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1925- New York premiere of William S. Hart's final film, "Tumbleweeds" [story]


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All prize drawings to be held October 5 at the Rubber Ducky Festival, although winner need not be present.

First Grand Prize: $2500 cash gift card
Second Grand prize: $1500 cash gift card
Third Grand prize: $500 cash gift card

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Thursday, Dec 18, 2014
The Children’s Bureau invites willing adults to become a resource family to children in foster care while reunifying with birth families or provide legal permanency by adoption if children are unable to be safely returned to their birth family.
Wednesday, Dec 17, 2014
HandsOn Santa Clarita will be hosting their 2nd Annual 5k/10k at Six Flags Magic Mountain. The run/walk will support HandsOn Santa Clarita’s mission to connect volunteers to critical issues facing the community – such as hunger, homelessness and environmental issues.
Monday, Dec 15, 2014
Right in time for many local holiday bird counting festivities, discover the variety of bird families around us, how they interact and their habitats. Beginners are welcome on this easy walk. Binoculars optional. Meet at Towsley Canyon's front parking lot. 2 hours.
Monday, Dec 15, 2014
Many Santa Clarita Valley families began celebrating Christmas early by attending The Church On The Way Santa Clarita’s Winter Wonderland event Sunday evening.
Monday, Dec 15, 2014
Employees of Chiquita Canyon Landfill helped make the holiday season brighter for children at the Child & Family Center by donating more than 50 bicycles.
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