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Each award recipient also received a certificate of appreciation from the Senator Jerry Hill, Assemblyman Kevin Mullin, and City of South San Francisco. The Live Your Dream Award, formerly known as The Women’s Opportunity Award, is Soroptimist’s major project, which assists women who provide the primary source of support for their families by giving them the resources they need to improve their education skills and employment prospects. Longtime Soroptimist members Margie Casagrande and Barbara Irli inducted two new members — Karen Myhre, a realtor, and Diane Moniz, a retired emergency room nurse — into Soroptimist International of North San Mateo County.
This year’s Gold Medalists, their presentations, and their 4-H club were: Nico Levy for “Dancing off the Pie,” a demonstration (Belmont); Andrew Weiss, “How to Make Oreo Truffles,” a demonstration (Canada); Alice Foy, Zoe Foy, Nina Schoener, and Samantha Rozai, “3.14”, an original choreography (San Bruno-South San Francisco); and Sebrianne Ferguson, Dina Ferguson, and Laurel Nelson for “Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps,” a contemporary ballet dance group; Dina Ferguson and Sebrianne Ferguson, “Puttin’ on the Ritz, a tap dance duet; Elyssa Lucas, “How to Draw a Basic Manga Face,” a demonstration; Laurel Nelson, “Lego House,” a contemporary dance; Nicole Nielsen, “How to Show a Lamb,” a doodley dolls tutus and ballet shoes add-on pdf sewing pattern- instant download demonstration; Kate Lyn Sutherland and Maeve Keegan, “To Pin or Not to Pin?”, a presentation; and Elise Wacha, “The History of Archery,” an illustrated talk (all 11 from San Carlos-Eaton Hills)..
The season opens Oct. 1 with mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard singing works by Leonard Bernstein, in a program honoring the centenary of the great American composer-conductor. Additional fall events include Upshaw, joined by pianist Gilbert Kalish and So Percussion, in a program featuring the Bay Area premiere of a new work by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw and “Winds of Destiny” by George Crumb (Oct. 26); Whelan and Brian Brooks, performing “First Fall” with live accompaniment by Brooklyn Rider (Nov. 29-30); the return of jazz violinist Regina Carter (Nov. 17) and an appearance by Cuban jazz pianist Alfredo Rodriguez (Dec. 15.).
That kicks off a season in which the theater, now managed by San Jose State University in cooperation with the city, will also host the New Ballet School’s “San Jose Nutcracker,” and film screenings of National Theatre of London productions of “Frankenstein” and “Hamlet” starring Benedict Cumberbatch, “It’s so exciting to get the doors back open and watch people see how beautiful and alive the building is now,” says Lisa Vollendorf, dean of College of the Humanities doodley dolls tutus and ballet shoes add-on pdf sewing pattern- instant download and the Arts at San Jose State, who plans to curate a multicultural mix of professional and student programming for the venue, “It’s very rewarding to be bringing something back for the community.”..
Oshman Family JCC Gala Benefit Concert. Branford Marsalis Quartet. 6 p.m. May 1. Preceded by cocktail buffet. Dessert reception follows. OFJCC Shultz Cultural Arts Hall, Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life, 921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. $250. www.paloaltojcc.org/artsbravura. 23rd Annual Authors Salon. 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. May 4. Sharon Heights Golf and Country Club. Moderated by Paul Goldstein. Authors include Margaret George, Tracy Guzeman, Dr. Susan Shillinglaw and Ron Hansen. $125. Email Cathy Duhring at email@example.com or call 650-326-0665. ext. 238.