South Valley Review
VOL. 2, NO. 4
March 9, 2018
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25th Annual Watermark Conference For Women Silicon Valley
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Page # 14 NPR host Kelly McEvers (L) and International human rights attorney Amal Clooney speaks onstage
CEO, Watermark, Marlene Williamson speaking onstage
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Sip, stroll and nosh on small bites at the 5th Annual Wine Walk in North Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto on Weds. March 14th, 5pm to 8pm. This year we feature Sonoma and Napa wines and the event will benefit North Bay Wildfire Relief through Habitat for Humanity Sonoma County. Taste from local and regional wineries, including Sebastiani, Kendall Jackson, La Crema, Deerfield Ranch, Fenestra, Stomping Girl, Rock Wall, R&B Cellars, Lynda Tranel, and Fat Grape (sulfite-free!) and Berkeley’s own Covenant (kosher!) at participating shops along Shattuck & Vine Street - Vintage Berkeley Wines, Agrodolce, Nico’s 1508, Saul’s, and Tiger Lily will pour from their own selections. Tickets available online https://gourmetghettowinewalk2018. brownpapertickets.com/ and at these neighborhood shops: ACCI Gallery at 1652 Shattuck Ave. and M. Lowe Jewelry at 1519 Shattuck Ave. Tickets are $25 in advance – (buy 2 for $20 each) - or $30 day of the event. Check in starting at 4:30pm on the day of the event for your map of participating shops and visit in any order you wish! Price includes a commemorative Gourmet Ghetto tasting glass and entry into a raffle for fun wine country tastings and gift certificates from Buena Vista, Cline, and Larson Family Wines.
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Live Oak Senior Nutrition Centerin Los Gatos provides hot lunches, fellowship, referral and support services in a social setting to adults over the age of 60. Executive Director Mary Goulart and a dedicated team of employees and volunteers join forces to serve weekly lunches. Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays: Los Gatos United Methodist Church – 111 Church St, Los Gatos Wednesdays: Adult Recreation Center – 208 East Main St, Los Gatos. Daily choices of food include a hot entrée, salad or sandwich. A $3.00 donation is suggested. Established in 1974 as a ministry of the church, LOSNSC is an important service to the seniors in our community. More information: www.lgumc.org Senior Volunteers Wanted The California Highway Patrol’s Hollister-Gilroy Area Office, is looking for motivated Senior citizens who want to give something back to their community. Senior Volunteers are CHP employees who assist in both administrative and field capacities. The objectives of the CHP Senior Volunteer Program are: To assist the CHP in providing enhanced public service to the community, to provide an opportunity for senior citizens to make a definitive contribution toward improving public safety and service, and to instill among participating volunteers an understanding and appreciation of the justice system, human relations, and ethics in the field of law enforcement. More information: Officer Chris Miceli (408) 848-2324 or email@example.com
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Community Vitality Meeting Tuesday, March 20 at 9:30am Loma Brewing Company, 1 30 N. Santa Cruz Ave.
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Helping Hands Piedmont Hills High School Music Department and Insane Ink Presents Rising from the Ashes concert to benefit North Bay fire victims
The Piedmont Hills High School Music Department and Insane Ink, a student run business, are sponsoring a concert to benefit the victims of the devastating fires in northern
California last October. The concert will be held in the high school’s main gym at 7:00PM on March 27, 2018. “The Piedmont Hills High School community is known for its spirit of giving and
service, but this is the first time the school is holding a benefit concert. The fact that one of our teachers who lives in the North Bay had to evacuate his house last October brings the plight of the fire victims closer to home for us,” says music instructor Emily Ray. All proceeds from the concert will go to Community Foundation Sonoma County. The event will begin with a social hour, starting at 5:45PM in the gym. Insane Ink will provide food, music, and sponsor booths until 6:45. T-shirts with a “rising from the ashes” logo designed by Andy Do will be sold for $15 each. At 7:00, a concert of music will be performed by Piedmont Hills’ Concert Choir, Percussion Ensemble, Music Honor Society, Wind Ensemble,
and Symphony Orchestra. Myles Ellis and Emily Ray will conduct the ensembles. About the Piedmont Hills High School Music Department Piedmont Hills High School in northern San Jose boasts a diverse music department that includes award winning choirs, bands and orchestras. Recent accolades include unanimous superior ratings at regional music festivals, multiple first place awards at a national level music festival held in Anaheim, CA, and an invitation to perform as a featured ensemble at the California All State Music Educators Conference in San Jose. About Insane Ink Insane Ink is an
entrepreneurial course at Piedmont Hills High School that runs an apparel customization company. This class is designed to give students hands-on experience running a business and to teach them the fundamentals of economics. Students are responsible for running the company while a student based Executive Board advises and oversees the company. Insane Ink offers a variety of custom apparel for clubs, organizations, school classes, events, and other local businesses. Insane Ink also allocates 50% of their profit towards philanthropy with the aim of giving back to the community. Please visit www.InsaneInk.com.
