The La Cañada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Assn. earlier this month held its annual Evening of Wine and Roses party to raise funds for our city’s float “Panda-Monium” that will roll down Pasadena’s famed Colorado Boulevard on Jan. 1. A special treat for party attendees was the introduction of the recently crowned Tournament of Roses Royal Court. This event, held annually at the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club, is one of the court’s first public activities.
These past two months have been busy times for members of Oakmont League of Glendale. The first big event was the Past Presidents Tea held at the beautiful home of current club president Lydia Trout. The tea table was creatively enhanced with flower arrangements and other accouterments that make such a traditional tea lovely. Of course, the tea and coffee was served from sterling silver tea and coffee pots. The dainty foods offered were plentiful and savory.
It was a beautiful October day, when nearly 100 golfers gathered to participate in the 43rd annual Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy Harry G. Johansing Scholarship Fund golf tournament and dinner. The event, held at Oakmont Country Club on Oct. 16, raised over $50,000 toward funding the Harry G. Johansing Scholarship fund established in 1974. There were plenty of side bets among the golfers as well as on-course games such as “Hit the Heart” and “Hole in One Car Give Away” to keep things interesting.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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