The Aug. 1 story "Board election draws potential candidates," misspelled the name of candidate Karyn Riel.
In the June 27 article, “Everything small is big,” it was incorrectly stated that artist Anne Tryba's flower sculptures were being used as set pieces in California Contemporary Ballet’s production of “Thumbelina.” They were displayed and sold at the opening night performance, but not used on stage.
In the June 27 article, “City cuts some checks,” it was incorrectly stated that the Lanterman House Historical Museum Foundation requested $93,400 from the City Council during its annual budget hearings last month, but received only $42,225. In fact, the museum foundation received all $93,400 it sought, but $51,175 of those funds were placed under a separate category in the city budget, for salary support at the facility. The remaining funds are earmarked for museum operations.
In an item on the recent Bingo Barbecue fundraiser for the La Cañada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Assn. that was included in the May 30 Valley Line society column, several errors were made. In fact, Peggy Hotaling was chair of the event. Sue Beatty and Corkie MacPherson were prize co-chairs. City Councilman Jon Curtis served as emcee.
In the story, “Library celebrates 100 years of lending books,” which ran in the May 16 issue, the last names of two local library officials were misspelled. Their correct names are Mark Totten and Kimberly Talbert.
In a story that ran in the March 28 issue titled “Board talks reshuffle,” the number of instructional days approved by the La Cañada school board for the 2013-14 and 2014-15 school calendars was incorrectly reported. Both calendars allow for 180 instructional days.
The article “Curtis leads cash race” that ran Jan. 31 incorrectly stated that city employees are among those supporting City Council candidate Jonathan Curtis. While elected members of the City Council and an appointed planning commissioner are listed on Curtis’ campaign finance reports, no City Hall employees have backed his campaign with donations.
A Jan. 3 article about the City Council race misstated the first name of businessman Charbel Kamar and misstated the location of the gas station he owns. The station is at Foothill Boulevard and Alta Canyada Road.