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Clean Hands Jingle Contest
Written by Voices Inc 15 August 2008
Winner gets $2500 Educational Scholarship.  Think you can write a :30 second jingle?  The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is encouraging children to wash their hands to ... read more >>
LA’s Leaders Bring Summer Jobs to Area Youth
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 31 July 2008
Colgate-Palmolive and Ralphs Grocery Company join speaker Karen Bass, Deputy Mayor Larry Frank, and Councilmember Janice Hahn in supporting youth employment and training School is out and thousands of ... read more >>
Free Lectures and Art Adventures for Families Held Daily
Written by Cheryl Tillman Lee (Family Editor) 31 July 2008
The museum presents programming and examines conservation issues from around the world Performances and Film The rich performance and film schedule includes dance, music, film, video, and spoken word. ... read more >>
Junior Fire Cadet Program a Success
Written by Cheryl Tillman Lee (Family Editor) 24 July 2008
As our youth face the unpredictable future, they do so with the help of those who have gone on before them. Whatever they do to prepare for their future, it is helpful for them to be able to hear, see ... read more >>
50 Year High School Reunion Set
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 24 July 2008
John C. Fremont classes of Winter/Summer 1958 will celebrate their 50th Class Reunion on Saturday, July 26, at the Los Angeles Airport Sheraton Gateway Hotel. The Continentals and Elitians classes ... read more >>
Project Impact Enriches Lives of At-Risk Children and Families
Written by Myra Blackburn, Sentinel Intern 24 July 2008
Just like it takes a village to a raise child, it takes a community organization like Project Impact to steer at-risk children and families in the right direction. In 1986, Pastor Matthew Harris, executive ... read more >>
Family Reunion Season
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 24 July 2008
This family reunion season address your family’s kidney health kidney disease and the African American community Family reunions are filled with joy, laughter and lots of family fun. It’s ... read more >>
Students Receive $42,000 in College Scholarships
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 24 July 2008
Twenty-one African American high school seniors received $2,000 college scholarships from Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) of Southern California.  These students were recently honored at ... read more >>
School Buses Get Environmental Makeover
Written by City News Service 17 July 2008
CNS - Almost $68 million in voter approved state bond funds will be used to make Southland school bus fleets environmentally friendly, it was announced. More than $47 million of the funding from Proposition ... read more >>
USC Cardiologist Program Loses Accreditation
Written by City News Service 17 July 2008
CNS - The program to train cardiologists at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center has been stripped of its national accreditation by the Chicago-based Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, ... read more >>
Wanted: Single or Married Adults
Written by Ra’Kenna Joseph, Sentinel Intern 10 July 2008
 Foster mother Mollie Jelks with children, Kendra, 12, Amy 10, Tyler, 9, and Sean, 6.Children’s Bureau hosts upcoming Foster Care and Adoption Orientation “My heart jumped for ... read more >>
It’s All About ‘Healing’
Written by Lady Phelencia 03 July 2008
On Saturday, June 28, at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles, California, The Horton Theatre Group presented a thought-provoking, heart-wrenching, soul-stirring production entitled, “I’m ... read more >>
Wedding Dress Become Keepsake if Cared For
Written by Cheryl Tillman Lee (Family Editor) 26 June 2008
Preserving the wedding dress and bouquet can give the bride nostalgic pleasure in future years, especially if they are cared for right after the nuptials. The Wedding Dress. Get the gown to the dry ... read more >>
Preventing the Unwelcome Side Effects of Chemotherapy
Written by Sentinel News Service 26 June 2008
A cancer diagnosis — whether it’s yours or a loved one’s — can be one of the most frightening moments in life. Most people faced with cancer feel anxiety and fear about the disease ... read more >>
‘Operation Splash’ Kicks off Youth Swimming Program
Written by Sentinel Staff Writer 26 June 2008
8,000 participants at 35 pools gain access to healthy activity, learn water safety, and gain job training through Kaiser Permanente’s $1.5 million program Kaiser Permanente and the City of Los ... read more >>
Cyber-Surfing Gives Everyone Easy Access to History
Written by ARA Content 19 June 2008
History is making history on the World Wide Web. With a click of the mouse, lifelong historians and those who just caught the history bug are taking to the Internet in record numbers to explore its nearly ... read more >>
NAACP Youth Council Holds Successful Event
Written by Cheryl Tillman Lee (Family Editor) 19 June 2008
In keeping up with their reputation of class, culture and dignity, The Los Angeles NAACP Youth Council held their 2008 Men of Valor Awards Luncheon at the Torrance Marriott Hotel on Saturday, June 14. ... read more >>
Links Achievers Pass the Baton
Written by Shirlee Taylor Haizlip 19 June 2008
More than 122,450 was awarded in scholarships at this year’s event The message that the Angel City Links has constructed has been received and passed on to those to whom much has been given, ... read more >>
Preschool Program to Help Foster Kids
Written by City News Service 19 June 2008
CNS - Free preschool will be offered to children living in foster and relatives’ homes in Los Angeles County, said Los Angeles Universal Preschool officials. LAUP will offer the free service ... read more >>
Community Groups Host a College Advisement Day
Written by Sentinel News Service 19 June 2008
In an effort to improve the college admission prospects for students attending inner city schools. the Friends of the Hyde Park/Miriam Matthew Library, in conjunction with several community groups is ... read more >>
FDA: Older Psych Drugs have Fatal Risks in Seniors
Written by Matthew Perrone, Associated Press 19 June 2008
The Food and Drug Administration warned doctors Monday that prescribing a certain group of psychiatric drugs to seniors suffering from dementia can increase their risk of death. Antipsychotic drugs are ... read more >>
Fathers Day Still Difficult But Son’s Legacy Helps Him Cope
Written by Jennifer Bihm (Contributing Writer) 12 June 2008
It’s still hard for Herbert Lewis to find solace five years after his son was murdered. Fathers Day is the hardest, he said. The only thing that gives him some comfort is the fact that Devron helped ... read more >>
Father’s Day in the Obama Household
Written by Brian W. Carter (Staff Writer) 12 June 2008
As Father’s Day approaches, one can imagine what the day will mean in the household of Senator Barack Obama, his wife Michelle and daughters Malia and Natasha (“Sasha”). To millions ... read more >>
Crenshaw Students Take Second Prize at Regional Business Competition
Written by Jennifer Bihm (Contributing Writer) 05 June 2008
Autumn Taylor, 18 and Ariana Drummond, 18 both of Crenshaw High School, placed second out of 600 L.A. students for their Groovy Smoothie idea in the National Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship ... read more >>
ICEF Names School for Miss Lee
Written by Sentinel News Service 05 June 2008
ICEF Public Schools will name its View Park Prep charter elementary school in honor long-time teacher assistant Frankie Lee at their West Los Angeles campus on Monday June 9. Affectionately known as Miss ... read more >>

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