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November 18, 1994 | TIM MAY
Lens Crafters will provide free eye care, prescriptions and glasses for 48 abused and neglected children who reside at the Hathaway Children's Services residential campus in Sylmar. The gift is part of an annual charitable program that targets needy children in Southern California communities. The eye care and glasses will be administered at Lens Crafters locations in Northridge and Sherman Oaks.
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December 16, 1994 | BARBARA WELDON TONE
About the last thing you would have expected to see in this high-tech, upscale, black-and-chrome atmosphere was a vanload of teen-agers. But there they were. At Estetica Salon in Tarzana, these 11- to 17-year-olds arrived Wednesday night, six or eight at a time, from Sylmar's Hathaway Children's Services, a long-term residence for children with the kinds of backgrounds, problems and abuse that most of us would rather not think about.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 30, 1993 | REBECCA BRYANT
It's still a little nippy for the 150 youngsters who live at Hathaway Children's Services to enjoy one of their Christmas gifts--a completely rebuilt swimming pool. The gift was a surprise to officials at the private nonprofit facility on Angeles Crest Highway. Their 20-year-old pool had fallen into disrepair and they knew it should be overhauled.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 18, 1994 | TIM MAY
Lens Crafters will provide free eye care, prescriptions and glasses for 48 abused and neglected children who reside at the Hathaway Children's Services residential campus in Sylmar. The gift is part of an annual charitable program that targets needy children in Southern California communities. The eye care and glasses will be administered at Lens Crafters locations in Northridge and Sherman Oaks.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 1994 | BARBARA WELDON TONE
About the last thing you would have expected to see in this high-tech, upscale, black-and-chrome atmosphere was a vanload of teen-agers. But there they were. At Estetica Salon in Tarzana, these 11- to 17-year-olds arrived Wednesday night, six or eight at a time, from Sylmar's Hathaway Children's Services, a long-term residence for children with the kinds of backgrounds, problems and abuse that most of us would rather not think about.
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February 12, 1990 | BEVERLY BEYETTE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mark slouches in a grown-ups' chair, his feet dangling, his 6-year-old face solemn. He has just finished a doughnut and is telling the others in the room how his Dad was killed--"He got hit on a motorcycle, without a helmet." Mark sucks his thumb for a moment, then, expressionless, adds, "It was sad." He is the youngest member of a peer bereavement group at Hathaway Children's Services in Pacoima, a private nonprofit agency serving severely emotionally disturbed children ages 5-18.
NEWS
September 10, 1992 | BEA MAXWELL
Hathaway Children's Services has received $49,000 raised at a May 16 benefit gala sponsored by the Hathaway auxiliary. Co-chairs were Geri Hurley and Mary Ferrara. Hathaway, a residential treatment facility for abused, neglected and emotionally disturbed children, recently opened a Family Resource Center in Highland Park to provide early intervention for troubled families and children. Love Is Feeding Everyone received $20,000 from the Telephone Pioneers of America, Los Amigos Chapter No.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 30, 1993 | REBECCA BRYANT
It's still a little nippy for the 150 youngsters who live at Hathaway Children's Services to enjoy one of their Christmas gifts--a completely rebuilt swimming pool. The gift was a surprise to officials at the private nonprofit facility on Angeles Crest Highway. Their 20-year-old pool had fallen into disrepair and they knew it should be overhauled.
NEWS
September 10, 1992 | BEA MAXWELL
Hathaway Children's Services has received $49,000 raised at a May 16 benefit gala sponsored by the Hathaway auxiliary. Co-chairs were Geri Hurley and Mary Ferrara. Hathaway, a residential treatment facility for abused, neglected and emotionally disturbed children, recently opened a Family Resource Center in Highland Park to provide early intervention for troubled families and children. Love Is Feeding Everyone received $20,000 from the Telephone Pioneers of America, Los Amigos Chapter No.
NEWS
February 12, 1990 | BEVERLY BEYETTE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Mark slouches in a grown-ups' chair, his feet dangling, his 6-year-old face solemn. He has just finished a doughnut and is telling the others in the room how his Dad was killed--"He got hit on a motorcycle, without a helmet." Mark sucks his thumb for a moment, then, expressionless, adds, "It was sad." He is the youngest member of a peer bereavement group at Hathaway Children's Services in Pacoima, a private nonprofit agency serving severely emotionally disturbed children ages 5-18.
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