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 The Pasadena Village in the News
The San Gabriel Valley is abuzz with of the Pasadena Village...
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Pasadena Outlook
by Charlie Peters
Pasadena Star News
by Larry Wilson
by Claudia Palma
Larry Mantle interviews Mike Babcock on Airtalk
Convalescent Aid Society
Another wonderful Pasadena service organization wrote about the Pasadena Village in their Fall 2012 newsletter. Convalescent Aid Society has been loaning durable medical equipment to the community since 1923.
Episcopal Communities & Services
Our founding partner has featured us in their Winter 2013 Newsletter! They devote an article to our September 2012 inaugural launch party on page 4. We thank them for their continued support of our mission, as well as their many contributions to quality senior living in the Pasadena area.
Jericho Road Pasadena
This local organization has helped us in numerous ways from the beginning. Read about our partnership with Jericho Road Pasadena in their August newsletter: "Pasadena Village Welcomes the Expertise of JRP Volunteers."
The Pasadena Village was one of 28 organizations to receive a grant from the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Foundation.  Read more about the good work our fellow non-profits are doing in the community in the article above. 
The online newsmagazine has a great slideshow and article about our First Annual Village Celebration, which was hosted on June 9th at Polytechnic School.

An article about the Pasadena Village as we prepared to host an Open House at Lamanda Park Branch Library.

The Daily Breeze
Helen Dennis features us in her article about L. A. area Villages: "Village Concept at Work at Westchester Playa, Pasadena Sites"
Daily News Los Angeles

Another article Helen Dennis wrote, "What Seniors Can Expect from the Village Movement," discusses the model on which our organization is based and its implications for older adults in our society. It provides a lovely overview of the origins of the movement, and mentions the Pasadena Village toward the end of the article.
Laura Monteros mentions us in her article highlighting the 2013 Tournament of Roses Foundation grant recipients.