There were nearly 300 University of La Verne students who volunteered their time on Martin Luther King Day to do community service work, with 34 involved in two SSFL projects.
Tim Grant will be honored at Sowing Seeds for Life’s fifth annual Celebrity Golf Tournament for Charity Oct. 7 at Glendora County Club. Among the celebrities scheduled to appear at the tournament are UCLA football announcers Chris Roberts and Matt Stevens, which is appropriate. Grant is a UCLA alum (class of ’82) and avid fan of the
Brian McNerney and Gary Howarth on Fox NFL Sunday set last November. If there is any question of the stature of the Sowing Seeds for Life Celebrity Golf Tournament for Charity, consider this: Vin Scully lent a helping hand. When it comes to sports celebrities in Southern California, they don't get any bigger than Scully.
See why legendary L.A. Kings announcer Bob Miller ended up going topless at last year's Sowing Seeds for Life Celebrity Golf Tournament for Charity.
Sowing Seeds for Life founder Vicki Brown, who has received numerous regional and local awards for her charity work, was among those receiving an award during a ceremony April 30 at the University of La Verne honoring the school’s ENACTUS team of outstanding business students. The University of La Verne chapter of ENACTUS organization, formerly SIFE,
Bill Sharman is shown standing with, from left, James Worthy, Bill Russell, Jim Harrick and Jerry West as tournament coordinator Tim Haas pays tribute to this all-star group of celebrities in 2010. The passing of Bill Sharman at the age of 87 on Oct. 25 generated a lot of stories about his accomplishments