Students in TK through third grade at Village School who are part of the voluntary Service Learning program created messages of peace for neighbors and friends to read and feel “protected, appreciated and loved” in the month of February, according to the school. “We love seeing them put what they talked about in the meeting into action.”
Students in the program engage in age-appropriate activities that highlight different levels of the community—“the meeting and actions show the students that service-learning contributes to your time, compassion and kindness, and helping others.”
Palisadian Cindy Simon set up a display outside of her home for Valentine’s Day.
Madi Rindge, who grew up in Pacific Palisades, released her latest single, “Nervous,” on Friday, March 12.
“I wrote ‘Nervous’ about chilling on a roof in warm summer nights with a group of my friends, including the person I started catching feelings for,” she explained of the song. “I wished it was just me and him on the roof, hanging out alone. I thought there could be something more between us by the way he smiled at me, but I was desperate for a stronger sign.”
Rindge works on every part of her music—from songwriting all the way down to production. For more about the artist or to listen to “Nervous,” visit madirindge.com.
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