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2nd Printing of Toluca Lake “Favorite Recipes” Cookbook

The Toluca Lake Garden Club is proud to announce the 2nd printing of our Cookbook! If you didn’t purchase one last fall or would like to purchase additional books, they are available now. We expect this 2nd printing to sell out quickly. We have had great feedback from neighbors, friends and family about the quality of the recipes and how they are enjoying reading about Toluca Lake’s history and looking at the historical and celebrity photos. These cookbooks make wonderful gifts and are being sold an incredible price $21.85! So, make a list (and include yourself) and call Shirley Duenckel at (818) 769-6926.

Councilman Tom LaBonge News

On Wednesday, Tom and officials from the Japanese Consulate celebrated the 50th anniversary of the first Los Angeles Sister City relationship with Nagoya, Japan. Students from the Barnsdall Art Center designed and fabricated a quilt to commemorate the half-century of friendship and exchange between the cities.
See’s Candies’ original factory at 135 N. Western Avenue moved closer to becoming a historic site this week when the Los Angeles Cultural-Heritage Commission unanimously recommended that it be declared a Historic Cultural Monument. Charles and Florence See opened their first shop and kitchen on the site in November, 1921. The City Council will vote on the recommendation soon.
Tom’s next Griffith Park clean-up will be held Saturday, April 11 at 8:30 a.m. Meet Tom and the CD4 staff at the north end of the Griffith Observatory parking lot to hike and clean our spectacular urban park.

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