Kenny Slaught On Important Community Outreach For Youth Processing Grief

Hospice of Santa Barbara provides counseling programs to those terminally ill and their close ones. Children who faced a recent loss are offered support programs. Around 20 percent of teens lose a family member before turning 18, and one in 20 kids lost at least a parent before they became adults. The Hospice of Santa…

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Kenny Slaught Examines Architecture Of Santa Barbara

Former Spanish colonies slowly became American cities and they’re constructed in the Spanish Colonial architectural style that appeared in early 20th century. California is where the style can be seen the most, especially in Santa Barbara where buildings needed to be reconstructed after the 1925 earthquake. It was thanks to architect George Washington Smith who…

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Kenny Slaught Recognizes Professor David Low

David Low got his biology bachelor’s degree from UC San Diego, and his Ph.D. in cellular biochemistry from UC Irvine. The professor also received his master’s  from San Diego State University. In Stanford University, when he was a postdoctoral scholar, Low did molecular microbiology research in Stanley Falkow’s lab. Currently, Falkow is a professor emeritus in…

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Kenny Slaught On Santa Barbara’s Impressive Architecture

A few of Santa Barbara’s popular buildings include the old Hotel Virginia, downtown located El Pueblo Viejo district and the Old Mission’s towers. The County Courthouse has flashy tiles showcasing paintings, and the clock tower and observation deck offer a great view of the area. The Lobero theatre hosts the city’s premier performances, and was…

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Kenny Slaught Recognizes Santa Barbara’s Impressive History

Santa Barbara features many famous structures, like the timeless Hotel Virginia, historic El Pueblo Viejo district and the Old Mission’s pink towers. The County Courthouse showcases colorful murals, and a panoramic view can be seen from the clock tower and observation deck. The Lobero Theatre, started in 1873, was rebuilt by  George Washington Smith in the…

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Kenny Slaught Blogs On Success Of I Have A Friend Program

Property investor and Founder of Investec Real Estate Companies, Kenny Slaught is a former board member of the Santa Barbara Hospice Foundation and is a dedicated supporter of Hospice of Santa Barbara. The influential philanthropist recently expressed his enthusiastic opinion on the organization’s ‘I Have a Friend Program’ by promoting it on his blog at…

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Leaders And Inhabitants In Santa Barbara Are Dedicated To Community Development – Kenny Slaught

Santa Barbara is focused on its community, and this comes from its charity tradition. Kenny Slaught talks about the town’s many nonprofits, that continue the work started by the Santa Barbara Foundation in 1928. The charity organizations answer promptly to the community’s needs, which reduces the need to ask for assistance from national foundations.  Read…

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Kenny Slaught Examines Architecture Of Santa Barbara

The Spanish Colonial Revival style was started in the early 1900. It highlights the Spanish influenced architecture in the former Spanish colonies that later became American regions. The style is often encountered throughout California. Following the 1925 quake, Santa Barbara adopted it as an inspiration for rebuilding the city. Architect George Washington Smith was the…

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President Herbert Hoover Contributed Significantly to the Construction of Hoover Dam – Kenny Slaught

Hoover Dam was constructed during the Great Depression era, from 1931 to 1936, explains Kenny Slaught. The structure’s price was $49 million, and it was first called Boulder Dam. Its name was changed to Hoover Dam later as a tribute to its major contributor, President Herbert Hoover. Hoover Dam can generate over 4,2 billion kWh…

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Kenny Slaught Discusses Support Program For Grieving Youth

When a child loses a parent, they may feel abandoned and realize their life will never be the same. The program ‘I Have a Friend’ allows kids to share their experience with someone who can relate. The mentor will offer support to the child for as long as they need. The mentor will touch sensitive…

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