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For a complete list of classes and class fees, lectures and health education resources, visit pamf.org/healtheducation.
March is National Nutrition Month Special Nutrition Month Author Events â€“ Mountain View Center Celebrate by visiting the Mountain View Center every Wednesday evening in March from 7 to 9 p.m., for a discussion, tasting and/or food demonstration led by a local food author. Featured authors are: Laura Stec, Cool Cuisine: Taking the Bite Out of Global Warming â€“ March 6 Stephanie Lucianovic, Suffering Succotash: A Picky Eaterâ€™s Quest to Understand Why We Hate the Food We Hate â€“ March 13 Lisa Barnes, The Petit Appetit Cookbook â€“ March 20 Donia Bijan, Mamanâ€™s Homesick Pie: A Persian Heart in an American Kitchen â€“ March 27
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The Dr. Tom McDonald Memorial Lectures at the Palo Alto Center
How to Develop Mindful Eating Habits Tuesday, Mar. 12, 7 to 8:30 p.m. Palo Alto Center 795 El Camino Real, Palo Alto
Presented by Barbara Christie, R.D. PAMF Nutrition Services 650-853-4873
When was the last time you truly enjoyed your food? Can you remember what your last meal really tasted like? Join us to learn how to tap into your six senses to naturally inďŹ‚uence your weight, while eating without distraction. During the presentation we will practice how to experience food to maximize pleasure using sight, sound, touch, smell, mind/body awareness and last but not least....taste.
A woman was arrested last week for allegedly bashing another womanâ€™s head into a washing machine repeatedly, according to police. The suspect, an employee at Fresho Laundry on West El Camino Real, reportedly punched one of her supervisors on Feb. 22. Allegedly, she then took the supervisor by the hair and banged her head against the window portion of a washing machine multiple times, said Sgt. Sean Thompson, public information officer for the Mountain View Police Department. Another supervisor, the victimâ€™s mother, called the police, Thompson continued. After officers arrived, the suspect attempted to attack the victim again, and had to be restrained by officers, Thompson said. Marie Jenkins, 56, of Palo Alto, was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon (the washing machine), and interfering with the duties of a police officer. Thompson said it was unclear what the motive was for the attack.
BANK ROBBED A man robbed the Chase Bank at 2510 W. El Camino Real on Tuesday, according to police. No weapon was seen during the robbery, which occurred at about 5:55 p.m., Feb. 19, according to Mountain View police spokesman, Sgt. Sean Thompson. No one was injured, he said. The robber, described as a white man in his late 30s, under 6 feet tall, of average build and wearing dark colored clothing and sunglasses, walked into the bank as tellers and other employees were preparing to close for the day. He walked up to one of the tellers and demanded money. It is unclear whether he said he was armed. The teller handed over an undisclosed sum of money and the man was last seen walking west through the bankâ€™s parking lot.
LAPTOPS STOLEN Two laptops were stolen from a Mountain View apartment in the 500 block of Del Medio Avenue, after a burglar broke in using some kind of tool, police said The 27-year-old victim told police he returned home at about 12:30 a.m. on Feb. 26 after being gone most of the previous day, to find his front door ajar and two laptops missing from inside his apartment, which is located in an apartment complex. According to police spokesman Sgt. Sean Thompson, only the laptops were taken and nothing else seemed to be moved or disturbed inside the apartment. There was a tool mark noticed on the outside of the front door, about 1-inch wide, which police believe was used to force the door open. The man has a deadbolt on his front door, but it was not locked, Thompson said. Only the door knob was locked. Police said they have no suspects at this time. â€”Mountain View Voice staff N POLICELOG ASSAULT W/ DEADLY WEAPON
Sleep Apnea: A Not So Silent Epidemic
500 block W. El Camino Real, 2/22
Monday, Mar. 25, 7 to 8:30 p.m. San Carlos Library 610 Elm Street, San Carlos
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1800 block San Luis Av., 2/20 500 block Palo Alto Av., 2/21 1100 block Awalt Dr., 2/22 100 block Bonny St., 2/23 1800 block Wagner Av., 2/23
Presented by Scott Lee, M.D. PAMF Ear, Nose and Throat
100 block Del Medio Av., 2/20 1100 block Castro St., 2/26
To register, call Rhea Bradley at 650-591-0341, extension 237.
1900 block Latham St., 2/22 200 block Escuela Av., 2/24
900 block Rich Av., 2/20 100 block College Av., 2/21 100 block Annie Laurie Av., 2/26
Please join us for a review of what obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is, how it is diagnosed, and why it is treated. Dr. Lee will also discuss nonsurgical and surgical treatments of OSA.
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GRAND THEFT 2400 block W. El Camino Real, 2/21 700 block Continental Cl., 2/23
900 block Villa St., 2/20 200 block Castro St., 2/23 200 block Castro St., 2/25 500 block Del Medio Av., 2/25
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Section 1 of the March 01.2013 edition of the Mountain View Voice