Issuu on Google+

$)*-%$"3& $- "44&4 '6/5)*/(4 '03,*%450%0

tUJFSOFZ!DSFTDFOUQBSLQSFTDIPPMPSH tXXXDSFTDFOUQBSLQSFTDIPPMPSH Footsteps Preschool8JMMPX3PBE  Menlo Park. Footsteps Preschool offers an open, child-directed curriculum where the teacher serves as a facilitator in an environment with many choices. 'PSBHFTZST NPT BOEQPUUZUSBJOFE  UPZST5XPEBZ UISFFEBZBOEรถWFEBZ QSPHSBNT BNQN4FQUFNCFS UP+VOF%JSFDUPS"CCZ.VOSPBOE Margaret Nelson. t tรถTITUFQT!HNBJMDPN tXFCNFDPNGPPUTUFQTQSFTDIPPM 'PPUTUFQT@1SFTDIPPM)PNF@1BHF html GeoKids/Menlo Survey Day Care Center 345 Middlefield Road, Mail Stop  .FOMP1BSL*OGBOUTNPTQSF, /"&:$BDDSFEJUFE1MBZCBTFEQSPHSBN located on Menlo Park campus of the 6OJUFE4UBUFT(FPMPHJDBM4VSWFZ 64(4  Director: Heather Morado. t tIFBUIFS!HFPLJETPSH tXXXHFPLJETPSH

Child care centers and preschools Belle Haven Child Development Center 410 Ivy Drive, Menlo Park. Preschoolers. 3-5 yrs. Mon-Fri 7:30 a.m.5:30 p.m. Bilingual staff with a teacher to child ratio of 1:8. Director: Natalie Bonham. t tOBCPOIBN!NFOMPQBSLPSH tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUT DPNDIJMEDBSFIUNM Beth Jacob Preschool 1550 Alameda de las Pulgas, Redwood City. Program one to five days a week, 18 mos-5 yrs. Offers TJYXFFLTVNNFSDBNQGPSZFBST Jewish values and experience. Director: Ann Cauterucci. t tXXXCFUIKBDPCSXDPSH Carillon Preschool 815 Portola Road, Portola Valley. Developmentally BQQSPQSJBUF QMBZCBTFEQSPHSBNTGPS 3s, 4s and young 5s. Admission open GPSDIJMESFOZFBST NPTZST NPT An outreach of Christ Episcopal Church. Director: Lynn Sowers. t tDBSJMMPOQSFTDIPPM!DDQWXPSH tXXXDDQWXPSH 24 sInfo Menlo ParkWWW!LMANAC.EWSCOM

MichelleMichelle Le Le

Deb Stevens-Sterling leads Laurel School's second grade students, including Ivan Castillo (left front), to Beyoncรฉ's "Move Your Body," during a flash mob routine.

Kirk House Preschool 1148 Johnson St., Menlo Park. 3-5 yrs. Half-day morning BOEBGUFSOPPODMBTTFTUJNFTQFS week, Mon- Fri. Summer sessions BWBJMBCMF%JSFDUPS$BSPM%BZ t tLIQ!NQQDPSH tXXXLJSLIPVTFQSFTDIPPMPSH

Ladera Community Church Preschool 3300 Alpine Road, Portola Valley. FourZFBS QBSUUJNFQSPHSBNGPSZST /"&:$BDDSFEJUFE PQQPSUVOJUJFTGPS Casa dei Bambini Montessori scholarship financing. Director: Sandi School0#SJFO%SJWF .FOMP1BSL Snider. 1SFTDIPPMBOELJOEFSHBSUFO ZST ".* t "TTPDJBUJPO.POUFTTPSJ*OUFSOBUJPOBMF  tMBEFSBQSFTDIPPM!TCDHMPCBMOFU NFNCFS/"&:$BDDSFEJUFE tXXXMBEFSBQSFTDIPPMPSH International and multicultural. Classes Littlest Angels Preschool Bethany in gardening, cooking, poetry and -VUIFSBO$IVSDI $MPVE"WF .FOMP the arts are held throughout the day. 1BSLZSPMEDMBTTFTGSPNBNOPPO Enrichment classes include gymnastics, French, Spanish language lessons, music .PO'SJ OPQPUUZUSBJOJOHSFRVJSFE  ZSPMEDMBTTFTBNQN.PO'SJ OP and choir. Head of School: Sandra V. de QPUUZUSBJOJOHSFRVJSFE 1SF,DMBTTFT Balzaretti. a.m.-1 p.m. Mon-Fri. Before-school care t BWBJMBCMFCFHJOOJOHBUBNBOE tFNBJM!DBTBEFJCBNCJOJOFU BGUFSTDIPPMDBSFBWBJMBCMFVOUJM tXXXDBTBEFJCBNCJOJOFU QNGPSZSPMET'MFYJCMFTDIFEVMF Childrensโ€™ Creative Learning Center FOSPMMNFOUPรฒFSFEGPS PSEBZTQFS Atherton Las Lomitas Elementary XFFL%JSFDUPS,BUIZ4UJOTPO 4DIPPM "MBNFEBEFMBT1VMHBT  t "UIFSUPOZSTUIHSBEFBN tLBUIZT!CFUIBOZNQPSH p.m. Hot Lunch and Special Needs tXXXCFUIBOZNQPSHQSFTDIPPM QSPHSBNT4VNNFSDBNQBWBJMBCMF Menlo-Atherton Cooperative Nursery /"&:$BDDSFEJUFE%JSFDUPS%FCCJF5BN School.JEEMF"WF .FOMP1BSL t 1SFTDIPPMFSTBOE1SF, BHFTNPT tXXXDDMDDPN ZST.PO'SJBNQN1BSFOU Crescent Park Child Development DPPQFSBUJWF/"&:$BDDSFEJUFE%JSFDUPS Center (Peekaboo)"MNB4U 1BMP ,SJTUZ3PPT5BZMPS Alto. Preschool program. 18 mos-5 yrs. t3FHJTUSBUJPO 'VMMBOEIBMGEBZ$IJMEDBSFBWBJMBCMF   PSEBZTQFSXFFLBNQN tXXXNBDPPQPSH Enrollment year-round. Director: New Horizons School Age Center Stephanie Hill. 4IBXOFF1BTT 1PSUPMB7BMMFZ, t

.PO'SJOPPOQN%JSFDUPS"KNJS 5IPNQLJOT t tBKNJS!TCDHMPCBMOFU Peninsula School1FOJOTVMB8BZ  Menlo Park. Preschool-grade 8, with BOFOSPMMNFOUPG'PVOEFEJO Classes in music, physical education, science, art, weaving, clay, woodshop, KFXFMSZ EBODFBOEESBNB4VNNFS school: June-August for children 5-13 yrs. %JSFDUPS,BUZ%BMHMFJTI t tLBUZ!QFOJOTVMBTDIPPMPSH tXXXQFOJOTVMBTDIPPMPSH The Phillips Brooks School"WZ Ave., Menlo Park. Preschoolers-grade 'PVOEFEJO"OJOEFQFOEFOU  DPFEVDBUJPOBMEBZTDIPPMTUVEFOUT Specialized classes in art, music, physical education, science, technology and Spanish. Director: Melanie Shaw. t tNTIBX!QIJMMJQTCSPPLTPSH tXXXQIJMMJQTCSPPLTPSH The Playschool)PMCSPPL1BMNFS1BSL  8BULJOT"WF "UIFSUPO1SFTDIPPMFST  NPTZST/"&:$BDDSFEJUFE.PSOJOH and afternoon programs. Summer camps GPSDIJMESFOCFHJOOJOHBUZST +VOF August. Director: Anne-Liza Selga. t tXXXLOPYQMBZTDIPPMTDPNBUIFSUPO The Roberts School$PMFNBO"WF  .FOMP1BSL1SFTDIPPMFST QSF,BOE :PVOH'JWFT BHFTZSTBN p.m. year-round. Curriculum includes age-appropriate academics, art, music, gymnastics, Spanish, cooking and more. 0XOFS#SFOEB3PCFSUT Director: Elisa Barrett. t tXXXSPCFSUTTDIPPMDPN Sacred Heart Schools/Preschool and Kindergarten 150 Valparaiso Ave., "UIFSUPO$IJMESFOZST.POUFTTPSJ program in a division of Sacred Heart Schools Atherton and a part of the International Network of Sacred Heart 4DIPPMT%JSFDUPS$FF4BMCFSH t tDTBMCFSH!TITDIPPMTPSH tXXXTITDIPPMTPSH Trinity Early Childhood Program 330 Ravenswood Ave., Menlo Park. .PO'SJ/"&:$BDDSFEJUFEZSTBU -PXFS$BNQVTGSPNBNOPPOPS FYUFOEFEEBZVOUJMQN KVOJPS kindergarten at Upper Campus from 8:15 a.m.-1 p.m. or extended day until 3 p.m. %FWFMPQNFOUBMQSPKFDUBQQSPBDIXJUI indoor and outdoor play and small group QSPKFDUT)FBEPG4DIPPM.BSZ.FOBDIP t tBENJTTJPO!USJOJUZNQPSH tXXXUSJOJUZNQPSH Trinity School4BOE)JMM3PBE  .FOMP1BSL1SF,UPHSBEF$"*4 accredited. Early-childhood program is /"&:$BDDSFEJUFE"SU SFMJHJPO 4QBOJTI 

i

physical education, music, library and garden in addition to core curriculum. Head of School: Mary Menacho. t FYU tBENJTTJPO!USJOJUZNQPSH tXXXUSJOJUZNQPSH University Heights Montessori Children’s Center, Inc."WZ"WF  .FOMP1BSL1SFTDIPPMFST ,.PO'SJ BNQN$PEJSFDUPST-JOEB Westcott and Shirley Gaston. t Windmill Preschool"MQJOF3PBE  Portola Valley. Preschoolers. Three QSPHSBNTPòFSFE5VFBOE5IV BN BHFTZST.PO 8FEBOE'SJ BN BHFTZST.PO5IV QN BHFTZST4VNNFSQSPHSBNT BWBJMBCMF-JDFOTF%JSFDUPS Thankamma Poulose. t tEJSFDUPS!XJOENJMMTDIPPMDPN tXXXXJOENJMMTDIPPMDPN Woodland School-B$VFTUB %SJWF 1PSUPMB7BMMFZ1SFTDIPPMFST , "DBEFNJDJOEFQFOEFOUQSFTDIPPM TUVEFOUUFBDIFSSBUJP)FBEPG4DIPPM John Ora. t tJOGP!XPPEMBOETDIPPMPSH tXXXXPPEMBOETDIPPMPSH Woodside Parents’ Nursery School 8PPETJEF3PBE 8PPETJEF'PVS ZFBSQBSFOUQBSUJDJQBUJPOQMBZCBTFE MFBSOJOHQSPHSBNGPSDIJMESFO NPTZST.PSOJOHQSPHSBNT .PO'SJ 1BSFOUQBSUJDJQBUJPOSFRVJSFE/"&:$ BDDSFEJUFE%JSFDUPS,BSFO5SVEFMM t tXQOTNFNCFSTIJQ!ZBIPPDPN tXXXXPPETJEFQBSFOUTPSH Woodside Preschool8PPETJEF 3PBE 8PPETJEFZST NPTZSTBTPG 4FQU.PO'SJBNOPPO  BOEEBZQSPHSBN t tMEBZFI!XPPETJEFLDBVT tXXXXPPETJEFLDBVT

Recreational leagues Menlo Atherton Youth Lacrosse Club 10#PY .FOMP1BSL:PVUICBTFE boys and girls lacrosse teams for the TQSJOHTFBTPO3FHJTUFSJOUIFGBMMGPSUIF TQSJOHTFBTPO'SFFDMJOJDTTDIFEVMFE UISPVHIPVUUIFZFBSBTXFMM t.FOMP"UIFSUPO-BDSPTTF!HNBJMDPN tXXX.FOMP"UIFSUPO-BDSPTTFDPN Palo Alto Babe Ruth League10#PY  1BMP"MUP'PSBHFT4QSJOH season from March through early July. 'PSCBTFCBMMQMBZFSTJO1BMP"MUP .FOMP 1BSL &BTU1BMP"MUP "UIFSUPO 8PPETJEF  1PSUPMB7BMMFZBOE3FEXPPE$JUZ4JHO ups and tryouts for spring play in early 'FCSVBSZ.BKPSJUZPGHBNFTQMBZFEBU #BZMBOET"UIMFUJD$FOUFS (VOO)JHI 4DIPPMBOE1BMP"MUP)JHI4DIPPM %JSFDUPS.BSUZ$BUUFOFP tXXXQBCBCFSVUIPSH Palo Alto Girls Softball10#PY  1BMP"MUP4PGUCBMMMFBHVFGPSHJSMTBHFT 3FDSFBUJPOTFBTPOSVOTGSPNNJE March through May. Summer and fall USBWFMUFBNTBSFBMTPPSHBOJ[FE'MJFST

Menlo

BSFTFOUUPEJTUSJDUTDIPPMT BOEQSFWJPVT QMBZFSTTIPVMESFDFJWFJOGPSNBUJPOWJB FNBJM3FTJEFOUTPGUIFHSFBUFS1BMP"MUP BSFB JODMVEJOH&BTU1BMP"MUP .FOMP 1BSL 1PSUPMB7BMMFZ -PT"MUPTBOE 4UBOGPSE BSFXFMDPNF$IFDLXFCTJUF for online registration information. 1SFTJEFOU.JLF$PCC t tJOGP!QBMPBMUPHJSMTTPGUCBMMPSH tXXXQBMPBMUPHJSMTTPGUCBMMPSH Palo Alto Knights Youth Football'PS BHFTUISPVHIUIHSBEFHSPVQFEJO MFWFMTCBTFEPOBHFBOEXFJHIU4FBTPO SVOT"VHVTU/PWFNCFS4JHOVQTCFHJO JO+BOVBSZ$PTU FBSMZCJSE  Volunteers are needed for coach and CPBSEPGEJSFDUPST%JSFDUPS3PCFSU $BTUBOFEB t tQBMPBMUPLOJHIUT!HNBJMDPN tXXXQBMPBMUPLOJHIUTDPN

Sports Alpine/West Menlo Little League 4IBSPO1BSL3PBE .FOMP1BSL "MQJOF8FTU.FOMP-JUUMF-FBHVF XFTU PG&M$BNJOP3FBM.BKPST .JOPSTBOE Pitching Machine leagues based on EFTJSFEMFWFMPGDPNQFUJUJPO"HFT (JSMTTPGUCBMMGPSBHFT1SFTJEFOU Tim Goode. tMMCMPTBMUPT!BPMDPN tFUFBN[BDUJWFDPNBMQJOF American Youth Soccer (AYSO) Region 25,JETBHF ,-FBHVF UISPVHI JO1PSUPMB7BMMFZ 8PPETJEF -B)POEB  -BEFSB3FHJTUSBUJPOTUBSUTPOMJOF.BZ %JSFDUPS%PO:BUFT t tXXXBZTPPSH Atherton Lacrosse Summer camps, classes and clinics throughout the year. #FHJOOFSTUP*OUFSNFEJBUFMFWFMT0QFO UPCPZTBOEHJSMTPGBMMBHFT-PDBUJPOT JO"UIFSUPO 1BMP"MUP .FOMP1BSL -PT "MUPT)JMMTBOEPUIFS#BZ"SFBDJUJFT t tFNBJM!BUIFSUPOMBDSPTTFDPN tXXX"UIFSUPO-BDSPTTFDPN Belmont Iceland0ME$PVOUZ3PBE  #FMNPOU'VMMTFSWJDFJOEPPSJDFTLBUJOH facility. Hockey, skating and broom ball MFTTPOTBWBJMBCMFUISPVHIUIF#FMNPOU Iceland Skating School. Public skating and QBSUJFT%JSFDUPS"MZTTB-FXJT NBOBHFS t t.BOBHFS!CFMNPOUJDFMBOEDPN tXXXCFMNPOUJDFMBOEDPN Blue Angels Youth Ski & Snowboard Program/.BJO4U  8BMOVU $SFFL0òFSFEFBDIXJOUFSUISPVHI UIF$JUZPG.FOMP1BSL $JUZPG1BMP"MUP BOEUIF5PXOPG-PT"MUPT)JMMT UIF#MVF "OHFMTPQFSBUFTBöWF4BUVSEBZTLJ BOETOPXCPBSEQSPHSBNUIBUJODMVEFT USBOTQPSUBUJPO MJGUUJDLFUT BMMEBZ professional coaching, lunch, adult TVQFSWJTJPOBOEB1SP5FD)FMNFU#VT EFQBSUTGSPNUIF-VDJF4UFSO$PNNVOJUZ $FOUFS t.FOMP1BSL$PNNVOJUZ4FSWJDFT%F QBSUNFOUBUPS$JUZPG 1BMP"MUP3FDSFBUJPOBU PS-PT"MUPT)JMMTBU tJOGP!CMVFBOHFMTOPXDPN tXXX#MVF"OHFM4OPXDPN

Ice Oasis#BZ3PBE 3FEXPPE$JUZ Public skating plus parent and kids stick & shoot, broom ball and special skaters DMBTTFT%JSFDUPS)BOOB)BOIBO t tIBOOB!JDFPBTJTDPN tXXXJDFPBTJTDPN Menlo Park Gymnastics Burgess Gym, -BVSFM4U .FOMP1BSL1SPHSBNT GPSCPZTBOEHJSMT BHFTBOEVQ BMM TLJMMMFWFMT$MBTTFTJODMVEFBSUJTUJD  SIZUINJDBOEQSFTDIPPMHZNOBTUJDT  cheerleading, tumbling, special needs, CJSUIEBZQBSUJFTBOEQSJWBUFMFTTPOT "EVMUDMBTT5VFTEBZFWFOJOHT)PVST .PO'SJBNQN4BU BNQN%FWFMPQNFOUBMEJSFDUPST Pearce Wagner, Karin Mihalek. t tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUT DPNHZNOBTUJDTIUNM Menlo-Atherton Little League P.O. #PY .FOMP1BSL#PZTBOEHJSMT  BHFT GPSSFTJEFOUTXFTUPG64 )XZBOEFBTUPG&M$BNJOPJO.FOMP 1BSL JODPSQPSBUFEBSFBPOMZ BOEBMMPG "UIFSUPO'FFT t tXFCNBTUFS!NBMMPSH tXXXNBMMPSH Menlo-Atherton Pop Warner Football 10#PY .FOMP1BSL.FOMP "UIFSUPO7JLJOHT BHFTTFBTPOSVOT "VHVTU/PWFNCFS5FBNTTFQBSBUFECZ TJ[FBOEBHF%JSFDUPS3PCFSU8JMMJBNT tJOGP!NBQPQXBSOFSDPN tXXXNBQPQXBSOFSDPN

Palo Alto Girls Softball10#PY  1BMP"MUP4QSJOHSFDSFBUJPOTPGUCBMM MFBHVFGPSHJSMTBHFT'JWFBHFHSPVQ EJWJTJPOT3FTJEFOUTPGUIFHSFBUFS1BMP "MUPBSFBBSFXFMDPNF$IFDLXFCTJUF for online registration information. 1SFTJEFOU.JLF$PCC t tJOGP!QBMPBMUPHJSMTTPGUCBMMPSH tXXXQBMPBMUPHJSMTTPGUCBMMPSH Palo Alto Soccer Club10#PY  1BMP"MUPUFBNTGPSCPZTBOEHJSMT BHFT"óMJBUFEXJUIUIF$BMJGPSOJB :PVUI4PDDFS"TTPDJBUJPO $:4" 64 $MVC4PDDFSBOE/PS$BM5SBJOJOHCZ professional coaches. Scholarships BWBJMBCMF.BOBHJOH$PPSEJOBUPS %BXO)JMM t t1"4$JOGPSNBUJPO!HNBJMDPN tXXXQBTPDDFSDMVCPSH PSV Union Football Club (Soccer) #SZBOU4U  1BMP"MUP5IJT1BMP"MUP based youth soccer club is dedicated UPEFWFMPQJOHFMJUF DPMMFHFUSBDLZPVUI QMBZFST(JSMTUFBNTGPSBHFT CPZT UFBNTBHFT"MTP"DBEFNZ-FBHVF GPSDIJMESFOZFBST%JSFDUPS(BSZ Ireland. t tNBOBHFS!QTWVOJPOPSH tXXXQTWVOJPOPSH Ravenswood Youth Athletic Assocation %VNCBSUPO"WF &BTU1BMP"MUP 'BJUICBTFE BòPSEBCMFZPVUITQPSUT programs, including soccer, tennis, flag football, summer camps and more.

2012

Cheeky Monkey Toys, the magic of play, the wonder of learning. Complimentary gift wrapping and assembly!

The Spot for Toys, Games, and all things learning and fun!

