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Mullin, who has participated in this event for several years and loves to have interaction with the future generation, says it’s just as beneficial for the Rotarians who participate. “It was a good group,” said Mullin who gave an overview of local and regional government. “The kids were really interested in all of their experiences and the mentors from the Rotary Club were able to look at their businesses with fresh eyes.”. The group began their day at 8:30 a.m. by pairing up. They then departed to job shadow for a few hours until they gathered together at noon for lunch at the Basque Cultural Center in South San Francisco. After lunch, the students were returned to their schools.
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Carol Hovey directs the extensive cast of adults and bevy of darling children. DC Scarpelli captures the power of the king with a nice touch of vulnerability while Rachel Powers’ soaring soprano makes for a fine Anna, even though — possibility due to microphone problems — it was difficult to hear her at times. The strong cast included many standouts, especially Brian Palac as Lun Tha and Anita Colotto as Lady Thiang. Choreographers Megan McGrath and Katherine Stein put the performers through their paces as they created the flowing movement required, not to mention the charming “The Small House of Uncle Thomas” ballet.
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