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Happy New Year!

South Valley Review

VOL. 1, NO. 22

December 29, 2017

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Holiday Lights Recap

We at South Valley Review send You, our neighbors, a blessing of peace, joy, and success in the New Year! Y1Z

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South Valley Review 2017 at a Glance

March 24, 2017

Better at knowing what matters to you. CISCO Technology Tour

Thursday, March 16 at 9 am the campus at CISCO SYSTEMS was over run with a highly energetic and inquisitive group of approximately 120 school kids. And they wanted answers. More about that later ... This incredible day was organized and cohosted by CISCO and the 100 BLACK MEN OF SILICON VALLEY. Our inside man who clearly worked hard to bring this off to everyone’s enjoyment was Peter Ashaolu, Technical Leader (CQE) Manufacturing Engineering - is his official title at the company - or “he is the nice man with the great smile” as he was

described by a group of the no nonsense kids. Peter has been with CISCO for 20 years and is really proud to show off the place where the things they do every day make our lives work better, faster and smoother. All those electronics in daily use by most people that stay cool to the touch, silent to operate and light to carry around are just a few of the reasons Peter is so proud of what he and the folks at CISCO are up to in all those buildings along Tasman Drive. Erich Shaffer, Peter’s boss and good friend, actually dipped into his budget to pay for the goodie bags given to each of the kids along with providing their breakfast and lunch - this was

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a useful move in keeping the audience engaged - as the CISCO team was a bit out numbered. Six department executives lead a discussion panel to encourage the kids to ask questions about educational background, training and life experiences that could lead to a job at a company like CISCO. And the questions did range from the obvious; like how long it takes to become an engineer to “do you ever get to blow stuff up?” This was a recurring topic during the tour stops in several of the labs and work spaces. PANEL PHOTO includes Robby Greenfield, (CISCO Software Engineer), Liz Perez, (CISCO Operation Manager, T&Q), Dennis Jaramilo, (CISCO Project Manager, T&Q), Andrea Simmonds-Kwakye, (CISCO Operation Manager, Customer Service), Justin Norman, (CISCO Manager Enterprise Data Science Office), & Chibuzor Ugokwe, (CISCO Product Manager).

Legendary Producers and Animators Floyd Norman and Leo Sullivan join Punch Animation, Inc.

Page 4 Story Time: Con Man by Terry Denevan

Page 10 FISH Food Pantry Project

Page 12 - 13 Local Photography What an experience for the kids, teachers, CISCO executives, volunteers and parents to get such an up close and truly personal opportunity to see how the people behind the Internet of Things touch our lives. Bravo to CISCO and their joint venture with the 100 BLACK MEN OF

SILICON VALLEY for making a point of opening young minds to the possibilities within - and the next great thing is just an idea away - but whose idea?

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Community Shop With A Cop

On Saturday, Aug. 26th , the Shop with a Cop Foundation of Silicon Valley hosted it’s “Fiesta with a Purpose” fundraiser at the Scottish Rite Center, San Jose.  The Foundation was celebrating  10th years of giving back to the community and

supporting education programs  for underserved youth. The foundation was recognized by local elected officials who presented the Executive Dir. with commendations from  the Co. Board of supervisors and a  CA State Assembly resolution for their volunteer  work in the community   on the behalf of  law enforcement. Over 400 guests enjoyed, premium tequila tastings,dancing to live salsa music margaritas and a delicious Mexican buffet.The

Jorge Sanchez and Proud Mom

foundation recognized their corp. sponsors like Google, Chevron, Knight Foundation, Target and Bank of America. Honoree of the evening and receiving  the Community Impact Award  was Former SF 49er, Dennis Brown for his involvement with the foundation and youth.  Over $40,00 was raised from the silent and live auction and corp. sponsorship.  The mission of the Shop with the  Cop Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the lives of under-served youth

and families in the community with an emphasis in the areas of education, character development, and rebuilding trust between the community and the police.  For more information

Jorge Sanchez a word of thanks

on how you can support the Shop with a Cop Foundation of Silicon Valley, you may go to their website at , www. shopwithacopsv.org or by calling (669) 2262663. Shop with Cop is a registered 501 C -3.  

