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Community Meeting

The Sherman Oaks Homeowners Association will focus on the Los Angeles School system at its community meeting on Wednesday, March 18, 2009. The meeting will feature Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Ramon Cortines and Los Angeles Board of Education Member Tamar Galatzan. The meeting will be held at Notre Dame High School, commencing at 7:15 p.m.
Richard H. Close, President of the Association, explained that the public expects changes and better education at area schools.
“We realize that the district has serious financial problems. However, with new leadership we are expecting them to enhance our schools to make them even better than they are now. We want to learn what specific changes the Superintendent and the School Board will make to area schools,” Close said.
Area residents have been invited to this free community meeting.

The Sherman Oaks Women’s Club Plans Their Spring Fashion Show

(L to R): Muriel Goldojarb, Pam Allison, Beverly Bittle and Lois Carr.

(L to R): Muriel Goldojarb, Pam Allison, Beverly Bittle and Lois Carr.

The Sherman Oaks Women’s Club annual fashion show will be different this year. Instead of showing off the fashions of today, we will be revisiting the Hollywood fashions of the past. It will be a musical review showcasing a “dazzling line-up of costumes actually worn by the stars in the original Hollywood films.”
There will be door prizes as well as opportunity prizes which the ladies in the picture are preparing. The program is at the Sherman Oaks Women’s Club. For reservations, contact Pam Allison.

The Sherman Oaks Women’s Club Visit the Walter Hoving Home

There were seven club members who spent a morning visiting those in

President Beverly Bittle presents check to the Walter Hoving Home.

President Beverly Bittle presents check to the Walter Hoving Home.

 residence. The club presented a check for $5,000.00 and sponsored one of the women whose life was shattered by drugs and alcohol. The club has generously supported the home since 2004. Since its’ beginning in 1967, thousands of young women have found new hope and a new life at the Walter Hoving Home in Pasadena.

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