The Bay Area Review November 28, 2019

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Volume 1 • Issue 4

November 28, 2019

Rebuilding Together One Project at a Time

A new floor by the volunteers.

Asian Americans for Community Involvement

Rebuilding Together Silicon Valley hosted yet another much needed Rebuilding Day on October 19. Volunteers rallied together to help local facilities as well as a San Jose resident in need. This day, Rebuilding together and their volunteers did work to help three non-profit facitilies. [Continued on Page 7]

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From Our Family To Yours, May your Thanksgiving be peaceful and plentiful. We Thank You for continuing to support The Bay Area Review.

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November 28, 2019

Winter Wonderland

Snow? In Berkley? Take a Snow Day in North Berkeley! Bring your boots and mittens to play in the snow that is predicted to gently fall on Shattuck Avenue between Rose and Vine Streets on Sunday, December 8, 10AM-3PM. Santa drops the snow from his sleigh in the early morning hours as he flies over town. Visit with the Snow Queen who listens to all of your holiday dreams and will give you a special wish to put under your pillow. Ride the live ponies, make free DIY crafts for kids, and shop for one-of-a-kind holiday gifts from local art, craft, and artisan food vendors. Find the ‘ice’ in a snowball - one has a real diamond ring inside! –

donated by M. Lowe & Co. as a benefit for the Berkeley Schools. Warm up with a cup of free hot apple cider and ginger snaps. Nutcracker dancers, merry minstrels, tap dancing Christmas trees, and a balloon twister make the day super fun! This is a free event for children of all ages sponsored by the North Shattuck Association in conjunction with M. Lowe & Co., Safeway, Buy Local Berkeley, 510Families, East Bay Express, Berkeley Community Media, East Bay Loop and Yelp. North Shattuck is just 6 blocks north of the Downtown Berkeley BART station and has festive lights in over 50

trees. Free street parking on Sundays. This event is accessible to persons with disabilities. To request disability accommodations, please call the Disability Services Specialist at 1(510)981-6418 (voice), or 1(510)981-6347(TTY). At least one week’s notice will ensure availability.

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Music For All Jazz on the Plazz , for 2019, offered up a refreshing and delightful array of music for its Summer Series of concerts. The town of Los Gatos throws a party every Summer out in the open to let the music drift through the warm breezes into the night air ...and OH WHAT GREAT MUSIC! A Chet Baker Summer Celebrating West Coast Cool, presented a lineup of accomplished performers to the eager crowds that numbered into, as much as, 2500 attendees each week. “Pretty solid numbers for us, don’t you think?” So Proudly asks Executive Producer, Michael Jacobi who also serves as Jazz Artistic Director, a man who truly enjoys his work to benefit Los Gatos Music & Arts. Each year there a finite number of

reserved VIP seats for purchase and these sell out in a blink. Because those in the know look forward to a line-up of performers with the likes of (Artist in residence) Paula West, who is Michael Jacobi’s “favorite Jazz singer on the planet.” Los Gatos Music & Arts provides opportunities for our community to enjoy and appreciate a full spectrum of fine arts through live performances, exhibitions and educational programs. LGM&A produces outstanding quality, free to-the-public concerts, featuring world-class local and internationally acclaimed musicians. Additionally, LGM&A sponsors youth workshops and provides funding for music and arts programs for people of all ages. Thanks to Gala Sponsor and serious

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Fundraiser, Linda Lester, the evening was a TOTAL SUCCESS ... the Gala Auctions raised over $30,000.

