Mountain Views News, Combined Edition Saturday, May 28, 2022

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Pasadena Celebrates June San Marino Fire Recognized PUSD Superintendent LetterPride Month with Free Events for Covid Pandemic Response after Texas School Shooting


The school shooting in Texas that has taken the lives of 18

The City of Pasadena is set to Thursday, June 16, 5 p.m.,

hold events, including a Pride Zoom elementary school students and a teacher today is horrific. 
Flag Raising, throughout June, • Workshop - Bold Voices, We grieve for the victims, their families, and for the survivors 
LGBT Pride Month. Authentic Choices: Writing whose lives will be forever marked by this senseless crime.

 Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Workshop for Teens But this devastating scene is too familiar, coming on the heels 
and Transgender Pride Explore writing fiction while of the mass shootings in Buffalo and Laguna Woods. 
Month (LGBT Pride Month) incorporating diversity into Schools do a phenomenal job in creating supportiveis celebrated annually in fantasy worlds. Special guest environments on campuses, in making our classrooms 

to commemorate

June the speaker. For ages 12-18. To and playing fields places where learners of every kind are

1969 Stonewall riots and to attend this workshop, sign up 

welcomed. We take safety measures like limiting visitors,

honor work to achieve equal at: 

installing cameras, and hiring safety aides specially trained

justice and equal opportunity Wednesday, June 22, 4-6 p.m.,

for lesbian, gay, bisexual, Zoom to work with children. Since our schools fully reopened for 
transgender and questioning • Community Aid – Outreach in-person learning this year, our teachers, administrators, 
(LGBTQ) Americans. In June at the Boulevard Bar and employees have worked themselves to the bone to bring 
of 1969, patrons and supporters Connect with your community learning and joy to our students. 
of the Stonewall Inn in New and pick-up free giveaways, This awful news breaks our hearts and makes us angry. It’s 

York City staged an uprising to including at-home HIV test time for clear action by lawmakers across the country to 
resist the police harassment and kits. 

do whatever it takes to change our laws and provide the 

persecution to which LGBT 24, 8-10

Friday, June p.m., necessary resources to ensure that something like this never

Americans were commonly Boulevard Bar, 3199 E. Foothill 

happens again. It’s time to keep our children and families

subjected. This uprising marks Blvd. 

safe, whether they’re shopping in Buffalo, attending church

the beginning of a movement • Celebration – Love, Loud & 

to outlaw discriminatory laws Proud in Laguna Woods, or tragically, sitting in their classrooms 
and practices against LGBT Join us as we champion our anticipating the end of the school year and the start of what 
Americans. diverse LGBTQ+ community at should have been a glorious summer.

 The City of Pasadena is the City of Pasadena’s inaugural We know events like these can impact the physical and mental 
celebrating Pride throughout Pride Month Celebration. well-being of our students, staff, and families. We encourage 

June with a variety of virtual Enjoy live entertainment, local you to connect with your friends and family, supporting each 
programs and workshops for food trucks, arts & crafts, 

other and seeking help as it is needed. 

teens and adults as well as free face painting and more with 

This heartbreaking news can surface fears about safety. We

take-and-make creative crafts local LGBTQ organizations, 

Due to significant statewide - No watering on Monday, want to assure you that every single person in Pasadena

and events for all ages. community partners and allies 

drought conditions severely Wednesday, or Friday Unified School District is committed to the safety of our

COMMUNITY EVENTS at this fun, free event. 

reducing water supplies, - Watering is recommended

For all ages to enjoy and Saturday, June 25, 6-8 p.m., students and schools. 

and in accordance with to occur before 9 AM or after

participate in unless otherwise Pasadena City Hall, 100 N. Whatever you or your family are experiencing, we want you 
specified. Garfield Ave. the Governor’s Emergency 8 PM to avoid evaporation to know that you are not alone and that support is available at 

• Ceremony – Pride Flag TAKE & MAKE CRAFTS Drought Declaration, These orders supersede school and in our community. If you or someone you know 
Raising Enjoy fun, free take-and-California American Water all previous watering needs help, here are ways to find support: 
The Progress Pride Flag, make-crafts that are simple and has notified the City of San restrictions. California On-campus:
designed by Daniel Quasar and easy to make. Available while Marino that all customers American Water will be 

Contact your school counselor or therapist 

made in California by the first supplies last. Limited one kit are subject to the below providing communications 

In our community:

Queer-owned flag company, per participant. Kits contain 

water schedule, effective to all resident customers Pasadena Unified School District partnered with Hazel Health

will be raised by Mayor Victor the necessary craft materials 

starting Wednesday. regarding the restrictions, and Care Solace to support our community’s mental health.

