Last Update: Wednesday, July 23, 2014
|Written by San Fernando Valley Sun|
|Thursday, 19 June 2014 02:46|
Luz Gutierrez, 16, of Pacoima, is among fifty students nationwide who have been selected to participate in the Four Star Leadership program, offering leadership training, policy debate, speech competition and scholarships, and the opportunity to engage with national and global leaders, July 12-19 in Oklahoma City. Gutierrez, a senior this fall at James Monroe High School, is the public affairs officer for her Junior ROTC unit, and is involved in the Tri-County Forensic League, Kiwanis, and Red Cross.
The Granada Hills Pintos from the North Valley Youth Baseball Pony League recently won a pre-All-Star tournament in Camarillo the weekend of June 13-15. The 8-and-under league all-star teams are in competition this week, and winners advance to a district tournament.
Congratulating Wink Martindale from left; Martha Askenazy, Chair, TVEA; Wink Martindale, Radio & TV personality; David Fleming, Board member, TVEA and Greg Krikorian, President & CEO, TVEA. The Valley Economic Alliance hosted the 17th annual Valley of the Stars Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony on Saturday, May 31 at The Autry National Center. In the Arts & Entertainment category, Wink Martindale, an American Icon, (pictured above) and longtime Valley resident was honored for his work in entertainment, charitable causes and continuous involvement in the San Fernando Valley community.