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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 9, 1996
During the county fiscal crisis, it was slated for closure and at one time it was open only two days a week. Still, the Wiseburn Library in Hawthorne prevailed, and on Saturday residents will honor the hall of literacy with a 30-year birthday bash. Sandwiched between an elementary school and junior high school, the Wiseburn Library, a branch of the county library system, has always been the center of the community.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 1997
Happy Birthday, Hawthorne. The South Bay city has changed from a small cow town to bustling city of 78,000, and officials plan to mark that growth and 75 years of cityhood with a big celebration. The city has planned a carnival that will run today through Sunday at Hawthorne High School. A parade has been scheduled Saturday at 11 a.m. that begins at Hawthorne Boulevard then heads west on El Segundo Boulevard. A pool party and barbecue will be held Saturday at 6 p.m.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 25, 1997
Happy Birthday, Hawthorne. The South Bay city has changed from a small cow town to bustling city of 78,000, and officials plan to mark that growth and 75 years of cityhood with a big celebration. The city has planned a carnival that will run today through Sunday at Hawthorne High School. A parade has been scheduled Saturday at 11 a.m. that begins at Hawthorne Boulevard then heads west on El Segundo Boulevard. A pool party and barbecue will be held Saturday at 6 p.m.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 9, 1996
During the county fiscal crisis, it was slated for closure and at one time it was open only two days a week. Still, the Wiseburn Library in Hawthorne prevailed, and on Saturday residents will honor the hall of literacy with a 30-year birthday bash. Sandwiched between an elementary school and junior high school, the Wiseburn Library, a branch of the county library system, has always been the center of the community.
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