Young artist Oak Park youth earns art world recognition -Page 12

Young artist Oak Park youth earns art world recognition -Page 12

Calabasas teen helps American Indians

Ryan Marrinan, 16, of Calabasas is participating this summer in the Landmark Volunteers’ "Running Strong for American Indian Youth" project on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, home to the Oglala Lakota Nation. During his 14 days at Pine Ridge, where the tribe lives in very impoverished conditions, Marrinan will assist with home renovations (carpentry, painting, landscaping), new […]

Counseling available for addictive disorders

The Family Guidance Clinic of Interface Children Family Services has inaugurated a program for individuals dealing with addiction issues. Treatment specialists will provide educational and therapeutic treatment services for drug and alcohol addictive disorders. Services include direct recovery interventions, recovery support, relapse prevention and sponsorship. Basic underlying issues such as attitudes, self-esteem, internal and external pressures, as well as identifying […]

Words of Hope

Words of Hope Vacation from God? This summer many of you will take a vacation. You’ll be away from your church or synagogue. That doesn’t mean you take time from God when you are gone. In the Garden of Eden, Adam and Eve lived in peace and harmony. There was no confusion, no weariness, no exhaustion—only order, joy and intimate […]

Some kids attend summer school to get ahead––and we don’t want a traffic signal

I don’t understand or agree with your position regarding "coddled" high school students that attend summer school. You must not be a parent. We should take pride in youngsters that want to achieve and are willing to put forth effort that’s not required. Seems to me like these young people have attitude/drive that is preparing them to become productive adults—something […]

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