Monthly Archives: July 2011

CHUAN, Victoria Keng-Hua

89, passed away peacefully on July 26, 2011 at Santa Barbara, California, USA. She was born Nov. more

Two tales of credit counseling

First, meet Mary and Steve, with their financial advisor, Janelle. “Good news,” says Janelle. more

Cardboard boat race ends Westmont camp season with a splash ; Campers test scientific creations on water

The fifth- more

Collaborative appoints new executive director : Anita Perez Ferguson will lead movement designed by six major SB foundations

Six foundations that have united for the long haul for the common cause of equipping children for school and citizenship have a new leader to spearhead their efforts.  more

How ‘dated’ policies hurt the economy

Dr. David Newton more

MAY, Katie Noel Parsons

MAY, Katie Noel Parsons

Met Jesus’ open arms on July 16, 2011. more

Santa Barbara High Robotics Club Building Toward New Green Technology Academy

Parents, mentors and other volunteers launch club to fill an academic gap and now are pursuing a full program focused on environmentalism more

Young SBHS robotics program focusing on ‘green’

For many local students, summer’s a time for hanging out by the pool, or at the beach, taking vacations, more

Gerald Carpenter: Montecito Summer Music Festival Opens at Westmont

The Montecito Summer Music Festival, in its fourth year, is running now through Aug. 6, although the first public event appears to be this Thursday, July 21. more

There’s Meritt in his work: Serial entrepreneur takes students under his wing

Over the past decade, he’s perfected what he calls the Meritt Model, his method of selecting ideas with a broad market appeal and then using contract manufacturing to move hundreds of thousands of units — all with minimal capital upfront. more