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Duarte Youth Boxing Show a Knockout Success
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Duarte Youth Boxing Show a Knockout Success

More than 500 people turned out for the 4th annual Duarte Youth Boxing Show, Aug. 1, presented by Duarte Parks and Recreation’s Youth Boxing Club. Held at the Duarte High School Gym, the boxing show featured 21 bouts of young amateur boxers representing youth boxing clubs throughout Southern California. To compete as an amateur, boxers…

City of Hope Doc Named Fellow of World’s Largest Radiation Oncology Society
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City of Hope Doc Named Fellow of World’s Largest Radiation Oncology Society

The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) recently selected 12 of its members to become Fellows of the American Society for Radiation Oncology, a prestigious cancer organization with more than 10,000 members who specialize in treating patients with radiation therapy. Jeffrey Wong, M.D., chair and professor of City of Hope’s Department of Radiation Oncology, will…

Arcadia Girls Bring Home the Gold
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Arcadia Girls Bring Home the Gold

The Arcadia Girl’s Softball Association’s team for girls aged 12 and under brought home the gold this year from the Junior Olympic State Championship in San Diego. Throughout the competition, the team allowed only five total runs scored against them, going undefeated all the way through the championship round. The Junior Olympics, held each year,…

Arboretum Appoints Richard Schulhof as CEO
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Arboretum Appoints Richard Schulhof as CEO

In this April 2009 video, Richard Schulhof, then Deputy Director of the Arnold Arboretum at Harvard University, in Cambridge, MA, talks about what he does, his educational and professional background, and his favorite parts of his job. – Video provided by the Center for Public Horticulture at UD.

Arcadia Cross Country Headed to Mammoth
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Arcadia Cross Country Headed to Mammoth

The Mammoth High-Altitude Training Camp consists of morning and evening runs that traverse the mountainous terrain around Mammoth Lakes, CA. Days are spend with team bonding activities such as kayaking, watching movies, and even horseback riding.

Hospital Foundation President Sue Francis Retires
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Hospital Foundation President Sue Francis Retires

Methodist Hospital Foundation President Sue Francis is retiring July 31. It is, said Francis in her resignation letter, “time for me to turn the page to a new chapter in my personal life.” Those interests include three grandchildren, her husband Thomas “T” Francis, other family in both Hawaii and California, and many personal pursuits put…

Over Three Hundred Attend Arcadia Chamber of Commerce Diamond Anniversary
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Over Three Hundred Attend Arcadia Chamber of Commerce Diamond Anniversary

As the hundreds of guests arrived for the party last Thursday evening, Carol Libby and Chamber President Kevin Kimmerman unveiled yet another Historical Marker in front of the building. Scott Hettrick gave a detailed description of the history of the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce prior to the unveiling with several amusing sidebars on some of the colorful characters that help shape the face of Arcadia.

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