640 Santa Cruz Avenue, Menlo Park 650-328-7975

www.cheekymonkeytoys.com www.AlmanacNews.com Info Menlo Park s 25

i

tJOGP!TUBOGPSETPDDFSDMVCPSH tXXXTUBOGPSETPDDFSDMVCPSH

t tJOGP!SZBBPSH tXXXSZBBPSH Sequoia YMCA)VETPO4U  3FEXPPE$JUZ4QPSUTQSPHSBNTGPS DIJMESFOBHFTBOEVQ"MMTQPSUT MFBHVFTBSFJOTUSVDUJPOBMJOOBUVSF %JSFDUPS+PTF(BSDJB t tTFRVPJB!ZNDBTWPSH tXXXTFRVPJBZNDBPSH Solo Aquatics#VSHFTTBOE.FOMP "UIFSUPO)JHI4DIPPMQPPMT .FOMP1BSL 4QSJOHTVNNFSSFDSFBUJPOBMTXJNUFBN BHFT 4VNNFS%BZ$BNQTXJN XBUFSQPMP BHFT :FBSSPVOE64" 4XJNUFBN BHFTVQ QSJWBUFMFTTPOT ZFBSSPVOE'PSTXJNUFBNBUIMFUFTNVTU IBWFPWFSBSNDSBXMTUSPLFQSPĂśDJFODZ )FBE$PBDI5PN.D3BF t tTPMPSFHJTUSBUJPO!ZBIPPDPN tXXXTPMPBRVBUJDTDPN Stanford Soccer Club10#PY 1BMP "MUP$PNQFUJUJWFZPVUITPDDFSGPSBHFT &NQIBTJTPOTLJMMTEFWFMPQNFOU .BOZUFBNTQMBZTQSJOHTPDDFSJO BEEJUJPOUPSFHVMBSGBMMTFBTPO$:4" BĂłMJBUFE%JSFDUPS$IBSMJF8JMMJBNT t

Winter Lodge.JEEMFöFME3PBE  1BMP"MUP5IFPOMZQFSNBOFOUPVUEPPS TLBUJOHSJOLXFTUPGUIF4JFSSBTJTPQFO MBUF4FQUFNCFSUP"QSJM1VCMJDTLBUJOH  HSPVQMFTTPOTJOCBTJDTLJMMTPòFSFE.PO 4BUGPSDIJMESFOBHFTBOEVQ t tJOGP!XJOUFSMPEHFDPN tXXXXJOUFSMPEHFDPN Woodside Junior Riders5SJQQ 3PBE 8PPETJEF4VNNFSQSPHSBN JO&OHMJTISJEJOHBOEIPSTFNBOTIJQ GPSDIJMESFOBHFTZST1SPHSBN CFHJOTNJE+VOFBOEFOETNJE"VHVTU  PQFOGPSDIJMESFOMJWJOHJO8PPETJEF 'JSF1SPUFDUJPO%JTUSJDU%JSFDUPS,BUIJ %BODFS t tLBUIJEBODFS!BPMDPN tXXXXPPETJEFKVOJPSSJEFSTPSH Woodside Pony Club10#PY  8PPETJEF1SPWJEFT&OHMJTISJEJOH JOTUSVDUJPO IPSTFNBOTIJQBOEUIFDBSF PGIPSTFTBOEQPOJFTGPSHJSMTBOECPZT BHFT$MBTTFTBSFFWFSZXFFLFOE ZFBSSPVOE"OOVBMNFNCFSTIJQGFF 4UVEFOUTQSPWJEFPXOIPSTFBOENPVOU %JSFDUPS&NNB#BJMFZ

Kids World

Menlo

t tXFCNBTUFS!XPPETJEFQPOZDMVCPSH tXXXXPPETJEFQPOZDMVCPSH

Youth and service groups Boy Scouts of America, Pacific Skyline Council$IFTT%SJWF 'PTUFS$JUZ $VC4DPVUT BHFT#PZ4DPVUT  BHFTTFBTDPVUJOH FYQMPSJOH BOEWFOUVSJOH BHFT"MTP .JEEMFĂśFME3PBE 1BMP"MUP  4DPVU&YFDVUJWF%JSFDUPS,FOU %PXOJOH t tTFBONBHOVTPO!TDPVUJOHPSH tXXXQBDTLZPSH Boys and Girls Clubs of the Peninsula 1JFSDF3PBE .FOMP1BSL8JUITFWFO TJUFTJO3FEXPPE$JUZ .FOMP1BSLBOE &BTU1BMP"MUP4FSWFTZPVUIBHFT BGUFSTDIPPMBOEBMMEBZEVSJOHTVNNFS %JSFDUPS1FUFS'PSUFOCBVHI t tJOGP!CHDQPSH tXXXCHDQPSH Friends for Youth, Inc.#SPBEXBZ  3FEXPPE$JUZ4FSWFTBUSJTLZPVUI BHFT NFOUPSJOHQSPHSBNNBUDIFTBEVMU WPMVOUFFSTXJUIBUSJTLZPVUI&YFDVUJWF %JSFDUPS#FDLZ$PPQFS

t tNFOUPS!GSJFOETGPSZPVUIPSH tXXXGSJFOETGPSZPVUIPSH Menlo Park Police Explorer Cadet Program-BVSFM4U .FOMP1BSL 1PMJDF&YQMPSFS1PTUJTBĂłMJBUFE XJUIUIF&YQMPSJOH%JWJTJPOPGUIF#PZ 4DPVUTPG"NFSJDBGPSZPVOHBEVMUT XIPXJTIUPFYQMPSFBDBSFFSJOMBX FOGPSDFNFOU1BSUJDJQBOUTNVTUCF ZFBSTPME1PMJDFDBEFUTQFSGPSN EVUJFTXJUIJOUIF.FOMP1BSL1PMJDF %FQBSUNFOU-FBE$BEFU"EWJTFS0ĂłDFS 7JDUPSJB.BSUJOF[ t tWMNBSUJOF[!NFOMPQBSLPSH tXXXNFOMPQBSLQPMJDFPSHDPNNV OJUZQPMJDF@FYQMPSFSTIUNM San Mateo and San Francisco Counties 4-H Youth Development Program 4UPOF1JOF3PBE 4UF )BMG.PPO #BZ5IF)QSPHSBNQSPWJEFTZPVUI BHFTEFWFMPQNFOUPGDJUJ[FOTIJQ  MFBEFSTIJQBOEMJGFTLJMMTUISPVHIIBOET POMFBSOJOHBDUJWJUJFTJOHSPVQTFUUJOHT 1SFTJEFOU#VOOZ8FJTT t tNHNFZFS!VDEBWJTFEV tDFTBONBUFPVDEBWJTFEV)@ 1SPHSBN

(SFBUTUVòKVTUGPSLJET at the OFJCC

CLASSES OFFERED INCLUDE: t%BODFXJUI.F $IJDLBEFF t#BMMFUt#PZT0OMZt+B[[ t-ZSJDBMt.PNNZ.F t4USFUDIBOE'MFYt5BQ t5FFOt"DVJUZ%BODFST B AYA R E A DA N C E S . c o m info@bayareadances.com

/FX4DIPPM  1SPHSBNT

7JTJUVTPOMJOFPSDBMMUPSFHJTUFS

&M$BNJOP3FBM]4VJUF]-PT"MUPT $" Convenient location near San Antonio Shopping Center

An afterschool program for grades 6–8 with sports, swimming, games, homework time and more.

Peninsula Youth Theatre

classes

productions

Oshman Family JCC 3921 Fabian Way | Palo Alto, CA

www.paloaltojcc.org/endzone

www.pytnet.org

Roberts School caring & teaching since 1975 UĂŠĂŠ iĂ›iÂ?ÂœÂŤÂ“iÂ˜ĂŒ>Â?É Â˜Ă€ÂˆV…“iÂ˜ĂŒĂŠ*Ă€Âœ}Ă€>“Ê9i>ÀÊ ,ÂœĂ•Â˜` UĂŠĂŠ}iĂŠÂŤÂŤĂ€ÂœÂŤĂ€Âˆ>ĂŒiĂŠ V>`i“ˆVĂƒ UĂŠ1Â˜ÂˆÂľĂ•iĂŠ*Â?>ÞÊĂ€i>Ăƒ UĂŠ>“ˆÂ?ÞÊ"ĂœÂ˜i`

camps

for ages 3.5 and up

The friendly place to learn to ride and enjoy the world of horses.

Riding Lessons � Mommy & Me � Riding/Safety Clinics � Year Round Camps � Day Camps � Intermediate Camps � Group Events � Girl/Boy Scouts � Birthday Parties 28 Years, Same Location & Still Going Strong! ÇÊ 9-ÊÊ7 ÊUÊ 6  -ÊUÊ" 9-

Accepting applications for ages 2 to Pre-K and Young 5’s

Â­ĂˆxäŽÊÎÓӇÎxĂŽxĂŠĂŠĂœĂœĂœÂ°Ă€ÂœLiĂ€ĂŒĂƒĂƒV…œœÂ?°VÂœÂ“ĂŠ

725 Portola Rd., Portola Valley â?– (650) 851-1114 â?– www.springdown.com

www.AlmanacNews.com Info Menlo Park s 27

Meet Your Area Experts Brian Ayer, REALTOR®

Linda Hymes, REALTOR®

650.242.2473

415.377.6061 lhymes@interorealestate.com

Brian@650pro.com

Results, with style. Selling Atherton, Menlo Park, Palo Alto & Woodside

Your luxury home specialist in Woodside and Portola Valley

CA DRE LIC. NO. 01870281

CA DRE LIC. NO. 01917074

Visit Me Online: www.650pro.com

Visit Me Online: www.LindaHymes.com

Tom Dallas, REALTOR®

David Kelsey, REALTOR®

650.222.2788

650.223.5588

tom@dallaskelsey.com

david@dallaskelsey.com

Over $2,000,000,000 Sold Highest SFR Sale in Atherton ($45M) Highest SFR Sale in Woodside ($52.5M) Highest SFR Sale in Menlo Park ($7.625M)

Creating Successful Matches Of Residence and Refuge In Silicon Valley’s Hottest Neighborhoods Highest SFR Sale in Menlo Park ($7.625M)

CA DRE LIC. NO. 00709019

CA DRE LIC. NO. 01242399

Visit Me Online: www.DallasKelsey.com

Visit Me Online: www.DallasKelsey.com

Melissa S. Lindt, REALTOR®

Cutty Smith, REALTOR®

650.430.2931

650.580.8286

melissa@melissalindt.com

cuttys@interorealestate.com

From Local Insight to Global Reach Your International Luxury Real Estate Expert

The partner you demand, The results you expect!

CA DRE LIC. NO. 01469863

CA DRE LIC. NO. 01444081

Visit Me Online: www.MelissaLindt.com

Visit Me Online: www.CuttySmith.com

www.InteroRealEstate.com

LUXURY WHO’S WHO IN

® ®

TM

R

E

A

L

E

S

T

A

T

E

LUXURYREALESTATE.COM

TM

TM

WHO’S WHO IN LUXURY REAL EESTATE

- Menlo Park, Woodside, Atherton & Portola Valley Vickie Burgess-Keene

Karen Gunn, REALTOR®

vbk.burgess@gmail.com

650.888.9457

650.739.5764

kgunn@interorealestate.com

www.PeninsulaHomesByVickie.com CA DRE LIC. NO. 01862208

Denise Villeneuve denisev.homes@gmail.com

650.274.8560 www.PenisulaHomeByDenise.com

Woodside and Mid Peninsula homes speak to a global audience of buyers that want to live here.

CA DRE LIC. NO. 01794615

We Are Here To Help You With All Your Needs.

CA DRE LIC. NO. 01804568

Visit Me Online: www.KarenGunnHomes.com

Jean-Luc Laminette

Jane and Pat Kalish

REALTOR®

REALTORS®

650.947.4723

650.833.9336

janeandpatkalish@gmail.com

jllaminette@interorealestate.com

Taking Your Business Personally!

MBA, French-German-Spanish Palo Alto-Menlo Specialist

CA DRE LIC. NO. 70014868

CA DRE LIC. NO. 01847917

Visit Us Online: www.JaneAndPatKalish.com

Visit Me Online: www.jllaminette.com

Lisa Lyons, REALTOR®

Chris Mogensen ®

REALTOR

650.947.4675

650.924.1834

lisalyonshomes@gmail.com

cmogensen@interorealestate.com

Experience you can trust.

My experience & knowledge will help you plan today for tomorrow’s dreams.

CA DRE LIC. NO. 01704390

CA DRE LIC. NO. 01501433

Visit Me Online: www.InteroRealEstate.com

Visit Me Online: www.LisaLyonsRealty.com

www.InteroRealEstate.com Menlo Park 807 Santa Cruz Avenue Menlo Park, CA 94025 650.543.7740

Woodside 1590 Canada Lane Woodside, CA 94062 650. 206.6200

PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN THE AREA

Distinguished School in 2008. t tEJTUSJDUNQDTEPSH TFBSDIiTDIPPMTw Oak Knoll School0BL,OPMM-BOF  Menlo Park. Principal: David Ackerman. Class Size: 18-23. Enrollment: 717. Grades K-5. t tXXXPBLLOPMMTDIPPMDPN

Michelle Le

Public schools Las Lomitas Elementary School District 1011 Altschul Ave., Menlo Park. Superintendent: Eric Hartwig. Class Size: K-3: 21-22; 4-8: 24-25. Enrollment: 1,374. The district operates two schools for children who live in parts of Menlo Park, Atherton, Woodside and unincorporated areas, including Ladera. Board members: Maria Doktorczyk, president, term ends December 2012; Richard Ginn, clerk, term ends December 2014; Ann Jaquith, term ends 2014; John Macdonald, term ends December 2012; Jay Siegel, term ends December 2014. t tXXXMMFTELDBVT La Entrada Middle School 2200 Sharon Road, Menlo Park. Principal: Larry Thomas. Class Size: 24-25. Enrollment: (SBEFT-B&OUSBEBXBT recognized as a California Distinguished School in 2007 and 2011. t tXXXMMFTELDBVTMFIPNFIUNM Las Lomitas Elementary School "MBNFEBEFMBT1VMHBT "UIFSUPO Principal: Sue Sartor. Class Size: 21&OSPMMNFOU(SBEFT,-BT Lomitas was recognized as a California Distinguished School in April 2010. t tXXXMMFTELDBVTMMIPNFIUNM Menlo Park City School District 181 30 sInfo Menlo ParkWWW!LMANAC.EWSCOM

Encinal Ave., Atherton. Superintendent: Maurice Ghysels. Class Size: K: 24; 1-3: 23 or fewer; 4-8: 25 or fewer. Enrollment: 2,733. The district operates four schools: Laurel, grades K-3; Encinal, grades K-5; Oak Knoll, grades K-5; Hillview Middle 4DIPPM HSBEFT4QBOJTIJNNFSTJPO program available at Encinal and Laurel. Board members: Laura Rich, president, term ends December 2014. Terry 5IZHFTFO WJDFQSFTJEFOUDMFSL UFSN ends December 2014. Jeff Child, term ends December 2012. Maria Hilton, term ends December 2012. Joan Lambert, term ends December 2014. t tCPBSE!NQDTEPSH tEJTUSJDUNQDTEPSH Encinal School&ODJOBM"WF  Atherton. Principal: Sharon A. burns. Class Size: 24. Enrollment: 772. Grades K, 3-5. Encinal was recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School in fall 2007. t tEJTUSJDUNQDTEPSH TFBSDIiTDIPPMTw Hillview Middle School 1100 Elder Ave., Menlo Park. Principal: Erik A. Burmeister. Class Size: 25. Enrollment: 745. Grades )JMMWJFXXBTSFDPHOJ[FEBTB $BMJGPSOJB%JTUJOHVJTIFE4DIPPMJO t tEJTUSJDUNQDTEPSH DMJDLPOiTDIPPMTw Laurel School&EHF3PBE "UIFSUPO Principal: Linda Creighton. Class Size: 21. &OSPMMNFOU(SBEFT,$BMJGPSOJB

Michelle Le

Teacher’s aide Paula Sanchez helps a student with her homework during Belle Haven's after school program.

Portola Valley School District 4575 Alpine Road, Portola Valley. Superintendent: Dr. Carolyn Piraino. Class Size: 21 or fewer in grades K-5; 25 PSGFXFSJOHSBEFT&OSPMMNFOU Portola Valley School District operates two schools for elementary-school-age students who live in Portola Valley, the unincorporated areas of Los Trancos Woods and Vista Verde, a portion of Woodside, and along parts of Skyline Boulevard. Portola Valley board members: Scott Parker, president, term ends December 2013. Jocelyn Swisher, clerk, term ends December 2015. Ray Villareal, term ends December 2013. Linda Wong, term ends December 2015. William Youstra, term ends December 2013. t tQWTCPBSE!QWTEOFU tXXXQWTEOFU Corte Madera School 4575 Alpine Road, Portola Valley. Principal: Michael Corritone. Class Size: 20. Enrollment: 384. Grades 4-8. Named a 2007 Distinguished School; National Blue Ribbon School 2008. t FYU QSJODJQBM  FYU PĂł DF

tXXXQWTEOFU Ormondale School 200 Shawnee Pass Road, Portola Valley. Principal: Jennifer Warren. Class Size: 20. Enrollment: 324. Grades K-3. Ormondale was recognized as a California Distinguished School in .BZ t FYUFYU PĂł DF

tXXXQWTEOFU Woodside Elementary School District Woodside Elementary School, 8PPETJEF3PBE 8PPETJEF Superintendent and Principal: Beth Polito. Built in: 1851. Class Size: K-5: 17-18; &OSPMMNFOU5IFEJTUSJDU has one K-8 elementary school. Board members: Wendy Crandall, president, term ends December 2013; Kevin Johnson, clerk, term ends December 2015; Rudy Driscoll, term ends December 2015; Bettina Pike, term ends December 2013; Marc Tarpenning, term ends December 2013. t tXXXXPPETJEFLDBVT

High schools Menlo-Atherton High School 555 Middlefield Road, Atherton. Principal: .BUUIFX;JUP&OSPMMNFOU  t tXXXNBCFBSTPSH

Woodside High School$IVSDIJMM Ave., Woodside. Principal: Diane Burbank. Enrollment: 1,850. t tXXXXPPETJEFITPSH

Charter schools East Palo Alto Academy High 475 Pope St., Menlo Park. Principal: tba. Class Size: 15-25. Enrollment: 230. A charter school since 2000, now a professionaldevelopment school with Stanford University School of Education. All charter school teachers have or are pursuing National Board certification. t tXXXTUBOGPSEOFXTDIPPMTPSH Everest Public High School 455 5th "WF 3FEXPPE$JUZ&YFDVUJWF%JSFDUPS Kelly Garcia. Class Size: 25 students NBYJNVNUPTUVEFOUUFBDIFSSBUJP &OSPMMNFOU"QQMJDBUJPOTEVFJO March. t tBENJTTJPOT!FWFSFTUQITPSH tXXXFWFSFTUQITPSH

Private elementary and middle schools Beechwood School 50 Terminal Ave., Menlo Park. Principal: David Laurence. Class Size: 18-20. Enrollment: 170. Tuition: NPOUIQFSDIJME PòPOFBDI BEEJUJPOBMDIJME XJUITDIPMBSTIJQT available. This private school offers a traditional academic program. Enrollment restricted to students in Ravenswood City School District. (SBEFT,JOEFS1SFQ&YUFOEFEEBZ school year for KinderPrep and grades K-3. Admission: Application, interview, student screening. t tJKNFOF[!CFFDIXPPETDIPPMPSH tXXXCFFDIXPPETDIPPMPSH Bowman International School 4000 Terman Drive, Palo Alto. Head of School: Mary Beth Ricks. Class Size: 10:1. Enrollment: 220. Tuition: $22,050. K-8 program with a Montessori approach. Individualized, self-directed learning PòFSFEJOBøFYJCMFEBZBOEZFBSSPVOE program. Admission: Application form, $100 application fee, parent and child interview required. t tJOGP!CPXNBOTDIPPMPSH tXXXCPXNBOTDIPPMPSH German-American International School 275 Elliott Drive, Menlo Park. Managing Director: Dominic Liechti. Class Size: 18. Enrollment: 305. Tuition:   QFSZFBS EFQFOEJOH on program and grade level. Various options available. Preschool-8th grade. Classes in this coeducational school are in German and English. t tJOGP!HBJTPSH tXXXHFSNBOBNFSJDBOTDIPPMPSH

1MH4IRMRWYPE E Now nrollin ,MKL7GLSSP g

6)74)'8ˆ/-2(2)77ˆ%'')48%2')ˆ6)74327-&-0-8=

Mid-Peninsula High School, a community for learning since 1979, offers students a stimulating, nurturing, safe environment that empowers them to reach their full academic and social potential. UÊÀ>`iÃʙ‡£Ó UÊ1 Ê>VVÀi`ˆÌi` UÊ/i>“Ê-«œÀÌÃ

(650) 321-1991

UÊ,œˆ˜}Ê`“ˆÃȜ˜Ã UÊ-“>Ê >ÃÃià UÊʏi݈LiÊV>`i“ˆVÊ*Àœ}À>“Ã

www.mid-pen.com Join us at either of our upcoming Open Houses: Saturday, October 20th and Saturday, April 20th No RSVP Necessary

i

Menlo

The Girls’ Middle School 3400 West Bayshore Road, Palo Alto. Head of School: Deb Hof. Class Size: 16. Enrollment: 153. Tuition: Including fees, $24,797 for returning students and around $28,400 for new students; financial aid available. GMS promotes intellectual curiosity and disciplined study habits through a curriculum that gives exposure to the arts and the humanities while emphasizing science, math and computer science. Admission: Testing, interviews, recommendations. Application fee of $75. t FYU tBENJTTJPOT!HJSMTNTPSH tXXXHJSMTNTPSH Keys School 2890 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. Head of School: Jon Ninnemann. Class Size: average ratio 8:1; average class size 18. Enrollment: 300. Tuition: $23,550 a year for grades ,BOE BZFBSGPSHSBEFT Financial aid available. A coed school GPSHSBEFT,‰-PXFSTDIPPM HSBEFT ,BU.JEEMFĂśFME3PBE.JEEMF TDIPPMDBNQVT HSBEFT BU&M Camino Real, Palo Alto. Dress code. Admission: Apply by early January; UPVSGPSQSPTQFDUJWFTUVEFOUT0DUPCFS January. Parent interview and student visit required. t tBENJTTJPO!LFZTTDIPPMDPN tXXXLFZTTDIPPMDPN Nativity School-BVSFM4U  .FOMP1BSL1SJODJQBM$BSPM5SFMVU

Class Size: 31. Enrollment: 276. Tuition:   EFQFOEJOHPOGBNJMZ QBSUJDJQBUJPO-PXFSGFFTGPSNVMUJQMF DIJMESFO$BUIPMJDTDIPPMGPSHSBEFT, Extended care for an additional fee. Uniforms. Admission: Placement testing for grade levels; waiting lists for some grades. t tJOGP!OBUJWJUZTDIPPMDPN tXXXOBUJWJUZTDIPPMDPN Peninsula School 920 Peninsula 8BZ .FOMP1BSL%JSFDUPS,BUIMFFO %BMHMFJTI$MBTT4J[F&OSPMMNFOU 5VJUJPO  ZFBS" nonprofit, progressive school situated on six acres that focuses on the whole DIJME/VSTFSZUIHSBEF$IJMEDBSF PòFSFEZFBSSPVOE"ENJTTJPO7JTJU  interview; application due by Jan. 18, 2013. t tLBUZ!QFOJOTVMBTDIPPMPSH NBSZ MPV!QFOJOTVMBTDIPPMPSH tXXXQFOJOTVMBTDIPPMPSH Phillips Brooks School 2245 Avy Ave., .FOMP1BSL)FBEPG4DIPPM%S4DPUU &SJDLTPO$MBTT4J[F"WFSBHFPG 4UVEFOUUFBDIFSSBUJP&OSPMMNFOU 5VJUJPOZFBSPMET  ZFBS PMET  ,  5VJUJPO assistance is available for all grade levels. Independent, coeducational day school; HSBEFTQSFLJOEFSHBSUFOUISPVHIUI blends academic, physical and social aspects with spiritual awareness and understanding. Admission: Applications

