At one point or another, we’ve all lost something that is valuable to us, and if we’re lucky, we find a way to replace it. For 13 year-old Hunter Ventress, that valuable something was a brand new baseball glove.
It’s rare to find individuals who place the needs of other before their own. It’s even more rare when those individuals are high school and college students. Siblings Kayla and Justin Tinucci are founders of a foundation known as The Shoe Crew, a foundation that has benefited the lives of thousands of children that are considered to be less fortunate.
A New Years Resolution became an everyday life style. Anthony Garcia, a student at College of the Canyons who’s interest is photography, went above and beyond by setting a personal challenge to post a new picture on Instagram for a whole year. Anthony’s photography interest first began while taking a black and white photography class at COC. […]
Christine Beaumont, a 29-year-old mother of three, runs the Santa Clarita Fit4Moms Stroller Strides program. Fit4Moms is a nationwide franchise all over the United States as well as in Naval Bases overseas. This program provides fitness and a great support group for women who want to lose that baby weight after giving birth and for women […]
After suffering a rotator cuff tear in his right shoulder, Santa Clarita native Michael Hamilton decided to change his dream of pursuing pro-baseball for becoming a deputy in the Sheriff’s Department. Hamilton started playing baseball at an early age when his father first signed him up to play, and he stuck with the sport in high […]