Art-Rageous Animals. Animal inspired dances and stories.
See how creative nature can be on Thursday at 2 p.m. Art goes wild in the Rowland Heights Library as our animal ambassadors show off their talents to spark imagination and creativity in this interactive program.
Seating is limited, and priority will be given to children in grades k-6th. Parents and classes are allowed as space permits.
Congratulations to the Hacienda Heights All-Stars in winning the Little League District 60 championship on Saturday.
Power hitting elevated the Hacienda Heights All-Stars to the major division championship.
Jesse Mireles, Joey Morreale, Daniel Juarez and Leo Bentancourt each hit home runs as Hacienda Heights defeated La Puente National 10-4 at Highlander Field in Hacienda Heights.
Hacienda Heights advances to the Section 3 Tournament, which starts July 18 at Hacienda Heights.
Morreale also turned in a solid performance on the mound and struck out 11 in five innings.
"I'm very proud of my boys," Hacienda Heights manager Gary Morreale. "They played a clean game. They hit the ball extremely well."
Check out Sports Editor Eric Terrazas story in the Hacienda Heights Highlander.
Rowland Heights residents are invited to attend the next meeting of the Rowland Heights Community Coordinating Council at 7 p.m. tonight in the Pathfinder Community Center. The center is located on the the corner of Pathfinder and Fullerton Roads.
The agenda includes reports from law enforcement and representatives from local elected officials, including the offices of State Assemblyman Curt Hagman, County Supervisor Don Knabe, State Senator Bob Huff, U.S. Congressman Gary Miller and County Supervisor Gloria Molina.
For information about this meeting and RHCCC, visit www.rhccc.netfirms.com.