As part of a Sowing Seeds for Life project, Glendora became a little greener with the arrival of a special type of greenhouse that is good for the environment.
Fourth Annual Sowing Seeds for Life Celebrity Golf Tournament Set for Oct. 8 at Glendora Country Club
Roy Firestone, a nationally known sportscaster and entertainer, along with participation by other celebrities, highlight the fourth annual Sowing Seeds For Life Celebrity Golf Tournament for Charity on Oct. 8 at the Glendora Country Club. Dave Hester of Storage Wars.. Past Celebrities included Jerry West, James Worthy and Bill Sharman just to name a few.
WHAT: A fun Holiday Celebration with Kids Games, Pictures with Santa, Live Entertainment Food, Snacks, Beverages and Food Giveaway. WHEN: Saturday, December 1, 2012 from 12:00pm - 4:00pm. WHERE: Gnesha Park, 1575 N. White Ave, Pomona, CA
The La Verne post office on White Avenue was a hub of activity this past Saturday. City Councilman Robert Rodriguez, who is also mayor pro tem, Robin Carder, another city council member, and City Planner Hal Henderson were there. Chris Roberts of Glendora, the longtime radio voice of UCLA football and basketball, was also there. Roberts’ father, uncle and grandfather were all postal workers. The occasion was the culmination of last week’s National Association of Letter Carriers’ 20th annual “Stamp Out Hunger” national food drive. If you donated, you’ll be glad to know your donations went to good [...]
People who deliver your mail are delivering a message to its customers this week. If you can donate any non-perishable food, it will go to good use. It’s all a part of the National Association of Letter Carriers’ 20th annual “Stamp Out Hunger” national food drive. Letter carriers on Wednesday will be delivering cards that ask for donations and the following day will be delivering grocery bags for those donations. The carriers will pick up the bags Friday and Saturday and deliver the donations to local post offices on Saturday. In La Verne and Claremont, the food collected will be brought [...]
Evidence that the future of our world is in good hands is SIFE, which stands for Students in Free Enterprise. SIFE brings together a diverse network of university students, academic professionals and industry leaders around the shared mission of creating a better, more sustainable world through the positive power of business. SIFE has a presence in more than 1,500 universities in some 40 countries, including 800 in the U.S. The University of La Verne has a strong SIFE program, headed by Dr. Issam Ghazzawi, an associate professor of business management. La Verne’s SIFE team consists of some 40 students. One reason the La Verne program is [...]
Daniela D’Angelo and her two teenage daughters, Nhancye (pronounced Nancy) and Roberta, made quite a sight. On a recent Friday night at the Target store in San Dimas, they were pushing around grocery carts filled to the brim with stuffed animals, various toys, plastic eggs and the like. Sowing Seeds for Life CEO Vicki Brown, second from left, is surrounded by Daniela D'Angelo, left, and daughters Roberta and Nhancye. A few curious customers stopped them to ask what they were doing. [quote] “When we [...]
It is always good to hear about young people doing charitable work, and here is good example of that. A group of La Verne University students that are members of Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) have hooked up with Sowing Seeds for Life (SSFL)..
Volunteerism was alive and well in Glendora on Martin Luther King Day. Probably the best example of that took place at the Glendora Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Eight students from the University of La Verne spent most of the day planting 20 orange trees on the church property and five more in a nearby backyard.
Monday, Oct. 8, 2012 At Glendora CC Celebrities from years past have included Laker legends Jerry West, Bill Sharman, James Worthy, Elgin Baylor, horse racing track announcer Trevor Denman and many more.
Sowing Seeds for Life Toy and Food Giveaways, held at two locations this past holiday season--Ganesha Park in Pomona and DPI Labs in La Verne--proved to be enormous successes as thousands took part and many young children got to sit on Santa Claus' lap.