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March 7, 2004 | Wendy Thermos, Times Staff Writer
Larry and Sue Stamper seem to defy the laws of physics. People swear they move at the speed of light, that they're perpetual motion machines, that they must have found a way to expand time. "They're everywhere," said Ken Nielsen, president of Woodbury University in Burbank, one of many community leaders who marvel at the energy and hours the Stampers pour into volunteer causes. "I don't know how they do it. They're examples to all of us."
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March 7, 2004 | Wendy Thermos, Times Staff Writer
Larry and Sue Stamper seem to defy the laws of physics. People swear they move at the speed of light, that they're perpetual motion machines, that they must have found a way to expand time. "They're everywhere," said Ken Nielsen, president of Woodbury University in Burbank, one of many community leaders who marvel at the energy and hours the Stampers pour into volunteer causes. "I don't know how they do it. They're examples to all of us."
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September 27, 1997
The second annual Atwater Village Beautification Day will be held today, with participants planting trees along the boulevards, removing graffiti and cleaning sidewalks and alleys in the neighborhood just north of Griffith Park. More than 400 people are expected to attend the cleanup, which will focus on Los Feliz and Glendale boulevards, and Brunswick Street between the Golden State Freeway and San Fernando Boulevard, where more than 80 trees are to be planted, organizers said.
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February 18, 1987 | DOUG SMITH
The tedious and unglamorous trench work that must precede the blooming of golden trumpet daffodils in the workplaces of the San Fernando Valley this spring has begun. The daffodil, as one of the first flowers to bloom in spring, has been adopted by the American Cancer Society as its symbol of hope and, in the same vein, as the medium for one of the more charming methods yet devised to hit people up for charity. It's called Daffodil Days.
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