Coronet Debutante Ball
Twenty-three 2012 Coronet Debutantes stepped through a huge floral-covered Coronet center stage in the International Ballroom of the Beverly Hilton Hotel recently.
This was the 63rd year the Coronet Debutante Ball Board presented teenage girls who have distinguished themselves as Community Service Volunteers.
Many of the girls debuting were legacies. Megan Riordan’s mother was a Deb as was Jessica Lord’s, Brooke Rhoden’s, and Julia Robinson’s. Grace Kuhlenschmidt had four Coronet cousins. Anastasia Rivera-Hackley’s sister debuted.
Third generation Kelly Kirshner’s sister and her mother Suzanne Boone were Coronets. Kelly’s grandmother Mary Lou Boone was presented at the first Coronet Ball.
Representing the Debs of 1950 was The Honorable Linda Shoff MCausland who came from Colorado for the occasion.
Ball Director Susan Hilton had a lot of experience. Her mother was a Ball Director and Susan was a Coronet as were her two daughters.
The Presenter, Dr. Peter Moy was all smiles as he realized that all went smoothly.
Following the father-daughter waltz the escorts cut in then dinner was served and dancing lasted past midnight.
Proceeds from the Ball will go to National Charity League, LA Founder Chapter for their philanthropies.
LAPD North Hollywood Area Holiday Toy Drive
Collecting thru Dec. 21, our goal this year is to pass out 2,000 toys to the neighborhood children. Thanks to your generosity and support we hope to meet that goal.
Please drop off your new unwrapped toys at the following locations:
North Hollywood Police Station –
11640 Burbank Blvd., North Hollywood
Four N 20 Restaurant –
4554 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City
Four N 20 Restaurant –
5600 Van Nuys Blvd., Van Nuys
The Magnolia Grille Restaurant –
10530 Magnolia Blvd., North Hollywood
Nat’s Early Bite Restaurant –
14115 Burbank Blvd., Sherman Oaks
Patys Restaurant –
10001 Riverside Dr., Toluca Lake
Studio City Hand Car Wash –
11514 Ventura Blvd., Studio City
The Good Earth Restaurant –
12345 Ventura Blvd., Studio City
For more information please contact the North Hollywood Division Community Relations Office at (818) 623-4001. For larger donations a federal tax identification number is available.
L.A.-Based Christian Band Seven Years to Perform Free Concert
Seven Years is comprised of Justin Sheehy (lead vocals and guitar). Originally from Maryland, Justin has been playing and singing in the Los Angeles area for the last six years. Cole Williams (lead and back up vocals) hails from Seattle and has been singing gospel music for many years. Also contributing is Brian Wertheim (electric guitar), recent graduate of Berklee College of Music.
3216 W. Victory Blvd.
Friday, Dec. 14, 7 p.m.
For further information, please contact Jeffrey S. Hicks at (818) 765-2600.
Electronic Waste Collection Event at Pasadena Christian School
Recyclable materials include but are not limited to:
- *TVs (LCD, Plasma, CRT)
- *Audio/Video Equipment
- *Cell Phones
- *Miscellaneous Computer Equipment
- *Personal Electronic Devices
- *Automobile Batteries
- *In addition to many other electronic devices
- *No fluorescent light bulbs or hazardous materials (i.e. engine oil, household chemicals, paint, etc.) will be accepted at the collection site.
- Business electronic waste is accepted for free. Please do not drop off e-waste at PCS until the day of the event.
Pasadena Christian School Garfield Parking Lot
(This is the “carline” parking lot behind the school.)
1492 N. Garfield Ave.
Saturday, Jan. 12, 10 a.m.—2 p.m.
Contact PCS Computer Lab Teacher Mr. Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the E-Waste Center for more info.