March 27, 2018 @ 7:00pm PHHS Main Gym 1377 Piedmont Rd San Jose, CA 95132 Tickets will be sold at the door: Adults: $10 Students: $5 On-campus parking is free. For more information about the concert, please visit InsaneInk.com.
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The Bridge Housing Community (BHC) candidate site in District 2 on Hellyer Ave. and Silicon Valley Rd. is NO LONGER UNDER CONSIDERATION. This is because the property is in negotiations for a land trade with the County of Santa Clara. The City has recently learned that the County will not be able to accommodate the request to use the Hellyer Ave. and Silicon Valley Rd. site for a BHC. Additionally, the specific County funding restrictions require the site be used for park purposes only. Therefore, there are currently NO BHC candidate sites in District 2. The Housing Department will continue to evaluate the remaining two candidate sites in District 3 and District 7 to determine the most viable and development-ready site to host a BHC pilot project. For more information on this decision, please view the memorandum from the Housing Department: Elimination of Council District 2 Bridge Housing Community Candidate Site. The decision to eliminate the District 2 site is consistent with my first assessment of the location. After visiting each of the three proposed BHC candidate sites, it was clear that this property was NOT an appropriate location for such a development. The site is problematic because it is isolated. It has no access to food, retail, or other basic necessities; it lacks public transportation service; and it is too close to Coyote Creek, which creates environmental concerns that may be too costly to mitigate. I remain fully committed to exploring and implementing a multitude of programs and resources to address our City’s homeless crisis. As a City and as a community, we have a long way to go to fully eliminate homelessness. We will go much further and see greater success if we address homelessness as a united front. It is evident that we care about the plight of our neighbors living on the streets. The main thought of divergence is HOW we solve homelessness -- not whether it is worth solving. It is natural to disagree. If we start from a place of compassion and sincerely recognize the deep need, we can find a solution that works for all. Fearmongering, stereotyping the unhoused, or opposing housing developments simply because they are in our backyard does not solve the problem. It exacerbates it. In District 2, we are not immune to the consequences of our housing crisis. Therefore, we cannot expect to be exempt from participating in a solution. More importantly, now is the time to have the courage to implement solutions that are as vast and diverse as our community. I encourage you to stay engaged in the BHC process. This is a Citywide project. Its success is imperative to all San Jose residents -- not just those in the District where it is ultimately built. If you have questions or concerns about Bridge Housing Communities or homelessness in general, please contact my Chief of Staff Vanessa Sandoval at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 408-535-4925. In community, Councilmember Sergio Jimenez
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Which of these five candidates will take Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken Yeagerâ€™s seat next year?
You are invited to this free BAYMEC forum to meet the candidates It has been a heated race to replace our beloved BAYMEC co-founder Ken Yeager as Santa Clara County Supervisor for District 4. The five candidates have agreed to attend a forum to discuss their stance on many issues facing our County as well as those facing the LGBTQ Community. Come learn more about the candidates at this free forum hosted by BAYMEC in preparation for the June 5th primary election.
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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 childrenâ€™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!!
At Hillside Church, we take God and His Word seriously. We are a growing congregation of friendly people who are taking the hope of the Gospel to a world that desperately needs it. Join us in our mission to change this world one soul at a time. Our Sunday services are at 9:00 AM (acoustic/quiet) and 10:45 AM (more high energy). Make a difference in the live of people in our community. Help us as we point others to Jesus Christ, teaching them to live for Him. Visit our website, listen online, or join us this Sunday!
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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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District 15 News Beall Honors Senate District 15’s Women of the Year In recognition of Women’s History Month, Sen. Jim Beall will honor six dedicated women who have made Silicon Valley a better place through their work and civic leadership. Celebrating the Women of Silicon Valley Friday, March 9; 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. 2105 S. Bascom Ave., Campbell Light refreshments will be served. To RSVP, call the District Office staff, (408) 558-1295 Being honored are Lifetime Achievement: The Reverend Sharon Hare As the pastor of First Presbyterian Church San Jose, her leadership led the church to start the Bag Lunch Program, which feeds people who are homeless, and Lifted Spirits, a drop-in center for at-risk women. Community Service: Laurel Perusa Her community service in Saratoga is focused on increasing awareness about human trafficking in Santa Clara County. Persua, a retired teacher, is also active in several local organizations, including the Village Gardeners, a group of volunteers who maintain Big Basin Way’s flower pots, urns, and street tree wells that
line downtown Saratoga’s business district. Mentorship: Maria Marcelo She has been instrumental in her downtown San Jose neighborhood, working to unify the community and divert children from violence and crime. Through her volunteerism, Marcelo resurrected the Guadalupe Washington Neighborhood Association and worked to establish Madre a Madre to bring the mothers of Washington Elementary School students together to discuss how they can relieve their children’s stress and raise their selfesteem.
worked at restaurant across the globe, Carriera returned to San Jose, where she grew up, to become the co-head chef of Adega, the city’s only Michelin-rated restaurant.
