Four Young Pacific Palisades Baseball Stars, One Great Charity

Four Young Pacific Palisades Baseball Stars, One Great Charity

By Sue Pascoe Editor Your kid has been through Pacific Palisades Baseball Association, and maybe even played all-stars,
Caruso’s Michael Gazzano works up a sweat cleaning the weeds and trash that had accumulated along Swarthmore. The Caruso team was joined by Dirty Girl Organic Landcare workers and members of Palisades PRIDE. Photo courtesy of Caruso

Caruso, Dirty Girl and Palisades PRIDE Team Up

By Sue Pascoe Editor The long hillside along Swarthmore (between Antioch and Bowdoin) that abuts the Palisades Elementar
(Left to right): Chicago Med co-star Nick Gehlfuss, who presented the honor to Oliver Platt; Kita S. Curry, Didi Hirsch President and CEO; Event Chair and Palisades resident Laura Ornest; and actor Oliver Platt who was one of the evening’s honorees.

Those Dedicated to Mental Health Honored

The Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services 22nd Annual Easing the Stigma Leadership Awards were presented to Grammy Award-wi
Bonnie Savage waters pumpkin seeds in her garden on Hartzell, joined by two neighborhood kids, Jake and Kobe Kanan.

Palisadian Bonnie Savage Celebrates 100 Years

By Sarah Stockman Staff Writer On May 9, longtime Palisadian Margaret “Bonnie” Savage celebrated her 100th birthday.
Gregory Gold (left) and Zachary Kantor.

Two Pacific Palisades Boy Scouts Awarded Eagle Scout

Pacific Palisades Troop 23 held an Eagle Scout Court of Honor at the Palisades Lutheran Church on May 9 for Gregory Char
Palisades High School students explain to explain to Palisades Elementary students what happens when fish swallow plastic, using ping pong balls to demonstrate.

High School Students Teach Palisades Elementary Students About Saving the Planet

By Sue Pascoe Editor It was a game of Jeopardy. “We’ll take Energy Saving for $300,” said the two Palisades Elemen
Julia Abbott Wins Palisades Optimist Oratorical Contest

Julia Abbott Wins Palisades Optimist Oratorical Contest

By Sue Pascoe Editor “Optimism is the hope that things can get better, and they will. Optimism is constantly maint
whose lives have been destroyed by sex trafficking.

Journey Out Addresses Palisades Rotary Club About How it Helps Trafficked Women

By Sue Pascoe  Editor Journey Out Development Manager Cherise Charleswell painted a bleak picture of the sex traffi
Standing (left to right) Christina Shirley, Olivia Welch, Hayden O’Brien, Claire Keller, Lauren Dundee and Stephanie Ahn; seated: Pria Pant, Gabriella Berchtold, Cornelia Clarkson, Claire Bertram and Isabella Peyrot.

National Charity League Recognizes Los Angeles Senior Class

The Westside Chapter of National Charity League, Inc. honored 12 Los Angeles high school seniors at its annual Senior Re