Summit Public Schools invites you to our

Recruitment Open Houses for

Summit Preparatory Charter High School and

Everest Public High School October 3rd, 7:00 pm November 6th, 7:00 pm December 13th, 7:00 pm February 9th, 10:am Locations will alternate between schools. Please check school websites for details. For more information on the Open Houses:

Summit Preparatory Charter High School

Public, Tuition-Free, Charter High Schools

www.summitprep.net 650.556.1110 admissions@everestphs.org

Small and Personalized Education

Everest Public High School

Guaranteed College Preparation

www.everestphs.org 650.366.1050 admissions@summitprep.net

Physically and Emotionally Safe Environments

Summit Public Schools l www.summitps.org 32 sInfo Menlo ParkWWW!LMANAC.EWSCOM

Lower Campus Kindergarten – 2 477 Fremont Avenue

PINEWOOD

Los Altos, CA 94024

PINEWOOD SCHOOL

650.209.3050

Experience the Difference

)RXQGHGLQ3LQHZRRGLVDQLQGHSHQGHQWFRHGXFDWLRQDOQRQSURĂ€W

FROOHJHSUHSVFKRROVHUYLQJJUDGHV.6WXGHQWVEHQHĂ€WIURPVPDOOFODVV

Middle Campus

VL]HDULJRURXVDFDGHPLFFXUULFXOXPDQGDZLGHFKRLFHRIHQULFKPHQW

Grades 3 – 6

DFWLYLWLHVIURPVSRUWVWRĂ€QHDUWVWRFRPPXQLW\VHUYLFH2XUOLPLWHG

327 Fremont Avenue

HQUROOPHQWRIVWXGHQWVLVGLYLGHGRYHUWKUHHFDPSXVHV

Los Altos, CA 94024 650.209.3030

K12 THROUGH

A CADEMICS – C OMMUNITY – C HARACTER

:HRIIHUDQHQYLURQPHQWZKHUHHDFKVWXGHQWLVDUHVSHFWHGDQG YLWDOPHPEHURIRXUHGXFDWLRQDOFRPPXQLW\ 3LQHZRRGZHOFRPHVVWXGHQWVRIGLYHUVHFXOWXUDOUHOLJLRXV

Upper Campus Grades 7 – 12

26800 Fremont Road Los Altos Hills, CA 94022

650.209.3010

VRFLRHFRQRPLFDQGHWKQLFEDFNJURXQGV:HLQYLWH\RXWRH[SORUH

WKHRSSRUWXQLW\IRU\RXUVWXGHQWWREHFRPHDSDUWRIWKH 3LQHZRRGWUDGLWLRQRIDFDGHPLFH[FHOOHQFH )RUPRUHLQIRUPDWLRQDQGWRGLVFXVV the advantages we provide at Pinewood,

SOHDVHFRQWDFWRXU$GPLVVLRQV2IĂ€FH

Looking for a small, intimate and accredited independent school for your children? Consider Woodland, a Preschool to Grade 8 school on a lovely 10 acre setting. Curriculum includes academics and enrichment programs in French, art, music and more.

www.pinewood.edu

Limited spaces available for 2012-2013 Call the Admissions ofďŹ ce to schedule a tour. C ONVENIENT L OCATION O FF 280

AND

A LPINE R OAD

WOODLAND SCHOOL 360 La Cuesta Drive, Portola Valley sWWWWOODLAND SCHOOLORG

Palo Alto Prep OPENING THE DOOR TO CONFIDENCE AND SUCCESS Palo Alto Prep is a unique private high school designed to help students succeed in every aspect of life. We believe that school should be enjoyable and every student experience the pride of personal

Empowerment through Accountability

N

Create a supportive environment and safe community

Provide 8 to 1 studentteacher ratio

N

College prep curriculum

N

90% college enrollment

N

Fully Accredited

N

CertiďŹ ed by State of California as a Non-Public School

N

N

Deliver innovative and creative programs that develop academic and behavioral success

N

and academic accomplishment.

650.493.7071 2462 Wyandotte Street, Mountain View www.paloaltoprep.com

Celebrating our 26th Year! Come tour our newly built campus Enroll now for Fall 2012 Grades 8-12

Year-Round Enrollment

www.AlmanacNews.com Info Menlo Park s 33

1  2.3



What school is meant to be.

  !"# "#$

%&  "   $ .(  "   //        $  (  ,     -,  /*/    /* .    - /       . (0 $     1  2.3  4 # -   ( $   .   / /       5* *  /(  0 ,        $ -  /      $ .(  -*   $ # 



       6 6 6 6 6 6

                !   "# $ #%  #          "#  &' #%    (# )  &) *   +     , * ( 

   

 

 

      

    

 )*   $ *  &    +, -  

! "#  $ % &  '(     

                 

Open Houses: Upper School Oct. 28, Dec. 2 Middle School Oct. 7, Nov. 4

www.menloschool.org/admissions

Stanford Continuing Studies

Open to all adults No admission

requirements Evenings and weekends

We invite you to join our open learning community. Fall registration is now open and most classes begin the week of September 24.

Learn more and register at:

New courses every quarter

Experience the

Stanford campus

34 sInfo Menlo ParkWWW!LMANAC.EWSCOM

continuingstudies.stanford.edu

Where scholarship and values matter.

!(% Roller

coasters and matching acce ssories

!% -&!(

Peanut butter and growling dogs

$+ 

Golf and gett ing along with he r big sister

$ &%- $( & % That

she keeps this smil e every day %&' &%$ %&!$%

%' #' )$&&&&$$%%! & *"$ &$% '%&!," & (%&&& %&' &-% % "%%! $&$(!" &  , &$%!!"$!$%&%'"&!  %"$   '  ($!  &&&$ %!'&&($+%&  -$&& !'&!"  . $"%%! % $ "& &'%"+!'$$ . &$' #'%&+

PRESCHOOL THROUGH 12TH GRADE ON ONE CAMPUS ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡

Roman Catholic, independent school Rigorous and challenging academic program Coeducational Average teacher/student ratio 1:16 Outstanding athletic programs Complete Âżne arts program Community service opportunities Beautiful 63-acre campus with new and modernized facilities Financial assistance available 150 Valparaiso Avenue Ć” Atherton, CA 94027 650.322.1866 Ć” www.shschools.org Inquiries: admission@shschools.org

*+ /'$$ )( '.)  ,#&$$ "$  $#')- (()  )+' -

...!)#)')

/    /&'*/%"**"'&*!)#)') www.AlmanacNews.com Info Menlo Park s 35

i

Nativity Catholic School EDUCATING CHILDREN K-8 IN THE CATHOLIC TRADITION-TO KNOW, LOVE, AND SERVE GOD & HIS FAITH COMMUNITY. Located in historic Menlo Park, Nativity offers a robust curricular program and nurturing environment that feature: UĂŠĂŠĂ•Â?Â?ÞÊVĂ€i`iÂ˜ĂŒÂˆ>Â?i`]ĂŠÂ…Âˆ}Â…Â?ÞÊ ¾Õ>Â?ˆwĂŠi`]ĂŠ`i`ˆV>ĂŒi`ĂŠv>VĂ•Â?ĂŒĂž\ĂŠ -ÂŤiVˆ>Â?ÂˆĂƒĂŒĂƒĂŠÂˆÂ˜ĂŠ-ÂŤ>Â˜ÂˆĂƒÂ…]ĂŠĂ•ĂƒÂˆV]ĂŠ * ]ĂŠ,-*]ĂŠÂ?}iLĂ€>]ĂŠ>˜`ĂŠ-Vˆi˜Vi UĂŠĂ•Â?Â?ĂŠ >Þʈ˜`iĂ€}>Ă€ĂŒiÂ˜ĂŠ UĂŠĂŠĂ“ÂŁĂƒĂŒĂŠ iÂ˜ĂŒĂ•Ă€ĂžĂŠÂ?i>Ă€Â˜ÂˆÂ˜}ĂŠ iÂ˜Ă›ÂˆĂ€ÂœÂ˜Â“iÂ˜ĂŒ\ĂŠ-,/ĂŠLÂœ>Ă€`ĂƒĂŠ ÂˆÂ˜ĂŠiĂ›iÀÞÊVÂ?>ĂƒĂƒĂ€ÂœÂœÂ“]ĂŠÂˆ*>`ĂŠ ĂƒĂŒ>ĂŒÂˆÂœÂ˜ĂƒĂŠvÂœĂ€ĂŠ‡n UĂŠĂŠ ivÂœĂ€iÉ>vĂŒiĂ€ĂŠĂƒV…œœÂ?ĂŠ iĂ?ĂŒi˜`i`ĂŠV>Ă€i

UĂŠĂŠ7iÂ?Â?‡iÂľĂ•ÂˆÂŤÂŤi`ĂŠ-Vˆi˜ViĂŠ>LĂŠ EĂŠĂ•ÂŤ`>ĂŒi`ĂŠˆLĂ€>ÀÞ UĂŠĂŠ Ă?ĂŒĂ€>‡ Ă•Ă€Ă€ÂˆVĂ•Â?>Ă€Ăƒ\ĂŠV>`i“ˆVĂƒ]ĂŠ -ÂŤÂœĂ€ĂŒĂƒ]ĂŠ,ÂœLÂœĂŒÂˆVĂƒ UĂŠĂŠ/i>“Ê-ÂŤÂœĂ€ĂŒĂƒĂŠÂ­À°Ê{‡nÂŽ UĂŠĂŠˆ}Â…iĂƒĂŒĂŠiĂ›iÂ?ĂŠÂœvĂŠVVĂ€i`ÂˆĂŒ>ĂŒÂˆÂœÂ˜ĂŠ LÞÊ7- É7  UÊʙ™‡£ää¯Ê>VViÂŤĂŒ>˜ViĂŠĂ€>ĂŒiĂŠĂŒÂœĂŠ ĂŒÂ…iĂŠÂ…Âˆ}Â…ĂŠĂƒV…œœÂ?ĂŠÂœvĂŠV…œˆVi UĂŠĂŠ9i>Ă€Â‡Ă€ÂœĂ•Â˜`ĂŠĂŒÂœĂ•Ă€ĂƒĂŠLÞÊ >ÂŤÂŤÂœÂˆÂ˜ĂŒÂ“iÂ˜ĂŒ

NATIVITY SCHOOL–MENLO PARK Founded in 1956 by the Sisters of the Presentation

1250 Laurel Street, Menlo Park sWWWNATIVITYSCHOOLCOM “Nativity School where every child is exceptional.�

Menlo

due early January; testing in February for upper grades. Wait pool. Uniforms for K-5. t tJOGP!QIJMMJQTCSPPLTPSH tXXX1IJMMJQT#SPPLTPSH Sacred Heart Schools, Lower & Middle School7BMQBSBJTP"WF "UIFSUPO 1SJODJQBM#SJEHFU$PMMJOT$MBTT4J[F &OSPMMNFOU 5VJUJPO(SBEFT  (SBEFT -PXFS 4DIPPMHSBEFT.JEEMF4DIPPMHSBEFT "QSJWBUF JOEFQFOEFOU3PNBO $BUIPMJDTDIPPM BEJWJTJPOPG4BDSFE )FBSU4DIPPMT "UIFSUPOBOEBQBSUPG UIF*OUFSOBUJPOBM/FUXPSLPG4BDSFE )FBSU4DIPPMT 4FF$IJMEDBSFDFOUFST BOEQSFTDIPPMTGPSJOGPSNBUJPOPO QSFTDIPPMBOELJOEFSHBSUFO "ENJTTJPO "QQMJDBUJPOEFBEMJOF+BOVBSZ BENJTTJPOTUFTUTSFRVJSFE*OUFSWJFX Waiting list. t tBENJTTJPOT!TITDIPPMTPSH tXXXTITDIPPMTPSH St. Raymond School"SCPS3PBE  .FOMP1BSL1SJODJQBM%S5BSB3PMMF $MBTT4J[FTUVEFOUUFBDIFSSBUJPGPS LJOEFSHBSUFOBOEJODPSFTVCKFDUT NBYJNVNDMBTTTJ[F&OSPMMNFOU 5VJUJPO   EFQFOEJOHPO $BUIPMJDTUBUVTBOEDIPJDFUPWPMVOUFFS BOEQVSDIBTF JO4$3*1BEEJUJPOBM DIJMESFOTUVJUJPOEJTDPVOUFE   GPSKVOJPSLJOEFSHBSUFO$BUIPMJD  DPFEVDBUJPOBMFMFNFOUBSZTDIPPM (SBEFT,+VOJPSLJOEFSHBSUFOBMTP

BWBJMBCMF"ENJTTJPO"QQMJDBUJPOT BWBJMBCMFFOEPG+BOVBSZ t tBLFMMZ!TUSBZNPOEPSH tXXXTUSBZNPOEPSH Trinity School4BOE)JMM3PBE  .FOMP1BSL)FBEPG4DIPPM.BSZ .FOBDIP$MBTT4J[F"QQSPYJNBUFMZ  POFDMBTTQFSHSBEF &OSPMMNFOU UPUBMBUUIFFMFNFOUBSZ TDIPPM5VJUJPO4UBSUJOHBU GPS &BSMZ$IJMEIPPE1SPHSBNBOEKVOJPS LJOEFSHBSUFO GPS,(SBEF" DPFE&QJTDPQBMTDIPPM&BSMZ$IJMEIPPE 1SPHSBNHSBEF&BSMZ$IJMEIPPE 1SPHSBNGPSBHFTBOE BU)PMZ5SJOJUZ $IVSDI 3BWFOTXPPE .FOMP1BSL &MFNFOUBSZTDIPPMJTPO4BOE)JMM3PBE 6OJGPSNTSFRVJSFE"ENJTTJPO$BMMGPS TFMFDUHSBEFPQFOJOHT tFYU tBENJTTJPO!USJOJUZNQPSH tXXXUSJOJUZNQPSH Woodland School-B$VFTUB%SJWF  1PSUPMB7BMMFZ)FBEPG4DIPPM+PIO0SB $MBTT4J[F5VJUJPO GPSHSBEFT , GPSHSBEFT  QSFTDIPPM1SFTDIPPMFST ,1SJWBUF  DPFEVDBUJPOBMEBZTDIPPMGPDVTJOHPO BDBEFNJDTXJUIBTUSPOHFOSJDINFOU QSPHSBN JODMVEJOH'SFODI BSU NVTJD  DPNQVUFST 1& BGUFSTDIPPMTQPSUTBOE HZNOBTUJDT&YUFOEFEEBZDBSFGPS enrolled students is offered year-round GSPNBNQN"ENJTTJPO5XP EBZFWBMVBUJPO"ENJTTJPOT%JSFDUPS -PVJTF%PVHMBT

Trinity School ...the right size to give each child a voice Encouraging preschool to Grade 5 children from all backgrounds to love learning. We foster rigorous academics grounded in child-centered content. Trinity upholds the values and traditions of the Episcopal Church.

The legacy of a Trinity education is a curious mind and a discerning heart.       4 B O E  ) J M M  3 P B E  . F O M P  1B S L  t               Y      t  X X X U S J O J U Z  N Q  P S H 36 sInfo Menlo ParkWWW!LMANAC.EWSCOM

Our Mission: The Phillips Brooks School community inspires students to love learning, to develop a spiritual nature, to communicate effectively, to be kind to others and to respect the uniqueness of each person.

2012-13 SCHOOL TOURS

21st Century Smart

& High School Nursery -

OPEN

Preschool to Fifth Grade Tuition Assistance Available 2245 Avy Avenue - Menlo Park - CA - 650.854.4545

HOUSES

www.phillipsbrooks.org

waldorfpeninsula.org

  ),-./-.01&-20.&%.01#2-30-.,*

                              !        "#  $  % & # '( )   

Courage - Community - Kindness - Love of Learning

KEYS SCHOOL Open Houses - 2012 Lower School (K-4) Sat., Nov. 3 Middle School (5-8) Sat., Oct. 13 and Thu., Nov. 8 Please see website for times.

t,JOEFSHBSUFOUISPVHIUIHSBEF t*OEFQFOEFOU OPOTFDUBSJBO  DPFEVDBUJPOBM $"*4BDDSFEJUFE t&OHBHFE IBOETPOMFBSOJOH t4USPOHBDBEFNJDT t8IPMFDIJMEBQQSPBDI t$VMUVSFPGSFTQFDUBOEFNQBUIZ t*OWPMWFEDPNNVOJUZ t"WFSBHFDMBTTTJ[F

Education is not the filling of a pail but the lighting of a fire.          

 

!!"  #  $

Lower School Campus - 2890 Middlefield Road Middle School Campus - 3981 El Camino Real Palo Alto, CA 94306

%  &" ' ( #"   % )* " +"    ( # " " ( &   ( #"  

– William Butler Yeats

0)8-)8.01-2<28825=&,3 38&

;;;   456 7 8  # "" 9::

(650) 328-1711 www.keysschool.com www.AlmanacNews.com Info Menlo Park s 37

i

Menlo

t tJOGP!XPPEMBOETDIPPMPSH tXXXXPPEMBOETDIPPMPSH

Give Your Child the Gift of a Lifetime

. Kindergarten - 8th Grade . Excellent Academics . Dedicated and Caring Faculty . State-of-the-Art Facilities . Music, Arts and Athletics . After-School Programs Call now for your personal tour! Aileen Mitchner Director of Admission 650.494.8200 ext. 104 admissions@hausner.com

CAIS and WASC Accredi ted A Bene ficiary of the JCF Confidential Scholarships Available

Woodside Priory School1PSUPMB 3PBE 1PSUPMB7BMMFZ)FBEPGTDIPPM 5JNPUIZ.PMBL$MBTT4J[F &OSPMMNFOU5VJUJPO$PNQSFIFOTJWF UVJUJPOBOEGFFT GPSEBZ TUVEFOUTöOBODJBMBJEBWBJMBCMF.JEEMF TDIPPMHSBEFT$PFE$BUIPMJD #FOFEJDUJOFTDIPPM$PMMFHFQSFQBSBUPSZ $BTVBMESFTTDPEF"ENJTTJPO "QQMJDBUJPOGPSTDIPPMZFBSEVF +BO FOUSBODFFYBNSFRVJSFE t tBENJTTJPOT!QSJPSZDBPSH tXXX1SJPSZ$"PSH

Private high schools Castilleja School#SZBOU4U  1BMP"MUP)FBEPG4DIPPM/BODJ ,BVòNBO$MBTT4J[F&OSPMMNFOU 5VJUJPO "MMHJSMT HSBEFT $BTUJMMFKBJOGVTFTBDIBMMFOHJOH DPMMFHFQSFQBSBUPSZDVSSJDVMVNXJUIB HMPCBMQSPHSBNUIBUGPTUFSTBXBSFOFTT  DPNQBTTJPOBOEFOHBHFNFOU6OJGPSNT "ENJTTJPO"QQMJDBUJPOTEVFJO+BOVBSZ TUBOEBSEJ[FEUFTUJOHSFRVJSFE t tBENJTTJPO!DBTUJMMFKBPSH tXXXDBTUJMMFKBPSH Menlo School7BMQBSBJTP"WF  "UIFSUPO)FBEPG4DIPPM/PSNBO .$PMC$MBTT4J[F&OSPMMNFOU (SBEFT5VJUJPO GPS

BMMHSBEFT'JOBODJBMBJEJTBWBJMBCMF"O JOEFQFOEFOU DPFEVDBUJPOBMDPMMFHF QSFQBSBUPSZEBZTDIPPMGPSTUVEFOUTJO HSBEFT"ENJTTJPO"QQMJDBUJPOT EVFJO+BOVBSZTUBOEBSEJ[FEUFTUJOH SFRVJSFE t tJOGP!NFOMPTDIPPMPSH tXXXNFOMPTDIPPMPSH Mid-Peninsula High School 8JMMPX3PBE .FOMP1BSL)FBEPG 4DIPPM%PVHMBT$5IPNQTPO$MBTT 4J[F&OSPMMNFOU5VJUJPO  $PFEGPSHSBEFT5IF TDIPPMJTEFTJHOFEGPSTUVEFOUTXIP DBOCFOFöUGSPNBTNBMMFSFOWJSPONFOU BOEBøFYJCMF JOEJWJEVBMMZGPDVTFE BDBEFNJDQSPHSBN"ENJTTJPO:FBS SPVOEFOSPMMNFOU$POUBDUUIFTDIPPMUP BSSBOHFBOJOGPSNBUJPOJOUFSWJFXBOEUP SFDFJWFBOBQQMJDBUJPOQBDLFU t tJOGP!NJEQFODPN tXXXNJEQFODPN Sacred Heart Schools/Preparatory 7BMQBSBJTP"WF "UIFSUPO1SJODJQBM +BNFT&WFSJUU$MBTT4J[F&OSPMMNFOU 5VJUJPO (SBEFT" QSJWBUF JOEFQFOEFOU3PNBO$BUIPMJD TDIPPMBOEBQBSUPGUIF*OUFSOBUJPOBM /FUXPSLPG4BDSFE)FBSU4DIPPMT "ENJTTJPO"QQMJDBUJPOTEVFJO+BOVBSZ BENJTTJPOTUFTUTSFRVJSFE*OUFSWJFX 8BJUJOHMJTU tGPSBENJTTJPOT tBENJTTJPO!TITDIPPMTPSH tXXXTITDIPPMTPSH

experience matters.

Admission Open House Sundays 2-4:30pm October 14, 2012 December 9, 2012 January 13, 2013

KEHILLAH

KEHILLAH JEWISH HIGH SCHOOL

KEHILLAH JEWISH HIGH SCHOOL

years

3900 FABIAN WAY PALO ALTO, CA 94303

www.kehillah.org GROW ING COMMUNITY FOR A DEC A DE

Kehillah means community. Join us.

RSVP to admissions@kehillah.org

3900 Fabian Way, Palo Alto, CA 94303 38 sInfo Menlo ParkWWW!LMANAC.EWSCOM

When itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s your child, experience matters.

