A beautiful day at the dog park
By Nikolas Samuels
Last update: 1 min ago
Residents of the Santa Clarita Valley took advantage of the nice weather on Saturday by taking their furry friends to the dog park and having a doggone good time. Pippa Pyczynski, 5, and Layla Pyczynski, 7, throw their hands up as Suki, the dog, shakes its hair at Golden Valley Dog Park in Canyon Country on Saturday.
L.A. County Fire responded to an outbuilding that caught fire Sunday morning in Canyon Country. Fortunately, the fire was out by the time they arrived and only overhaul was required by fire officials. “The resident put it out with buckets of water,” said Captain Louis Cervantes with L.A. County Fire. The outbuilding was used for storage. A couple windows were charred as well as some of the contents inside according to Cervantes. For overhaul.
Bras. They are a fixture of any woman’s wardrobe. Although, Soroptimist International of Valencia took that meaning to another level on Sunday. Sixteen models wearing hand-embellished bras pranced along the catwalk in support of the cause the organization dedicates itself towards. “Of course, our main mission here today (is to) wipe out breast cancer,” said Suzanne Stone, the president of Soroptimist International of Valencia, as the crowd cheered and clapped.
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