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On May 11, nearly 100 guests gathered at the La Cañada Thursday Club to enjoy the organization’s provisional debutante fashion show, which had the theme “Pretty in Pink.”
Guests enjoyed a lovely, music-filled evening at the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown earlier this month when the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra held a gala that raised $550,000 in support of its artistic, education and community engagement programs.
Los Angeles Children’s Chorus honored La Cañada resident Don Hahn, Academy Award-nominated producer of such blockbuster Disney films as “The Lion King,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “Aladdin,” “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” and “Maleficent,” and philanthropists Jennifer and Joe Sliskovich during its recent Gala Bel Canto, at the Iconic Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.
Some graduating seniors from La Cañada High, Flintridge Preparatory School and Crescenta Valley High — as well as one local home-schooled teen — are among the 2,500 students across the nation chosen for the award given by the National Merit Scholarship Corp.
Nine local high school seniors are the 2019 recipients of La Cañada Thursday Club scholarships, which were awarded during a special afternoon tea held at the historic clubhouse on Sunday.
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