Teaching MANDARIN IMMERSION for 15 years. A leader in FRENCH IMMERSION in Palo Alto. Established nursery through 8th grade programs. Accepting pre-school applications. Register for a tour today.

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF THE PENINSULA Ecole internationale de la Péninsule s ̽à£&#x2018;à©¢á&#x201E;&#x2018;á&#x2039;&#x2022;à¤&#x201C; WWWISTPORGs(650) 251-8504

40$*"-4&37*$&4 03("/*;"5*0/4 AND AGENCIES

Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA 12 Airport Blvd., San Mateo. A private nonprofit that receives no funding from national animal groups. For adoptions, visit the Center for Compassion, 1450 Rollins Road, Burlingame. Other programs include summer camp, obedience classes and wildlife rehabilitation. To surrender an animal, look for a lost pet or for a spay/neuter appointment, visit the San Mateo shelter. Volunteer opportunities. Animal Services (Adoption Center): 1450 Rollins Road, Burlingame 94010. Hours: Weekdays 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; weekends 11 a.m.-6 p.m.; closed major holidays t tXXXQITTQDBPSH Pets In Need 871 5th Ave., Redwood City. Pets In Need is a no-kill adoption shelter serving the Peninsula and Greater 4JMJDPO7BMMFZ*UJTB D OPOQSPĂśU and receives no local, state or federal tax support. Adoptions: $100 cats and dogs; includes spay or neuter surgery. Hours: Thu-Sun noon to 5 p.m. t tJOGP!1FUT*O/FFEPSH tXXXQFUTJOOFFEPSH

Business organizations Menlo Park Chamber of Commerce 1100 Merrill St., Menlo Park. Provides programs and services to large and small businesses, community information and business referrals. Networking opportunities. Sponsors free business counseling by appointment with a SCORE and U.S. Small Business representative. Business start-up kits, relocation packets and a business/ community directory are available. Hours: Mon-Thu 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Fri 9 a.m.-1 p.m. or by appointment. t tJOGP!NFOMPQBSLDIBNCFSDPN tXXXNFOMPQBSLDIBNCFSDPN

Emergency services American Red Cross Bay Area, San Mateo County 1710 Trousdale Drive, Burlingame. Helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies; provides disaster relief. Offers classes in CPR, first aid, babysitting and other skills. )PVST.PO'SJBNQN tHFOFSBM)&-1 #":  IPVSIPUMJOF 650-259-1765 tXXXSFEDSPTTCBZBSFBPSH Blackberry REACT, Volunteer Radio Communications 1467 Chilco St., Menlo Park. Volunteers provide radio communications for local community events within portions of San Mateo and Santa Clara counties at no charge. Free training in emergency preparedness

and communication procedures. Meets first Wed of the month at 7 p.m. in the training room, Menlo Park Fire Station 77, 1467 Chilco St., Menlo Park. t tXXXCMBDLCFSSZSFBDUPSH

Environment Acterra&#BZTIPSF3PBE 1BMP Alto. Acterra aims to create local solutions that foster a healthy natural environment. The organization hosts talks on environmental issues and provides community programs on the environment. Hours: Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-5 p.m. t tJOGP!BDUFSSBPSH tXXXBDUFSSBPSH Baylands Conservation Committee 1056 Forest Ave., Palo Alto. An environmental-action committee of 650 individuals concerned with the Palo Alto and Midpeninsula baylands and bayfront areas. t Citizens Committee to Complete the Refuge5FOOFTTFF-BOF 1BMP Alto. The committeeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s goal is to see all wetlands remaining in the San Francisco Bay acquired by the public and placed in the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge, which it helped establish in 1972. Recently, 16,500 acres of salt ponds have been acquired for restoration to wildlife habitat. Hours: Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-5 p.m. t tøPSFODF!SFGVHFPSH tXXXDDDSSFGVHFPSH Committee for Green Foothills E. Bayshore Road, Palo Alto. Founded in 1962, the committee works to protect the open space, farmlands and natural resources of San Mateo and Santa Clara counties through advocacy, education and grassroots action. t tJOGP!HSFFOGPPUIJMMTPSH tXXXHSFFOGPPUIJMMTPSH Environmental Volunteers 2560 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto. Dedicated to promoting an understanding of and responsibility for the environment through hands-on, natural science education. Hours: Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-5 p.m. t tJOGP!FWPMTPSH tXXXFWPMTPSH Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) 222 High St., Palo Alto. A private, nonprofit land conservancy dedicated to preserving the beauty, character and diversity of the San Francisco Peninsula landscape. Since its founding in 1977, POST has protected more than 50,000 acres of land in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties. Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m. t

Michelle Michelle Le Le

Animal services/ protection

Model Coach Charleston Pierce reviews a video of MAHS students catwalking during Caption here rehearsalgoes at the Performing Arts Center.

tQPTU!PQFOTQBDFUSVTUPSH tXXXPQFOTQBDFUSVTUPSH Sierra Club, Loma Prieta Chapter &#BZTIPSF3PBE 4UF  Palo Alto. Addresses conservation issues at local, regional and state levels. Major conservation issue areas include protection of San Francisco Bay, promoting sustainability, ending sprawl, preservation of open space and farm land, wetlands restoration, coastal protection, mass transit, energy efficiency and global warming. t tXXXMPNBQSJFUBTJFSSBDMVCPSH

Farmers markets Menlo Park Farmers Market In the parking plaza behind Wells Fargo Bank on Santa Cruz Avenue, between Chestnut and Crane streets, Menlo 1BSL"CPVUGBSNFSTTFMMDSPQTBU the market. Fresh seasonal produce, including much that is organically grown, plus eggs, honey, fish, beeswax QSPEVDUT QPUUFEIFSCTBOEøPXFSJOH QMBOUT BOEDVUøPXFST)PVST:FBS round; Sun 9 a.m.-1 p.m. t

Garden clubs Kings Mountain Garden Club P.O. #PY 8PPETJEF5IFDMVCIPMET garden tours, prepares the Community Center for the annual Art Fair and holds BQMBOUTBMFUIFSFBGUFS -BCPS%BZ  hosts an annual summer luncheon, and hosts a wreath making on the first Sat in December at the Kings Mountain Community Center. tQFUFSN!BUUOFU Woodside-Atherton Garden Club 10#PY .FOMP1BSL5IFDMVC educates its members and the public on IPSUJDVMUVSF DPOTFSWBUJPOBOEøPXFS arranging. Makes contributions to other charitable organizations by promoting knowledge in these areas. Membership by invitation only. Meeting time: Meets monthly Sept-June. tXXXXPPETJEFBUIFSUPOHDDPN

Health clinics and hospitals Arbor Free Clinic 795 Willow Road, Bldg.  .FOMP1BSL"QSJWBUF OPOQSPĂśU agency providing acute medical care, TB testing and other health screenings for uninsured people in Santa Clara and San www.AlmanacNews.com Info Menlo Park s 39

i

Menlo

Mateo counties. The clinic is staffed by volunteers from the Stanford University Medical School. Hours: Sun 10 a.m.-2 p.m. t%VSJOH4VOEBZ$MJOJD FYUXFFLEBZT tBSCPSTUBOGPSEFEV

TQFDJBMUJFT"MTPIBTPOTJUFMBCPSBUPSZ TFSWJDFT BTXFMMBTSBEJPMPHZ VMUSBTPVOE BOENBNNPHSBQIZ)PVST.PO'SJ BNQN4BUBNQN Same-day appointments available. t tXXXNFOMPDMJOJDDPN

Kaiser Permanente Redwood City Medical Center7FUFSBOT#MWE  3FEXPPE$JUZ"CFEBDVUFDBSF IPTQJUBMBOENFEJDBMPóDFDPNQMFY  TFSWJOHOFBSMZ ,BJTFS)FBMUI Plan members. Specialized center for neurosciences. t tXXXLBJTFSQFSNBOFOUFPSH

Palo Alto Medical Foundation&M $BNJOP3FBM 1BMP"MUP5IF1BMP"MUP .FEJDBM'PVOEBUJPOGPS)FBMUI$BSF  3FTFBSDIBOE&EVDBUJPO 1".' PòFST BNVMUJTQFDJBMUZHSPVQQSBDUJDFPG medicine and outpatient medicine. 1".'TBóMJBUFEQIZTJDJBOTBOE  FNQMPZFFT QBSUPGUIF4VUUFS Health family of nonprofit hospitals and QIZTJDJBOPSHBOJ[BUJPOT TFSWFNPSF UIBO QBUJFOUTUISPVHIPVUUIF #BZ"SFB)PVST.PO'SJBN QN TPNFEFQBSUNFOUTWBSZ 4BU a.m.-noon t TXJUDICPBSEJTPQFO IPVST

tXXXQBNGPSHQBMPBMUP

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital 8FMDI3PBE 1BMP"MUP5IF bed hospital is devoted to the care of children and expectant mothers. Provides pediatric and obstetric medical BOETVSHJDBMTFSWJDFTJOBTTPDJBUJPO with the Stanford University School PG.FEJDJOF1BDLBSE$IJMESFOTPòFST QBUJFOUTBGVMMSBOHFPGIFBMUIDBSF QSPHSBNTBOETFSWJDFT)PVSTIPVST BEBZ$MJOJDTPQFOHFOFSBMMZ.PO'SJ BNQN CVUIPVSTWBSZ BDDPSEJOHUPTQFDJBMUZ t tXXXMQDIPSH Menlo Medical Clinic$SBOF4U  Menlo Park. Provides comprehensive QSJNBSZBOETQFDJBMUZDBSF JODMVEJOH PCTUFUSJDTHZOFDPMPHZ JOUFSOBM NFEJDJOF QFEJBUSJDTBOETVSHJDBM

■ Urgent Care Center&M$BNJOP 3FBM 1BMP"MUP'PSVSHFOU ESPQJODBSF )PVST%BJMZBNQN t BEVMU  QFEJBUSJD

tXXXQBNGPSHVSHFOUDBSF

Ravenswood Family Health Center "#BZ3PBE &BTU1BMP"MUP" nonprofit community health clinic that offers primary medical care and CFIBWJPSBMIFBMUITFSWJDFTGPSBMMBHFT  TFSWJOHMPXJODPNFBOEVOJOTVSFE

      



       

!!$!"   #    !"&%#  %!#  %#%"$



 

SFTJEFOUTPG&BTU1BMP"MUP #FMMF)BWFO BOE/PSUI'BJS0BLTJO3FEXPPE$JUZ )PVST.PO 8FE 5IVBNQN5VF BNQN'SJBNQN4BU a.m.-noon. Same-day appointments are BWBJMBCMFGPSVSHFOUDBSF t tXXXSBWFOTXPPEGIDPSH

#VJMUJO JUJTBOFYBNQMFPG(PUIJD 3FWJWBM i4UFBNCPBUw BSDIJUFDUVSF )PVST5IFöSTUGPVS8FEBOEUIFUIJSE 4BUPGFBDINPOUI BNQN Special tours and/or luncheon by prior BSSBOHFNFOU$MPTFE"VHVTU t tXXXMBUISPQIPVTFPSH

Ravenswood Family Health Center at Belle Haven5FSNJOBM"WF  .FOMP1BSL0òFSTBEVMUQSJNBSZDBSF QSFWFOUJWFTFSWJDFT)PVST.PO 8FE 'SJBNQN5VFQN t tXXXSBWFOTXPPEGIDPSH

San Mateo County History Museum #SPBEXBZ4U 3FEXPPE$JUZ )PVTFEJOUIFDPVOUZDPVSUIPVTF  the association operates three NVTFVNT JODMVEJOHUIF8PPETJEF 4UPSFBOE4BODIF["EPCFJO1BDJöDB  and offers classes for children and BEVMUT NPOUIMZQSPHSBNTBOEIJTUPSJDBM demonstrations. Hours: Tue-Sun 10 BNQN t tXXXIJTUPSZTNDPSH

Sequoia Hospital"MBNFEBEFMBT 1VMHBT 3FEXPPE$JUZ5IJTBDDSFEJUFE  nonprofit community hospital provides HFOFSBMNFEJDBMBOETVSHJDBMTFSWJDFT  BOETQFDJBMJ[FEDBSFIPVSGBDJMJUZ t.BJO)PTQJUBM'JOEB %PDUPS tXXXTFRVPJBIPTQJUBMPSH Stanford Hospital and Clinics 1BTUFVS%SJWF 4UBOGPSE5IF4UBOGPSE 6OJWFSTJUZ.FEJDBM$FOUFSJODMVEFTUIF 4UBOGPSE)PTQJUBM$MJOJDT UIF4UBOGPSE University School of Medicine and the -VDJMF4BMUFS1BDLBSE$IJMESFOT)PTQJUBM t tXXXTUBOGPSEIPTQJUBMDPN Stanford Hospital & Clinics 1BTUFVS%SJWF 4UBOGPSE)BTCFET GPSJOQBUJFOUUSFBUNFOU FNFSHFODZ DBSF NBKPSTVSHFSJFT MBCPSBUPSJFT  X-ray. Stanford Hospital is well-known GPSDBODFSUSFBUNFOU PODPMPHZBOE USBOTQMBOUTFSWJDFT)PVST"ENJUUJOH .PO'SJBNQN4BU4VOBN QN&NFSHFODZIPVSTEBJMZ tBQQPJOUNFOUTBOE SFGFSSBMT tSFGFSSBM!TUBOGPSENFEPSH tXXXTUBOGPSEIPTQJUBMPSH Stanford Medical Center Medical groups.FEJDBMHSPVQTBóMJBUFEXJUI 4UBOGPSE)PTQJUBM$MJOJDT4UBOGPSE 'BNJMZ1SBDUJDF 4UBOGPSE .FEJDBM(SPVQ .FOMP .FEJDBM$MJOJD 4UBOGPSE 3FGFSSBM$FOUFS  Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System.JSBOEB"WF 1BMP "MUP5IFGBDJMJUZQSPWJEFTHFOFSBM NFEJDBM TVSHJDBMBOEQTZDIJBUSJDDBSF UPWFUFSBOT7FUFSBOT"òBJSTIBTUISFF JOQBUJFOUEJWJTJPOT UIFNBJODBNQVT JO1BMP"MUP BTFDPOEDBNQVTBU 8JMMPX3PBEJO.FOMP1BSLBOEBUIJSE DBNQVTJO-JWFSNPSF5IF1BMP"MUP )FBMUI$BSF4ZTUFNIBTPQFSBUJOH CFETJODMVEJOHUISFFOVSTJOHIPNFT and a 100-bed homeless domiciliary on the Menlo Park campus. It is home to a WBSJFUZPGTQFDJBM SFHJPOBMUSFBUNFOU DFOUFST)PVST%BJMZBNQN FNFSHFODZIPVST t tXXXQBMPBMUPWBHPW

Historical associations



     !    40 sInfo Menlo ParkWWW!LMANAC.EWSCOM

Lathrop House)BNJMUPO"WF  3FEXPPE$JUZ0QFSBUFECZUIF 3FEXPPE$JUZ)FSJUBHF"TTPDJBUJPOBT an historic house museum. Listed on UIF/BUJPOBM3FHJTUFSPGIJTUPSJDQMBDFT

Homeless services Community Working Group ""MNB4U 1BMP"MUP/POQSPöU PSHBOJ[BUJPOBEESFTTJOHIPNFMFTTOFTT on the Midpeninsula. t tIUUQDPNNVOJUZXPSLJOHHSPVQPSH InnVision Shelter Network $IBQJO"WF OEøPPS #VSMJOHBNF 4IFMUFS/FUXPSLQSPWJEFTIPVTJOH and supportive services for homeless families and individuals on the San 'SBODJTDP1FOJOTVMB1SPHSBNTIFMQ NPSFUIBO QFPQMFBOOVBMMZ‰ JODMVEJOH DIJMESFO‰SFUVSO UPQFSNBOFOUIPVTJOHBOECFDPNF GVMMZTFMGTVóDJFOU4IFMUFS/FUXPSLT USBOTJUJPOBMIPVTJOHGBDJMJUJFTBSFMPDBUFE JO.FOMP1BSL 3FEXPPE$JUZ 4BO.BUFP BOE%BMZ$JUZ tNBJOYEJSFDU  tJOGP!TIFMUFSOFUXPSLPSH tXXXJWTOPSH ■ Breaking Bread hot meals program 1BMP"MUP)PUNFBMTEBJMZBUWBSJPVT DIVSDIFTJO1BMP"MUPBOE.FOMP1BSL $BMMPSDIFDLXFCTJUFGPSTQFDJöD MPDBUJPOT)PVST.PO'SJBNQN t tXXXJWTOPSH ■ The Opportunity Center&ODJOB

"WF 1BMP"MUP"NJYFEVTFGBDJMJUZ that provides coordinated services and IPVTJOHUPIPNFMFTTNFO XPNFOBOE DIJMESFOBOEUIPTFBUSJTLPGCFDPNJOH IPNFMFTT5IFöSTUøPPSTFSWJDFTDFOUFS QSPWJEFTESPQJOTPDJBMTFSWJDFT BOE IPVTJOHJTMPDBUFEJOUIFVQQFSGPVS øPPST t tXXXJWTOPSH Shelter Network - Haven Family House$IBQJO"WF OE'MPPS  #VSMJOHBNF1SPWJEFTUSBOTJUJPOBM IPVTJOHBOETVQQPSUTFSWJDFTGPS homeless families. Site includes BQBSUNFOUT BDPNQVUFSDFOUFSBOEGSFF licensed child care. t tXXXJWTOPSH Midpeninsula Citizens for Fair Housing,JOHTMFZ"WF 1BMP"MUP "QSJWBUFOPOQSPöUNFNCFSTIJQ PSHBOJ[BUJPOUIBUQSPWJEFTGBJSIPVTJOH

i

investigation, counseling and education for local communities. Serves Stanford, Los Altos and Los Altos Hills. t tJOGP!FDIPGBJSIPVTJOHPSH tXXXFDIPGBJSIPVTJOHPSH Peninsula Volunteers: Low-income housing.JEEMF"WF .FOMP Park. Peninsula Volunteers Inc. provides services designed to support UIFXFMGBSFPGTFOJPSDPNNVOJUZ NFNCFST JODMVEJOHB.FBMTPO 8IFFMTQSPHSBNGPSRVBMJGJFE JOEJWJEVBMTXIPBSFIPNFCPVOEBOE VOBCMFUPQSFQBSFGPPEJO"UIFSUPO  #FMNPOU &BTU1BMP"MUP .FOP1BSL  1PSUPMB7BMMFZ 3FEXPPE$JUZ 4BO $BSMPTBOE8PPETJEF t tCDIBSMPX!QFOJOTVMBWPMVOUFFSTPSH tXXXQFOWPMPSH

Radio station KCEA 89.1 FM.JEEMFöFME3PBE  "UIFSUPO#SPBEDBTUT#JH#BOENVTJD GSPNATBOEATIPVSTBEBZ4FSWFT BTUIFEJTBTUFSJOGPSNBUJPOTUBUJPOGPS UIFTVSSPVOEJOHBSFB4USFBNTBVEJP BUXXXLDFBPSH t#VTJOFTT-JTUFOFS SFRVFTUT tNJDIBFM!LDFBPSH tXXXLDFBPSH

Menlo

Recycling and hazardous waste disposal RecycleWorks - County of San Mateo Program$PVOUZ$FOUFS UI'MPPS  3FEXPPE$JUZ3FDZDMF8PSLTPòFST DPNQSFIFOTJWFXBTUFSFEVDUJPO  SFDZDMJOHBOESFVTFJOGPSNBUJPOUP residents, businesses, students and WJTJUPSTPG4BO.BUFP$PVOUZ t tXXX3FDZDMF8PSLTPSH San Mateo County HHW Product Give-Away Program1JOF4U  3FEXPPE$JUZ-BUFYQBJOUBOEDIFNJDBM products in good condition are BWBJMBCMFBUUIF(JWF"XBZ8BSFIPVTF JO3FEXPPE$JUZ5IFXBSFIPVTFJTPQFO GSPNQNFWFSZöSTUBOEUIJSE5IV t tIUUQXXXTNDIFBMUIPSH OPEF San Mateo County Household Hazardous Waste Program 5PXFS3PBE 4BO.BUFP1SPWJEFTTBGF opportunities for residents to dispose of QBJOUTBOEPUIFSIPVTFIPMEDIFNJDBMT UIBUBSFIB[BSEPVT$PMMFDUJPOTFWFSZ 5IV 'SJBOE4BUCZBQQPJOUNFOUPOMZ t t&OW)FBMUI!DPTBONBUFPDBVT tFWFOUTTNIFBMUIPSHFWFOUT Santa Clara County Recycling Hotline4BO+PTF4UBUF6OJWFSTJUZ $FOUFSGPS%FWFMPQNFOUPG3FDZDMJOH  8BTIJOHUPO4RVBSF 4BO+PTF5IF

