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Canyon High School and The Youth Project hosted the 2nd Annual Game of Life event on March 30, 2012.
At least ten local organizations participated in this annual outreach event, reaching almost 400 freshmen at Canyon HS just before Spring Break. Students were each given “crisis scenarios” (taken from real life examples) and using the resources available to them, solved the situation at hand.
Some examples include:
- You are at your boyfriend’s house. You got in a fight. You made him mad and he hit you. You left and just started walking. It’s midnight. You are alone and it’s too far to walk home. Your eye is swelling. You don’t want to call your parents. What do you do?
- You are being bullied on campus by a senior. She taunts you, sends nasty text messages and has started a Facebook page about “hating you”. You are afraid to walk home alone. Where can you go for help?
- Your dad just lost his job and your mom only works part time. You want to help out the family by getting a job, but you are only 14. Where can you go for help to gain employment?
- Last night you went to a party and had too much to drink. You were partying with a really cute guy. You kind of liked him, so you followed him into an empty bedroom and started making out with him. When you wanted to stop, he wouldn’t and forced you to have sex with him. You are feeling ashamed, embarrassed, scared, mad and alone. Where do you go?
The purpose of the activity is to familiarize teens with the organizations in their community that are in place to help, to teach them how to handle a crisis on their own, to make it less scary to reach out and ask for help and as an opportunity for outreach for our partners in the community.
Thank You to Canyon High School, The City of Santa Clarita, The California Highway Patrol, SCV Safe Rides, Department of Child and Family Services, Samuel Dixon Family Health Center, Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, ACTION Parent/Teen Support, The Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita and the Boys and Girls Club of Santa Clarita.
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Presents the 4th Annual
RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW!
April 21, 2012
Tournament Player Club (TPC), Valencia
SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL OF OUR SPONSORS:
The Fondant Sponsor
The Frosting Sponsors
The Flour Sponsors
NANCY STARCZYK WITH
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What a great night of poker, black jack and roulette, not to mention delicious food prepared by Italia Deli, great cocktails from Mixers with our proud sponsor Chiquita Canyon Landfill at the helm. Thank you to all of our volunteers, donors, players, SCVYP Board Members, sponsors and guests who helped make this night a wonderful fundraiser.
And extra special Thank You to our event chairs, Gregg Goodman, Scott Schauer, Jerry Citarella and Dave Toneman, for all of your extra assistance …. Deanna Small for your design expertise, and to Jamie Bennett, Serena Schaffer, Amy Padovich and Jena Minassian for running registration …. your help was in invaluable.
Photos courtesy of John Diego Photography (more pictures to come)
Congratulations to our top winners:
1st Place Winner: Dana Kellstrom
2nd Place Winner: James Leighton
3rd Place Winner: Curt Kravitz
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Please join the The City of Santa Clarita and the Blue Ribbon Task Force for the
11th Annual Teen Scene Unplugged on
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Golden Valley High School.
6:00pm – 7:00pm – Resource Fair
7:00pm – Presentation
Stacy Kaiser, nationally known speaker, author, and psychotherapist will provide strategies and tips on facing the realities and challenges of parenting teens head on.
Ms. Kaiser will discuss ten things every parent needs to know to raise a successful adult.
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It’s official …. the 5th Annual Hold ‘Em Not Hassle ‘Em has moved locations and registration is NOW OPEN!
Great Prizes! Great Food! Cool New Venue!
October 15th, 2011
The Gateway Promenade
28738 The Old Road (just south of the 126 Freeway)
Before October 1, buy in $100.00
After October 1, buy in $125.00
Tournament & Casino Night Begins: 6:00pm
Prizes to include: three 2012 WSOP Entries, (airfare & Las Vegas Hotel stay for 1st place)
THANK YOU TO OUR 2011 SPONSORS
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The Sweet Charity Cake event was a huge success AGAIN! The TPC @ Valencia opened their doors for us as we celebrated the 3rd Annual event. Providence Medical Center was our Royal Icing Sponsor, with great support from Princess Cruises as the Fondant Sponsor and Sugar Sponsors, Valencia Acura, KHTS, Rituals Colour Salon
Congratulations to all of our winners!
3rd Place Winner: Gregg Goodman Farmers Insurance, Cake Designer: Heather Porter, Frost This
Click here watch the reel of sponsors: Cake event 2011
Due to the overwhelming amount of cake entries, we are not able to show ALL the pictures here … these pictures were randomly selected. Please visit us on Facebook, to see more awesome images!
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The Youth Project is proud to announce the Judges for our upcoming event! We are so excited to have the expertise
A lawyer and gifted commentator, Moret is constantly in demand to provide legal analysis for a variety of news outlets for breaking stories involving celebrities. In addition to his legal commentary, Moret frequently appears on Larry King Live as a guest host.
