Mountain Views News, Combined Edition Saturday, January 22, 2022

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Mountain View News Saturday, January 22, 2022 
Senate Bill 851 Expands Black History Month Events 
Tournament of Roses 
Financial Support for Low-Cook up a tasty dish with Looking for Volunteers

The City of Pasadena and ingredients from the pantry.income College Students 
the Black History Planning Learn about Creole rice Be a part of America’s NewCommittee annouced they fritters, also known as 

Year Celebration and a long-

The changes reflected in SB will host a wide variety of calas, and how to make 

standing Pasadena tradition

State Senator Anthony 851 will improve affordability 

free family-friendly events them. Cooking supplies are

Portantino introduced Senate students, by attending the Tournament

for low-income this year in celebration of available for pickup from

Bill 851, Tuesday, a measure remove artificial barriers to of Roses Prospective Member

Black History Month. All Hastings Library. Please refer

that strengthens and expands supplemental support, and Receptions on January 27 

events comply with Pasadena to the equipment, ingredients

financial support for low-eliminate discrepancies on how and February 2.
income college students who foster students, parents, and Public Health Department list and confirmation email Join the community of 
choose to attend independent, community college transfer COVID-19 protocols. for further instructions to enthusiastic volunteers who 
nonprofit California colleges students are treated under Support Black-Owned ensure you’re prepared for 

help to produce the Rose 

and universities. the Cal Grant program if they Businesses the lesson. For teens only. 

Parade, Rose Bowl Game

“SB 851 will help California choose to attend an independent Feb. 1-28 Register now to attend. 
prepare and educate our college or university. The Community members are Pasadena People, Places, and and other Tournament of 

Roses events.

workforce, help close the bill also addresses the need 

encouraged to support local Events Shaped by African 

equity gap among our student to restructure the Associate “Come be part of America’s

Black-owned businesses Americans 

population and restore Degree for Transfer targets New Year celebration, seen

during the month of Monday, Feb. 14 - Saturday,

the envisioned role that that are used to set the Cal around the world every year,” 

February and always. Feb. 19

independent colleges and Grant award amounts for Tournament officials said. Live or work within 25 miles 
universities play in serving students attending ICCUs by Take and Make Craft Inspired Take a virtual tour “Our 935 amazing volunteer of Pasadena City Hall (100diverse student bodies,” stated establishing more appropriate by Artist Jean-Michael with local community members will tell you – we Garfield Ave., PasadenaSenator Portantino. “It will metrics. The existing targets Basquiat members as they provide 

don’t give up our New Year’s 91101)

also remove arbitrary limits were made based on several Registration begins Tuesday, information on landmarks, 

– we make it happen.” Be able to purchase a white 
on student access to higher factors including enrollment Feb. 1 educational institutions, 

Tournament of Roses suit

education and provide broad targets that did not take into Let the inspiration of Jean-sports, businesses and other 

volunteer members have the Pay annual dues of $55 -$75

equal opportunity for students account declining enrollment. 

Michel Basquiat’s graffiti areas impacted by Black 

to thrive at institutions of higher “It’s been too long since Cal opportunity to collaborate depending on member level 

street art inspire you to paint Pasadenans. View more 

education across California.” Grant students at nonprofit with other team members in Be available to volunteer

in details, including how to

Under existing law, low-colleges and universities had a self-portrait similar the hands-on planning and each year on and around 

style. Sign up for your kit register.

income California students are access to a strong and stable execution of many events January 1 
excluded from several parts award amount, as their peers at while supplies last. Kits can More Than the Peanut celebrating the New Year. It’s Be available to attend 
of the Cal Grant program if the UC or CSU do,” commented be picked up at San Rafael Thursday, Feb. 24, 4:30 fun, it’s exciting, it’s a great committee meetingsthey attend an independent Kristen Soares, President of Branch Library. p.m., Lamanda Park Branch 

way to meet new people and throughout theyear (typically

California college or university Association of Independent Partners to History: Martin Library 

give back to the community. Mon. – Fri. between 5:30

(ICCU), including the California Colleges and Luther King Jr., Ralph Join us as we learn about 

Requirements for p.m. and 6:30 p.m. at the

supplemental $6,000 award Universities (AICCU). . Our David Abernathy, and the George Washington Carver 

membership Tournament House)

for students with dependent Cal Grant students confront the 

Civil Rights Movement by and complete nature-focused 

children, the supplemental very same challenges as their Be between the ages of 21 For more information visit:

Donzaleigh Abernathy STEAM activities inspired

$6,000 award for current and peers at the public universities and 66 as of January 21, 2021

Saturday, Feb. 5, 2 p.m. on by his life. For ages 6 and up.

former foster youth, and the and deserve access to the Cal 

Zoom Register now to attend.

ability to utilize their California Grant benefits adopted by the 
Community College Transfer state. The Cal Grant is a change-Ralph David Abernathy and Kidpreneur Showcase Expo Holden Helps Fast-Food

Entitlement award. maker in the lives of students Martin Luther King, Jr. were Saturday, Feb. 26, 10 a.m.

