Mountain Views News, Combined Edition Saturday, May 7, 2022

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South Pasadena Asian 

American & Pacific Islander 

Heritage Month Celebration 

DATE: Saturday, May 21, 2022TIME: 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Garfield Park (1000 Park Avenue)
The South Pasadena Chinese-American Club (SPCC) andthe City of South Pasadena are proud to host a free AsianAmerican & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage MonthCelebration! Featuring activity booths, entertainment, food 
and drink, demos, art installations, and more. Stop by andsay hello at the Library information table for a story readingand to preregister for Summer Reading Program. For moreinformation, email or visit: spcc-web. 

Spring Term of the MastersSeries at the Senior Center 

The theme will be museums and explain the 
American Art Museums history behind them. Shealso will describe some of

and Collectors The U.S. is 

the colorful art-collector

home to some of the most 

personalities as well as

renowned art collections 

museums’ architecture and

and distinctive art 


collectors in the world.

 The cost for this six-week 
course of The Masters Series,

A second opportunity for a 

which embraces lifelong

spring term of The Masters 

learning, is only $75 for

Series, with the theme 

members of the Pasadena

American Art Museums and 

Senior Center and $90 for

Collectors, will be presented 


by the Pasadena Senior 

To register for the onsite

Center Tuesdays, May 24 to 

or Zoom events, visit:

June 28, from 2 to 4 p.m. via

Zoom as well as onsite at the 

and click on Lectures &


Classes, then Masters Series

Art historian Katherine E. 

Lifelong Learning. Everyone

Zoraster, whose specialty 

who registers for the Zoom

is art of the western world 

events will receive email

from the Renaissance to 

instructions for joining each

the 20th century, will lead 

week’s Zoom class online.

the multimedia sessions

 For more information, call

with examples of some of 


America’s more notable art 

Golf Tournament in Full Swing

 Pasadena Humane’s 23rd of the pot along with $250 

annual Doglegs, Birdies & worth of instant win scratch-

Eagles golf tournament is set off lottery tickets. The winner 

to take place Monday, June will be announced during

20 at beautiful Oakmont the Celebration Dinner but 

Country Club in Glendale. does not need to be present.

 Even if you’re not a golfer, There will also be an online 

you can still join the “par-auction during the week of 

tee”! Show your support by the event. Details will be 

joining Pasadena Humane’s given closer to the event. 

Celebration Dinner or by For more information, visit 

participating in the Online 

Auction and Raffle Drawing. or contact Special Events 

Supporters can also Manager Charlotte Lacey at 

purchase raffle tickets for clacey@pasadenahumane. 

a chance to win a portion org or 626.792.7151 ext 284. 

Sports Competitions Set ForPasadena Senior Games 

Registration is now open for the 28th Pasadena Senior Games, aseries of competitive sporting events ranging from archery to trackand field in May, June and July.
Upcoming competitions are available for registration by athletes,
from beginners to seasoned contenders, and spectators arewelcome. 
Events are in alphabetical order:
Archery – Saturday and Sunday, July 9 and 10, at Conejo ValleyArchers Tournament Range in Simi ValleyBowling – Saturday and Sunday, July 9 and 10, at Jewel City Bowlin Glendale 
Cycling – Tuesday and Wednesday, June 21 and 22, at El DoradoEast Regional Park in Long BeachDisc golf – Saturday, June 18, at Hahamongna Watershed Park inPasadena 
5K fun walk – Sunday, June 26, at the Rose Bowl Loop in PasadenaGolf – Wednesday, June 8, at Brookside Golf Club in PasadenaPickleball – Saturday and Sunday, May 21 and 22 at Arcadia TennisCenter 
Power walk (road) – Sunday, June 26, at the Rose Bowl Loop inPasadena 
Power walk (track) – Saturday, June 4, at Occidental College inEagle RockRace walk (road) – Sunday, June 26, at the Rose Bowl Loop inPasadena 
Race walk (track) --- Saturday, June 4, at Occidental College in 
Eagle RockRoad race – Sunday, June 26, at the Rose Bowl Loop in PasadenaSoftball (coed) – Friday and Saturday, June 17 and 18, at PetersonPark and Pantera Park in Diamond Bar 
Softball (women) – Saturday and Sunday, July 16 and 17, at LittleLake Park in Santa Fe SpringsSwimming – Sunday, June 5, at Rose Bowl Aquatics Center inPasadena 
Table tennis – Saturday, August 6, at Pasadena Senior CenterTennis – Monday and Tuesday, May 23 and 24, at Arcadia TennisCenter in Arcadia 
Track and field – Saturday, June 4, at Occidental College in Eagle 

For detailed flyers about each competition, including rules,
individual and team registration forms and team roster forms, visit: and click on Activities & Events, then 
Senior Games, then Sport Events or call 626-685-6755.
There also will be a Celebration of Athletes party Friday, June 24, atthe Pasadena Senior Center. 
All sports are open to adults 50 to 99+. Previous competitiveexperience is not required, and no other qualifications arenecessary. To register, visit andclick on Activities & Events, then Senior Games.
The Pasadena Senior Games were canceled in 2020 and 2021 due 
to COVID. 

