delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the La Cañada Flintridge Coordinating Council held its 52nd annual Les Tupper Community Service Awards ceremony to honor individuals and organizations for their volunteer work.
The ceremony was held at Flintridge Preparatory School and the guest speaker for the evening was local resident Chris Erskine, a nationally known humor columnist and author. Continue reading “Les Tupper Awards Honor Volunteers”
The La Cañada Junior Women’s Club is looking for new members who have a passion for fun, philanthropy and fundraising.
The club, which will celebrate its 50th anniversary in May 2019, has provided assistance to local women and children in need through fundraisers, volunteer hours, auctions and more. Continue reading “La Cañada Junior Women’s Club Seeks New Members”
The La Cañada Junior Women’s Club is looking for new members with a passion for fun, philanthropy and fundraising.
The club recently hosted two events for prospective members. Guests who wanted to learn more about Juniors attended the club’s wine and cheese event and “coffee-klatch” to mingle with current members. The gatherings were held at the home of Georgina Mueller of La Cañada Flintridge. Continue reading “La Cañada Junior Women’s Club Seeks New Members”
The La Cañada Junior Women’s Club will hold free eye screenings for amblyopia, commonly known as “lazy eye,” at local preschools this April.
About 3% of children have some form of this condition. It is not an eye disease and is fully curable if detected early. Amblyopia is when the vision in one eye does not develop properly. Standard eye tests for 3- and 4-year-olds do not test for this condition, which is one reason these eye screenings are so important. The good news is that amblyopia is curable until approximately age 6. After that age, the child’s brain learns to ignore the blurry image from the weaker eye and amblyopia becomes almost impossible to reverse.