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Gratitude Cityteam served 700 Thanksgiving Meals For 60 years Cityteam has been providing care for men, women and children in need in our community. This year the Bay Area community has stepped up in a big way to donate their time, treasures and turkeys to help thousands of lowincome families, the elderly and homeless individuals to a wonderful Thanksgiving feast. Guests were able to watch NFL football games, receive haircuts, footwashing and was given new and used shoes and coats to prepare for the Winter season. “We are grateful for your generosity, your

commitment to ending homelessness through the dignity of hope, and your desire to make your communityour communitystrong, beautiful and vibrant.” - The DST Family About Cityteam: Cityteam is a non-profit organization serving the poor and homeless in San Jose since 1957. Cityteam has provided life-saving

hot meals, emergency food boxes, safe shelter, clothing, showers, longterm recovery programs, learning & career skills,

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We are a friendly, progressive, multicultural church striving to understand and apply the teachings of Jesus Christ. All are welcome!! Come visit us and participate in opportunities for spiritual growth, fellowship, and community outreach. We can pursue our faith journeys together! Sunday services are at 10:00AM with children’s Sunday school and nursery care available on site. Handicapped and hearing impaired services available. Visit our website for sample sermons, photos and a lot more information www.sthpc.org We look forward to meeting you!!

First Congregational Church of San Jose United Church of Christ 1980 Hamilton Ave., San Jose, CA 95125 (At the corner of Hamilton and Leigh) (408) 377-7121 www.firstccsj.org

We are a progressive, Open and Affirming, welcoming congregation of faithful people who seek to wrestle with scripture, and live out our faith, in the real world. We are far from perfect, but we try to offer as wide a welcome as possible, and invite you to join us on the community path, wherever it takes us. We offer lively, multi-generational worship on Sunday mornings at 10:00 AM (nursery care provided). We have regular educational programs for all ages, children through adults, and a variety of groups and offerings for spiritual development and service. Come check us out and find a community for the journey.

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Auld lang Syne New Year Reflections To My Friends, Family, Neighbors, and Community, 2018 is rapidly approaching and now is the time that most start to reflect on the past year. A lot has happened. For everyone as a whole and for everyone as an individual. I keep hearing people say “lets forget about 2017 and move on” but I’m not quite sure that is the best advice to give. Yes, 2017 was a hard year for most. Yes, there

are things that we would rather forget and move past. Yes, 2018 is a new year and a new chance to get things right… Ha ha ha. But we tend to forget the most important thing with all this hubbub: Those who do not learn from their past are doomed to repeat it. So my advice to you is this. Do not forget the things that happened in 2017; Reflect upon them. I’m not talking about making goals of things you want to change about

yourself that inevitably get swept under the rug three months in. While that is important in the reflecting process, I’m talking on a broader scale. Look at everything that has happened in 2017. The things you loved. The things you hated. The things you wish hadn’t happened and those that you wish did. And then look at yourself. Where were you in all of this? How did you react? Do you regret how you reacted? Do you regret

Walking A Mile In Her Shoes to Help End Violence

Who wore it best? As great as your Councilmembers and staff looked strutting

down Santana Row, they were there for a bigger cause, of course. They put on heels to join a mission to end violence against women, children and families. Together, with about 500 brave men of Silicon Valley, they raised funds, awareness and eyebrows to empower

survivors of violence and provide life-changing services offered by YWCA Silicon Valley. The Walk A Mile In Her Shoes event raised more than $150,000! You, too, can learn more, get help, give help or get involved.

doing or not doing what you did? How did that reflect upon you as a person? What could you have done better? All of these questions and more, in my personal opinion, allow you to dictate how your 2018 will go. While each year brings new hardships and new realities, there is always one constant… You. You will always be there in your year. So ultimately, you are the only one that can make anything happen in your

life. Yes, curve balls are throne your way. And sometimes, you may miss. But ultimately, your choice to change your grip on the bat may allow you to hit those balls you never could before. I wish you all a great 2018. May this year bring you joy, happiness, and a new understanding of self. Have a great New Year. Be safe. Be kind. Your Neighbor, Amanda Faris

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March 24, 2017

Better at knowing what matters to you. CISCO Technology Tour

Thursday, March 16 at 9 am the campus at CISCO SYSTEMS was over run with a highly energetic and inquisitive group of approximately 120 school kids. And they wanted answers. More about that later ... This incredible day was organized and cohosted by CISCO and the 100 BLACK MEN OF SILICON VALLEY. Our inside man who clearly worked hard to bring this off to everyone’s enjoyment was Peter Ashaolu, Technical Leader (CQE) Manufacturing Engineering - is his official title at the company - or “he is the nice man with the great smile” as he was

described by a group of the no nonsense kids. Peter has been with CISCO for 20 years and is really proud to show off the place where the things they do every day make our lives work better, faster and smoother. All those electronics in daily use by most people that stay cool to the touch, silent to operate and light to carry around are just a few of the reasons Peter is so proud of what he and the folks at CISCO are up to in all those buildings along Tasman Drive. Erich Shaffer, Peter’s boss and good friend, actually dipped into his budget to pay for the goodie bags given to each of the kids along with providing their breakfast and lunch - this was

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a useful move in keeping the audience engaged - as the CISCO team was a bit out numbered. Six department executives lead a discussion panel to encourage the kids to ask questions about educational background, training and life experiences that could lead to a job at a company like CISCO. And the questions did range from the obvious; like how long it takes to become an engineer to “do you ever get to blow stuff up?” This was a recurring topic during the tour stops in several of the labs and work spaces. PANEL PHOTO includes Robby Greenfield, (CISCO Software Engineer), Liz Perez, (CISCO Operation Manager, T&Q), Dennis Jaramilo, (CISCO Project Manager, T&Q), Andrea Simmonds-Kwakye, (CISCO Operation Manager, Customer Service), Justin Norman, (CISCO Manager Enterprise Data Science Office), & Chibuzor Ugokwe, (CISCO Product Manager).

