Monday, May 13, 2013
Entry was through an unlocked side door.
Nothing was waken. Sherriff believes they were looking for cash and jewelry of which none was at the house.
Please be sure to lock you house and cars. We don't have that may instances of burglary up here, but always better to be safe than sorry.
Also, report any suspicious activity to the Sherriff.
Saturday, May 11, 2013
On Sunday, May 19, we are hosting a fundraiser for our daughter’s school. It is expected to last from 5:00-8:00pm.
We are letting you know because there will be a lot of cars parked around the neighborhood, especially along Canyon Crest Rd. We hope you understand, because this is an important event for our daughter’s school and will only last a few hours.
Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.
Maya and Noah
Monday, April 29, 2013
Friday, April 26, 2013
swing with plans being finalized and plant lists being put in order. The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation has already cleared, mulched and installed a new state of the art solar timer irrigation system. They will also provide long term maintenance of the area once the project is completed. The only parts missing now are the plants and planting supplies to cover the 3,800 square feet, estimated to cost $14,000.
For this reason, ACG has officially begun a capital campaign. Garden Members are making project presentations throughout the community and are developing a direct-mail request.
Any other potential donors should contact: (626) 470-7482.
More information at altadenacommunitygarden.com.
The Altadena Community Arts Center is now accepting applications for our Spring 2013 classes. Please join us. We make ARTwork!
Class Schedules, Registration Forms and payment information are available online
Saturday, April 20, 2013
"We havve discovered a homeless encampment, in the canyon below Canyon Crest Rd. When I investigated it, there were 2 collapsed tents, a lot of trash, books, clothes hanging over trees and such.
While I did not see evidence of a camp fire, this likens to the Eaton canyon fire, started by a homeless person's campfire, years ago that burned over to Cheney trail and burned down several homes in the ridge areas.
I called the Sheriff, they said I would get faster response if I called the forrest service, with no avail by either agency. The forrest personelle who answered took my phone number and said an investigator will call me back. I have called again and told to do the same thing.
Any one else want to try?"