A Note From the Publishers -March 2018
As you can see on our cover, we have featured three non-profit organizations that we are so pleased to support. We take pride in assisting our local non-profit organizations through editorial coverage, attendance and donations. We continue to invest in our community because our community is so very important to us.
On March 20th at Wolf Creek Brewery, the SCV Charity Chili Cook-Off promises more chili than you can eat, lots of dancing and some friendly competition as SCV’s best chefs vie for that coveted spot at the top, this year’s event will support The SCV Wish Foundation.
Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita Valley are changing things up by hosting their very popular Wine Affair on April 15th. Sip, Stroll and Savor the Sounds on Town Center Drive all for a great cause.
The ladies of Zonta invite you to Lunafest, a film festival of productions made by, for and about women. A perfect event for mothers, daughters and your best girlfriends, this event will bring both tears to your eyes and a smile to your face. The lineup of films is fantastic this year, and the company will be even better. Get your tickets for May 3, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Canyon Theatre Guild.
You can take another shot at raising support for a good cause at the 7th Annual Special Olympics Hoops of Hope Shoot-a-Thon on March 31 at the City of Santa Clarita Sports Complex. Whether you’re a former basketball star or you haven’t picked up a ball in years, we invite you to join the fun and raise money for wonderful Special Olympics athletes, veterans and first responders.
Don’t miss the world-famous Glenn Miller Orchestra at West Ranch High School on March 19, hosted by the high school’s music program. With its unique jazz sound, the Glenn Miller Orchestra is considered to be one of the greatest bands of all time.
The tradition continues at St Clare’s Catholic Church, in fact this is a 40-year-old tradition of fish frying. Join them now through March 23 for a delicious tasting of their fish and chips.
Also in this issue, we feature three guides and two directories: CPA Tax Directory, Education and Camps Guide, Spring Home & Garden Directory, Dining Guide and our popular Worship Guide. We love to see an issue full of guides and directories because it means our pages are overflowing with information about local businesses – and it’s information you can’t find anywhere but right here in The Magazine of Santa Clarita. Please join us in supporting the local businesses that make this magazine possible! By supporting us, our advertisers also support the non-profits and worthy organizations you see featured here, investing in a stronger community for all of us.
There’s much to do and much to see in the Santa Clarita Valley and our calendar is full of many more wonderful events to support. From the City’s SENSES on Main on April 19, which will kick-off the 2018 Cowboy Festival, Michael Hoefflin Foundation’s Walk/Run for Kids with Cancer, Circle of Hope’s Bowling for Hope.
In this issue, we are pleased to introduce Coupon Savings. Turn to the last pages of The Magazine to find money saving coupons from our advertisers, clip and save at your favorite businesses around town.
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Don’t forget to set your clocks ahead this month and spring forward. Have a happy and safe St. Patrick’s Day.
-Linda, Moe and Alexander Hafizi
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