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“So we want there to be at least one day of the year where you just know that you’re going to go to school that day and everyone is going to be the same,” Talmus said. “Everyone is going to eat together, and no one is going to eat with their cliques and groups.”. Lynn Romano, an English teacher at Rancho Milpitas Middle School, said such events don’t work their magic overnight, and they can’t be forced. For instance, she estimates that among the 750 students at her school, about 100 kids showed up at the event she held last year, and she hopes more will show up this year.

Hada said she has been comfortable with ballerina birthday invitation - pink birthday invitation - ballerina invitation - girl ballerina invites - ballet invitation - d dance and music since she was 4 years old, but she strives to welcome those just starting out in dance, They can embrace the movement of their bodies at any age, she stresses, Born and raised in Chicago, Hada — who’s of Turkish descent — said her first introduction to belly dance was watching her older sister perform, “It was so neat, so exotic, so different,” said Hada, As a child, she danced ballet and played clarinet and piano, Drawing upon her musical skills when she moved to the Bay Area, Hada worked as a DJ for a classic rock radio station, and then as a music librarian for films, In the mid-1990s, she studied Middle Eastern dance with renowned dancer Lynette Harris, Hada said that she acquired an appreciation for using snakes in her dances from Harris..

Concord Mystery Book Club: 2:30 p.m. the second Sunday of the month, and mystery lovers are invited to join the group. Spanish Book Club: 3-4 p.m. June 26. Adults can join the club led by Luisa Carnathan and read and discuss books in Spanish. What You Need to Know about Immigration Law: 6-8 p.m. July 10. Residents can meet with an immigration attorney at not charge. The event is sponsored by the Contra Costa County Bar Association. Deeper into Meditation with Dr. Zaslove: 1 p.m. July 24. Adults can learn techniques of meditation, and useful directions for deepening and stabilizing meditation practices. Presented by board-certified psychiatrist Dr. Marshall Zaslove.

To submit questions before or during the online town hall, go ballerina birthday invitation - pink birthday invitation - ballerina invitation - girl ballerina invites - ballet invitation - d to http://sd13.senate.ca.gov/AskJerry2016, Gioconda Egan, longtime Pacifica resident, social service advocate, and community volunteer, and Vasu Narayanan, owner of Oceana Market in Pacifica and supporter of educational and community projects, are being honored for their outstanding contributions to the community, “The People Who Care Award was created by Pacificans Care to recognize individuals, organizations and/or businesses who, through their actions, have significantly contributed to making Pacifica a community that cares, and these recipients are wonderful examples of people who care,” wrote Ginny Jaquith, Pacificans Care co-president, in an email..

“While doing an internship with the Deaf Counseling Advocacy and Referral Agency in Oakland, Egan was encouraged by its executive director Debbie Buchannan to fight for similar services in San Mateo County. So began the San Mateo DCARA where Egan mastered research, developed programs, raised funds, and built a considerable network of supporters. ‘We had to push doors open,'” Egan remembers, ‘No one was going to do it for us.'”. From DCARA, Egan went to work with Lucy Muir at the Center for Independence of People with Disabilities, and then into the newly formed Disability Services, which was part of the San Mateo County Human Services Agency. Since retiring 19 years ago, she has run her own Pacifica-based firm, Egan Paralegal, where she expertly advocates with her clients for their Social Security Disability benefits along with every opportunity for them to realize their potential.


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