FBLA Excels at Local Competition

On March 5, Alhambra’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members joined with a variety of schools from California for the annual Gold Coast Section Leadership Conference, held at Six Flags Magic Mountain. Participants had the opportunity to take part in competitions or attend informational workshops. “Competing at Sectionals was a great learning experience,” said junior Michelle Tan. “I hope

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Sadie Hawkins Follows Tradition, a Success

YVONNE LEE Editor in Chief Traditionally, Junior Council is in charge of hosting the Sadie Hawkins dance, leading up to the official announcement of Prom. This year is no exception, as Junior Council presented Sadie Hawkins 2011 “Opposites Attract” on Friday, March 25 in the underground parking structure. Aside from being open to all grade levels, Sadie Hawkins is unique

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Grant Brings New Instruments to AHS

SHANNON HO Staff Writer As budget cuts have taken a toll on many aspects of education, any extra help is always appreciated. The Mr. Holland Opus Foundation seeks to “keep music alive in schools and communities by donating musical instruments to under-funded programs” in order to give students a greater opportunity to explore their passions beyond the classroom. Recently, AHS’

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American Red Cross Drives to Save Lives

ELLEN LI Staff Writer When Clara Barton established the American Red Cross (ARC) organization, her goal was to provide emergency assistance and disaster relief by training volunteers to prepare for, prevent and respond to emergencies. Today, over one hundred years later, Barton’s dream is being kept alive by the nationwide network of more than 650 local chapters dedicated to saving

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