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May 13, 1992
The Saddleback College Foundation has received a $9,000 grant to help support its growing law library. The grant was donated by the J.W. and Ida Jameson Foundation, which provided start-up funds for the law library in 1991. The foundation has invested $50,000 in Saddleback College over the last three years. This latest grant will be used to build up the library's collection and equipment. The establishment of the library was instrumental to the college's obtaining American Bar Assn.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 1992
The Saddleback College Foundation has received a $9,000 grant to help support its growing law library. The grant was donated by the J.W. and Ida Jameson Foundation, which provided start-up funds for the law library in 1991. The foundation has invested $50,000 in Saddleback College over the last three years. This latest grant will be used to build up the library's collection and equipment. The establishment of the library was instrumental to the college's obtaining American Bar Assn.
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April 30, 1992
The Weingart Foundation of Los Angeles has given $150,000 to Five Acres, the Altadena-based treatment center for abused and neglected children, for its new school and developmental learning center. The $3.75-million expansion project, to be dedicated May 31, allows Five Acres to add 12 students to its school program and 20 children to its residential facilities. So far, $3.
NEWS
July 2, 1992
Venice Family Clinic's Venice Art Walk '92, held May 30-31 at the studios of local artists, attracted 4,200 guests and raised $500,000. Proceeds will provide health care to thousands who have no other access to quality care. Sheila Goldberg was chairwoman. Laura Maslon was publicity chairwoman. Jewish Foundation for Christian Rescuers/Anti-Defamation League honored 81-year-old Sister Klara Jaroszynska and 90-year-old Brone Straupiene for saving the lives of Jews during World War II.
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