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Mountain Views News Saturday, January 12, 2013




The first week of the winter class session has begun. There 
are 25 youth and 39 adult classes offered this session. Classes 
offered vary from youth Lego, soccer, ballet and drawing to 
adult classes including zumba, pilates, mommy fitness, guitar 
and a beer and bread making class. 

To sign up, please call Community Services at (626) 256-8246.

Children's Storytime begins at the Library


The Library has resumed the weekly Children’s Storytime. Baby Storytime, for six to 24 months 
and a caregiver, is every Tuesday at 10:15a.m.; Time for Twos, for two year olds, is every Tuesday at 
10:45a.m.; and Munchkin Storytime, for three to five year olds, is every Wednesday at 10:45a.m. 

For additional information, please contact the Library at (626) 256-8274.

Senior Stretch and Chair Yoga at the Community Center


Seniors are invited to attend a weekly senior stretching / chair yoga class. The class is held every Monday 
at 1 p.m., at the Community Center, and is $2 per class. The class meets for approximately one 
hour and uses stretching techniques geared towards seniors over 50; however is great for anyone in 
need of a good stretching routine. The class focuses on stretching exercises. All techniques are easy 
on the joints and are geared to prevent falls. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing 
and shoes and to bring a towel and bottle of water. 

For additional information, please contact Community Services at (626) 256-8246.

MAP Neighborhood Leaders & Neighborhood Watch Captains...


Neighborhood Leaders and Neighborhood Watch Captains will be joining together on Thursday, 
January 17 to eat, meet and get some tips on working together for safe neighborhoods in 2013! 



Mayor Mary Ann Lutz will deliver the Annual State of the City 
Address hosted by the City of Monrovia on January 28, 2013, 
7p.m. at the Krikorian Premiere Theatre in Old Town Monrovia. 

To RSVP for the event, please call (626) 932-5555 x1401. Space is 
limited and seating will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Following the event, the speech will be available on the City of 
Monrovia website and on KGEM TV.

Mayor Lutz


Wednesday, January 16, 2013

7:00pm – 8:30pm

The Monrovia Arcadia Duarte Town Council cordially 
invites you to attend our upcoming meeting which is 
now scheduled on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. 
Please join us and meet your Town Council members 
and learn more about the resources and information 
available in our community. 

Representatives from the following offices will be 
available to provide reports and answer your questions:

. Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich
. Temple Sheriff’s Station
. Duarte & Live Oak Public Libraries

We look forward to seeing you!

Please join us on Facebook

P.O. Box 893 / Monrovia, CA 91017


Dr. Terrence James Roberts, one of the famed Little Rock Nine of African American students, whose 
enrollment in Little Rock High School in 1957 sparked a racial confrontation that led to one of the 
most important events in the African American Civil Rights movement, will speak to students and 
other community members in Duarte on Jan. 17. 

 Roberts will recount the historic event at a Community Remembrance program honoring 
the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., beginning at 9 a.m. at the Duarte Performing Arts Center. 
In addition to Dr. Roberts, the event will also showcase a performance by the Duarte Teen Center 
Drama Club and the announcement of the annual Martin Luther King Essay contest winner. 

 Also in honor of the memory of Dr. King, Duarte’s Promise – The Alliance for Youth and 
approximately 40 Duarte High School leadership volunteers planted flowers and shrubbery at the 
entrance of the new Duarte High School Stadium. The beautification project was sponsored by the 
Volunteer Center of the San Gabriel Valley. 

 For more information, contact Duarte’s Promise at (626) 357-7931, ext. 267.

Monrovia Police Blotter

During the last seven-day period, the Police Department handled 405 service events, resulting in 84 
investigations. To see a complete listing of crimes reported, see crime mapping.

For Police Department news and information, visit our website and follow us on Twitter for police 

Bomb Threat - Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) Office

January 8 at 10:35 a.m., the ABC office in the 200 block of East Huntington received a phone call 
from a male subject who was upset about losing his ABC license. He had the wrong state office, but 
he still threatened to blow the place up. The building was evacuated along with several nearby buildings. 
Police and fire department personnel searched the building for any possible packages or devices. 
No suspicious items were found and the building was cleared. The California Highway Patrol will be 
investigating the incident. 

Receiving Stolen Property - Suspect Arrested

January 9 at 8:20 p.m., an officer on patrol stopped a vehicle in the 100 block of West Duarte for a 
traffic violation. During a search of the vehicle, a backpack containing 36 Macy's gift cards, three 
laptop computers, and a Visa card in another subject's name were found. The suspect was arrested 
for receiving stolen property, and a computer check revealed that the suspect was a parolee-at-large. 

Theft From a Vehicle

January 9 at 9:08 p.m., a theft from a vehicle parked in a parking lot in the 500 block of South Mountain 
was reported to police. While the victim was in a business at the location, an unknown suspect 
stole an iPod from her unlocked vehicle. The investigation is continuing. 

Vehicle Burglary

January 9 at 9:23 p.m., a vehicle burglary was reported from a business parking lot in the 700 block of 
East Huntington. The victim's wallet was stolen from inside his vehicle while he was in the business. 
The victim reported that his vehicle was locked. There were no signs of forced entry. The investigation 
is continuing.