South Pas Virtual Workshop'Creating Autobiog Comics' 

spplhn to register for this event.

 June is Pride Month, a time to In this virtual primer on 
observe the history and culture autobiographical comics 
of the LGBTQIA+ community. participants are the protagonists 
In celebration of Pride Month, of their next comic. They will 
the South Pasadena Public explore the experiences that 
Library is hosting a free, virtual defined and changed them, 
workshop, titled “Creating design a cartoon version of 
Autobiog Comics” with graphic themselves, and learn how 
novelist Hazel Newlevant. to turn their treasured and 
This event will take place on embarrassing memories into 
Thursday, June 2nd, at 5:00 p.m. stories to share with others. This 
on Zoom. Visit workshop will be approximately

one hour long and is intended 

for older teens and adults.

 Hazel Newlevant is Portland-
raised, Brooklyn-basedcartoonist. Their comics include 
If This Be Sin, a collection ofcomics about queer womenexpressing themselves throughmusic; Sugar Town, a comicjourney through the delightsand disappointments of 
multiple lovers; and No IvyLeague, a graphic memoir aboutHazel Newlevant’s awakening 
to the racial insularity of the 
upper class, the power of whiteprivilege, and the hidden historyof segregation in Portland. Theyedited and published ChainmailBikini, an anthology of comicsby and about female gamers,
and Comics for Choice, ananthology of comics about 
reproductive rights. Newlevant’scomics have been honored with 
the Ignatz Award, Xeric Grant,
and the Prism Comics QueerPress Grant.

 This program is made possibleby the generous support of theFriends of the South Pasadena 
Public Library. The Libraryis located at 1100 OxleyStreet in South Pasadena. For 
information about services and 
programs, visit the website is at:
The Library is open Monday,
Friday, Saturday 10:00 a.m.–

6:00 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday 10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
and Sunday 1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m. 
Upon request made no later thanfour (4) business days beforethe event, the City will providea reasonable accommodation 
for a qualified person with adisability to have equal accessto the event. Please call (626)
403-7312 or fill out the City’s 
request form available at www. and emailthe form to Human Resources 

The following is a summaryreport of the key incidentshandled by the San Marino 
Police Department during thereporting period from April 24to April 30.
Sunday, April 24

1:32 A.M. / 23152 (A) (DrivingUnder the Influence)
1700 Huntington Drive.
A DUI checkpoint lead to 
the arrest of Guzman, Jhilma.
Guzman was later released on 
an own recognizance citationand ordered to appear at theAlhambra Superior Court.
9:36 A.M. / Municipal CodeViolation 
2300 block of Roanoke Road. 
Officers were dispatched to 
the above location regarding 
a municipal code violation, 
construction on Sundays.
The construction workers 
were ordered to stop, and the 
report forwarded to Code 
11:02 A.M. / CVC 12500(a)
& CVC 22450(a) Stop SignViolation 
Huntington Drive / ShenandoahRoad. 
Officers conducted a traffic stopon a vehicle that ran a stop sign.
Upon further investigation, itwas determined that the diver 
did not have a valid driver’s 
license. He was issued an own 
recognizance citation and 
ordered to appear at AlhambraSuperior Court.
10:07 A.M. / 902T (Non injuryTraffic Collision)
Huntington Drive / CambridgeRoad. 
P-2 was traveling westbound onHuntington Drive and collidedwith P-1 who was travelingsouthbound on Cambridge 
11:58 P.M. / PursuitLos Robles Avenue / Old MillRoad. 
Officers were notified of a stolen 
vehicle in the above area. The 
vehicle was described as a 4 
door, Blue in color HyundaiElantra. Because the vehicle 
failed to yield, a pursuit ensued.
Due to the vehicle traveling at ahigh rate of speed, traveling withno headlights on, and failing tostop at three clearly posted stopsigns, the officer canceled thepursuit.
Monday , April 25

8:11 A.M. / CVC 12500 (Drivingwithout a license)
Huntington Drive / VirginiaRoad. 
An officer conducted a traffic 
enforcement stop on a vehiclethat was traveling at a high 
rate of speed. Upon further 
investigation, the driver had notbeen issued a driver’s license. 
He was issued an own recognizecitation and ordered to appearat Alhambra Court. 
10:38 A.M. / PropertyDestruction 
2200 Block of Huntington 
The reporting party asked 
for several hand guns to bedestroyed.
10:51 A.M. / CVC 12500 
(Driving without a license)
Huntington Drive / Los Robles 
Upon assisting a disabled 
motorist, officers determinedthe driver, was driving without alicense. He was released with an 
own recognizance citation.
11:49 A.M. / PC 470 (Forgery)
2200 Huntington Drive.
Courtesy report mailed in for 
Visalia Police Department.
11:54 A.M. / 902T (Non-InjuryTraffic Collision)
San Gabriel Boulevard /
Gainsborough Drive, Pasadena,
Courtesy report mailed in for 
Tuesday, April 26 