Moret’s inspirational memoir, The Last Day of My Life, is his first book and has landed him appearances on Dr Phil, Today, Joy Behar and numerous other television and radio shows.
Moret also has an extensive 20-year resume covering entertainment news. He has covered numerous premieres and celebrity stories for Inside Edition, as well as all the major entertainment events including the Emmys, Golden Globes and the Academy Awards.
Before joining Inside Edition, the veteran journalist was with CNN for nearly a decade, serving as co-anchor of the long-running Showbiz Today, as well as co-anchor of CNN’s main newscast, The World Today, and anchor of CNN’s NewsNight.
Moret anchored many breaking news stories and live events during his tenure at CNN, including the terrorist bombing of the USS Cole and the 2000 Democratic National Convention. He also served as chief anchor for CNN’s gavel-to-gavel coverage of the O.J. Simpson criminal trial, and anchor and analyst for Simpson’s civil trial.
After leaving CNN, Moret hosted a series of specials for ABC-TV, and, for three years, co-hosted the Academy Awards pre-show for the network. He was also guest anchor on the KTLA Morning News in Los Angeles, and on Fox 5’s Good Day New York.
Private chef and cookbook author David Lawrence knew early on that his enthusiasm for cooking and good food would become his career. He grew up in a house where the kitchen was always abuzz with activity and something great was always cooking. He began his culinary journey at the tender age of eight, with such genius dishes as scrambled eggs and Top Ramen, but soon moved on to much more sophisticated fare. Some of his fondest memories center around big meals with friends and family. He learned early the simple pleasures of setting out big platters of food, family-style with great bottles of wine and plenty of laughs. After assisting for years in his mother’s kitchen, a woman he describes as a Martha Stewart incarnate, minus the chic poncho and clunky ankle bracelet, he knew his mission was clear. He wanted to feed and entertain people! So, David introduced himself to Los Angeles and its cultural and culinary melting pot in early 1996.
David cut his teeth in several catering kitchens in what can only be described as a sink-or-swim environment. He catered private parties on the side and began building a clientele as he honed his skills. That eventually led to a job as a private chef in Beverly Hills and soon after he ventured into the world of food writing with the publication of his first cookbook, KidShape Café (Rutledge Hill Press) in 2005.
David is the host and Creative Food Director of the hit web cooking series Good Bite, the author of the popular food blog Forking Delicious and his latest cookbook, Boy Eats World! A Private Chef Cooks Simple Gourmet, (Lake Isle Press) is all about having fun in the kitchen and strives to demystify cooking for a generation that grew up playing Atari, and whose idea of cooking is a microwave dinner or Chinese take-out. David’s refreshing, often humorous style and easy to follow recipes will help even the most timid cook feel like a kitchen rock star!
Cindy Schwanke is the full time culinary instructor at College of the Canyons. She has helped grow the culinary program into a well respected, competitive culinary establishment. She has done various cooking workshops, community service projects and fundraisers to promote the college and the culinary program.
Cindy’s first love is pastry. She has worked in bake shops for over 20 years. She started in retail bakeries, then moved on to working in hotel, restaurant and catering kitchens.
Cindy has worked at Hyatt Hotels, Four Seasons Hotel, Smash box Studios, Spago restaurant and retail outlets. Cindy has her degree in Culinary Food Management. Her specialty is pastry and has won numerous medals in pastry competitions.
Cindy is a member of the American Culinary Federation and travels around the state promoting the pastry arts. “Everyone asks me why I became a pastry chef. I think it is because my fondest memories are when I was a little girl, my great grandfather and great grandmother would chop huge sugar blocks into small cubes for their daily coffee. This ritual would take place every Sunday morning at the breakfast table. This memory inspired me to work with sugar”.Cindy is a blogger for the popular site, Scene in SCV and is currently working jon the Capital Campaign commitee to raise funds for a new Culinary Arts Building on the Valencia Campus.
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Presents the 3rd Annual
SAVE THE DATE!
APRIL 9, 2011
THE TOURNAMENT PLAYERS CLUB @ VALENCIA
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SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL OF OUR SPONSORS:
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SCVYP Board Member, Jerry Citarella is launching his very first book, The Truth Helps – Your Guide to a Successful Financial Planning Experience offers priceless information as you take one of the most important journeys you will ever take in your life — the one toward your financial security.
To celebrate…you are invited to a launch party, December 4th … don’t miss it!
Cocktails & Meet The Author – 6PM
Live Entertainment – 7PM
Be entertained by some of the top musicians in the industry.
- Tony Boyd & True School All Stars (Click here view video)
- With Special Guest Singer Ms. Monet (Click here view video)
- Stand-up Comic Nehl Bobal (Click here view video)
$10 per person as a 100% donation toward local charities:
SCV Youth Project and American Cancer Society / SCV Relay For Life
15% of all book sales made prior to and at the event also benefit the same charities.
For more information on Jerry and his business and his new book … click here
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