CURRENT COMMUNITY ARTICLES
As we go to print with our October, 2017 issue, our world is going through so much. A massive earthquake just hit Mexico City causing great loss of life, Hurricane Maria is slamming into the Caribbean Islands, Houston, Texas is under water with recent floods leaving...read more
The SCV Education Foundation will be celebrating its 25th year of Principal for a Day event on Friday, October 13. Participants will spend the morning with a Principal or Administrator of their choice from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. A catered lunch at the Santa Clarita Centre...read more
Child & Family Center will present its 14th annual Kid Expo, Sunday, October 15 at Golden Valley High School, 27051 Robert C. Lee Parkway in Canyon Country, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital is the title sponsor. Kid expo is the largest...read more
For local non-profit Circle of Hope and its array of clients battling cancer, October is much more than Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Years back, while arranging the month’s events on the organization’s calendar, board members noticed that the group was close to...read more
Circle of Hope, Inc., is dedicated to finding ways to help Santa Clarita’s cancer patients. National Breast Cancer Awareness Month brings 31 new opportunities to raise awareness and much-needed financial hope to our community of those fighting this disease. Here are...read more
ABOUT THE MAGAZINE The Magazine of Santa Clarita has set a high standard for excellence in advertising for over 25 years. A family owned and operated business, The Magazine of Santa Clarita has grown with the Santa Clarita Valley...read more
Being in the service of other’s is no easy career. It’s a choice that can come with extremely long hours, and require a tremendous amount of hard work. Each year the nomination committee must review dozens of individuals that deserve the honor of being a SCV 40 Under...read more
As the demand for affordable and accessible healthcare services continues to rise and the number of uninsured individuals and families remain as a result of unemployment, homelessness, and other economic disadvantages, Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers, Inc. (SDFHC)...read more
Heart disease and stroke survivors along with community members take the fight against America’s leading killers to the Heart Walk on November 4. Santa Clarita locals Kelsey Muir and Jasmine Winning share more than a beautiful smile. The Santa Clarita locals are both...read more
Nominees Announced for 2017 – VIA Awards Celebrating the diversity and accomplishments of its members, the Valley Industry Association recognizes the contributions made within its ranks.
Nominations were announced for the Valley Industry Association’s 2017 VIA Awards to be presented at the VIA BASH gala on Friday, October 27 at the Hyatt Regency Valencia. Each year, VIA celebrates the diversity and accomplishments of its members. Awards are given to...read more
It’s hard to think about fall and winter when we are still experiencing warm days. It’s difficult to find anything other than jackets and sweaters in the retail stores. Luckily, at Assistance League Resale, we constantly get extremely good quality clothing from all...read more
Santa Clarita’s 13th Annual Patriot Day Event was held on Saturday, September 9 at College of the Canyons Student Cafeteria in Valencia, a new venue this year. Hosted by Prayer Angels for the Military and COC’s Veteran’s Resource Center, in remembrance of 9/11,...read more
The Sons of the American Legion (S.A.L.) Squadron 507 proudly present the 4th Annual Hot Rods 4 Heroes Car & Motorcycle Show on Sunday October 8, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Featuring over 100 amazing cars, trucks, motorcycles and other unique participants, we also...read more
Oak Tree Gun Club is Southern California’s premier shooting facility. Nestled between Interstate 5 and the Santa Susana Mountains in the Santa Clarita Valley, located on 100 acres of privately owned land, this family run business operates a state-of-the art shooting...read more
Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley Improving the Lives of Women through Service, Advocacy and Awareness.
Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley continues to engage members to support established projects and programs such as LifeForward free workshops designed to empower and provide sustainability for women; Girls Robotics that helps girls learn Science, Technology,...read more
Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital is pleased to announce that Ray Moss has been named Vice President and Chief Information Officer at the hospital. Moss is responsible for overseeing information services including applications, informatics, network, communications,...read more
Gilchrist Farm is excited to announce the second Pumpkin Patch and Harvest Festival this October beginning Saturday, September 30 through Halloween, daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. We have some exciting new offerings this year! After it seemed that everyone was looking...read more
Save the Date for Sunset in the Vineyard Join Assistance League® Santa Clarita for their 10th Annual Sunset in the Vineyard
“Sunset in the Vineyard is a celebration of the best of the Santa Clarita Valley – a generous, giving community, excellent local wineries and craft food vendors, and gracious hosts with a stunning backyard” – Marlee Lauffer, Foundation President, Henry Mayo Newhall...read more
I have been cooking since I was maybe seven or eight years old. It started with breakfast at my Grandma Rosie’s Cooking School. Each Summer a grandchild was given the opportunity to learn to cook at grandma’s house. It was two weeks of specialized cooking for kids....read more
Eggnog, tinsel and menorahs may not be topics of discussion while still enduring the summer heat-- but here are some valid reasons to plan your holiday today instead of tomorrow. • Venues, such as the Paseo Club in Valencia, fill up FAST. In addition to competing with...read more
The Empowering HeArts Planning Committee is hard at work planning Single Mothers Outreach (SMO) eighth annual, fundraising gala set to take place Saturday, February 10, 2018 at the Savia Community Center. Empowering HeArts celebrates inspirational women in the...read more
The 14th Annual Circle of Hope Tea is just around the corner! “Tea for Two: A Salute to Our Favorite Twosomes” is the theme for this year’s traditional afternoon tea, being held on Saturday, October 7, 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Sand Canyon Country Club’s beautiful...read more
This month marks an exciting milestone for the premier arts and entertainment district in Santa Clarita. Old Town Newhall is one step closer to offering even more opportunities for culture, movies, parking and an all-around good time! It is all taking place on one...read more
Many families have become household names in the American psyche: The Cleavers, The Bradys, The Huxtables, The Simpsons - but few have been as much fun as The Addams Family. Since its beginnings as a single panel cartoon, many of which appeared in The New Yorker, the...read more
Remember the day you would wear your costume to school with a mind not set on school, but on going trick or treating? That night your neighborhood came alive with people visiting and handing out candy. You would join with your friends and visit your neighbors, always...read more
City Supports Habitat for Humanity The City of Santa Clarita continued support of Habitat for Humanity’s Santa Clarita CalVet Residential Enriched Neighborhood (REN) and has contributed $350,000 to the development of the community. A formal dedication and check...read more
Circus Vargas embarks on a brand new epic adventure under the big top! Debuting their innovative new production at the Valencia Town Center, performances will run Thursday, October 26th through Monday October 30th! The show: Goggles, gears, and gadgets set the stage...read more
Christmas Care Packages from Santa Clarita - Remembering Local Troops Overseas. Prayer Angels for the Military keeps the community busy during the months of October and November, preparing “holiday packages from home” for our local deployed troops. Getting a special...read more
Be part of the fundraising walk culture and join thousands of area residents in the 2017 Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes movement at Six Flags Magic Mountain on November 4, or in Griffith Park on October 21st, or both. Every dollar raised plays an important role in...read more
Hart District Receives Grants to Teach Personal Finance Hart School District is now the largest district in California teaching the course
Students in the William S. Hart Union High School District now have access to an award-winning personal finance curriculum sponsored by two local businesses. In 2014, Neylan Group International and Heter Family Woodworking started sponsoring Foundations for Personal...read more
We are quickly approaching the culmination of the year-long celebration of our City’s 30th anniversary! It is truly a time to celebrate all the hard-work, dedication, perseverance and passion that took our City from being a tiny portion of Los Angeles County to the...read more
When a Plum Canyon Elementary first grader turns into a mouse, a Meadows Elementary fourth grader becomes a toy soldier, and Arroyo Seco seventh grader morphs into a delicate snowflake, it must be Nutcracker season! Proud to present its annual production of the...read more
A German philosopher once said, “Mostly, it is loss which teaches us about the worth of things.” The loss of a loved one is difficult for everyone, but there are some that take that loss and turn it into something beautiful. 16-year old, Alexandria Grable lost her...read more
Each month I am able to connect with our community through this wonderful column in which I share positive accomplishments, great news and inspiring stories of courageous acts. It has been an amazing six months of sharing the positivity that goes around our City, and...read more
A wonderful winter program and another way for community members to show appreciation to our local military, including active duty, veterans and especially those that are disabled or hospitalized. A heartfelt “thank you” with a simple warm blanket or a scarf and a...read more
Box City is intended to raise money and awareness for Family Promise of SCV and the work they do to help local homeless children and their families. Participants spend the night in a cardboard box at Valencia Heritage Park, to simulate what it might be like if that...read more
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Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital Foundation
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On behalf of all the spiders, ants, rats, and crickets (really all of the insects) of Awesome Town (AKA Santa Clarita), this is a letter of concern: Over the last few years and of more recent, many of our friends and family - roughly 70 million of ‘em - have gone missing. Many others have packed their bags and moved out of here, leaving those who remain to work harder to make a living - invade your home looking for shelter for our little ones, gathering sugar for our queen and her eggs, spinning extra webs to catch dinner. It has come to our attention that you - The Magazine of Santa Clarita are partly to blame for this.
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It is because of this and your “awesomeness” that our populations are dwindling! Homeowners are seeing the ads and calling No Bugs. All we are asking is...stop being so “awesome” and “professional”… you’re really making it hard on all of us!
Extremely concerned about our future,
Mrs. Ant (Uncle could not be here - he too went missing) , Mrs. Widow, Hairy Rat and Jiminy Cricket
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Justin Lopez, Marketing Director Stonefire Grill and Rattlers BBQ
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Lois Bauccio, Child & Family Center Foundation
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Circle of Hope
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Ken Striplin, City of Santa Clarita City Manager
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