SB 851 strengthens and and SB 851 will ensure that all inseparable and together 2 p.m., Robinson Park Sector Strives for Equityexpands the state’s support of California students—no matter helped to establish what Recreation Center 
low-income college students where they choose to attend— would become the modern Held in partnership with 

and federal laws and regulations 

who choose to attend an ICCU 

will have a robust award and American Civil Rights Neighborhood Survants, join In light of Assemblymember that have been instituted to

by restructuring the existing support from the state they call 

Movement. They preached, the first annual “kidpreneur” Lorena Gonzalez’s resignation, require operational changes

framework for Associate home,” she added. 

marched and were frequently event which will celebrate Thursday, Assemblymember on the part of businesses

Degree for Transfer (ADT) SB 851 is sponsored by AICCU, 

jailed together. Donzaleigh and showcase youth ages Chris Holden has taken over to protect employees from

admit targets and Cal Grant which represents more than 

Abernathy, Ralph’s youngest 6-17 for their creativity and authorship of AB-257 Food infection since the onset of 

award amounts to provide a eighty (80) independent 

pathway to future award growth nonprofit colleges and daughter, has written Partners achievement in small business Facilities and Employment the COVID-19 pandemic. 

and several must conduct

for students. It also expands universities in California to History as a testament to and other entrepreneurial announced The Council 

clarifying and substantive research and submit a report to 

eligibility for supplemental that collectively educate the courage, strength and ventures. Youth will have an 

amendments to the measure the Legislature outlining their

Cal Grant support to student over 180,000 undergraduate endurance of these men who opportunity to display, pitch 

that address stakeholder recommendations. parents and foster youth students, including stirred a nation with their and promote their products concerns. California’s fast food “Fast food cooks and cashiers 

who attend an ICCU and the approximately 27,000 Cal Grant moral fortitude. She also and View more and franchisees

services. industry employs over 557,000 local are

California Community College recipients and over 32,000 adult 

pays tribute to the thousands information. Californians. often at the mercy of global

Entitlement Program to allow learners. AICCU institutions 

of unsung heroes—the other Drive-In Movie “As a former franchisee, I know corporations like McDonald’s. 

newly eligible transfer students also enroll over 4,700 new 

partners to this history— Saturday, Feb. 26, 5-10 p.m., that a one size fits all approach AB 257, the FAST Recovery

to use their remaining Cal California Community College 

who were foot soldiers in the Brookside Park Area H, 360 is not the correct step forward,” Act, addresses this imbalance

Grant eligibility at an ICCU. students annually. 

endless struggle for freedom, N. Arroyo Blvd. said Assemblymember Chris of power by bringing workers 
Holden. “We have a chance to lift and franchisees together to

justice and equality. This Free family-friendly drive-in 

raise standards and protections

Altadena Library District document captures in words movie in celebration of Black up small business owners and 

essential workers with AB 257, across the California fast food

Buildings Reopen Monday 
and pictures how the dream History Month. Live music and I look forward to working industry,” said Bob Schoonover,of two visionaries changed begins at 5 p.m., and free, with franchisors, franchisees, SEIU California President and 
the course of American individually-wrapped snacks employee representatives, SEIU 721 Executive Director.

Altadena library staff Additionally, some selected 

history. will be provided to the first and stakeholders to create an “Assemblymember Chris

announced Friday that the programs will be held outdoors 

Register now to attend the 100 cars in attendance. Pre-inclusive solution to move this Holden is uniquely qualified

Main Library and the Bob or virtually. 

Zoom session. registration recommended. bill through the Legislature.” to champion this bill. He

Lucas Memorial Library & Before entering the Altadena 

knows that frontline fast food

Literacy Center buildings will Libraries, please follow these Out of the Pantry: Cooking For more information on AB 257 would resolve 

reopen next week. Beginning guidelines: Class for Teens these and other upcoming longstanding issues in the workers are best-positioned to 
fast-food restaurant sector by help propose and implement

Monday, patrons can browse, Stay home if you are sick with Monday, Feb. 7, 4 p.m. on events, visit cityofpasadena. 

creating a Fast-Food Sector solutions to the issues they face

use a computer, print, and symptoms of COVID, such as 

more. a cough, shortness of breath/ 
Zoom net Council that would promote on the job. And, as a former 
industry wide collaboration franchisee, he knows that local

The libraries also plan will be difficulty breathing, headache, 

and focus efforts on improving fast food operators need more

Pasadena Playhouse to

open with expanded hours. runny or stuffy nose, fever, or 

worker protections and power to make improvements

The Main Library will be open: chills or if you are currently 

standard operating procedures. for their workers and their

Monday & Tuesday: 10:00 a.m. under quarantine or isolation. 

