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Now, no one's knocking your love of the mundane. But just like daily oatmeal breakfasts, even great, if monotonous, vacations can get a little wearing on the soul. This year, expand your horizons and plan something completely different. The old adage, "You only live once," entirely applies to travel, so call your travel agent, pack your bags and start living!
July Singles Nights
July 13, 2006
Live music, cigars, great food and the company of other fun singles! The band Blues Daddy will be playing from 7pm - midnight. Free cigars as well as chocolate cigars for the "non-cigar smokers" and drink specials all night long. Join SCV singles for a memorable evening.

Here are the specials for the singles event:
Cosmos - $5
Tap Beer & Wine - $3
Pot Stickers - $3.50
Jalapeno Poppers - $3.25
Chicken Quesadilla, Chicken Tenders and Boneless Hot Wings - $3.75
Calamari - $5

The Roast House
26532 Bouquet Canyon Road
296-3866

July 20, 2006
Fine wine, appetizers and the company of other fun singles - what could be better? Join SCV singles for a memorable evening.

All Corked Up
26340 Diamond Place
799-7979
What can be more relaxing than strolling through a European garden, swirling a deep red glass of merlot, enjoying a cool, fruity Sauvignon Blanc or tasting a rich buttery chardonnay? How about adding the tempting foods of the region to compliment each glass of wine. Add all of that to the knowledge that with each sip of the flavorful grape you are helping to support our valley's seniors. You'll get that feeling and more when you "Uncork Your Senses" this summer on August 19 at the Saugus Speedway.
Over 100 supporters of the Boys & Girls Club stopped by Don and Cheri Fleming's not-so-humble abode in May to check out the nonprofit's big-ticket live auction items for their annual event in June. The usual combination of yummy eats (thanks to LA Trends Catering) and free drinks had the high-credit-scored folks among us pre-signing checks for items like laser eye surgery, a horse and (say it with us, "Price is Right"-style...) a new car!
Put on your flip-flops but don't step on that pop-top. The Santa Clarita Valley's most anticipated night is closing in and everyone who is anyone will be a Parrothead for this year's 35th Annual Benefit Auction for the Boys & Girls Club of the SCV. On June 10 at the Mann Biomedical Park, the Jimmy Buffett-style "It's Five-O'clock Somewhere" theme will have Co-Chairs Don and Cheri Fleming and you breaking out that Hawaiian shirt and bidding on a 60-page catalogue of items that is straight out of paradise.
It's time for Michael Berger and Diana Cusumano to switch their license plate holders. The two have been bestowed with the coveted title of Man & Woman of the Year, complete with fancy-schmancy license plate holders declaring their new positions to all traffic passerby.
Teri and Chuck Maier's relocation from Louisiana to the Santa Clarita Valley in 2004 proved to be far more challenging than they ever could have imagined. One month after moving to Valencia, MacKenzie, the middle of their three daughters, was stricken with severe left hip and leg pain and had difficulty walking.
The City of Santa Clarita hosted its annual Arbor Day festivities at Central Park on May 6. The event is meant to educate residents about the benefits of trees as part of the world-recognized Arbor Day holiday. Mayor Laurene Weste accepted the Tree City USA award on behalf of the city, a prestigious honor bestowed by the National Arbor Day Foundation given to cities that consistently have a viable tree management plan and program.
Revolution. Colossus. X. Viper. Scream. And now, Tatsu. Sometimes it only takes one word to describe a thrill of a lifetime and for Santa Clarita residents that thrill has come from Six Flags Magic Mountain. For the past 35 years, the theme park is much more than a place to take weekend visitors. Six Flags Magic Mountain employs our youth and has given the Santa Clarita Valley its mark on the map.
Some of you asked nicely. Others offered bribes, and a few of you even threatened bodily harm - all in the name of a good time. So here it is - the holy grail of fun in the SCV. Use it to amaze out-of-towners, ease first-date jitters, cure couple boredom or calm the storm otherwise known as your twins. You know the rules: Prices quoted here are, unless otherwise noted, for one adult, and can change at the whim of the powers that be (also known as "not us").
May/June Singles Nights
May 18, 2006
Join other fun singles at All Corked Up's Singles Night starting at 6 p.m. Enjoy great food and wine, plus make friends and possibly meet Mr./Mrs. Right! All Corked Up is located at 26340 Diamond Place in Santa Clarita. 799-7979

June 22, 2006
What could be better than fine wine, appetizers and the company of other fun singles? Join SCV singles at All Corked Up starting at 6 p.m. for a memorable evening. All Corked Up is located at 26340 Diamond Place in Santa Clarita. 799-7979
If you are fortunate enough to receive an invitation to dinner at David and Susan Cheney's home, don't dare turn it down. Upon walking into their warm Bridgeport home, the Cheneys will more than likely pop the cork off one of the many bottles of wine they have collected over the years. The built-in wine cabinet tucked inside the office holds over 250 bottles of chardonnays and cabernets they have collected on their several trips to the wine country.
There's nothing like a good fashion show to inspire local divas to dust off their push-up bras, schedule hair extensions, snatch the credit card and gossip with friends - all in the name of charity. In March, the Soroptimists drew 260 dolled-up SCVians to "Fusion," a new twist in the nonprofit's annual show.
Forty representatives traveled to our state capitol. It was a formidable cross section of our Valley, a who's-who of Santa Clarita. Representatives from College of the Canyons, the Hart School Board, the Saugus Elementary School superintendent, our city manager, Newhall Land, the Boys & Girls Club, the Child & Family Center, Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce, Valley Industrial Association, Providence Holy Cross Hospital, and many local business owners participated.
Whether you're looking for unique ways to spend time with family and friends or the perfect chance to do a little something nice for those less fortunate, Santa Clarita organizations are ready to entertain you and move you to action.
They say that when it comes to selecting Santa Clarita's Man & Woman of the Year, it comes down to one thing: sweat. Yes, the sweat-factor, along with the proverbial blood and tears, plays a big role in who will walk away with the often-coveted title. While writing a big check doesn't exclude you from the running (those organizations do need hearty cash infusions!), the past men and women who've been bestowed with the honorable award are looking for folks that have expended more than a little elbow grease to make their home town, and the nonprofit organizations at the heart of their community, better for the effort.
Local restaurants, caterers and wine purveyors have joined to offer a wide variety of tantalizing fare at the 18th Annual Taste of the Town. On Sunday, May 7, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., guests will celebrate Child and Family Center's 30th birthday while sampling dishes representing the best of Santa Clarita.
Trade in the bouquet-and-brunch tradition on Mother's Day and try some of these fresh ideas to give that special mom some unique attention. Restaurants aren't the only venues open on Mother's Day!
Just as I imagined, the March Inside SCV Singles Night was another smashing success. I couldn't believe my eyes as I walked around All Corked Up to see the place packed with over 200 singles mingling! I had a blast and could tell that everyone did as well. I must say it was so enjoyable to be able to venture through the crowd and have an idea of what the turnout may be. The last event I only anticipated me and 40 other singles at best! Well... you know how that turned out!
This year's Day at the Races event, to be held on April 23, is all the more special, as it marks Carousel Ranch's first fundraising event to be held on their own property in Agua Dulce. For those who have not had a chance to visit the new ranch, this is a perfect opportunity to bring family and friends for a fun-filled event, featuring the excitement of horseracing along with the fun of a country fair.
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