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Middle school students had a No Name Calling Week, a door-decorating contest and a mural mosaic contest with essays, quotes, poems, songs and rap. More than 3,000 students took part in the program, which included service projects. This is the second year San Leandro Unified has taken part in the program, credited with decreasing violent confrontations at San Leandro High School by 50 percent, according to the district. The recipients are Tina Bobadilla-Mastel, an English and ethnic studies instructor at James Logan High School, and Susan Newell, a teacher and kindergarten classroom aide at Eastin Elementary School.

Paws for Tales: Come read to 10pcs silver ballet shoe charm oxidized dance pendant ballet toe shoe pointe beads - nickel free flat diy embellishment a specially trained dog provided by the Peninsula Humane Society, 11 a.m, and 3 p.m, Sept, 7, Redwood City Main Library, 1044 Middlefield Road, 650-780-5740, www.redwoodcity.org/calendar/EventDetail.aspx?Id=3965&CallingPage=Calendar.aspx, Dog Swim: The swimming lagoon at Spring Lake Regional Park turns into an off-leash dog park for two weekends in September, Well-behaved dogs are invited to swim in the lagoon and run on the beach from 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m, Sept, 7-8 and from 9:30 a.m, to 5:30 p.m, Sept, 28-29, A requested donation of $3-$5 will benefit the parks, Parking is $7, Free for Regional Park members, 707-565-2041..

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Ally Murphy is a bright and charming Dorothy with a strong voice, and her traveling companions in Oz are an appealing bunch, Playing Dorothy’s pet Toto is a cute little dog, Nessarose, that’s remarkably relaxed and doesn’t show up very often, usually represented by a closed basket instead, Rune Lauridsen is an amiable, animated Scarecrow and Max DeSantis 10pcs silver ballet shoe charm oxidized dance pendant ballet toe shoe pointe beads - nickel free flat diy embellishment a sweetly lachrymose Tin Man, Robert Sholty gives the standout performance of the show as the comically blustery Cowardly Lion, As in the film, all the magical denizens of Oz mirror people Dorothy knows back home in Kansas, so the Lion, Tin Man and Scarecrow also show up as farmhands, Sarah Sloan is a stern, low-key Auntie Em in a metallically glinting silver wig, but she’s also the beatific Glinda the Good Witch, always gliding in slowly on a flying swing, Jim Rupp is a folksy Uncle Henry and the elaborately mustachioed gatekeeper to the Emerald City, and Bruce Kaplan is an endearingly bumbling huckster both as the Wizard of Oz and the traveling fortune teller Professor Marvel, Sheila Viramontes is a sour Miss Gulch and a villainously cackling Wicked Witch of the West..

• Nov. 2014: Inspiring a Shared Vision: Storytelling and Public Speaking. • Dec. 2014: Enabling Others to Act Part 1: Bringing People Together for a Purpose. • Jan. 2015: Enabling Others to Act Part 2: How to Get Your Story Out to the World. • Feb. 2015: Advocacy Pt 1: Commenting on an Environmental Impact Report. • March 2015: Advocacy Pt 2: Working with City Staff and Developers. • April 2015: Advocacy Pt 3: 13 Tips for Interacting with Decision Makers. • May 2015: Encouraging the Heart and Celebrating Participants are asked to pay $500 for the cost of food, materials, and venue space for the nine-month program. Reduced price admission and scholarships are offered for those who do not have the financial means to participate in the program otherwise. All applicants will be notified by July 31 if they are accepted into the program, which is organized by Acterra, Green Foothills, Greenbelt Alliance, Sierra Club Loma Prieta Chapter, and Sustainable San Mateo County.


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