$FOUFSGPS%FWFMPQNFOUPG3FDZDMJOH $%3 BOPOQSPöU VOJWFSTJUZCBTFE SFDZDMJOHSFTPVSDF PQFSBUFTBSFDZDMJOH IPUMJOFBOEXFCTJUFGPS4BOUB$MBSB $PVOUZ$%3VTFTBEBUBCBTF UIF i3FDZDMPQFEJB wUPNBOBHFJOGPSNBUJPO BCPVUUIFBWBJMBCJMJUZBOETFSWJDFT PGSFDZDMJOHBOESFVTFDFOUFST DJUZ SFDZDMJOHQSPHSBNT)PVST.PO'SJ BNQN$MPTFE4BU 4VO t tJOGP!SFDZDMFTUVòPSH tXXXSFDZDMFTUVòPSH Used oil, motor oil and filters 4IPSFXBZ3PBE 4BO$BSMPT4BO.BUFP $PVOUZIBTNPSFUIBODPMMFDUJPO DFOUFST NBOZPGXIJDIBDDFQUöMUFST 5IFTFSWJDFJTGSFFUPDPVOUZSFTJEFOUT 3FDPMPHZ SFHVMBSQSPWJEFSPGHBSCBHF BOEDVSCTJEFSFDZDMJOHTFSWJDFUP .FOMP1BSL "UIFSUPOBOEQPSUJPOTPG VOJODPSQPSBUFE4BO.BUFP$PVOUZ  BDDFQUTVTFENPUPSPJMBUDVSCTJEFXIFO JUTQMBDFEJOBOPOCSFBLBCMF DMFBS QMBTUJDPOFHBMMPODPOUBJOFSUIBUIBT CFFOUBQFETIVU)PVST.PO4BU BNQN$MPTFE4VO t tIUUQXXXSFUIJOLXBTUFPSH TIPSFXBZGBDJMJUZPWFSWJFX Computer Recycling Center 4VOOZWBMF0OMZCVTJOFTTQJDLVQT GPS free. No residential pickups. Accepts DPNQVUFST TPGUXBSF UFMFQIPOFTGPS SFDZDMJOHPSEPOBUJPOUPTDIPPMT$BMMGPS OFBSFTUESPQPòMPDBUJPO$IFDLXFCTJUF GPSCVTJOFTTQJDLVQSFRVFTU VQEBUFE

information and fees. t tXXXDSDPSH GreenCitizen)PNFS"WF 1BMP "MUP'SFFSFDZDMJOHPGNPOJUPST MBQUPQT  EFTLUPQT TFSWFST$35T 57T DFMMQIPOFT  JOLDBSUSJEHFTBOE%7%T$%T"DDFQUT broad range of electronics including BVEJPWJTVBM UFMFDPN HBNFDPOTPMFT BOEPUIFSIBSEUPSFDZDMFFMFDUSPOJDT GPSDFOUTMC/P4UZSPGPBN CBUUFSJFT  PSMJHIUCVMCT#VTJOFTTSFTJEFOUJBMQJDL VQBWBJMBCMF)PVST.PO4BU BN QN$MPTFE4VO *5TVQQPSUBWBJMBCMF.PO4BU BN QNVOBWBJMBCMF4VO t FYU PS FYU tJOGP!HSFFODJUJ[FODPN tXXXHSFFODJUJ[FODPN Recology4IPSFXBZ3PBE (BUF  4BO$BSMPT"MMJFE8BTUF4FSWJDFTCVZT BMVNJOVN HMBTTBOEDFSUBJOUZQFTPG QMBTUJD/POSFEFNQUJPOSFDZDMBCMFT â&#x20AC;&#x201D; cardboard, paper, plastic bottles, FUDÂ&#x2030;DBOCFESPQQFEPò"DDFQUT FMFDUSPOJDT VTFENPUPSPJM BOUJGSFF[F  TIBSQT DPPLJOHPJM PJMöMUFST MBUFYQBJOU  øVPSFTDFOUMJHIUJOHUVCFT DFMMQIPOFT  IPVTFIPMECBUUFSJFT IBSECBDLCPPLT  DPNQVUFSNPOJUPSTBOE57T4PNF SFTUSJDUJPOTPORVBOUJUJFT)PVST.PO 'SJBNQN t tIUUQXXXBMMJFEXBTUFTBONBUFP com

www.AlmanacNews.com Info Menlo Park s 41

i

Sierra Pacific Recycling 2700 Middlefield Road, Redwood City. Onsite buy-back center and commercial pick-up service that handles all grades of paper, cardboard, newspaper, non-ferrous scrap metal and all CRV aluminum cans, glass bottles and plastic. Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Sat 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; Closed Sun (Must arrive 15 minutes before closing to unload) t tXXXTJFSSBQBDJĂśDSFDZDMJOHOFU

Seniors

Stanford Recycling Drop-Off Center 701 Serra St., Stanford. Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sat 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; closed most major holidays t tIUUQSFDZDMJOHTUBOGPSEFEV ESPQPòJOEFYIUNM

East Palo Alto Senior Center Inc. Bell St., East Palo Alto. Lunch served every day. Activities include bingo, ĂśUOFTTFYFSDJTFT DSPDIFUDMBTT UBJDIJ classes, music appreciation, brownbag food giveaway â&#x20AC;&#x201D; all free. Country breakfast on Thursday morning. Rents space for events, functions. Also trips. Brown Bag Food program every Thursday 9 a.m.-11 a.m.; seniors are served hot, homecooked meals. Hours: Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-3 p.m. t

American Institutes for Research, John C. Flanagan Research Center 2800 Campus Drive, Ste. 200, San Mateo. An independent, nonprofit corporation engaged in research, development, evaluation and policy analysis in education, employment discrimination, health and early childhood. t tXXXBJSPSH

Menlo

Avenidas 450 Bryant St., Palo Alto. A nonprofit that provides resources and programs for positive aging. Includes Avenidas Rose Kleiner Center in Mountain View that offers two levels of daytime care; and Avenidas Village, which offers the amenities of a retirement community for people who choose to stay in their own homes. Hours: Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-5 p.m. t tXXXBWFOJEBTPSH

Lytton Gardens Senior Communities 437 Webster St., Palo Alto. Provides residential, health and support services to enable seniors with varying needs and resources to age with dignity.

Inspirations

Lytton Gardens comprises three levels of care: retirement living, assisted living and skilled nursing. Lytton offers activities, outings, socialization and support for its residents. t tXXXMZUUPOHBSEFOTPSH Meals on Wheels 800 Middle Ave., Menlo Park. Serving south San Mateo County (San Carlos to East Palo Alto), the program delivers meals to qualified individuals who are homebound and unable to prepare or shop for food. Meals on Wheels are available for both short-term convalescences or long-term disabilities. Suggested donation of $4.25 per meal. Hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-2 p.m. t tXXXQFOWPMPSHNFBMTPOXIFFMT Menlo Park Senior Center 110 Terminal Ave., Menlo Park. Offers health, recreational and educational programs, as well as cultural events and social services for older adults. Nutritionally balanced gourmet hot meals, and doorto-door local transportation to and from the center are offered on weekdays for NJOJNBMDPTU)*$"1BOEUBYBTTJTUBODF also available. Hours: Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-3 p.m. t tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSH

The heart of Christian Science is Love. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s about feeling Godâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s goodness, as Jesus taught. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re welcome at our healing services!

1095 Cloud Avenue Menlo Park

See us on YouTube www.youtube.com/BethanyMP

Peninsula Volunteers Inc. 800 Middle Ave., Menlo Park. A nonprofit organization promoting welfare of seniors. Major programs and facilities include Little House Activity Center, Meals on Wheels, Crane Place and 1BSUSJEHF,FOOFEZ"QBSUNFOUT BOE Rosener House Adult Day Services. Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. t tXXXQFOWPMPSH â&#x2013;  Rosener House Adult Day Services

500 Arbor Road, Menlo Park. Operated by Peninsula Volunteers, Rosener House offers structured activity programs for participants with Alzheimerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s disease and other functional or cognitive impairments. The weekday program offers health, social and support services. Fees based on cost of service and familiesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; ability to pay. Hours: Mon-

A guide to the spiritual communit y

First Church of Christ, Scientist, Palo Alto Lutheran Church

Older Adults Care Management 291 Lambert Ave., Palo Alto. A nonprofit division of the Institute on Aging, OACM is a licensed home health agency offering home care, personal care assistance, care management and consultation. Offers specialized dementia care. t tXXXJPBHJOHPSH

www.cspaloalto.org 3045 Cowper St. (650)493-7870

A place to Worship.... Connect....Serve.

Sundays:

9:00 & 10:45AM Worship Services Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s classes all morning. Jr. High & High School meet at 10:45AM. College Group meets at 9:30AM.

St. Bedeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Episcopal Church We help all ages grow in faith and service

Inspirations is a resource

Phone 650.854.6555 â&#x20AC;˘ SUNDAY SERVICES â&#x20AC;˘ Holy Eucharist 8:00, 10:15am â&#x20AC;˘ WEEKLY SERVICES â&#x20AC;˘ Holy Eucharist Tues 8:00am, Thurs 12:10pm

2650 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park www.stbedesmenlopark.org 42 sInfo Menlo ParkWWW!LMANAC.EWSCOM

for ongoing religious services and With Music

special events. To inquire about or to reserve space in Inspirations, please contact Blanca Yoc at 223-6596 or email byoc@paweekly.com

i

Fri 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m. t tXXXQFOJOTVMBWPMVOUFFSTPSH Seniors At Home$IBOOJOH"WF  1BMP"MUP$PNQSFIFOTJWFTFSWJDFTUP IFMQTFOJPSTMJWFTBGFS IFBMUIJFS NPSF JOEFQFOEFOUMJWFTJOUIFJSPXOIPNFT )PNFDBSFBOEDBSFNBOBHFNFOU  TLJMMFEOVSTJOH QBMMJBUJWFBOEFOEPGMJGF DBSF IFBMUIDBSFBEWPDBDZ DPVOTFMJOH  NPOFZNBOBHFNFOUBOEUSBOTQPSUBUJPO TFSWJDFT t t*OGP!4FOJPST"U)PNFPSH tXXX4FOJPST"U)PNFPSH Stevenson House&$IBSMFTUPO 3PBE 1BMP"MUP0รฒFSTJOEFQFOEFOU MJWJOHXIFSFTFOJPSTBHF MJWFJOPOF PGUISFFMPXSJTFCVJMEJOHTJOFJUIFS BTUVEJPPSPOFCFESPPN#FTJEFT QSPWJEJOHXFFLEBZGBNJMZTUZMFNFBM TFSWJDF DBSFDPPSEJOBUJPOBOEIPVS FNFSHFODZBTTJTUBODFUPSFTJEFOUT  4UFWFOTPO)PVTFDPPSEJOBUFTBWBSJFUZ PGTUJNVMBUJOHTPDJBMBOESFDSFBUJPOBM BDUJWJUJFT t tJOGP!TUFWFOTPOIPVTFPSH tXXXTUFWFOTPOIPVTFPSH

Service groups Allied Arts Auxiliary"SCPS3PBE  .FOMP1BSL7PMVOUFFSPSHBOJ[BUJPO XPSLTUPCFOFรถUUIF-VDJMF1BDLBSE $IJMESFOT)FBMUI4FSWJDFTBU4UBOGPSE 5IF"VYJMJBSZPXOTBOENBOBHFTUIF

"MMJFE"SUT(VJMEDPNQMFYPGIJTUPSJD CVJMEJOHTBU"SCPS3PBE .FOMP1BSL "MTPEPFTGVOESBJTJOHFWFOUT)PVST .PO4BUBNQN t "MMJFE"SUTDPNQMFY

tXXXBMMJFEBSUTHVJMEPSH American Association of Retired Persons (AARP-Redwood City - West Chapter 3137).FFUTBU7FUFSBOT .FNPSJBM4FOJPS$FOUFS .BEJTPO "WF 3FEXPPE$JUZ.FFUJOHUJNF5IJSE 8FEPGUIFNPOUIBUBN tXXXBBSQPSH American Association of University Women (AAUW) โ€” Menlo-Atherton branch.FOMP1BSL0QFOUPNFOBOE XPNFOXJUIBO"TTPDJBUFEFHSFFPS IJHIFSGSPNBOBDDSFEJUFEJOTUJUVUJPO 1SPNPUFTFEVDBUJPOBMBOENBSLFUQMBDF FRVJUZGPSXPNFOBOEHJSMT t Junior League of Palo Alto/MidPeninsula,Inc.3BWFOTXPPE"WF  .FOMP1BSL0QFOUPXPNFOBHF PSPMEFS UIFPSHBOJ[BUJPOQSPNPUFT WPMVOUFFSJTNBOEMFBEFSTIJQTLJMMT UISPVHIDPNNVOJUZQSPKFDUT"MTP BXBSET HSBOUTBOEQVCMJTIFT 1JQFS.BHB[JOF t tJOGP!UIFKVOJPSMFBHVFPSH tXXXUIFKVOJPSMFBHVFPSH Kiwanis Club โ€” Menlo Park10 #PY .FOMP1BSL5IFDMVCSBJTFT NPOFZCZTFMMJOH$ISJTUNBTUSFFTBOE PUIFSGVOESBJTJOHBDUJWJUJFTUPTVQQPSU

Menlo

TDIPMBSTIJQTBU.FOMP"UIFSUPO)JHI 4DIPPMBOEDPNNVOJUZDIBSJUJFT  FTQFDJBMMZUIPTFTFSWJOHZPVUI.FFUJOH UJNF5VFQNBU"MMJFE"SUT(VJME  "SCPS3PBE .FOMP1BSL t tIUUQNFOMPQBSLLJXBOJTDMVC UIFXFCTFDSFUBSZOFUIPNFBTQ Lions Club โ€” Menlo Park Host10#PY  .FOMP1BSL3BJTFTNPOFZGPSIFBSJOH BOETJHIUBTTJTUBODFBOEGPSDPNNVOJUZ ZPVUIHSPVQTBOETFOJPST'VOESBJTJOH BDUJWJUJFTJODMVEFBGPPECPPUIBUUIF #VSHFTT1BSL+VMZUIDFMFCSBUJPO  $POOPJTTFVST.BSLFUQMBDF UJDLFUESJWFT BOE8IJUF$BOF%BZT"MTPEFMJWFSTFYDFTT GSVJUBOEWFHFUBCMFTGSPN4BUVSEBZ1BMP "MUP'BSNFST.BSLFUUPOFFEZJOEJWJEVBMT .FFUJOHUJNFTUBOESE8FEBU QNBU5JFO'V3FTUBVSBOU &M$BNJOP 3FBM .FOMP1BSL t tXXXMJPOTDPSHDMVCTIUNM Lions Club โ€” Menlo Park Live Oak .FOMP1BSL5IF-JPOT$MVCSBJTFT NPOFZUISPVHIUIF.FOMP1BSL'BSNFST .BSLFUBOEEPOBUFTUPMPDBMDIBSJUJFT .FFUJOHUJNFOEBOEUI.PO BNBU-JUUMF)PVTF 3FTUBVSBOU .JEEMF"WF .FOMP1BSL t tXXXMJPOTDPSHDMVCTIUNM Mid-Peninsula Newcomers Club .FOMP1BSL0QFOUPSFTJEFOUTXIP IBWFNPWFEUP1BMP"MUP .FOMP1BSL  "UIFSUPO 1PSUPMB7BMMFZPS8PPETJEFJO UIFMBTUรถWFZFBSTPSBSFFYQFSJFODJOH

MJGFDIBOHFT.FNCFSTNFFUGPSCPPL EJTDVTTJPOT CSJEHF MVODI BUIFBUFS HSPVQBOEMPDBMPVUJOHT%VFTBSF QFSZFBS.FFUJOHUJNF1MBOOJOH NFFUJOHTPOรถSTU5VFPGNPOUI t1BDJUB*LPOPNPVBU tNFNCFSTIJQ!NJEQFOJOTVMBOFX DPNFSTPSH tXXXNJEQFOJOTVMBOFXDPNFSTPSH Order of the Eastern Star โ€” Palo Alto 1BMP"MUP.BTPOJD$FOUFS 'MPSFODF 4U 1BMP"MUP.FNCFSTIJQGPSXPNFO BOENFOCBTFEPOBรณ MJBUJPOXJUIB .BTPOJD-PEHFPSGBNJMJBMSFMBUJPOTIJQ UPB.BTUFS.BTPO0QFOUPBMMGBJUIT BOEFUIOJDHSPVQT3BJTFTNPOFZGPS DIJMESFOTIPTQJUBMT SFUJSFNFOUIPNFT  TDIPPMHSPVQT.FFUJOHUJNF'JSTUBOE UIJSE8FEBUQNBU.BTPOJD-PEHF  'MPSFODF4U 1BMP"MUP t Parentsโ€™ Club of Palo Alto and Menlo Park10#PY .FOMP1BSL "NFNCFSMFEOPOQSPรถUPSHBOJ[BUJPO PGOFBSMZ NPNTBOEEBETUIBU QSPWJEFTTVQQPSUBOEGVOUISPVHI QMBZHSPVQT NPOUIMZNFFUJOHT HVFTU TQFBLFST BCBCZTJUUJOHDPPQBOE GBNJMZFWFOUT"MMFWFOUTBSFGSFFGPS NFNCFST%VFTQFSZFBSQMVTUXP IPVSTPGWPMVOUFFSTFSWJDF t tXXXQBNQDMVCPSH Portola Valley Menโ€™s Club.FODPNF UPHFUIFSPODFBZFBSGPSOFUXPSLJOH BOEBHPPENFBMBXBZGSPNUIFXJGF BOELJET.FFUJOHUJNF"OOVBMTPDJBM

www.AlmanacNews.com Info Menlo Park s 43

i

meeting/kick-off barbecue in early June. tXXXQPSUPMBWBMMFZNFOTDMVCPSH Rotary Club โ€” Menlo Park P.O. Box 876, Menlo Park. An organization of CVTJOFTTBOEQSPGFTTJPOBMMFBEFSTJO BXPSMEXJEFOFUXPSLXIPQSPWJEF IVNBOJUBSJBOTFSWJDF FODPVSBHFIJHI FUIJDBMTUBOEBSETJOBMMWPDBUJPOTBOE IFMQCVJMEHPPEXJMMBOEQFBDF3VOTB DPMMFHFHSBOUQSPHSBNGPSHSBEVBUJOH TFOJPSTBOEMPDBMBOEJOUFSOBUJPOBM TFSWJDFQSPKFDUT.FFUJOHUJNF8FEBU QNBU"MMJFE"SUT(VJME "SCPS 3PBE .FOMP1BSL t tXXXNFOMPQBSLSPUBSZPSH Rotary Club โ€” Woodside-Portola Valley10#PY 8PPETJEF %POBUFTNPOFZUPMPDBMQSPKFDUT*U SBJTFTGVOETUISPVHIWBSJPVTFWFOUT  TVDIBTBQBODBLFCSFBLGBTUBU 8PPETJEFT.BZ%BZDFMFCSBUJPOKVTU CFGPSFUIFNBJOQBSBEFBOE"5BTUF PG8PPETJEFJO4FQUFNCFS.FFUJOH UJNF8FEBUBNBU(VJME)BMMBU 8PPETJEF7JMMBHF$IVSDIMBTU8FE PGFBDINPOUIBUQNBUMPDBM SFTUBVSBOU tXXXXQWSPUBSZPSH Toastmasters International Menlo 1BSLBOE1BMP"MUP5PBTUNBTUFSTPรฒFST BXBZUPJNQSPWFDPNNVOJDBUJPOTLJMMT BOEMPTFGFBSPGQVCMJDTQFBLJOH$BMMGPS BSFB UJNFBOEMPDBUJPO t tXXXUPBTUNBTUFSTPSHPSXXX EUNPSH

Services for people with disabilities Abilities United.JEEMFรถFME3PBE  1BMP"MUP/POQSPรถU"CJMJUJFT6OJUFE TFSWFTNPSFUIBO QFPQMFPGBMM BHFTXJUIEFWFMPQNFOUBMBOEPUIFS EJTBCJMJUJFT BTXFMMBTUIFOPOEJTBCMFE  BOEUIFJSGBNJMJFT)PVST.PO'SJ BNQN t tJOGP!"CJMJUJFT6OJUFEPSH tXXX"CJMJUJFT6OJUFEPSH BOK Ranch4BOE)JMM3PBE  8PPETJEF5IF#0,3BODI #F0,  QSPWJEFTUIFSBQFVUJDIPSTFCBDLSJEJOH MFTTPOTGPSJOEJWJEVBMTXJUITQFDJBM OFFET5IFQSPHSBNJTQSFTFOUFE BUUIF)PSTF1BSLBU8PPETJEF &RVFTUSJBO5IFSBQZBMMPXTTUVEFOUT XJUIEJTBCJMJUJFTUPEFWFMPQQIZTJDBM TUSFOHUI TFMGDPOรถEFODFBOETFMG FTUFFNUISPVHISJEJOHTLJMMTBOEIPSTF DBSF0OFIPVSXFFLMZTFTTJPOT)PVST .PO'SJBNQN

t tXXXCPLSBODIPSH Community Gatepath10#PY  4BO.BUFP$PNNVOJUZ(BUFQBUIJTUIF MBSHFTUQSPWJEFSPGTFSWJDFTGPSQFPQMF XJUIEFWFMPQNFOUBMEJTBCJMJUJFTJO4BO .BUFP$PVOUZ TFSWJOHNPSFUIBO  BEVMUT DIJMESFOBOEGBNJMJFT t tXXXHBUFQBUIPSH Learning Ally'BCFS1MBDF 4UF  1BMP"MUP 'PSNFSMZ3FDPSEJOHGPS UIF#MJOE%ZTMFYJD 7PMVOUFFSTSFDPSE FEVDBUJPOBMNBUFSJBMTGPSTUVEFOUTBOE QSPGFTTJPOBMTXIPDBOOPUSFBETUBOEBSE QSJOU)PVST.POBNQN 5VF5IV BNQN 'SJBNQN 4BU BNQN t tXXXMFBSOJOHBMMZPSH National Center for Equine Facilitated Therapy (NCEFT)3VOOZNFEF 3PBE 8PPETJEF4QFDJBMJ[FTJO IJQQPUIFSBQZย‰QIZTJDBM PDDVQBUJPOBM PSTQFFDIUIFSBQZVTJOHUIFNPWFNFOU PGUIFIPSTFBTBUSFBUNFOUTUSBUFHZUP BEESFTTQIZTJDBMEJTBCJMJUJFTBTTPDJBUFE XJUIOFVSPMPHJDBMDPOEJUJPOT"MTPPรฒFST UIFSBQFVUJDSJEJOH UIFSBQFVUJDWBVMUJOH BOEUIFSBQFVUJDESJWJOHGPSTVJUBCMF DMJFOUT'JOBODJBMBTTJTUBODFBWBJMBCMF VQPORVBMJรถDBUJPO)PVST.PO4BU BNQN t tJOGP!ODFGUPSH tXXXODFGUPSH Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired&M$BNJOP 3FBM 4UF 1BMP"MUP0รฒFSTB GBNJMZDFOUFSFESFIBCJMJUBUJPO QSPHSBNGPSDMJFOUTXJUITFWFSFTJHIU MPTT$PVOTFMJOHBOETVQQPSUHSPVQT  MPXWJTJPODMJOJD TUPSFXJUIIFMQGVM QSPEVDUT EBJMZMJWJOHTLJMMT PSJFOUBUJPO BOENPCJMJUZJOTUSVDUJPO JOUSPEVDUJPO UPUFDIOPMPHZ DPNQVUFSBOE#SBJMMF DMBTTFT"QQPJOUNFOUOFFEFEGPS TFSWJDFTPUIFSUIBOUIFTUPSF)PVST .PO'SJBNQN t tJOGP!WJTUBDFOUFSPSH tXXXWJTUBDFOUFSPSH Westwind 4-H Riding for the Handicapped/Westwind Riding Institute"MUBNPOU3PBE -PT "MUPT)JMMT$MBTTFTBSFIFMEZFBSSPVOE BU8FTUXJOE#BSO7PMVOUFFSTXFMDPNF NJOJNVNBHF )PVST$MBTTFT.PO BOE5IVQN t tXXXXFTUXJOEIPSH