Move to Digital Streaming 

The Council would include businesses. We are confident

– 8:00 p.m. Masks are required when 
state agencies, employers that Assemblyman Holden,

Wednesday – Friday: 10:00 indoors, regardless of In assessing the upcoming Company and Huntington 

and worker representatives with the support of Assembly

a.m. – 6:00 p.m. vaccination status. (Click here co-production of Mike Lew’s Theatre Company to create this 
to ensure an all-inclusive Members Wendy Carrillo,

Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. for the latest mask wearing Teenage Dick, originally planned extraordinary and powerful 

approach. The bill would Evan Low and Luz Rivas willThe Bob Lucas Memorial rules and recommendations). to be performed February 1-27, production and are fortunate to enhance numerous local, state, get this bill over the finish line.” 

Library & Literacy Center will Be considerate and keep your Playhouse staff have proactively have professionally recorded thebe open: distance (about 2 arm lengths) made the decision to move it show a few weeks ago duringMonday – Friday: 10:00 a.m. to from others. to digital streaming, which will the in-person run in Boston. SAN MARINO CRIME BLOTTER 

6:00 p.m. Clean your hands with soap be made available exclusively By streaming the production,
Curbside services will be and water or use hand sanitizer at this they are still honoring our 
available by appointment only. after contact with frequently February. Streaming dates and commitments to pay the artists For the period of Sunday, front of residence. 
Please call (626) 798-0833 for touched surfaces. January 9 through Saturday, Wednesday, January 12

details are to be announced. and crew who have worked so 
an appointment when your For the latest information The Playhouse has joined with hard to make this show happen January 15, 2022, the San 9:54 P.M. / PC 459 – 
hold is ready.” visit: Woolly Mammoth Theatre during these challenging times. Marino Police Department Residential Burglary 

They will be able to bring this responded to 389 calls for 800 Block of San Marino 
show to audiences beyond service. One residential Avenue 
Pasadena, making Teenage Dick burglary, zero commercial Unknown suspect(s) used 
more accessible to more people. burglaries, and zero unknown tool(s) to enter

They currently plan to return 

attempted commercial residence. 

to in-person performances 

burglaries occurred during Thursday, January 13

with our much-anticipated 

the reporting week. The 8:42 A.M. / PC 484 – Petty

run of Ann (March 22 to April

24) written by and starring following is a summary Theft 
Holland Taylor. Tickets will be report of the key incidents 1400 Block of Wilson Avenue 
on sale in the coming weeks for handled by the San Marino Unknown suspect(s) 
this production, freestyle love Police Department during removed property from 
supreme July 12 to August 7, this reporting timeframe. victim’s driveway. 
and one more production to be Sunday, January 9 10:17 A.M. / Lost Propertyannounced. No incidents to report for San Marino Police
When they moved forward 

this date. Department Lobby

with thier 2021 – 2022 Season, 

Monday, January 10 A report was taken for lost 

organizers all understood 

10:15 A.M. / PC 484 – Petty property.
that while getting back to the 

Theft Friday, January 14

stage was vitally important

for our artists, crew, staff, and 2000 Block of Huntington 10:29 A.M. / PC 484 – Petty 
audiences, we would need to be Drive Theft 

flexible in response to the ebb Victim reported that bicycle 2300 Block of Brentford 
and flow of COVID-19 cases in was stolen by unknown Road 
our community. suspect(s). Unknown suspect(s) took 
The Playhouse approach 6:36 P.M. / PC 487 – Grand property from victim’s

has been to take each show 

Theft vehicle.

individually and assess the 

1800 Block of Twin Palms 4:12 P.M. / 901T – Traffic 

environment in the weeks prior 

Drive Collision with Injuries

to opening to see if they could 

Unknown suspect(s) used San Marino Avenue & Euston

safely proceed. they said theywere fortunate that during the unknown tool(s) to remove Road 

run of Head Over Heels, their the catalytic converter from Officers responded to a 
first Mainstage production in the victim’s parked vehicle. traffic collision involving two 
20+ months, they did not have a Tuesday, January 11 vehicles. 
single case of COVID-19 in the 6:34 P.M. / Found Property Saturday, January 15company. 1700 Block of Warwick Road No incidents to report for

Pasadena Playhouse Members 

Unsecured bicycle found in this date. 

and those who have alreadypurchased tickets will be 
contacted in the coming 
weeks with information 
regarding access to the 
streaming production. For 
more information visit: 

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