Gordo and the Pasadena City and instructions to help guide 

-Outdoor water use limited including a direct mail piece.
Council in front of City Hall. you in creating the craft. Both can help you quickly find mental health treatment 

Join us for a memorable event. Additional household items to 2 days per week Residents can learn more options matched to your needs regardless of circumstances. 
Wednesday, June 1, 12:30 p.m., such as scissors, a stapler, glue - Odd Addresses may water about restrictions by calling Their support is completely confidential and free to Pasadena 

Pasadena City Hall, 100 N. or tape may be needed. on Tuesday and Saturday (626) 614-2536 or visiting Unified School District’s students and staff. 
Garfield Ave. • Craft - Take & Make: Rainbow - Even Addresses may water California American Water If you would like to use Care Solace to help you find a 

• Workshop – Pride @ Melted Crayon Art on Thursday and Sunday at: provider: 
Work(shop) Inspired by the book Red: 
Call 888-515-0595 available 24/7/365 in any language.Presented by Te Jay McGrath A Crayon’s Story by Michael Free June Movies at the Visit: and either search on your 

and the Pasadena Public Health Hall, create rainbow artwork 

own , OR click “Book Appointment” for assistance by video

Department. This interactive using canvas and crayons 
workshop highlights local to celebrate identity, self-Pasadena Senior Center chat, email, or phone. 

organizations and services, acceptance and Pride Month. If you would like to use Hazel Health so your child can speak 

starring Liu Yifei and Donnie

provides context and content For ages 10+. Sign up for your with a doctor or mental health clinician from home visit: 
for implementing affirming kit at: cityofpasadena.libwizard. Friday movie matinees will Yen – Friday, June 10, at or Call 626-436-3825 

practices for LGBTQ+ com/f/crayon while supplies be shown June 3 to 24 at 1 1 p.m. In this live action In an emergency: 
constituents and co-workers. last. Sign-ups begin June 1. Kits p.m. at the Pasadena Senior version of the animated Call 911 or request a Crisis Intervention Trained (C.I.T.)
Learn about gender spectrum, can be picked up at Hastings Center, 85 E. Holly St., Disney classic, a fearless response 
the coming out process, allyship Branch Library, 3325 E. Orange including a classic western, teenage girl disguises herself 

Go to the closest emergency room for support 

and affirmation, creating safe Grove Blvd. retellings of two other classic as a male warrior to take the Text “Hello” or “Home” to 741741 to connect with support 

spaces, and more! Limited to • Craft - Take & Make: Rainbow films and the 2022 Academy place of her ailing father so 

Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273

25 attendees per event. Pride Bracelet 

Award winner for Best he won’t have to go to war in 8255

To attend this Pride workshop, Express your pride with a 

Picture. China’s Imperial Army. The

sign up at: colorful woven friendship English: 800-273-TALK

 Seating will be limited and film was nominated for two

library. bracelet – to wear or give! Español: 888-628-9454 
Thursday, June 16, 2-4 p.m., Sign up for your kit at: registration will be accepted Academy Awards. A little TTYY: 800-799-4889 

Zoom cityofpasadena.libwizard. on a first-come, first-served trivia: Mulan is the central Online chat:

To attend this Pride workshop, com/f/bracelet while supplies basis. Each member of the character in an old Chinese Trevor Lifeline LGBTQQ+ Crisis Support: 1-866-488-7386 
sign up at: last. Sign-ups begin June 1. Kits Pasadena Senior Center may folk tale of the Northern Wei If you have a safety concern:
library. can be picked up at Hill Avenue reserve one additional seat dynasty (386 to 584 AD). If there is an emergency concern: Call 911

Monday, June 20, 2-4 p.m., Branch Library, 55 S. Hill Ave. for a nonmember guest. “West Side Story” (2021, 

If you have a non-emergency concern about school safety:Zoom beginning June 6. “Red River” (1948, NR) PG-13) starring Ansel Elgort Contact: PUSD Student Wellness & Support Services call

• Book Talk -Don’t You Dare: • Craft - Take & Make: Pride 
starring John Wayne and and Rachel Zegler – Friday, 626.396.3600 ext. 88238

Uncovering Lost Love by Gayla Month Rainbow Weaving 

Montgomery Clift – Friday, June 17, at 1 p.m. Stephen

Turner Celebrate your pride with In shared sorrow,

June 3, at 1 p.m. Considered Spielberg’s adaptation of

This compelling story weaves rainbow weaving. Materials Brian McDonald, Ed.D. 
together a current-day journey include a cardboard loom the second greatest Western the 1957 classic explores Superintendent 
of discovery and a true-life love and rainbow colored yarn. of all time by the American forbidden love and the 
story between two women that Perfect for creating a Film Institute, the movie is a rivalry between two teenage 