Good for Business. Good for You. Good for the Community. 44 sInfo Menlo ParkWWW!LMANAC.EWSCOM

Menlo

Social services Catholic Worker House$BTTJB4U  3FEXPPE$JUZ1SPWJEFTBGBNJMZTUZMF IPNFGPSUSPVCMFEUFFOBHFST  'PPEQSPHSBNFWFSZ'SJEBZBUBN &OHMJTIMBOHVBHFTDIPPMBU)FMMFS 4UJO3FEXPPE$JUZ)PVSTBNQN t*OGPPOFWFOJOHMBO HVBHFDMBTTFT  Child Abuse Reporting (San Mateo County Child Protective Services) $IJME1SPUFDUJWF4FSWJDFTJTBIPVS TFSWJDFQSPWJEFEPOCFIBMGPGDIJMESFO JO4BO.BUFP$PVOUZXIPBSFOFXCPSO UPBHFBOEBMMFHFEUPCFUIFWJDUJNT PGDIJMEBCVTF OFHMFDUPSFYQMPJUBUJPO )PVSTIPVSFNFSHFODZ tPS tTHSFHH!TNDITBPSH Deborahโ€™s Palm-ZUUPO"WF 1BMP "MUP/BNFEBGUFSUIF#JCMJDBMQSPQIFU BOEKVEHF%FCPSBI XIPIFMEDPVSU VOEFSBQBMNUSFF UIFOPOQSPรถUXPNFOT DFOUFSPรฒFSTFEVDBUJPOBMBOESFDSFBUJPOBM DMBTTFT CSPXOCBHMVODIUJNFMFDUVSFT  QSPGFTTJPOBMDPVOTFMJOHBOEDPNNVOJUZ TFSWJDFBDUJWJUJFTBOENFOUPSJOH/P NFNCFSTIJQGFF)PVST.PO'SJBN QN t tJOGP!EFCPSBITQBMNDPN tXXXEFCPSBITQBMNPSH Ecumenical Hunger Program 1VMHBT"WF &BTU1BMP"MUP"OPOQSPรถU UIBUQSPWJEFTFNFSHFODZGPPE DMPUIJOH  DBTFNBOBHFNFOUBOEIPVTFIPME FTTFOUJBMTUPGBNJMJFTJOOFFEJO&BTU 1BMP"MUP .FOMP1BSLBOE1BMP"MUP "TTJTUTXJUIUIF.POEBZOJHIUNFBM GPSUIFIPNFMFTTBOEMPXJODPNFJO DPOKVODUJPOXJUI4U7JODFOUEF1BVMBU 4U'SBODJTPG"TTJTJ$IVSDIPO#BZ3PBE "MTPIBTBXPNFOTTVQQPSUHSPVQBOE DIJMESFOTQSPHSBN t tJOGP!FIQDBSFTPSH tXXXFIQDBSFTPSH Emergency Services Partnership ##BZ3PBE &BTU1BMP"MUP&NFSHFODZ 4FSWJDFT1BSUOFSTIJQJTBQSPKFDUPG &M$PODJMJPPG4BO.BUFP$PVOUZย‰B DPNNVOJUZPSHBOJ[BUJPODPNNJUUFE UPJODSFBTJOHFEVDBUJPO FNQMPZNFOU BOEBDDFTTUPRVBMJUZPGMJGFTFSWJDFT GPSVOEFSTFSWFEDPNNVOJUJFTPG4BO .BUFP$PVOUZ*UTBJNJTUPIFMQGBNJMJFT UPTUBCJMJ[FUIFJSJNNFEJBUFTJUVBUJPOT BOEXPSLUPXBSETMPOHUFSNTPMVUJPOT )PVST.PO 8FE 'SJBN QN 5VFQN5IVBN t tXXXFMDPODJMJPDPN Peninsula Family Service4FDPOE "WF 4BO.BUFP'PSNFSMZ'BNJMZ 4FSWJDF"HFODZPG4BO.BUFP$PVOUZ 8JUIMPDBUJPOTBMMPWFS4BO.BUFP $PVOUZ 'BNJMZ4FSWJDFPรฒFSTTFSWJDFT TFWFOEBZTBXFFLJO&OHMJTI 4QBOJTI BOEPUIFSMBOHVBHFT BTTJTUJOHNPSF UIBO QFPQMFBZFBSXIPSBOHFJO BHFGSPNXFFLTUPZFBSTPME t tJOGP!QFOJOTVMBGBNJMZTFSWJDFPSH tXXXQFOJOTVMBGBNJMZTFSWJDFPSH Second Harvest Food Bank#JOH 4U 4BO$BSMPT4FDPOE)BSWFTU'PPE

#BOLPG4BOUB$MBSBBOE4BO.BUFP DPVOUJFTXPSLTUPFOEIVOHFSJOUIF DPNNVOJUZCZQSPWJEJOHOVUSJUJPVTGPPE UPBOBWFSBHFPG QFPQMFFBDI NPOUI)PVST0รณ DF.PO'SJBN QNXBSFIPVTF.PO'SJBN QN.FFUJOHUJNF+POBUIBO%PIFSUZ t/FFE'PPE $BMM  tXXXTIGCPSH Service League of San Mateo County .JEEMFรถFME3PBE 3FEXPPE$JUZ "OPOQSPรถUBHFODZUIBUQSPWJEFTJO DVTUPEZQSPHSBNTBOETFSWJDFTXJUIJO BMM4BO.BUFP$PVOUZKBJMT BOEBGUFS SFMFBTFQSPHSBNTBOETFSWJDFTBUรถWF QSPHSBNTJUFTJOUIFDPNNVOJUZ"MTP SVOTUIF$IJMESFOT'VOE XIJDIHJWFT UPZTUPDIJMESFOPGJONBUFTBU$ISJTUNBT BOEIFMQTNFFUFNFSHFODZOFFETPG JONBUFTGBNJMJFT)PVST.PO'SJ BNQN t tXXXTFSWJDFMFBHVFPSH St. Anthonyโ€™s Padua Dining Room .JEEMFรถFME3PBE .FOMP1BSL 5IFMBSHFTUEJOJOHSPPNGPSUIFOFFEZ CFUXFFO4BO'SBODJTDPBOE4BO+PTF TFSWFTIPUMVODIFTUPBCPVUQFPQMF QFSEBZ TJYEBZTFBDIXFFLUISPVHIPVU UIFZFBS(SPDFSJFTBOEQSPEVDFBSF BMTPEJTUSJCVUFE*UXFMDPNFTEPOBUJPOT PGNPOFZBOEGPPE QBSUJDVMBSMZIBN BOEQPVMUSZ DBOOFEHPPET QBTUB SJDF BOEESZCFBOT'SFFDMPUIJOH 8FE GPS XPNFOXJUIDIJMESFO BOE5IV GPSNFO BOETJOHMFXPNFO BN5PZTGPS DIJMESFOBSFQSPWJEFEQSJPSUP$ISJTUNBT )PVST-VODI.PO4BUBNQN IPMJEBZNFBMTOPPOQN tPS tQBEVBEJOJOHSPPNDPN St. Francis Center#VDLJOHIBN "WF 3FEXPPE$JUZ)FMQTBCPVU JOEJWJEVBMTQFSNPOUIXJUITFSWJDFT SBOHJOHGSPNGPPEBOEDMPUIFTUP TIPXFSTBOEMBVOESZ"MTPPQFSBUFTB MJUFSBDZQSPHSBN BDPNNVOJUZHBSEFO BOEBVOJUBQBSUNFOUGPSMPXJODPNF GBNJMJFT)PVST.PO'SJBNQN t tJOGP!TUGSBODJTSXDPSH tXXXTUGSBODJTSXDPSH StarVista (formerly Youth and Family Enrichment Services) &MN4U 4UF 4BO$BSMPT"QSJWBUF  OPOQSPรถUBHFODZJO4BO.BUFP$PVOUZ UIBUQSPWJEFTBXJEFBSSBZPGGSFFBOE MPXDPTUTFSWJDFTUPIFMQDIJMESFO  UFFOTBOEBEVMUTXIPBSFEFBMJOHXJUI SFMBUJPOTIJQTBOEDPNNVOJDBUJPOT  TVCTUBODFBCVTF EPNFTUJDWJPMFODFBOE NFOUBMIFBMUIJTTVFT t tJOGP!TUBSWJTUBPSH Teen Talk Sexuality Education +BNFT"WF 3FEXPPE$JUZ'PSNFSMZ5FFO 1SFHOBODZ$PBMJUJPOPG4BO.BUFP$PVOUZ  QSPWJEFTDPNQSFIFOTJWFTFYVBMJUZ FEVDBUJPOJOIJHITDIPPMTBOENJEEMF TDIPPMTUISPVHIPVU4BO.BUFP$PVOUZ  BOEIBTFEVDBUJPOBMQSPHSBNTGPSQBSFOUT t tIFBMUIZUFFOT!UFFOUBMLDBPSH tXXXUFFOUBMLDBPSH

ATHERTON, MENLO PARK , PORTOL A VALLEY AND WOODSIDE

Menlo Park Civic Center Laurel Street near Ravenswood Avenue. Burgess Park, which is located at the Civic Center, recently underwent major renovations, including new swimming pools and locker room, renovated baseball and soccer fields and a new skate park. The Arillaga Family Gymnasium opened in 2010. Menlo Park City Council Chambers 701 Laurel St., Menlo Park. The Menlo Park City Council meets Tue at 7 p.m. in the council chambers. Agendas, minutes and staff reports are posted on the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website at www.menlopark.org. The site also contains general information about the city as well as links to the police department, library and recreation center. t DJUZDMFSL 

Menlo Park city staff City Council: Please see Public officials section. City Manager: Alex McIntyre.  admcintyre@menlopark.org Assistant City Manager: 4UBSMB+FSPNF3PCJOTPO  slrobinson@menlopark.org City Attorney: William McClure. XMN!KTNGDPN City Clerk: Margaret Roberts.  msroberts@menlopark.org Police Chief: Bryan Roberts.  policechief@menloparkpolice.org Director of Community Services: Cherise Brandell.  cebrandell@menlopark.org Manager of Environmental Programs: 3FCFDDB'PUV Finance Director: Carol Augustine.  ctaugustine@menlopark.org Menlo Park Library:  Interim Director of Personnel Services: (MFO,SBNFS SFUJSFE   ghkramer@menlopark.org Public Works Director: Charles Taylor. DXUBZMPS!NFOMPQBSLPSH

Menlo Park planning commissioners Vincent Bressler  XPSL  chair5FSNFOET Ben Eiref IPNF  5FSNFOET

Katie Ferrick  IPNF  vice chair. Term ends 2012. John Kadvany XPSL  Term ends 2012. Peipei Yu  5FSNFOET John Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Malley IPNF  5FSNFOET Henry Riggs,  XPSL  5FSNFOET The Planning Commissionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s regular meetings are held either the first and third Mondays or the second and fourth Mondays of the month at 7 p.m. in the council chambers, 701 Laurel St.

Other Menlo Park commissions Bicycle Commission Staff contact: 3JDIBSE"OHVMP Environmental Quality Commission Staff contact: Rebecca Fotu,  Housing Commission Staff contact: %PVHMBT'SFEFSJDL  Library Commission Staff contact: 4VTBO)PMNFS  Parks & Recreation Commission Staff DPOUBDU$IFSJTF#SBOEFMM  Planning Commission Staff contact: %FBOOB$IPX  Transportation Commission Staff DPOUBDU3FOF#BJMF 

Menlo Park city services Menlo Park Library "MNB4U .FOMP 1BSL.POBOE8FEBNQN5VF OPPOQN5IVBOE'SJBNQN 4BUBNQN4VOOPPOQN t 3FGFSFODF $IJMESFO Outreach services: Roberta Roth,  1SPKFDU3FBE tXXXNFOMPQBSLMJCSBSZPSH Friends of the Menlo Park Library tXXXGSJFOETNQMPSH Belle Haven Community Library  Ivy Drive, Menlo Park. Located on the grounds of Belle Haven Elementary School, the library serves students and the public. Most of its reading selection is geared toward children and families. 5VF 8FEBNQN5IV 'SJ OPPOQN4BUOPPOQN$MPTFE Mon and Sun. t Menlo Park Police Department 701 Laurel St., Menlo Park. Community policing program encompasses basic crime prevention, neighborhood watches BOEIPNFTFDVSJUZDIFDLT BOEEFBMT with neighborhood and traffic issues. $PVOTFMPSTNFFUXJUIBUSJTLLJETBOEUIFJS

Michelle LeMichelle Le

Menlo Park

Debbie Lehmann and her dog Simon walk through Portola Vineyards.

Caption goes here families. Neighborhood crime statistics are available at the library and are posted on the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website, www.menlopark.org. 'SPOUEFTLPQFO.PO5IVBN QNFWFSZPUIFS'SJBNQN$MPTFE OPPOQNEBJMZSFQPSUBDSJNFIPVST a day, seven days a week. t FNFSHFODZ  OPOFNFSHFODZ   Burglar alarms t Arillaga Family Recreation Center 700 Alma St., Menlo Park. A wide variety of dance and health and fitness classes for adults, children and teens is offered XFFLMZ.PO5IVBNQN 'SJ BNQN See Outdoors & recreation chapter for more information. t Arillaga Family Gymnastics Center "MNB4U .FOMP1BSL(ZNOBTUJDT training for children, teens and adults BOEFYFSDJTFDMBTTFT.PO'SJBN QN 4BUBNQN 4VOWBSJFT See Outdoors & recreation chapter for more information. t Menlo Park Teen Support Services 100 Terminal Ave., Menlo Park. Geared for UPZFBSPMET UIFQSPHSBNPSHBOJ[FT weekend trips and events, including snow USJQTBOEHSPVQHFUBXBZT"ESPQJOBGUFS

school program is open in the Teen Room BUUIF#PZT(JSMT$MVCGSPNQN  .PO'SJEVSJOHUIFTDIPPMZFBS BOETQFDJBM hours depending on school schedules. t tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSHEFQBSUNFOUT DPNUFFOTIUNM Belle Haven Pool 100 Terminal Ave., .FOMP1BSL0QFONJE+VOFUP.JE "VHVTU.PO5IVBNQN'SJ4BU OPPOQN$MPTFE4VO Burgess Pool -BVSFM4U .FOMP1BSL .PO'SJBNQN4BUBNQN 4VOBNQN t

Other Menlo Park community services Menlo Park fire service Service is provided by the Menlo Park Fire Protection District. t FNFSHFODZ  OPOFNFSHFODZ  'JSF1SFWFOUJPO#V SFBV Menlo Park garbage and curbside recycling service Recology Waste Zero. "ENJOJTUSBUJWFPĂł DF4IPSFXBZ 3PBE 4BO$BSMPT t tXXSFDPMPHZTBONBUFPDPVOUZDPN Menlo Art League Meets the second Wednesday of the month at Menlo Park www.AlmanacNews.com Info Menlo Park s 45

i

Recreation Center. No meetings in July or August. The public is welcome to lectures, demonstrations by guest artists. t%JBOB+BZFBU www.menloartleague.com Menlo Park Historical Association .FOMP1BSL-JCSBSZ MPXFSMFWFM  "MNB4U5VFOPPOQN  8FEBNQN t Menlo Park post offices Oak Grove 4UBUJPO 0BL(SPWF"WF .FOMP1BSL 8FFLEBZTBNQN 8FTU.FOMP1BSL#SBODI "WZ"WF  .FOMP1BSL8FFLEBZTBNQN  "UIFSUPO$POUSBDU4UBUJPO "TIรถFME 3PBE "UIFSUPO8FFLEBZTBN OPPOBOEQN

Menlo

Across the street are the Town Council Chambers.

Atherton town staff

Onetta M. Harris Community Center 5FSNJOBM"WF .FOMP1BSL5IF BDSFDFOUFSDPOUBJOTBCBTFCBMMBOE BTPDDFSรถFME PVUEPPSCBTLFUCBMMDPVSUT  Belle Haven Pool and the Menlo Park Senior Center. Activities and classes for children, adults and teens. An exercise room is available for adults. Weekdays OPPOQN t Menlo Park Senior Center 5FSNJOBM"WF .FOMP1BSL 8FFLEBZTBNQN Please see listing under Seniors in the Community section. t Belle Haven Child Development Center 5FSNJOBM"WF .FOMP 1BSL$IJMESFOCFUXFFOBHFTBOE BSFPรฒFSFENVMUJDVMUVSBMMFBSOJOH experiences in an environment with a UFBDIFSDIJMESBUJPPG5IFTVCTJEJ[FE program is designed for children of MPXJODPNFQBSFOUTBUXPSLPSJOXPSL training, or who are incapacitated or have an incapacitated child. Breakfast, lunch and a snack are served daily. .PO'SJBNQN t Ravenswood Family Health Center at Belle Haven5FSNJOBM"WF  Menlo Park. A joint venture of the city of Menlo Park and San Mateo County, the clinicโ€™s family practice focuses heavily POQSFWFOUJWFNFEJDJOF.POBN QN8FE'SJBNQN5VFT QN$MPTFEBNQNGPS lunch and Sat., Sun. t Belle Haven Police Substation 8JMMPX3PBE .FOMP1BSL t

Atherton Atherton Town Hall "TIรถFME3PBE BUUIFDPSOFSPG %JOLFMTQJFM4UBUJPO-BOF*UIPVTFTUIF offices of the city manager, city clerk BOEรถOBODFEFQBSUNFOU BCSBODI post office, and the police department. 46 sInfo Menlo ParkWWW!LMANAC.EWSCOM

รถFMEDPNQMFYBU5PXO$FOUFSJODMVEFT the Town Hall, library, a community hall and activity rooms. tQPSUPMBWBMMFZOFU

Town Council: Please see Public officials section.

Crime prevention t

Portola Valley town staff:

City Manager: 5IFSFTB%FMMB4BOUB (interim) tdellasanta@ci.atherton.ca.us

Security program Will conduct a security inspection and make suggestions to ensure protection. t

Town Manager: /JDL1FHVFSPT FYU

Police Chief: &E'MJOU F'MJOU!DJBUIFSUPODBVT City Attorney: William B. Connors.  City Clerk: 5IFSFTB%FMMB4BOUB  tdellasanta@ci.atherton.ca.us Public Works Department  Building Department

Belle Haven Community Center complex

t&NFSHFODZDFMMQIPOFFNFS HFODJFTPSXIFO JO"UIFSUPO OPOFNFSHFODZ  

Finance Director: 

Atherton planning commissioners Herman Christensen 5FSNFOET William Grindley 5FSNFOET Philip Lively 5FSNFOET Paul Quinlan 5FSNFOET Kristi Waldron, chair 5FSNFOET The Planning Commissionโ€™s regular NFFUJOHTBSFIFMEBUQNPOUIF fourth Wed of the month at the Town $PVODJM$IBNCFST "TIรถFME3PBE BU%JOLFMTQJFM4UBUJPO-BOF "UIFSUPO 

Other Atherton commissions & committees Atherton Arts Committee PS via to aac@ci.atherton.ca.us. Park & Recreation Commission 4UBรฒ DPOUBDU$JUZNBOBHFS Atherton Rail Committee 4UBรฒDPOUBDU 1VCMJD8PSLTEJSFDUPS 

Atherton advisory/study committees Atherton Civic Interest League XXX "UIFSUPO$JWJD*OUFSFTU-FBHVFPSH Atherton Heritage Association "TIรถFME3PBEJOUIFDPVODJM chambers building, Atherton. 5VFTEBZTBNOPPO .BSJPO0TUFS  Holbrook-Palmer Park Foundation IQQGPVOEBUJPOPSH Atherton Dames Open to female NFNCFSTPGUIF)PMCSPPL1BMNFS 1BSL'PVOEBUJPO JODMVEJOHOPO "UIFSUPOSFTJEFOUT athertondames.org.

Atherton town services Atherton Police Department "TIรถFME3PBE "UIFSUPO

Home checks during vacation t t0OMJOFSFRVFTUBUXXXDJ"UIFSUPO ca.us/police and click on โ€œPolice Services.โ€

Town Council: Please see Public officials section.

Assistant Town Manager: None at this time Town Clerk: 4IBSPO)BOMPO FYU Town Planner: 5PN7MBTJD 

Senior citizen check-up t

Public Works Director: )PXBSE:PVOH FYU

Atherton Police Activities League Conducts a variety of programs, including classroom presentations on bicycle safety, drug abuse and stranger awareness. t

Planning Manager: -FTMJF-BNCFSU FYU

Atherton fire service Service is QSPWJEFECZUIF.FOMP1BSL'JSF 1SPUFDUJPO%JTUSJDU"UIFSUPOรถSFTUBUJPO "MNFOESBM"WF "UIFSUPO t FNFSHFODZ  t OPOFNFSHFODZ  t'JSF1SFWFOUJPO#VSFBV  Atherton garbage and curbside recycling service Recology San .BUFP$PVOUZ#JMMJOHJOGPSNBUJPO Recology San Mateo County, &MN4U 4VJUF 4BO$BSMPT  t t3FDPMPHZ4BO.BUFP$PVOUZDPN

Sustainability & Resource Efficiency Coordinator: Brandi deGarmeaux, FYU

Atherton Library %JOLFMTQJFM4UBUJPO -BOF "UIFSUPO.PO8FEBN QN5IV'SJBNQN4BU BNQN4VOQN t Friends of the Atherton Library t Atherton post office 5PXO)BMM  "TIรถFME3PBE "UIFSUPO"DDFQUT JOUFSOBUJPOBMQBDLBHFT8FFLEBZT BNOPPOQN t Holbrook-Palmer Park 8BULJOT Ave., Atherton. Recreational, cultural and social activities take place on the grounds, and in three buildings at the BDSFQBSLUIF)PMCSPPL1BMNFS)PVTF  Jennings Pavilion and the Carriage House. Classes for children and adults, preschool program, six tennis courts. Rooms can be rented for meetings, social events, and weddings, including an outdoor wedding BSCPS"POFNJMFXBMLJOHรถUOFTTQBUI follows the perimeter of the park. tUFOOJTMFTTPOT   t"UIFSUPO!DJBUIFSUPODBVT

Portola Valley Portola Valley Town Center 1PSUPMB3PBE5PXO$PVODJMBOE commissions meet in the renovated )JTUPSJD4DIPPMIPVTF5PXO)BMM IPVSTBSFXFFLEBZTBNQNBOE QN5IFOFXCVJMEJOHBOEQMBZJOH

Planning & Building Assistant: $IFZBOOF#SPXO FYU

Town Attorney: Sandy Sloan,  Recreational Facilities Coordinator: 5POZ.BDJBT FYU

Portola Valley Planning Commission Members:"MFYBOESB7PO'FMEU chair; -FBI;BรฒBSPOJ "SUIVSi$IJQw.D*OUPTI  %FOJTF(JMCFSU /BUF.D,JUUFSJDL The Planning Commission meets at QNPOUIFรถSTUBOEUIJSE8FEPG the month in the Historic Schoolhouse. planningcommission@portolavalley.net.

