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No one ever said marriage was easy and couples rarely enter into a relationship thinking the worst. Still, statistics are pretty grim and many marriages end in failure before the decade anniversary party.
Goddess Fitness Features New Class for Families
Circus Kids/Fun Family Fitness is now being offered at Goddess Fitness for beginner to advanced levels at 11:30 a.m. on Saturdays. A free introduction class is being offered for a limited time. For more information call 251-2831.
When is love really love?

That's a question we start asking as soon as we're old enough to pull petals off daisies.

He loves me; he loves me not... She loves me; she loves me not...
It's an oft-lamented truth about taxes that you can run but you can't hide. And even if you do run, you can't run for long.

April 15 is closer than you think.

The good news is April 15 is still far enough away for you to be proactive.
According to some of the SCV's most seasoned and savvy tax professionals, you don't have to dread this annual rite of spring. The right information can make all the difference.
New Year's resolutions are a part of our make up, whether we are serious about them or not. The desire to change ourselves - whether it's losing weight, quitting the butts or learning how to say no - is a lot easier to define when we have a start date.
New Classes Available at Goddess Fitness
Now available: couples' classes in yoga and circus; Hoop Dance Fitness, Celestial Swirls; Circus Fitness - Aerial silk/tissue; Hoop and Hammock. The studio will soon offer a contemporary/modern dance fitness workout, as well. For more information call 251-2831.
Uomo Sport Announces Web-based Shopping
Uomo Sport today announced the launch of their new golf clothing online shopping website www.uomosport.com. The California-based golf apparel retailer is known for providing the finest in men's golf clothing, shoes, and accessories to discriminating golfers. For more information visit www.uomosport.com or visit the store in Valencia.
Ten years ago the community saw a need for a centralized location that would allow local nonprofit organizations to come together and share ideas, assess needs and get help. The City of Santa Clarita, along with The Newhall Land and Farming Company and United Way, created the SCV Resource Center. Based at city hall, the Resource Center met with local charity-based organizations to offer assistance and training.
Oasis Garden & Patio Transforms into Christmas Wonderland
Oasis Garden & Patio on Centre Pointe Parkway has changed the entire merchandise selection for the approaching holiday season. The store has the largest selection of ornaments in the valley. In addition, they have artificial trees, trim, gifts, candles, stockings, tree skirts, plus indoor and outdoor lights in all sizes. Oasis will
also continue to stock patio sets, as well. Call 255-9909 for more information.
The Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center has been around for the past 30 years. Located in an oak-lined lot off of Market Street in Newhall, the Center is a meeting spot for many seniors who gather for exercise, a little bridge, some educational classes and a good meal, just to name a few of the more than 100 distinct services provided.
Northern Los Angeles county is home to several new wineries producing top-quality, award-winning wines. Many wine snobs will turn up their noses at anything that doesn't originate in Napa or Sonoma county; too bad, because they're missing out on some great grapes. One of the newest wineries is Leona Valley Winery, straddling the San Andreas fault between the SCV and Palmdale. Corey Jones and David Reynolds own Leona Valley Winery. The couple bought their Leona Valley property in 2000 and soon decided to embark on their winery adventure.
More than 22,000 students are registered in the William S. Hart Union High School District. With six comprehensive high schools, six junior highs, a continuation school, middle college high school, independent study program, an adult school and Regional Occupational Program, the Hart District recently added an innovative early-college high school on the new Canyon Country campus of College of the Canyons.
Pictured are the first-place winners of the fifth-annual GNP/ICP Scholarship Golf Classic held on June 13 at Robinson Ranch. The team, sponsored by Salt Creek Grille and Affordable Quality Moving and Storage, are Brad Uptgraft, Dave Dyck, Casey Kirkman, Joe Greiner, Dave Fong, David Breslow and Tucker Brown. The tournament raised over $230,000 to be used for scholarships for pharmacy students attending USC School of Pharmacy and Western University School of Health Sciences College of Pharmacy who are pursuing careers as independent community pharmacists.
Every small business owner knows it's all about dollars and sense. You need your money to work for you, but you also need to know how to make it work. Many business owners have turned to local banks to help them with all their small business needs. We were wondering... What makes a local business bank a good place to turn to when you are starting up a business or have owned one for years?
Santa Clarita residents are lucky to have a beautiful vacation spot right in their own backyard. One just needs to travel north on Interstate 5 to find the Castaic Lake Recreation facility. The lake is stocked with a wide variety of fish such as bass, trout and catfish, enough to make any angler content. There are actually two bodies of water at the facility. The upper lake is used for sailing, power boating, jet skiing and fishing. There are boat rentals and a tackle shop on site. The lower lake is reserved for non-power boating, canoeing and swimming.
Anyone who has ever tried it will tell you that starting your own business is a scary proposition. Most waged their own private war with doubt. Am I doing the right thing? I know I have a valuable service, but how do I let the community know about it? Is there a niche for my business here in Santa Clarita? Those are fair questions - questions every local budding entrepreneur and businesses owner should ask, must ask, really. And they do.
Stevenson Ranch is outside of the Santa Clarita city limits and is governed by the County of Los Angeles. The West Ranch Town Council (originally billed as the Stevenson Ranch Town Council) was established in 1992 as an advisory group by Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich. The name West Ranch Town Council was coined as a way to include homeowners who live in the communities of Westridge, Sunset Pointe and Southern Oaks. The council discusses everything from upcoming development to graffiti in the area. Elections are held on a bi-annual basis during the community fireworks show.
Impressions Jewelry and More hosted a fundraiser on April 26 for MAC's Project, a nonprofit organization created to benefit children battling cancer while also keeping our planet healthy through recycling. Named after Mackenzie Maier who won her battle with cancer in 2006, "MAC's" is also an acronym for Make Another Child Smile.
With 17 city parks spread over more than 250 acres, an active arts community and a wide variety of community events, the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is one of the busiest (and we've heard, the most fun) at city hall. Rick Gould is the director and he oversees everything involving recreation in the City of Santa Clarita. The purpose of Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is to develop and implement programs that encourage healthy lifestyles and celebrate the community's diversity.
Every community has its "mainstay" businesses that help define its culture. Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Care is one those companies for the Santa Clarita Valley. Having provided the highest quality of skin care services for 25 years now, Dr. Bernard Raskin, founder of Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Care, is going to celebrate throughout the year with many special events; the first of which was a big "thank you" to his most loyal patients on May 17 during his exclusive "Day of Beauty."
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