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BRIEFLY AWARD NOMINATION PERIOD ENDS SOON.

WOODLAND HILLS - The nomination period for the 43rd annual Fernando Award, the San Fernando Valley's most prestigious award for volunteerism, will end June 29, organizers said.

The board of directors of the Fernando Award Foundation Inc. will select five finalists from among those nominated by the deadline. Finalists will be honored at a luncheon Aug. 17, and one candidate will receive the award at a formal dinner Nov. 2 in Woodland Hills.

Tom Soule, president of the award foundation, said all nominations must be accompanied by a completed nomination form and be received by 5 p.m. June 29.

More information is available from Soule at (818) 980-7867.

- Daily News

Murderer stands before L.A. judge

Convicted murderer Sante Kimes made her first appearance in a Los Angeles court Wednesday, a day after being extradited from New York to stand trial with her son for a 1998 killing that could bring the death penalty.

In court, Kimes, 66, agreed to have her arraignment postponed until June 28.

Kimes was returned to California after being extradited from a New York prison where she already was serving a sentence of nearly 121 years to life for the murder of a Manhattan socialite.

Kimes and her son, Kenneth, 26, are charged in California with the March 1998 shooting of Granada Hills businessman David Kazdin, 63, whose body was found in a trash bin near Los Angeles International Airport.

- Associated Press

Sign-ups for free youth classes set

CANOGA PARK - Parents and guardians are expected to line up early June 30 to register children for free summer classes at the Youth Arts Center.

Numbers are given out at 7 a.m., with registration beginning at 9 a.m., for the free classes in drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics and theater arts for kids ages 3 1/2 to 17. Parents or guardians are required to be present for sign-ups at the center, 7222 Remmet Ave. Call (818) 346-7213.

- Daily News

CSUN accepting transfer requests

NORTHRIDGE - California State University, Northridge, is accepting applications from lower- and upper-division transfer students for the fall 2001 semester.

Interested students should complete and file admissions applications as soon as possible. Forms are available in local community college transfer centers or can be obtained by calling CSUN's Office of Transfer Services at (818) 677-4689.

- Daily News

Riordan honored for school support

A group of elementary students who benefited from after-school programs honored outgoing Mayor Richard Riordan on Wednesday afternoon for his support of L.A.'s BEST, a school-based tutoring and reading program.

The celebration, held at the Pacoima School, featured a group of students presenting Riordan with a poem and special gifts.

The program includes homework assistance and learning activities, clubs ranging from computers to cooking, organized sports, field trips, and the arts.

- Daily News

Video library uses student textbooks

SHERMAN OAKS - A video library based on science textbooks written by students at Millikan Middle School will premiere tonight at the Sherman Oaks campus along with a highlights reel of outtakes.

- Daily News

Teen suspected in gull shootings

SANTA BARBARA - A 17-year-old Ventura County youth was cited for animal cruelty for allegedly shooting sea gulls with needles.

The unidentified youth is accused of using a straw as a blow gun to shoot sewing needles at sea gulls awaiting handouts outside a Stearns Wharf fish 'n' chips restaurant on June 10.

- Associated Press

Local pharmacist named to board

GLENDALE - A Glendale pharmacist was among three appointed Wednesday by Gov. Gray Davis to the California Board of Pharmacy.

Clarence Hiura is vice president of Verdugo Clinic Pharmacy in Glendale, and vice president of the California Pharmacists Inc. board.

Also named were John Tilley, who owns Zweber Apothecary in Downey and 26 pharmacies in Stater Bros. supermarkets, and Stanley W. Goldenberg, president of Advanced Pharmaceutical Services.

- City News Service

Boy, 15, arrested in molestation

MOORPARK - A 15-year-old Moorpark boy was arrested Wednesday at the Boys & Girls Club on suspicion of child molestation, police reported.

The boy, whose name was not released because he is a minor, was taken to juvenile hall.

- Daily News
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