Portola Valley Architectural & Site Control Commission Members: Craig Hughes, chair %BOOB#SFFO +Fรฒ$MBSL $BSUFS8BSS  .FHBO,PDI The Architectural & Site Control $PNNJTTJPONFFUTBUQNPOUIF second and fourth Mondays of the month in the Historic Schoolhouse. ascc@portolavalley.net.

Portola Valley town services Portola Valley police services 1SPWJEFECZ4BO.BUFP$PVOUZ4IFSJรฒT Office under contract. Hall of Justice and 3FDPSET $PVOUZ$FOUFS 3FEXPPE $JUZ  t FNFSHFODZ  OPOFNFSHFODZ   Portola Valley fire services 'JSF protection and enforcement of codes BSFQSPWJEFECZUIF8PPETJEF'JSF 1SPUFDUJPO%JTUSJDUSee Public officials chapter under Woodside Fire District for more information. t FNFSHFODZ  OPOFNFSHFODZ   tXPPETJEFรถSFPSH Portola Valley garbage and curbside recycling service Run by GreenWaste 3FDPWFSZ"ENJOJTUSBUJWFBEESFTT

i

1500 Berger Drive, San Jose 95112. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. tPS Portola Valley Town Center classes t5PXO)BMMBUFYU Portola Valley volunteer committees For more information, go to the Town Government link at portolavalley.net or Town Hall at 851-1701.

NFFUJOHTBSFIFMEJOUIFIJTUPSJD *OEFQFOEFODF)BMM5IF1MBOOJOHBOE #VJMEJOH%FQBSUNFOUIPMETDPVOUFS IPVST.PO'SJBNBOEQN  t tXXXXPPETJEFUPXOPSH

Woodside town staff

Portola Valley Library 1PSUPMB 3PBE)PVSTBSF.PO5IVBNQN 'SJ4BUBNQN t tXXXTNDMPSHDPOUFOUQPSUPMB WBMMFZ

Town Council: Please see Public officials section.

Friends of the Portola Valley Library t

Town Attorney: Jean Savaree. 

Portola Valley Post Office 1PSUPMB 7BMMFZOPMPOHFSIBTBQPTUPรณDF 3FTJEFOUTXJUI*OUFSOFUDPOOFDUJPOTDBO PSEFSTUBNQTBOEBSSBOHFGPSQJDLVQT 1PTUBMDBSSJFSTUBLFTUBNQPSEFSTTUBNQ WFOEJOHNBDIJOFTBSFBWBJMBCMFJO .FOMP1BSLQPTUPรณDFT t UPSFBDIUIF614TUPSF in Ladera

Deputy Town Manager/Town Engineer: 1BVM/BHFOHBTU QOBHFOHBTU! XPPETJEFUPXOPSH

Woodside Woodside Town Hall 8PPETJEF3PBE 8PPETJEF)PVTFT UIFUPXOBENJOJTUSBUJWFPรณDFTBOEUIF 1MBOOJOHBOE#VJMEJOH%FQBSUNFOU 5PXO$PVODJMBOEDPNNJTTJPO

Town Manager and Director of Finance: ,FWJO#SZBOU LCSZBOU!XPPETJEFUPXOPSH

Town Clerk: +BOFU,PFMTDI  KLPFMTDI!XPPETJEFUPXOPSH Planning Director: +BDLJF:PVOH  KZPVOH!XPPETJEFUPXOPSH

Woodside planning commissioners Daniel Yost %JTUSJDU5FSNFOET 'FCSVBSZ

Menlo

Marilyn Voelke %JTUSJDU5FSNFOET 'FCSVBSZ Sandra Thompson %JTUSJDU5FSN FOET'FCSVBSZ Adolph Rosekrans %JTUSJDU5FSN FOET'FCSVBSZ Aydan Kutay %JTUSJDU5FSNFOET 'FCSVBSZ Elizabeth L. Hobson %JTUSJDU5FSN FOET'FCSVBSZ Suzanne Muller %JTUSJDU5FSNFOET 'FCSVBSZ 5IF1MBOOJOH$PNNJTTJPOTSFHVMBS NFFUJOHTBSFIFMEBUQNPOUIFรถSTU BOEUIJSE8FEOFTEBZTPGUIFNPOUIBU *OEFQFOEFODF)BMM 8PPETJEFBOE8IJTLFZ )JMMSPBET 8PPETJEF

Woodside Architectural and Site Review Board 5IF8PPETJEF"SDIJUFDUVSBMBOE4JUF 3FWJFX#PBSENFFUBUQNPO UIFรถSTUBOEUIJSE.POPGUIFNPOUI BU*OEFQFOEFODF)BMM 8PPETJEFBOE 8IJTLFZ)JMMSPBET 8PPETJEF4UBรฒ DPOUBDU5PXO$MFSL 

Other Woodside committees 'PSPUIFS8PPETJEFDPNNJUUFFTDPOUBDU UIFUPXODMFSLBU

Woodside town services Woodside police services 1SPWJEFE CZ4BO.BUFP$PVOUZ4IFSJรฒT0รณDF VOEFSDPOUSBDU)BMMPG+VTUJDFBOE 3FDPSET $PVOUZ$FOUFS 3FEXPPE $JUZ t FNFSHFODZ  OPOFNFSHFODZ   Woodside fire service 'JSFQSPUFDUJPO BOEFOGPSDFNFOUPGDPEFTBSFQSPWJEFECZ UIF8PPETJEF'JSF1SPUFDUJPO%JTUSJDUSee Public Officials chapter under Woodside Fire District for more information. t FNFSHFODZ  OPOFNFSHFODZ   tXPPETJEFรถSFPSH Woodside garbage and curbside recycling service 3VOCZ(SFFO8BTUF 3FDPWFSZ"ENJOJTUSBUJWFBEESFTT #FSHFS%SJWF 4BO+PTF)PVST a.m.-5 p.m. t$VTUPNFSTFSWJDFMJOF PS Woodside Library 8PPETJEF 3PBE 8PPETJEF)PVSTBSF.PO5IV BNQN'SJ4BUBNQN t tXXXXPPETJEFMJCSBSZPSH Friends of the Woodside Library t Woodside branch of Redwood City Post Office 2995 Woodside Road #200, 8PPETJEF8FFLEBZTBNQN t tXXXVTQTDPN

Old Fashioned Values, Modern Medicine TM

FAMILY HEALTHCARE ย‹ 24/7 Access to a Doctor Who Knows You ย‹ Four Physicians + Wellness Studio Team: - Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine & Nutrition - Physical Therapy & Massage Therapy ย‹ House Calls ย‹ Electronic Medical Record with secure web-portal access for patients ย‹ ER Doctor In-House โ€œWith the Village Doctor, there is no phone tree, no waiting on hold, no trying to convince a doctor that your child is really sick enough to see the doctor, no waiting 6 hours for an appointment, no waiting room with other sick children. I love the incredible personal attention.โ€ - Carolyn B., Menlo Park, Mother of two.

Call to schedule a meet and greet with a Village Doctor today! 05;,95(34,+0*05,ย‹7,+0(;90*:ย‹,4,9.,5*@4,+0*05,ย‹>,335,:::;<+06   >66+:0+,96(+ย‹>66+:0+,*( ย‹ย‹>>>=033(.,+6*;69*64 www.AlmanacNews.com Info Menlo Park s 47

Menlo Park, Atherton, Woodside and Portola Valley Government/library/police 1 Atherton Town Hall, Library, Police 2 Menlo Park Civic Center/Police

El

3 Portola Valley Town Center and Library

m Ca in

4 Woodside Town Hall and shopping district

o Re al 1

Bay

Redwood City de da Alam e

El

Ca m

9 10

ino

14

13

8

iel

dR

Re2 al

2 VA Palo Alto Health System

d

3 Stanford Hospital/Lucile Packard Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hospital 4 Sharon Heights Golf and Country Club

2

6

6 Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Al m aS t

5

4

8

11

Horse Park Woodside

ill Rd

Ca m

Selected parks: ino

Re

ds Wunderlich County Park

e

r Po l to

W

1 Bayfront Park

al

d

1

3

dge stri D

6 Nealon Park 7 Sharon Hills Park

Windy Hill Regional Open Space

Al

pin e

d

Rd

aR

Portola Valley

4 Holbrook Palmer Park 5 Kelly Park

r

12

3

2 Burgess Park 3 Flood County Park

2

lv

B

Rd

rra

ide

r o Se

Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve

35

El

pe

o Wo

i

Sand H

7 Menlo Country Club

ni Ju

d Hill R skey d me R Ho Moun ta n

4 7

Stanford University

Stanford Golf Course

5

Wh i

5 Holy Cross Cemetery

Palo Alto

2

Menlo3 Park

4

6

7

Rd

3

lef

low

dd

1

6

Woodside

Mi

Va lpa rai so Sa Av nta Cru zA ve

84

4

1

rid ge Av e nA ve rto Ath e

side

Sto ckb

Woo d

lg a s Pu

16

La Honda Creek Regional Open Space

1 Alta Mesa Memorial Park (Cemetery)

Wil

Atherton

Rd

la 7

15

Landmarks: 5 3

1

5

5 Woodside Library

Rd

Bay Rd

s

Huddart County Park

84

8 Sharon Park

Arastradero Regional Preserve

Shopping: 1 Downtown Menlo Park shopping district

2

2 Stanford Shopping Center 3 Ladera Country Shopper

84 35

Schools:

6 Las Lomitas Elementary School

12 Ormondale School

1 CaĂąada College

7 Laurel School

13 Sacred Heart Preparatory

2 Corte Madera School

8 Menlo-Atherton High School

14 St. Josephâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School of the Sacred Heart

3 Encinal Elementary School

9 Menlo College

4 Hillview Middle School

10 Menlo School

5 La Entrada Middle School

48 sInfo Menlo ParkWWW!LMANAC.EWSCOM

11 Oak Knoll Elementary School

15 Woodside Elementary School 16 Woodside High School

Professional Services

A directory of helpful services in your area 2011 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Like it never happened!â&#x20AC;?

Our Promise...Making Exceptional Quality Care Accessible at a Reasonable Rate. Proudly serving the entire Bay Area... We do hourly and 24/7 live-in. For Free At-Home Assessment... CALL - (650) 585-4447

Family Owned and Operated Serving the Bay Area for 35 Years 251 Moffett Blvd, Mountain View

Email: info@hsseniorcare.com; Website: www.hsseniorcare.com

650-964-3119

superguaranteeâ&#x201E;˘

Love Your Closet Premier Closet Editor CUSTOMCLOSETSsHOMEOFlCESsMURPHYBEDSsANDMORE

I can relax. Everything is ďŹ nally where itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s supposed to be.

#ALLFORYOUR FREE$ESIGN#ONSULTATION

888-678-6789

home ofďŹ ces

custom closets

wall beds

WWWCLOSETFACTORYCOM

ORVISITOURSHOWROOM 1000 B Commercial San Carlos, CA 94070

ACCR E DITE D B USINE SS

EfďŹ cient Quality Painting FR ESTIMEE ATES

Large and Small Projects

UĂ&#x160;Â&#x2DC;Ă&#x152;iĂ&#x20AC;Â&#x2C6;Â&#x153;Ă&#x20AC;Ă&#x160;>Â&#x2DC;`Ă&#x160; Ă?Ă&#x152;iĂ&#x20AC;Â&#x2C6;Â&#x153;Ă&#x20AC; UĂ&#x160; >LÂ&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC;iĂ&#x152;Ă&#x160;,iĂ&#x192;Ă&#x152;Â&#x153;Ă&#x20AC;>Ă&#x152;Â&#x2C6;Â&#x153;Â&#x2DC;Ă&#x160;EĂ&#x160;Â&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC;Â&#x2C6;Ă&#x192;Â&#x2026;Â&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC;} UĂ&#x160; iVÂ&#x17D;Ă&#x160;-Ă&#x152;Ă&#x20AC;Â&#x2C6;ÂŤÂŤÂ&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC;}Ă&#x160;EĂ&#x160;,iĂ&#x192;Ă&#x152;Â&#x153;Ă&#x20AC;>Ă&#x152;Â&#x2C6;Â&#x153;Â&#x2DC; UĂ&#x160;*Ă&#x20AC;iĂ&#x192;Ă&#x192;Ă&#x2022;Ă&#x20AC;iĂ&#x160;7>Ă&#x192;Â&#x2026;Â&#x2C6;Â&#x2DC;}

Excellent References Lic. #840292

Services offered : Closet Consulting â&#x2013;  Wardrobe OutďŹ t Creation â&#x2013;  Personal Shopper â&#x20AC;&#x153;Now you can look your best effortlessly by allowing me to professionally organize your wardrobe. Let me help bring your closet to life!â&#x20AC;? Call for free consultation today!

Melody Powell 650.630.9200

â&#x2013; 

Loveyourcloset1@gmail.com

Steve Miles

ONE DAY DOG TRAINING (thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s right!)

Strategies for creating an extraordinary home

Basic obedience training in your home

www.innovativelandt.com

Rob Ogden 408-306-5578

1-800-906-2846

PAT R I C K P OW E R S

PLUMBING STUDIO

Sam 650.315.6681 | Tomas 650.771.1499

PLUMBING & REMODELING

B AT H & K I T C H E N S H OW RO O M

www.onedaydog.com

Sterling Custom Upholstery Call today for ESTIMATE!

650-961-8700 State Licensed & Owner "ÂŤiĂ&#x20AC;>Ă&#x152;i`Ă&#x160;UĂ&#x160;Ă&#x2022;Â?Â?Ă&#x17E;Ă&#x160;Â&#x2DC;Ă&#x192;Ă&#x2022;Ă&#x20AC;i`

Our 46th Year! Re-upholstery Recycles Free Local Pick-up & Delivery

KITCHEN & BATHROOM Phone: 650.938.4519

DESIGN & PLANNING SERVICES 2150 OLD MIDDLEFIELD WAY MTN. VIEW PHONE: 650.938.4502

www.SterlingCustomUpholstery.com Visit Our Showroom At: 1243 W. El Camino Real, Mtn View (at Miramonte - Behind Baskin Robbins)

R E A L E S TAT E P RO F E S SIO NA L S E RV IC E S ED GRAZIANI (650) 947-2992 cell (408) 828-1579

BUYING or SELLING in

Los Altos, Los Altos Hills or Mountain View? Put my experience & team of experts to work for you!

ed@serenogroup.com www.edgraziani.com Sereno Group Real Estate 369 S. San Antonio Rd. Los Altos, CA 94022

Loc al E xper ience G lobal Exposu r e

INTERO CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE, TOP 1%

650.947.4798

Pam@PamBlackman.com

PamBlackman.com

As a long time resident of Mountain View I bring a wide variety of skills and expertise to help make your home buying or selling process feel effortless!

Jerylann Mateo BROKER ASSOCIATE/REALTOR

Direct: 650.209.1601 Cell: 650.743.7895 jmateo@apr.com jmateo.com

UÊÊii˜Ê˜i}œÌˆ>̈˜}Ê ÃŽˆÃ UÊÊ Àœ>`ʘiÌܜÀŽÊ œvÊ«ÀœviÃȜ˜>Ê >ÃÜVˆ>ÌiÃÊ>˜`Ê Vœ˜Ì>VÌÃÊ UÊÊ-ÌÀœ˜}Ê՘`iÀÃÌ>˜`ˆ˜}Ê œvÊ̅iʏœV>Ê“>ÀŽiÌ UÊÊ-œˆ`ÊL>VŽ}ÀœÕ˜`Ê …>˜`ˆ˜}Ê>Ê܈`iÊ À>˜}iʜvÊÀi>ÊiÃÌ>ÌiÊ ÌÀ>˜Ã>V̈œ˜Ã

What’s up in your Neighborhood? Do you know where local real estate is headed? I pride myself on being knowledgeable and staying current with the fast pace changes in the industry. I approach each clients’ needs individually and am constantly aware of current and upcoming inventory whether you are buying or selling.

Suzanne O'Brien Presidents Circle - Top 5% Certified Residential Specialist®, EcoBroker®, SRES®

(650) 947-4793 www.suzanneobrien.com

DRE# 01362250

DRE # 01467942

Service beyond your expectations! ✔14 +years experience ❑ ✔Top negotiator ❑

✔Expert in Feng Shui Staging ❑ ❑ International Relocation Specialist ✔

Dedicated to delivering the highest quality of service.

Peggy Lee Realtor®

www.peggleerealestate.com

Direct: 650.917.4233 Office: 408.306.1833 Coldwell Banker, Los Altos 161. S. San Antonio Rd

“Make the RIGHT MOVE...”

Call Tori for your Real Estate needs Buying or selling—calling me is the move in the right direction

Tori Ann Corbett

Broker Associate

(650) 996-0123 DRE #00927794

www.ToriSellsRealEstate.com

I can see your house from here! For a Hassle-Free Listing of Properties of Interest to you visit my website www.Justcallkim.com

KIM COPHER Direct: 650.917.7995 kim.copher@cbnorcal.com www.justcallkim.com DRE #01423875

No one knows your neighborhood like your neighbor

)0850$0/5"$ 545"5& $06/5 :"/% -0$"-(07&3/.&/50''*$*"-4

State government State Senate Joe Simitian (D-Palo Alto) District 11. Term expires 2012. First elected to this office 2004. District office: 160 Town & Country Village, Palo Alto 94301 t tXXXTFOBUPSTJNJUJBODPN

State Assembly Rich Gordon (D-Menlo Park) District: 21. Term expires 2012. First elected to this office 2010. %JTUSJDUPรณ DF&M$BNJOP3FBM 4UF 117, Los Altos, CA 94022 t tIUUQBTNEDPSHNFNCFSTB

San Mateo County government County administrative offices 400 County Center (entrance at corner of Hamilton Avenue and Bradford Street), 3FEXPPE$JUZ  t tXXXTNDHPWPSH $PVOUZTPQFSBUJOHCVEHFU $1.7 billion

San Mateo County Board of Supervisors Dave Pine %JTUSJDU5FSN ends January 2013. Carole Groom%JTUSJDU 5FSNFOET+BOVBSZ Don Horsley%JTUSJDU 5FSNFOET+BOVBSZ Rose Jacobs Gibson District 4. 5FSNFOET+BOVBSZ Adrienne Tissier %JTUSJDU 5FSNFOET+BOVBSZ The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors holds meetings at 9 a.m. on scheduled Tue in the board chambers, )BMMPG+VTUJDFBOE3FDPSET $PVOUZ Center, at the corner of Bradford and )BNJMUPOTUSFFUT 3FEXPPE$JUZ#PBSE agenda and supporting items are available on the website and are posted at 400 County Center on the Fri before the boardโ€™s Tue meetings.

t tXXXTNDHPWPSH

County Planning Commission $PVOUZ$FOUFS 3FEXPPE$JUZ t tQMBOOJOHDPNNJTTJPO!TNDHPWPSH Members of the commission: Frederick )BOTTPO 4UFWF%XPSFU[LZ $ISJT3BOLFO  Gail Slocum (one seat vacant) Commission secretary: 3PTBSJP Fernandez Planning and Building Director: Jim &HHFNFZFS The San Mateo County Planning Commission generally meets the second and fourth Wed of each month at 9 a.m. in the Supervisors Chambers, Hall of +VTUJDFBOE3FDPSET $PVOUZ$FOUFS  3FEXPPE$JUZ

County Parks Commission $PVOUZ$FOUFS UIรธPPS 3FEXPPE City 94063 t tXXXTNDPQBSLTPSH Members of the commission: Michael J. $PPOFZ .BSJDP$&OSJRVF[ .FM1JODVT  Marian Vanden Bosch, Neil Merrilees. The commission meets the first Thu PGFWFOOVNCFSFENPOUITBUQN in the Supervisors Chambers, Hall of +VTUJDFBOE3FDPSET $PVOUZ$FOUFS  3FEXPPE$JUZ

Michelle Le Sanchez Daniella

Note: This publication went to press before the Nov. 6, 2012, election, which may change several of the listings for elected officials whose terms expire in 2012. In the case of the state Senate and Assembly, there are newly drawn districts and new district numbers. After the Nov. 6 election, the Senate district will be District 13. The Assembly district will be District 24.

Built in 1987, Caption goesMenlo here Parkโ€™s Clock Tower has been declared a historic monument.

San Mateo County Office of Education 5XJO%PMQIJO%SJWF 3FEXPPE$JUZ  t tXXXTNDPFLDBVT Members of the board: Susan Alvaro, +JN$BOOPO 3IPOEB$FDDBUP #FWFSMZ +(FSBSE 3PE)TJBP 5FE-FNQFSU  Guillermo โ€œMemoโ€ Morantes

XXXTNDHPWPSHDPOUSPMMFS Sheriff: Greg Munks. Administration: /POFNFSHFODZEJTQBUDI XXXTNDTIFSJรฒDPN District Attorney: 4UFQIFO8BHTUBรฒF XXXTNDHPWPSH%" Coroner: 3PCFSU+'PVDSBVMU XXXTNDHPWPSHDPSPOFS

County Superintendent: "OOF& Campbell

Other county officers & services

County Office of Education staff: .BSDJB4FSQB(BSDJB ,BSFO8JMMJBNT

County Manager: John L. Maltbie. 