Trailblazer: Deb Kramer Kramer’s devotion to environmentalism led her to found Keep Coyote Creek Beautiful. In the wake of the Coyote Creek flood last year, she recruited 1.200 volunteers over eight days to assist residents who were affected. Business Leader: Jessica Carriera An accomplished chef who was
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Rising Star: Erin Salazar The San Jose State arts degree graduate’s audacious idea to turn blank downtown walls into canvases for colorful murals of public art has
become a vibrant reality. In 2014, Salazar started the Exhibition District by cobbling together various grants to keep local artists employed by creating murals that brighten downtown.
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The mission of the Conference for Women is to promote, communicate, and amplify the influence of women in the workplace and beyond. At our annual nonpartisan, nonprofit conferences, we bring together thousands of active professionals to connect, renew, and find inspiration in community We are committed to helping close the pay gap, eliminate gender discrimination and achieve parity in company leadership and on corporate boards. We inspire the next generation through our Young Womenâ€™s program and we support local nonprofit organizations. The Conference for Women harnesses the collective wisdom, experience, and energy of inspirational women and men of all ages and backgrounds in service of our values: supporting and giving back to our growing nationwide community. Comedian/actor/disability advocate Mason Zayid speaking
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Center Stage Campbell’s Heritage Theatre Presents LOS LOBOS Campbell’s historic Heritage Theatre continues its 20172018 Season with the indefatigable LOS LOBOS on Saturday, March 24, at 8:00pm. The evening will feature special guests KANEKOA performing the opening set. In 2003, while celebrating the 30th Anniversary of LOS LOBOS’ humble beginnings as a garage band in East L.A., Rolling Stone magazine summed up their distinctive, diverse, freewheeling fusion of Rock, Blues, Soul, and Mexican folk music: “This is what happens when five guys create a magical sound, then stick together… to see how far it can take them.” After celebrating their 40th anniversary with the 2013 live album Disconnected In New York City, the hard working, constantly touring band leapt headfirst into their fifth decade with Gates of Gold, their first full length studio album since 2010’s Tin Can Trust (a Grammy nominee for Best Americana Album). Their 1984 major label breakthrough album, How Will The Wolf Survive?, still ranks #30 on Rolling Stone’s list of the 100 greatest albums of the 1980s. Three decades, three Grammy
Awards, and thousands of rollicking performances across the globe later, LOS LOBOS is still jamming with the same raw intensity they had when they began in that garage in 1973. KANEKOA describes its music as ukulele powered Hawaiian reggae folk rock. The band has been playing together since 1999, melding elements of Hawaiian, Rock, Folk, Blues, Reggae, and improvisation into a truly unique sound. Bill Kreutzman, drummer for the Grateful Dead and the 7 Walkers, called KANEKOA “The Hawaiian Grateful Dead. “ “The band is amazing,” says Mick Fleetwood (Fleetwood Mac), who also plays uke and travels with one when he’s on tour. James “Hutch” Hutchinson, bassist for Bonnie Raitt, says, “Kanekoa takes the ukulele and uke-related music to another place.” KANEKOA has toured and played festivals in Hawaii, California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, North Dakota, and Colorado. The band’s 2007 CD Under the Coconut Sky is distributed worldwide courtesy of Fontana/ Universal. About Campbell’s Heritage Theatre The Heritage Theatre has long been viewed
as a significant architectural and historical resource for the West Santa Clara Valley. The facility that is now known as the Heritage Theatre was originally built in 1938 as the Campbell Union High School Auditorium with Work Project Administration funds. Campbell Union High School served the community for over 40 years with more than 20,000 students performing on the stage. When the Campbell Union High School District closed the school in 1980, the City and Campbell residents stepped in to save the recreation and open space resources. In 1985, the site’s ownership was turned over to the City of Campbell, and the Campbell Community Center was born. In 1998, the City and a group of committed community volunteers formed the Friends of the Heritage Theatre, a non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of the Theatre. Designed to maintain the historic integrity and architecture of the original building, the Theatre was reopened in 2004 Y 14 Z
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