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Legendary Producers and Animators Floyd Norman and Leo Sullivan join Punch Animation, Inc.

Page 4 Story Time: Con Man by Terry Denevan

Page 10 FISH Food Pantry Project

Page 12 - 13 Local Photography What an experience for the kids, teachers, CISCO executives, volunteers and parents to get such an up close and truly personal opportunity to see how the people behind the Internet of Things touch our lives. Bravo to CISCO and their joint venture with the 100 BLACK MEN OF

SILICON VALLEY for making a point of opening young minds to the possibilities within - and the next great thing is just an idea away - but whose idea?


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May 5, 2017

Better at knowing what matters to you. STEM Central in Santa Clara

South Valley Review

VOL. 1, NO. 5

May 19, 2017

Better at knowing what matters to you.

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Technically... He’s a Barber

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Which Vegetables Will Make Your Garden Great?

Art With Impact By Ruben Valles Jr.

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Our Corner of The Valley By Scott Taper

speakers includes panels from women in STEM fields, wildlife experts, and a planetary scientist from SETI. Younger visitors got hands-on at interactive Innovation Stations throughout the library. Children and adults worked together to build circuits, learn to write code, and launch their very own rocket. Santa Clara City Library partnered with local tech companies to create an experience that inspired our students and the entire community. STEM Central was an all-day, family-friendly event celebrating Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics at the Santa Clara City

Library. Visitors came face to face with every manner of technology such as printing presses, virtual reality, robots, and drones. A full day of

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This Day in History May 19th

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DARAJA Academy - A Unique Learning Experience

Dave the Barber Teaching a class of students on the art of male hairstyles

Dave the Barber, of BarbersInc in downtown San Jose has life all figured out he says. According to Dave, “your success in life depends heavily in the ability to make others feel good when they are around you”. It’s that power to be an inspiration in your community, job or even family that sets you apart and creates the world you inhabit according to Dave Diggs. This young man has a great goal to make people feel good when in his presence. Let’s start a few years back in his story ...

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South Valley Review

June 16, 2017

Better at knowing what matters to you. Special Assignment Brigitte Jones

Page # 11 Inauguration of SJSU 30th President: May 4th, 2017 SVR Home Delivers Papers To These ZIP CODES 95119 95123 95124 95125 95032 95008 *Coming Soon* 95037 + 95051

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YMCA Summer Food Kick Off Celebration

Yalumba Wine Tasting

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South Valley Review

VOL. 1, NO. 11

August 15, 2017

Better at knowing what matters to you.

Downtown Streets Team: Summer of Love

District 2 June Address

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CDFA Fashion Awards

Tips for You College Students

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When school ends and summer begins, children are at risk of going hungry as they lose access to federal free and reducedprice lunch programs. Alarmingly, • 1 in 5 children in Silicon Valley are at risk of going to bed hungry. • Out of the 84,691 children eligible for the federal free or reducedprice meal program in Santa Clara County in

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SJ Giants Book Reading

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Page # 15 Phillipino Wisdom to Live By

Children waiting to get their books signed.

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For a late summer adrenaline rush take a leap out of the ordinary and help a worthy cause by joining the” Downtown Streets Team Over the Edge DST Drop Down” fund raiser by rappelling off the Adobe Building Headquarters September 8th and 9th in downtown San Jose. Downtown

Streets Team is a nonprofit organization assisting the Bay Area homeless learn valuable work skills by allowing them to volunteer cleaning the streets in our towns. The first brave soul to join the event will be San Jose’s Mayor Sam Licardo, who will rappel off the Adobe Building,

which is the 7th tallest structure in San Jose, September 8th for the fund raiser expected to raise $270k for the homeless employment -driven program.

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California Latino Wineries

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VOL. 1, NO. 12

August 31, 2017

Better at knowing what matters to you. Library Graduation Ceremony

Page # 4 “Three Open Doors” Exhibition - Andy Nugyen

South Valley Review

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October 6, 2017

Better at knowing what matters to you.