5IF#PBSEPG&EVDBUJPONFFUTUIFรถSTU and third Wed of the month at 7 p.m. at UIF$PVOUZ0รณ DFPG&EVDBUJPO 5XJO %PMQIJO%SJWF 3FEXPPE$JUZ

County Counsel: John Beiers. 

Other elected county officers

Health System: Jean Fraser, chief. XXXTNDIFBMUIPSH

Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder:

Housing Department: Duane Bay, EJSFDUPS

.BSL$IVSDI www.smcare.org

Human Resources Department: Donna 7BJMMBODPVSU EJSFDUPS

Tax Collector-Treasurer: Sandie Arnott.  5BY$PMMFDUPS   PQUJPO 5SFBTVSFS %JWJTJPO XXXTNDHPWPSHUBY

Human Services Agency: Beverly #FBTMFZ+PIOTPO EJSFDUPS

Controller: #PC"EMFS

Planning and Building Department: +JN&HHFNFZFS EJSFDUPS GPSQMBOOJOHGPSCVJMEJOH

Probation Department: Stuart Forrest, DIJFGQSPCBUJPOPรณ DFS Public Works Department: James C. 1PSUFS EJSFDUPS San Mateo Medical Center: Dr. Susan &ISMJDI DIJFGFYFDVUJWFPรณ DFS  www.sanmateomedicalcenter.org Superior Court: John Fitton, court FYFDVUJWFPรณ DFSKVSZDPNNJTTJPOFS XXXTBONBUFPDPVSUPSH

Town of Atherton Town Hall "TIรถFME3PBE "UIFSUPO t tXXXDJBUIFSUPODBVT UPXOPQFSBUJOHCVEHFU NJMMJPO

Atherton council members Bill Widmer mayor CXJENFS!DJBUIFSUPODBVT5FSNFOET November 2014. Kathy McKeithen  IPNF  LNDLFJUIFO!DJBUIFSUPODBVT www.AlmanacNews.com Info Menlo Park s 51

i

Term ends November 2012. James Dobbie 650-327-3946. jdobbie@ci.atherton.ca.us Term ends November 2014. Jerry Carlson 650-321-1327 jcarlson@ci.atherton.ca.us Term ends November 2014. Elizabeth Lewis 650-321-4234. elewis@ci.atherton.ca.us Term ends November 2012. The Atherton City Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s regular meetings are held on the third Wed of the month and start at 7 p.m. at the Town Council Chambers, 94 Ashfield Road at Dinkelspiel/Station Lane, Atherton. 650-752-0529.

Atherton town staff Interim City Manager: Theresa DellaSanta. 650-752-0504

City of Menlo Park

Menlo

tUPXODFOUFS!QPSUPMBWBMMFZOFU tXXXQPSUPMBWBMMFZOFU 2012-13 town operating budget: $4.5 million

650-851-6790. Agenda hotline: 650-306-0327.

Portola Valley Town Council

Town Manager/Finance Director: Kevin Bryant. 650-851-1594. kbryant@woodsidetown.org

Maryann Moise Derwin mayor. Term ends November 2013. mderwin@portolavalley.net John Richards vice mayor. Term ends November 2013. jrichards@portolavalley.net

Menlo Park City Council members Kristen Keith mayor 2012. 650-308-4618. Term ends November 2014. Peter Ohtaki vice mayor 2012. 650-330-6631. Term ends 2014. Richard Cline 650-207-1677 (cell). Term ends 2014. Kelly Fergusson 650-207-9334 (cell). Term ends 2012. Andrew Cohen 650-207-5412 (cell). Term ends November 2012. The Menlo Park City Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s regular meetings are on Tue, starting at 7 p.m. Meetings are broadcast live on Channel 26 and via the Internet at the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website, www.menlopark.org. Agendas, minutes and staff reports are posted on the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website, www.menlopark. org. E-mail city.council@menlopark. org. The site also contains general information about the city as well as links to the police department, library and recreation center.

Menlo Park city staff City Manager: Alex McIntyre. 650-330-6610. admcintyre@menlopark.org

Town of Portola Valley Town Hall: 765 Portola Road, Portola Valley 94028 Weekday hours: 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. and 3-5 p.m. t 52 sInfo Menlo ParkWWW!LMANAC.EWSCOM

Menlo Park Fire Protection District

2012-13 total budget: $41.4 million Board meets second and fourth Wed of the month at 7 p.m. in the district office. Board of directors has seven members representing five wards in Santa Clara County and two wards in San Mateo County.

170 Middlefield Road, Menlo Park 94025 t"MMFNFSHFODJFT DBMM#VTJOFTT 650-688-8400, Mon-Thu 8 a.m.5 p.m.; Fire Prevention Bureau: 650-688-8425 tXXXNFOMPĂśSFPSH

3401 CSM Drive, San Mateo 94402 650-574-6550. smccd.edu

Fire Chief: Harold Schapelhouman

Chancellor: Ron Galatolo

Ann Wengert Term ends November 2015. awengert@portolavalley.net

2012-13 operations budget: $30.05 million (preliminary)

The Town Council meets at 8 p.m. on the second and fourth Wed of the month in the Historic Schoolhouse at Town Center, 765 Portola Road, Portola Valley.

Fire stations: 300 Middlefield Road, Menlo Park; 2290 University Ave., East Palo Alto; 32 Almendral Ave., Atherton; 3322 Alameda de las Pulgas, Menlo Park; 4101 Fair Oaks Ave., Menlo Park; 700 Oak Grove Ave., Menlo Park; 1467 Chilco St., Menlo Park

Board of Trustees generally meets at 6 p.m. second and fourth Wed at the district office board room. Contact board members through the District Office.

Edward C. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tedâ&#x20AC;? Driscoll Term ends November 2013. tdriscoll@portolavalley.net Jeff Aalfs Term ends November 2015. jaalfs@portolavalley.net

City Hall 701 Laurel St., Menlo Park 94025 2012-13 general fund budget: $40.1 million (preliminary) t tDJUZDPVODJM!NFOMPQBSLPSH tXXXNFOMPQBSLPSH

Woodside town staff

tXXXPQFOTQBDFPSH Stephen Abbors, general manager

Portola Valley town staff Call 650-851-1701. Town Manager: Angela Howard, ext. 215

Town of Woodside

Board of Directors, Menlo Park Fire District Meets third Tue of the month at 7 p.m. at district headquarters, 300 Middlefield Road, Menlo Park. Call 650-329-9266

Town Hall: 2955 Woodside Road, P.O. Box 620005, Woodside 94062. t tXXXXPPETJEFUPXOPSH 2012-13 town operating budget: $6.2 million

Woodside council members Tom Shanahan District 3. 650-561-2238; t.shanahan@woodsidetown.org. Term ends November 2015. Dave Burow District 5. 650-364-0697. d.burow@woodsidetown.org. Term ends November 2011. Deborah Gordon District 2. 650-851-1642. d.c.gordon@woodsidetown.org. Term ends November 2013. Anne Kasten mayor pro tem. District 6, 650-867-5002. a.kasten@woodsidetown.org. Term ends November 2013. Peter Mason District 7. 650-851-8818. p.mason@woodsidetown.org. Term ends November 2015. Ron Romines District 1. 650-851-8475. r.romines@woodsidetown.org. Term ends November 2015. Dave Tanner mayor. District 4. 650-851-4918. d.tanner@woodsidetown.org. Term ends November 2013. Send all correspondence to Town Hall. The Town Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s regular meetings begin at 7:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Tue of the month at Independence Hall, Woodside and Whiskey Hill roads, Woodside.

Woodside Fire Protection District Headquarters station: 3111 Woodside Road, Woodside 94062 t&NFSHFODJFT$BMM Business: 650-851-1594 tXXXXPPETJEFĂśSFPSH Fire Chief: Dan Ghiorso

San Mateo County Community College District

Sequoia Healthcare District 525 Veterans Blvd., Redwood City 94062. 650-421-2155. www.sequoiahealthcaredistrict.com; LMichelson@sequoiahealthcaredistrict. com Formed in 1946, the district provides oversight and support for programs and activities to achieve health, wellness and disease prevention for residents in Redwood City, Menlo Park, Woodside, Atherton, Portola Valley, Belmont, San Carlos and parts of San Mateo and Foster City. Board meetings on the first Wed of even-numbered months, at 4:30 p.m. in the Conference Room, 525 Veterans Blvd., in Redwood City. 2012-13 budget: $13.7 million

2012-13 budget: $12.9 million Fire stations: Headquarters: 3111 Woodside Road, Woodside. 650-851-1594; 135 Portola Road, Portola Valley. 650-851-1626; 4091 Jefferson Ave., unincorporated San Mateo County. 650-368-2155. Board of Directors, Woodside Fire District Meets the last Mon of the month at 7 p.m. in the Woodside fire station, 3111 Woodside Road, Woodside. 650-851-1594.

California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Skylonda Fire Station: 17290 Skyline Blvd., Woodside. Covers unincorporated areas of San Mateo County from Kings Mountain Road to Alpine Road, and west to Pescadero. t&NFSHFODJFT#VTJOFTT 650-851-1860.

Special Districts Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District District Address: 330 Distel Circle, Los Altos, CA 94022-1404 t

Sequoia Hospital 170 Alameda de las Pulgas, Redwood City 94062. 650-369-5811. www.sequoiahospital.org.

Water districts Los Trancos County Water District 162 Los Trancos Circle, Portola Valley, 94028. Visit ltcwd.org to find the names and phone numbers of board members. The board meets in the Buckeye Room of the Portola Valley Town Center, 765 Portola Road, Portola Valley, at 7:30 p.m. on the first Thu of these months: January, March, May, June, September, and November.

West Bay Sanitary District 500 Laurel St., Menlo Park 94025. 650-321-0384. info@westbaysanitary.org. www.westbaysanitary.org Meets second and fourth Mon of the month at 7 p.m. at district offices, 500 Laurel St., Menlo Park. District staff: Phil Scott, district manager.

PUBLISHER Tom Gibboney EDITORIAL Info Editor: Eric Van Susteren Researchers: Renee Batti, Carol Blitzer, Dave Boyce, Sandy Brundage, Helen Carefoot, Janice Covolo, Bryce Druzin, Richard Hine, Junesung Lee, Lauren-Marie Sliter, Doris Taylor and Eric Van Susteren Photographers: Michelle Le and Daniella Sanchez ART & PRODUCTION Info design director: Linda Atilano Maps & graphics: Shannon Corey Production manager: Jennifer Lindberg Contributing designers: Shannon Corey, Diane Haas, Rosanna Leung, Paul Llewellyn, Scott Peterson ADVERTISING Major accounts sales manager: Connie Jo Cotton Display advertising: Adam Carter, Elaine Clark, Janice Hoogner, Brent Triantos Real estate advertising: Neal Fine, Rosemary Lewkowitz, Diane Martin, Carolyn Oliver Inside advertising: David Cirner, Irene Schwartz Advertising services: Dorothy Hassett, Blanca Yoc Info Menlo is a special project of The Almanac. Copyright (c) 2012 by Embarcadero Media. All rights reserved. Reproduction without permission is strictly prohibited.

450 Cambridge Ave. Palo Alto, CA 94306 650-854-2690 www.AlmanacNews.com Email: editor@AlmanacNews.com Info Menlo contains some information about neighboring communities, but more complete details are in Info Palo Alto and Info Mountain View â&#x20AC;&#x201D; available at Embarcadero Media, 450 Cambridge Ave., Palo Alto, as well as at local bookstores and other outlets. Go to www.AlmanacNews.com for the latest local news, classifieds, movies, restaurant info, Town Square chat room, current and past issues of the Almanac, special offers and much more.

Animal services/protection, 39 Archery, 19 Art galleries, 11 Arts & Entertainment, 11 Atherton, Town of, 8, 46 Advisory/study committees, 46 Commissions and committees, 46 Fire service, 46 Planning commissioners, 46 Police department, 46 Town Council, 51 Town staff, 46 Badminton, 19 Bike rental, 19 Biking, 19 Business organizations, 39 Camping, 19 Charter schools, 30 Child care centers and preschools, 24 Community, 39 Concert series, 11 Disabilities, services, 42 Education, 30 Emergency services, 39 Environment, 39 Farmers markets, 39 Garden clubs, 39 Golf, 20 Health clinics and hospitals, 39 High schools, 30 Historical associations, 40 Homeless services, 40 Horseback riding, 20 Ice skating, 20 In-line skating, 20 Kids, 24 Lectures, 11 Map, 48 Menlo Park, City of, 8, 45 City Council, 52 City services, 45 Civic Center, 45 Commissions, 45 Fire Protection District, 52 Fire, 45 Library, 45 Planning commissioners, 45 Police, 45 Movies, 12 Museums and collections, 13 Music, 11, 14 Open space areas, 20 Opera, 15 Outdoors & Recreation, 19 Parks, 21, 22 Places to tour, 15 Portola Valley, Town of, 8, 46 Architectural and Site Control Commission, 46 Fire services, 46 Library, 47

Michelle Le

2012-13

info

MENLO

Former curator Tom Rogers sits in the front area of Filoli Gardens.

Planning Commission, 46

Superior Court, 51

Police services, 46

Other county officers and services, 51

Town Council, 52

Seniors, 42

Town Center, 46

Sequoia Healthcare District, 52

Town staff, 46, 52

Service groups, 42

Volunteer committees, 47

Skateboarding, 22

Private elementary and middle schools, 30

Soccer, 22

Private high schools, 38 Private swim & tennis clubs, 22 Radio station, 41 Recreational leagues, 25 Recycling and hazardous waste disposal, 41

Social services, 42 Special districts, 52 Sports, 25 State government, 51 Theater, 17 Water districts, 52

San Mateo County government, 51

Woodside, Town of 8, 47

Board of Supervisors, 51

Architectural and Site Review Board, 47

Community College District, 52

Committees, 47

Controller, 51

Fire Protection District, 52

Coroner, 51

Fire service, 47

District Attorney, 51

Library, 57

Office of Education, 51

Planning commission, 47

Parks Commission, 51

Town Council, 52

Planning Commission, 51

Town staff, 47, 52

Sheriff, 51

Youth and service groups, 27 www.AlmanacNews.com Info Menlo Park s 53

Expert Knowledge | Proven Results 4th generation Peninsula resident 6th generation San Francisco Bay Area resident Lyn Jason Cobb & Associates brings an emphasis on innovation and service to the local real estate market and our connections to the areas we serve go back for generations. That personal experience and in-depth market knowledge give our clients a distinct advantage when buying or selling a home. Our Clients Receive:

s%XPERT-ARKET!NALYSIS

s0ROFESSIONAL0HOTOGRAPHY"ROCHURES

s0ERSONALIZED%FFECTIVE-ARKETING3OLUTIONS INCLUDING% &LYERS .EWSPAPER-AGAZINE Ads, Custom Websites, Virtual Tours, Worldwide % -ARKETING#AMPAIGNSxANDMORE

s%XCHANGE%XPERTISE

s3TAGING#ONSULTATION

s%XPERT.EGOTIATION3TRATEGY

s!CCESSTOOURPRIVATELISTOFHOMEREPAIRSPECIALISTS

s&ULL TIME3ERVICE3UPPORT

7EGETTHE"EST0RICESFOROURBUYERSANDSELLERS

Lyn Jason Cobb & Associates !THERTON\-ENLO0ARK\7OODSIDE\0ORTOLA6ALLEY\0ALO!LTO\2EDWOOD#ITY\3AN#ARLOS

Lyn Jason Cobb: 650.566.5331 LynJason.Cobb@cbnorcal.com

Herschel Cobb, J.D.: 650.566.5331 HRCobb@gmail.com

www.CallLyn.com www.LynJasonCobb.com 54 sInfo Menlo ParkWWW!LMANAC.EWSCOM

Regan Byers: 650.678.7765 Regan.Byers@cbnorcal.com

Coldwell Banker

#1 IN CALIFORNIA

BONNIE BIORN

NINO M. GAETANO

650.888.0846 bonnie.biorn@cbnorcal.com www.bonniebiorn.com

Bay Area Real Estate blog: http://ninocb.wordpress.com/ Twitter:@ Nino Gaetano Linkedin: Nino Gaetano ngaetano@cbnorcal.com s%XCLUSIVEREPRESENTATIONINTHE!CQUISITION 3ALESOF(OMES,AND sRD'ENERATION-ENLO0ARK0ORTOLA6ALLEY 2EALTOR s4RUSTWORTHYREALESTATEAGENTFOR YEARS

7ITHMORETHANBILLION INRESIDENTIALREAL ESTATETRANSACTIONS "ONNIEACHIEVESRESULTSTHAT SPEAKFORTHEMSELVES"ONNIEHASSERVEDTHEREAL ESTATENEEDSOFFRIENDS NEIGHBORSSOMEOFTHE "AY!REASMOSTDISTINGUISHEDFAMILIESFOROVER TWODECADES

LOCAL TRADITION GLOBAL CONNECTIONS

PAM HAMMER & KATIE HAMMER RIGGS 650.400.1039 650.515.5255 www.pamandkatie.com 7HENITCOMESTOBUYINGORSELLINGAHOME YOU NEEDTHE(AMMERTEAMTONAILYOURHOMESALE 4HISMOTHERDAUGHTERTEAMHASYEARSOF COMBINEDREALESTATEEXPERIENCE WITHPROVEN RESULTS#ONSISTENTLYRANKEDIN#"STOP AGENTSIN.#ALIFORNIA

TIM KERNS 650.430.4052 Tim.kerns@cbnorcal.com www.timkerns.com 7ITHOVERMILLIONINSALESINEACHOFHIS YEARSASAREALESTATEPROFESSIONAL 4IMISAMONG THEHIGHESTPRODUCINGAGENTSINTERNATIONALLYWITH AUNIQUEAPPROACHTOSERVICEBASEDONTRUST LOCALKNOWLEDGE COMPETITIVENESS ANDATTENTION TODETAIL

BRIGID VAN RANDALL

ELAINE BERLIN WHITE

650.566.5348 Brigid@VanRandall.com www.VanRandall.com

650.566.5323 Top 1% Coldwell Banker Worldwide Real Estate Broker, Attorney at Law www.ElaineWhite.com

7%,#/-).' ).&/2-%$ 2%35,43 $2)6%. "RIGIDISA-ENLO0ARK(OUSING#OMMISSIONERAND BRINGSEXTENSIVEEXPERIENCETOTHETABLEBYAPPLYING HERPROVEN EXPERIENCE BASED INTERACTIVEPROCESS "RIGIDWILLWORKHARDTOENSURESUCCESSANDEXCEED YOUREXPECTATIONS

%LAINEHASBEENASSISTINGBUYERSSELLERSFOR YEARS(ERTEAMINCLUDES$EAN ALICENSED CONTRACTOR WHOASSISTSWITHLISTINGPREPARATION REMODELINGTOMAXIMIZECLIENTSPROlTS!TRAINED MEDIATORNEGOTIATOR %LAINEGETSTHEBESTRESULTS FORHERCLIENTS

CaliforniaMoves.com | facebook.com/cbnorcal ┬й2012 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. All Rights Reserved. Coldwell Banker┬о is a registered trademark licensed to Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. An Equal Opportunity Company. Equal Housing Opportunity. Each Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage OfямБce Is Owned And Operated by NRT LLC. DRE License # 01908304

Coldwell Banker

#1 IN CALIFORNIA

LYN JASON COBB

SUE CRAWFORD

650.566.5331 lynjason.cobb@cbnorcal.com www.CallLyn.com

650.566.5341 SCrawford@cbnorcal.com www.SueCrawford.com

Your home is unique and important. I know this and provide objective advice for smart decisions. I have a full team and have successfully concluded hundreds of transactions during the many years Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve assisted buyers & sellers in our area. Call me!

Start with a dream; make it your home! Specializing in helping buyers and sellers with their Real Estate needs on the Peninsula.

SEAN FOLEY

KAREN FRYLING & REBECCA JOHNSON

650.329.6631 direct 650.207.6005 cell sfoley@cbnorcal.com sTHYEARIN2EAL%STATE3ALES sTHYEARINTHE-ENLO0ARKOFlCE sTHYEARASA7OODSIDERESIDENT s,OCAL+NOWLEDGE 6ETERAN%XPERIENCE 9OUR!DVOCATEIN%VERY2EAL%STATE4RANSACTION

650.329.6620 650.329.6676 Karen.Fryling@cbnorcal.com Rebecca.Johnson@cbnorcal.com www.duo-homes.com sYEARSOFCOMBINEDEXPERIENCEWITHOVER -INSALES s4HEPOWEROFPARTNERSHIPGIVESYOUDOUBLETHE support s3ELLINGREALESTATEISOURPASSIONCOMMUNITY involvement is our commitment s3ERVINGBUYERSSELLERSONTHE-ID 0ENINSULA

STEVE GRAY

CHRIS TAELEMANS, M.B.A.

650.743.7702 sgray@cbnorcal.com

650.799.2859 www.christaelemans.com chris.taelemans@cbnorcal.com

Stay informed about conditions impacting our local neighborhoods by reviewing my weekly reports WHICHANSWERSTHEQUESTION h(OWSTHE-ARKETv 6ISITWWW0ENINSULA3PECIALISTCOM /FFERING YEARSOFLOCALKNOWLEDGE 3TEVEWAS BORNIN-ENLO0ARK RAISEDIN!THERTONRESIDESIN 7OODSIDE

s-"!5#"ERKELEY s%XPERIENCED0ENINSULA2EALTORFOR YEARS s%XCELLENTREVIEWSONWWWCHRISTAELEMANSCOM s3PECIALIZESIN7OODSIDE 06 -ENLO 0! ,OS !LTOS ,!(AND-OUNTAIN6IEW s(ASLIVEDIN%UROPE 3OUTH!MERICA !SIAAND interacts well with varying cultures

CaliforniaMoves.com | facebook.com/cbnorcal Š2012 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. All Rights Reserved. Coldwell BankerÂŽ is a registered trademark licensed to Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. An Equal Opportunity Company. Equal Housing Opportunity. Each Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage OfďŹ ce Is Owned And Operated by NRT LLC. DRE License # 01908304


Info Menlo 2012 - Section 2