3:36 P.M. / CVC 14601.2 
(Driving while driver’s license issuspended)
San Marino Avenue / LorainRoad. 
An officer conducted a traffic 
stop at the above location fora high rate of speed. Uponfurther investigation, the driver,
revealed she was driving with asuspended driver’s license. She 
was issued a San Marino Police 
Department own recognizancecitation and ordered to appearat Alhambra Court at a later 
3:42 P.M. / CVC 20001 (Hit andRun with Injury)
Los Robles Avenue / MissionStreet. 
P-2 was stopped at a red light 
in the southbound lane of 
Los Robles Avenue at Mission 
Street. When the intersection 
light turned green she was rearended by P-1 (Unknown), who 
was driving a Toyota sedan. 
P-2 proceeded southbound onLos Robles Avenue and pulled 
over at a red curb. P-2 watched 
P-1 turn westbound on Mission 
Street, stop for a few secondsand then drive off westbound 
on Mission Street. San Marino 
Fire Department was requestedto medically inspect P-2 for herinjuries.

7:50 P.M. / PC 243 (e)(1)
(Domestic Violence)
2900 Huntington Drive.
Officers responded to the 2900 
block of Huntington Drive 
in regards to a call for serviceof a female hitting a youngermale. Officers responded tothe location and took a male 
and female subject into policecustody. Officers observed 
obvious lacerations to the face of 
both parties. After questioningofficers determined both partiesto have been engaged in aphysical altercation.
Wednesday, April 27

6:05 P.M. / Documentation1100 Block of Sherwood Road. 
Officers assisted SMFD 
regarding an 82-year-old femalewho fell off a ladder. 
6:11 P.M. / 902T (Traffic 
Collision with Injury)
1600 Rose Avenue. 
P-1 caused the traffic collision 
by violating California VehicleCode Section 22107, unsafeturning movement by veeringinto P-2 vehicle. 
7:49 P.M. / 215(Carjacking)
211(Robbery) 273.5(Domestic 
Violence) 10851(A) (Vehicle 
1600 Los Robles Avenue. 
Victim and Suspect (exboyfriend) 
were in a verbalargument parked in the Victim’svehicle. Victim asked the 
suspect to leave her alone and 
exit the vehicle. The suspectdid not comply, and took theVictim’s cell phone and vehicleby force. The then fled the area 
with the victim’s vehicle without 
consent driving southbound onLos Robles Avenue out of sight.
Thursday, April 28

6:12 A.M. / Arson200 Block of San Marino 
Supplemental Report for SMFD.
2:22 P.M. / 902T (Traffic 
Collision with Injury)
Huntington Drive / Los Robles 
P-1 caused the collision in 
violation of C.V.C. 22107 - No 
person shall turn a vehicle froma direct course or move right orleft upon a roadway until suchmovement can be made with 
reasonable safety and then onlyafter the giving of an appropriatesignal in the manner providedin this chapter in the event anyother vehicle may be affected bythe movement. 
2:18 P.M. / CVC 23152 (B)
(Driving Under the Influence)
1700 Block of Los Robles 
Officers were dispatched to theabove location for a parkingproblem. Upon arrival, officer’scontacted the driver who 
was sitting in the front seat.
The driver displayed signsof intoxication and failed to 
perform the standardized filedsobriety tests. He was placedunder arrest and transported toPasadena Jail for housing.
Friday, April 29

2:31 P.M. / Found Bike1700 Huntington Drive.
Officers were dispatcher to 
Valentine Elementary Schoolfor a found bicycle.
8:08 P.M. / CVC 14601.2(a)
(Suspended/Revoked for DUI)
Los Robles Avenue / Wilson 
An officer conducted a traffic 
stop at the above location,
and after a records check the 
driver, He was discovered to bedriving on a suspended driverlicense. He was issued an own 
recognizance citation and 
released without incident. 
Saturday, April 30

11:50 A.M. / PC 470 (Forgery)
1600 block of Rubio Drive. 
An unknown subject endorsedand cashed the victim’s check at 
an unknown bank location. 
4:57 P.M. / PC 594 (Vandalism)
Ridgeway Road / Roanoke 
An Officer observed a parked 
vehicle with glass on the 
ground near the rear driver 
side window. After locating theowner of the vehicle, he statedthat when he parked his vehicleit was free from damage anddoors were locked. The victim 
advised there was no loss from 
the vehicle. 
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