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July 14, 1992 | CAROL WATSON
The director of a North Hollywood homeless shelter will discuss what residents can do to help the homeless at a meeting tonight of the Studio City Residents Assn. Michael Childress, who runs the nonprofit Trudy and Norman Louis Valley Shelter, said he will speak about services the shelter offers and how residents can support the shelter. He also will offer suggestions on how to refer the homeless to agencies that can help them.
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July 14, 1992 | CAROL WATSON
The director of a North Hollywood homeless shelter will discuss what residents can do to help the homeless at a meeting tonight of the Studio City Residents Assn. Michael Childress, who runs the nonprofit Trudy and Norman Louis Valley Shelter, said he will speak about services the shelter offers and how residents can support the shelter. He also will offer suggestions on how to refer the homeless to agencies that can help them.
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August 29, 1991
A one-room schoolhouse opened Wednesday at a homeless shelter in North Hollywood, the first such program in Los Angeles and one of only a half-dozen shelter-based schools in the nation, according to school officials and advocates for the homeless. The educational program for 30 homeless children in grades one through six is the centerpiece of a $1.1-million expansion of the Trudy and Norman Louis Valley Shelter, one of several housing programs for poor families run by the nonprofit L.A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 29, 1991
A one-room schoolhouse opened Wednesday at a homeless shelter in North Hollywood, the first such program in Los Angeles and one of only a half-dozen shelter-based schools in the nation, according to school officials and advocates for the homeless. The educational program for 30 homeless children in grades one through six is the centerpiece of a $1.1-million expansion of the Trudy and Norman Louis Valley Shelter, one of several housing programs for poor families run by the nonprofit L.A.
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August 29, 1991 | SEBASTIAN ROTELLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A one-room schoolhouse opened Wednesday at a shelter for the homeless in North Hollywood, the first such school in Los Angeles and one of only a handful of similar facilities in the nation. The bilingual "schoolhouse," where 30 students from grades one through six begin classes next week, is the centerpiece of a $1.1-million expansion of the Trudy and Norman Louis Valley Shelter. The center is named after two major donors.
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May 26, 1991 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The homeless children were mystified by the long wooden poles that arrived recently at the partially constructed North Hollywood shelter. When they were told that the poles were actually ballet practice barres that would be installed as part of the $1-million expansion of the Los Angeles Family Housing Corp. Valley Shelter at 7843 Lankershim Blvd., they could hardly contain their excitement. In addition to ballet, the children would be instructed in other arts such as drama, dance and painting.
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December 19, 1994 | JEANNETTE REGALADO
About 100 homeless children and their families frolicked in man-made snow, received gifts from Santa Claus and watched an exotic bird show at the sixth annual Winter Wonderland Christmas party Sunday at the Trudy and Norman Louis Valley Shelter in North Hollywood. The party was hosted by Continential Coin of North Hollywood. The company supplied an ice blower that produced 13 tons of snow.
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December 13, 1999 | STEPHANIE STASSEL
Have extra cash on hand just in case the ATM isn't working on Jan. 1. Make backup copies of your computer files. And don't wait until New Year's Eve to fill your gas tank. These are a few of the suggestions contained in Y2K information packets being distributed by the L.A. Family Housing Corp.'s Trudy and Norman Louis Valley Shelter to better prepare families and small businesses for potential problems when the new millennium begins.
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October 5, 1993 | JEFF SCHNAUFER
Organizers of a recent fund-raiser say they have raised $18,000 to benefit the Trudy and Norman Louis Valley Shelter for the homeless in North Hollywood. "USO Extravaganza," a Casino-style event held Sept. 18 at the California National Guard Armory in Van Nuys, drew 300 people and featured a show by the Lennon Sisters. It was sponsored by Continental Coin Corp. of Van Nuys.
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June 4, 1994 | JEFF SCHNAUFER
Plans to locate a homeless shelter in Van Nuys have been put on hold after more than 100 residents turned out at a community meeting to protest the project. "It's very important to have the community on your side," said Nat Hutton, executive director of the nonprofit L.A. Family Housing Corp. "But (the project) is clearly something (those at the meeting) do not want to happen." The L.A. Family Housing Corp.
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August 29, 1991 | SEBASTIAN ROTELLA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A one-room schoolhouse opened Wednesday at a shelter for the homeless in North Hollywood, the first such school in Los Angeles and one of only a handful of similar facilities in the nation. The bilingual "schoolhouse," where 30 students from grades one through six begin classes next week, is the centerpiece of a $1.1-million expansion of the Trudy and Norman Louis Valley Shelter. The center is named after two major donors.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 1991 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The homeless children were mystified by the long wooden poles that arrived recently at the partially constructed North Hollywood shelter. When they were told that the poles were actually ballet practice barres that would be installed as part of the $1-million expansion of the Los Angeles Family Housing Corp. Valley Shelter at 7843 Lankershim Blvd., they could hardly contain their excitement. In addition to ballet, the children would be instructed in other arts such as drama, dance and painting.
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July 30, 1998 | MICHAEL BAKER
The L.A. Family Housing Corp. will honor individuals, families and organizations tonight that have volunteered at the Trudy and Norman Louis Valley Shelter. "The volunteers . . . really deserve the credit for providing the level of quality and service we give to our homeless clients," said Nat Hutton, executive director of the Housing Corp., which runs Valley Shelter.
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April 11, 1998 | EDWARD M. YOON
Four-year-old Colton Greenwood couldn't wait to meet the Easter bunny Friday. Colton and his parents were first in line to greet the rabbit that visited the Trudy and Norman Louis Valley Shelter in North Hollywood. "I love making the kids happy and bringing a smile to their faces," said the 5 1/2-foot hare--actually a volunteer named Corey Ford--who brought a little Easter cheer to children at the shelter.
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