Frank Ferry was joined by public officials, from Los Angeles County Fire and the American Heart Association, to announce the City of Santa Clarita’s participation in a new public health program, Family & Friends® CPR Anytime®.
There will fun activities for the whole family, chuckwagon food, live music and entertainment. Admission is only $15 dollars and children under 5 enter for free.
For more information about the SCV Wild West Days, visit SCVHS.org.
This Week in Santa Clarita previews whats happening on July 4th, including the Fireworks Show at the Westfield Valencia Town Center.
Earlier this afternoon, the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station held a 40th Anniversary ceremony and a rededication of the Memorial Garden.
Mayor Frank Ferry and the Santa Clarita City Council were at the ceremony to thank all of the local sheriffs for their dedication to Santa Clarita.
The Memorial Garden is a tribute to all of the fallen sheriffs in Santa Clarita.
For more information about the Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station, visit SCVSheriff.com.
Earlier this morning, the Mayor Frank Ferry and the Santa Clarita City Council held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Lyons/I-5 Interchange Beautification Project.
To see all of the photos from the ribbon cutting ceremony, go to the City’s Flicker.com page.
This Week In Santa Clarita covers the 2012 Youth In Government program. Special correspondent Olivia Doty was on hand with the scoop.
At last nights City Council Meeting, Mayor Frank Ferry and the Santa Clarita City Council recognized local residents for their accomplishments in helping to make Santa Clarita a better place.
The Santa Clarita City Council recognized Drake Hugo, member of Boy Scout Troop 2222, for planning and fundraising the Central Park Fitness Island project.
The City Council also recognized the volunteer dentists who participate in the Foundation for Children’s Dental Health in Santa Clarita.
On Saturday, June 23, the City of Santa Clarita held an fun outdoor event called the Great American Camp Out at Central Park.
Families participated in activities like arts and crafts, star gazing and outdoor sports.
Residents are invited to attend the Elsmere Canyon Celebration on Saturday, July 14, at 9 a.m. Celebrate the acquisition of Elsmere Canyon and meet the volunteers who helped prevent the canyon area from becoming a dump.
Enjoy a brief hike with members of the City Council and also recieve a commemorateive Save Elsmere Canyon t-shirt courtesy of the S.C.V. Canyons Preservation Committee (while supplies last).
For more information about the Elsmere Canyon Celebration, call the City of Santa Clarita at (661) 255-4939.