Megan Medeiros Nature’s Inspiration 2017 speech

Page # 8 Rebuilding Together One Home at a Time

Page # 9 Shop With a Cop

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Do This Fall Yard Work and Reap Springtime Benefits

Page # 18 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Recap A very Proud Graduating Class of 2017

More than 120,000 adults in San Jose do not have a high school diploma or GED. Half of these adults have less than a 9th grade education. You can help improve their

lives, literacy skills, and employment opportunities by volunteering as a tutor in the Partners in Reading adult literacy program of the San Jose Public Library. Share the

gift of reading, writing, and critical thinking with another adult.

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National Charity League Philanthropy Fair Megan welcoming everyone

There are 3 things you should know about us... 1. We believe that every child should be able to get in nature and feel a sense of awe no more than 10 minutes from home. 2. We believe that our leaders should be working

to restore nature and fight climate change with the same pride and fervor as building housing or reducing traffic. 3. We are fighting for a future where our organization is no longer needed and nature doesn’t

need to be saved. Hello wonderful people and welcome to our 14th annual Nature’s Inspiration!

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South Valley Review

VOL. 1, NO. 17

October 20, 2017

Better at knowing what matters to you.

Cityteam Celebrates 60th Anniversary

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South Valley Review

VOL. 1, NO. 18

November 3, 2017

Better at knowing what matters to you. Page # 7

Rebuilding Together Recap

Local High School String Quartet to Join Beatles vs. Stones Show Tour on Campbell Stage

Hilltoppers Academy Gains Second Location!

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Update On Our Afghan Refugee Family

Downtown Drop Up and Away!!

Dinner guests enjoying an evening of fine dining.

The staff that serve the homeless every day. Left: Culinary Chef Reynolds Stewart

Each day Cityteam serves 600 meals to anyone in need in the San Jose area. They also provide 1,500 food boxes to low-income families

each month. In addition, Cityteam provides shelter, showers, clothing and residential recovery programs for men, women and children. Thousands

of men and women have transformed their lives after graduating from Cityteam’s programs. Cityteam recently celebrated their 60th Anniversary serving the needs of those struggling with poverty and homelessness in Santa Clara County. The staff decided to make it a special night for the homeless that come each night for a much needed meal and shelter. They turned their dinning room into a five star restaurant with waiters, white

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Keller Williams Steps In

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Gift of Sight 2017 Fall Rebuilding Day 2017 was a tremendous success, and we could not have done it without all of you! 38 senior and/or disabled homeowner families are now living in safer and healthier homes and 2 non-profit organizations  have impactful facility

upgrades, all because of the outstanding House Captains and Volunteer Coordinators, generous Sponsors and over 1000 Volunteers who participated on October 28th. We are in awe and grateful for the endless hours you dedicated to every project!

Volunteers were dispersed throughout San Jose, Milpitas, Cupertino, Los Gatos and Morgan Hill, installing new railings and grab bars, energy efficient 

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November 17, 2017

Better at knowing what matters to you. Page # 4

Gala for Good

Invite, Ignite, Unite!

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City National Civic was the place to be Friday, November 10 in San Jose. Hunger at Home held their “Bridge the Gap” fundraiser to benefit Martha’s Kitchen with a Cocktail Party and concert. This event is meant to honor everyone; volunteers, corporate sponsors, partner businesses, nonprofits, staff and yes including those served and benefit from these programs - daily - in San Jose and surrounding communities. (Left) Edita Cruz Executive, Director; Martha’s Kitchen (Right) Madison Nguyen, Executive Director; Hunger at Home

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Recipes for You to Try for This Year’s Thanksgiving Feast

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Happy New Year! CONGRATULATIONS TO THE INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES WE ASSISTED WITH THEIR HOME PURCHASES AND SALES IN 2017! 1031 Crestview Dr #306 - Buyer - SOLD 34782 Osage River Place - Buyer - SOLD 1382 Pierce Ranch Road - Seller - SOLD Seller - SOLD

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Buyer - SOLD 1915 Coastland Avenue - Seller - SOLD

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Buyer - SOLD 5328 Rimwood Drive -

Buyer - SOLD 3652 La Terrace Circle -

Seller - SOLD

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Buyer - SOLD 5537 Makati Circle -

Buyer - SOLD 43550 Puesta Del Sol -

Seller - SOLD

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Buyer - SOLD 6228 Tibouchina Lane -

Buyer - SOLD 4373 Indigo Drive -

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Buyer - SOLD 6470 Mojave Drive -

Buyer - SOLD 495 Suisse Drive -

Seller - SOLD

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Buyer - SOLD 6167 Heathercreek Way - Seller - SOLD

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Buyer - SOLD 781 Parma Way -

Buyer - SOLD 617 Flannery Street -

Seller - SOLD

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Buyer - SOLD 6643 Bunker Hill Court -

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Seller - SOLD 883 Furlong Avenue -

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Seller - SOLD 9620 Blue Heron Court - Seller - SOLD

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