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Sweet ways to help your kids give back during the holidays.
The best reason you'll ever have to buy soup in bulk.
Every year after Halloween, Drs. Allen and Kelly Smudde of Santa Clarita Advanced Dentistry open their doors to the community with the same goal in mind - to buy back candy and give back to our local community, schools, and armed forces. Santa Clarita Advanced Dentistry hosted its 9th Annual Operation Gratitude: Halloween Candy Buy Back tonight and boy was it something! They had a record-breaking year with 3,943 pounds of candy! They had over 146 participants that helped donate to our troops overseas!
Here's where to sell your Halloween candy & make a soldier's day!
Annual Fundraiser Supports Sending Children with Serious Medical Conditions to Camp for Free, The Painted Turtle's North Los Angeles County Regional Advisory Board will host its 12th annual BBQ fundraiser on Saturday, October 28 at The Painted Turtle camp in Lake Hughes.
The top costumes of 2017 - plus where to go for spooky fun.
Horse around with the family with a trail ride.
LARC Ranch's upcoming event will have you groovin' to the best oldies.
For a moment, think about the seniors in your life - the crossing guard on your street, the neighbor who always waves to your kids, the volunteer at the library, the veteran next door, your beloved family members. Think about how those individuals have positively contributed to your life, the lives of those you love, the community where you live and the country you call "home."
Fabulous fun for the family and more!
It's time for summery family fun in the sun!
Help the SCV Senior Center build their new facility & don't miss the Boys & Girls Club auction!
Don't miss the Spring Hop in Lake Hughes on April 29.
The KHTS Home & Garden Show is filled with surprises.
Yes, it's almost time to register for Summer Camp!
SCV Child Needs $3.5 Million for a Chance to Survive
Don't miss the annual free STEAM Expo for kids and teens.
Toy drives, soup for seniors and more ways to show you care.
NBA star Russell Westbrook and his brother were taught to ask themselves, "Why not?" every time they were told they could not do something that would put them on a track to success. It is this encouragement, confidence and strength that Russell and his family want to instill in children across the country. That's why Westbrook launched his organization: the Russell Westbrook Why Not? Foundation.
Share your good fortune with SCV children in need.
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