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More than 1,000 frozen turkeys and related Thanksgiving food items are needed by 5 p.m. Friday at the food bank, 1900 Thau Way, near the intersection of Atlantic and Constitution avenues. The organization also asks Islanders to drop off boxes of dry stuffing mix, canned black olives, canned gravy, cake mix, cornbread muffin mix, instant potatoes, canned yams and condensed milk. Nearly one in 13 Alameda households receive some type of assistance, according to the food bank, so your donations are much appreciated.

The free reading will be performed by Word for Word Performing Arts Company, The Off the Page Reading is being presented by the Friends of Rockridge and ivory or white lace ballet slippers with elastic - flower girl shoes - baby and toddler girl - christening - baptism - princess Piedmont Avenue branch libraries, The reading will be 7 p.m, Monday at Chapel of the Chimes, 4499 Piedmont Ave, The free festival will have food, performances, activities and art, It is being put on by the library’s Youth Leadership Council, The all-ages festival will be noon to 2 p.m, in the main library’s Bradley C, Walters Community Room, 125 14th St..

Brown leaps through a myriad parts, including herself, her mother and various clueless hipsters during the hourlong whirlwind of a piece. “What a powerful story she has to tell,” says Stephanie Weisman, executive director of The Marsh. “It is a story of our times, specific to her, relevant to us all. She is a beautiful performer. She is not only absolutely present every moment on stage, she is like a magnetic light. And she is very generous, giving her all at every single performance.”.

Hillbarn Theatre.”See How They Run.” By Philip King, Preview ivory or white lace ballet slippers with elastic - flower girl shoes - baby and toddler girl - christening - baptism - princess Jan, 24, runs Jan, 25 through Feb, 10, Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E, Hillsdale Blvd, Foster City, $34, http://hillbarntheatre.org or 650-349-6411, Broadway San Jose, “Rock of Ages,” Jan, 29-Feb, 3, $20-$75, Blue Man Group, April 2-7, $20-$82, “Billy Elliot The Musical,” May 7-12, $20-$75, Green Day’s “American Idiot,” June 4-9, $20-$75, San Jose Center for the Performing Arts, 255 Almaden Blvd., San Jose, 408-792-4111 or www.broadwaysanjose.com..

Former PEF board president and retired Beach Elementary School Principal Nancy McHugh explained it was time for a full-time executive director. “With the amount of money being raised by volunteers, it is important to have somebody managing it carefully,” McHugh said. “Who was who and what was what. We needed a management piece, a business model.”. Before the merger, the different parent clubs staged fundraisers for their schools, all run by volunteers. Donations also were made to PEF, which was run by three part-time salaried people, who are still with the organization. The different fundraising arms could be confusing and complicated to donors.


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