Holden’s Bills Move Forward 

took place over 100 years ago. rainbow or weaving a unique partly fictionalized account street gangs in New York CityDuring a time when newspaper colorful pattern. For ages of the first cattle drive from with the same music of the in the Legislative Process

headlines and stories didn’t 5+. Sign up for your kit at: Texas to Kansas along the original film composed bymention LGBTQ+ people, cityofpasadena.libwizard. Chisholm Trail. Produced Leonard Bernstein with lyrics A number of that sets a statewide goal 

they loved and lived in the com/f/PPLprideweaving while 

and directed by the legendary by Stephen Sondheim. The Assemblymember Chris of carbon net neutrality no

background of society -supplies last. Sign-ups begin 

Howard Hawks, the film was film received three Golden Holden’s bills passed the later than 2045.

knowing it was too dangerous to on June 21. Kits can be picked 

nominated for two Academy Globe Awards, including Assembly Floor Monday AB 2617 would allow and

do otherwise. All were hidden, up at the Santa Catalina Branch 
just like the wedding photos Library, 999 E. Washington Awards. A bit of trivia: This Best Picture and Best and are now headed to the incentivize local education 

belonging to author Gayla Blvd. was the last movie shown Supporting Actress. A little Senate. The bills include: AB agencies to expand dual 
Turner’s grandmother – Ruby. For more information, visit: in the 1971 film “The Last trivia: Stephen Sondheim 2446 – Embodied carbon enrollment opportunities for 
To attend this presentation, or call (626) Picture Show.” never got to see the world emissions: construction all students, while targetingsign up at: 744-4755. “Mulan” (2020, PG-13) premiere because he passed materials, AB 2617 – underrepresented students 

away just three days before. Pupil instruction: dual and those from low-income 
“CODA” (2021, PG-13) enrollment programs: families, provide resources 
starring Emilia Jones and competitive grants: College to effectively communicate 
Marlee Matlin – Friday, June and Career Access Pathways dual enrollment 
24, at 1 p.m. As a CODA partnerships: best practices: opportunities to students,
(child of deaf adults), Ruby is communication and and ensure that students 
the only hearing person in her marketing strategy, and AB have program support 
family, so when the family’s 2085 – Crimes: mandated in critical areas such as 
commercial fishing business reporters. academic advising. 
is in danger of failing, she “I am glad to report AB 2085 would address 
finds herself torn between that my colleagues the over surveillance and 
attending a prestigious music value the importance of over representation of 
school and her guilt about accountability, transparency families of color in the child 
abandoning her loved ones and equity in education welfare system by reformingfor whom she has always and economic opportunity,” mandated reportingbeen the interpreter. The said Holden. “I am proud to requirements. The bill would 
film received Academy announce that my legislative direct mandated reporters 
Awards for Best Picture, Best package is centered around to use their discretion 
Supporting Actor and Best creating opportunities for and training to determine 
Adapted Screenplay. A little Californians by removing whether families need to 
trivia: To prepare for her barriers of entry in education be reported to child welfare 
role, Emilia Jones spent nine as well as the workforce.” services or if they simply 
months learning American AB 2446 would require need to be connected with 
Sign Language, how to a life cycle assessment community based services. 
operate a fishing trawler and to determine the carbon “Meeting the needs of 
taking singing lessons. intensity of both residential Californians today, requires 
To register for any or all and non-residential us to listen to the needs of 
of the movies or for more buildings in the state. The our communities," Holden 
information, visit: bill would require the Energy said. "I hope to work with my Commission to design the colleagues in the legislature 
and click on Activities & framework to achieve an as these bills move forward 
Events, then Friday Movie eighty percent net reduction in the legislative process,” 
Matinee or call 626-795-in new construction by For more information on 
4331. 2045, which is aligned with these bills visit: a41.asmdc. 
In accordance with updated Executive Order B-55-18 org. 
Pasadena Public Health 

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, on 
May 18, recognized the San Marino Fire Department for 
the sacrifices of emergency medical services personnel to 
ensure a safe environment during the COVID-19 pandemic. 
The certificate was accepted by Captain Jason Sutliff, who 
has managed the Emergency Operations Center since the 
beginning of the pandemic, and has been essential in the 
City’s COVID-19 response. 

San Marino Water Restrictions 

Department guidelines,
proof of COVID vaccinationis required for everyonewho uses the fitness center 
or attends onsite activities 
indoors. Masks are optional. 

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