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SGV Vets Can Now Apply for Leadership Pasadena’s Leadership Course
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SGV Vets Can Now Apply for Leadership Pasadena’s Leadership Course

Leadership Pasadena (LP) is accepting applications for the Community Leadership Course for Veterans™ (CLCV™) beginning on May 6, 2019. This course fills a gap in current military to civilian transitional programs for veterans. The course does not duplicate any existing programs but compliments and supplements the many re-entry and transitional programs in place. This six-month…

Women in Groups are Stronger Together
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Women in Groups are Stronger Together

Part 2: Embracing self-love with Alive & Well Women of Pasadena By Danelle Woodman, Editorial Intern Embody, empower, and in love. Those are a few descriptors of the Alive & Well Women organization out of Pasadena. Although I might use words like necessary or comforting, I think that the participants of the organization’s effort to…

California Renters Qualify for Homeownership But Lack Financial Knowledge to Purchase
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California Renters Qualify for Homeownership But Lack Financial Knowledge to Purchase

While low affordability is the biggest obstacle most renters face in becoming homeowners, 14 percent of California renters can afford to purchase a home but are foregoing homeownership partly because they don’t have the financial knowledge to do so, according to research findings by the California Association of Realtors. Of the nearly 6 million California renters…

Women Are Stronger Together
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Women Are Stronger Together

Part 1: Learning from the women of the quilting guild By Danelle Woodman, Editorial Intern Tucked away in Arcadia, female quilters uphold a longstanding American tradition Marilyn Brisendine describes as an art that is being lost to us. In a conversation of the Wandering Foot Quilt Guild she’s been a part of for 15-17 years,…

Historical Legacies of Arcadia, Monrovia, Pasadena and Sierra Madre Women
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Historical Legacies of Arcadia, Monrovia, Pasadena and Sierra Madre Women

By Danelle Woodman and Isabelle Cruz Women’s History Month started off as a week-long celebration in March declared by President Jimmy Carter in 1980. According to National Women’s History Alliance, in 1987 Congress declared the whole month of March as Women’s History Month in honor and recognition of the “extraordinary achievements of American women.” This…

Cayucos by-the-Sea Hosts 9th Annual Sea Glass Festival
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Cayucos by-the-Sea Hosts 9th Annual Sea Glass Festival

By Greg Aragon California’s majestic Central Coast is speckled with hidden gems lining the Pacific Ocean and none shine brighter than the tiny town of Cayucos by-the-Sea. This is especially true in March, when the temperature rises, flowers blossom along the hillsides and the city hosts its annual Sea Glass Festival. Located off California Highway 1, halfway between…

Career Corner: Cutting The Cord
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Career Corner: Cutting The Cord

By Angela Copeland I could write a book about the information I’m about to share. If you’re a parent with an adult child, this is for you. Before I go too far, let me say this: I know you love your child. I know you want them to do well and when they’re struggling you…

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