“How grateful we are to our Artists each year and especially to our community of music lovers who support us in so many ways to bring the joy of music to one and all.” - Terri Hope, President & CFO Jonathan Kowles, Chairman of the Board Los Gatos Music & Arts

November 28, 2019

Rebuilding Together One Project at a Time

Helping Hands

[Continued From Page 1] The three nonprofits helped are Asian Americans for Community Involvement (2400 Moorpark Avenue #300, San Jose), The Live Oak Senior Center (111 Church Street, Los Gatos) and NextDoor Solutions to Domestic Violence (234 East Gish Road, Suite 200, San Jose). Volunteers also flocked to the home of a local San Jose Reisdent, E. Jean Herrell. E. Jean is 85 years years old and is originally from Oklahoma. Following her graduation from high school, her mother passed away, beckoning her move westward to Santa Barbara to live with her uncles. There, she worked at the county hospital and eventually married twice, raising a daughter with her first husband. She married her second husband in 1960 during his service in the Air Force, and knew little about his duties as he rarely shared about them with her. Following his discharge in 1967, the couple moved to Vandenberg by the Air Force base, where they adopted their newborn son. Shortly after, the family moved to San Jose in 1968, and into their current home a few years later. The homeowner now lives alone as her husband passed away in 1989, and her son currently lives in Corona working as a minister. When she was able, the

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homeowner spent much of her time volunteering at convalescent homes, hospitals, and Antioch Baptist Church, but today struggles with her routine activities due to the daily pain of a slipped disk in her spine. Without financial need and no family nearby, repairs

and safety modifications would greatly benefit her fundamental day-today life. Our fabulous team of volunteers from CBRE will be cleaning the gutters, Painting the exterior and repairing access doors and Foundation vents.

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November 28, 2019

In The Holiday Spirit

CityTeam and The SJ Earthquakes Come Together to Aid Low Income Families

School holidays and vacations are especially tough for children when their main nutrition comes from the school meal program, often going hungry at night. A family of four with an income of $105K per year is considered “low income� in the most expensive place in the U.S. to live. A full time job at $15 minimum wage nets $31,300. and families working 2-3 jobs still need to choose between being

homeless or having a roof over their heads with no food in the fridge. Single family households are the hardest hit with it being near impossible to afford the most basic needs. CityTeam and the San Jose Earthquakes took the initiative on November 23 at the PALPolice Activities League Stadium in the heart of East San Jose. Toghether, they handed out 1,500 food boxes with turkeys and fresh produce to

hard working families in the Poco Way, Mayfair, Alum Rock, Gramercy, Virginia and La Pala neighborhoods so they may enjoy a hearty and healthy Thanksgiving dinner. About CityTeam: CityTeam is a nonprofit organization serving people experiencing poverty, hunger and homelessness in the Bay Area since 1957. CityTeam has provided life-saving hot meals, fresh groceries, safe shelter, clothing, residential housing programs, learning & career skills, counseling and other essential care 365 days a year for men, women and children who are in desperate need of finding hope that leads to lasting change. For more information, visit www.

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November 28, 2019

UNCF Celebrates 75 Years

The United Negro College Fund (UNCF) Northern California Gala, was held recently in San Francisco, to celebrate 75 years of supporting our nation’s historically black colleges and the 60,000 students who directly benefit from that fund. “My name is Akehnji AchiriMofor, a resident of Laurel, MD, Prince George’s County. I am a junior at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County where I am studying to attain my Bachelor of Science in Information Systems. I am a dedicated student and leader who has demonstrated excellence and perseverance in

multiple sectors, beyond academia. For the past three summers, I have held internship positions as a Business Analyst and an IT/Asset Management intern at Pepco Holdings in Washington, DC and as an IT Governance, Risk and Compliance intern at Symantec in Mountain View, California. Notably, at Symantec, I created a Technology Continuity Plan for key technology services to ensure their continuation when a business disrupting impact occurs. I have grown personally and professionally, from learning how to effectively manage others, to working with executives, to even working cross-nationally, communicating with managers in Pune, India to complete my daily

assigned tasks. I have become a more wellrounded professional due, in part, to these experiences which have helped me grow into the person that I am today, as I work better with diverse people and I know how to work efficiently in a fastpaced environment. In addition, I am a Cohort 2 FUND II Foundation/UNCF STEM Scholar. This program has been a big factor in my success, not just financially, but also emotionally and academically by providing top math tutors, which have helped me excel. Seeing the impact on others and myself, I realized how I could also help and became a mentor. I have served as a mentor of Cohort 3 and 4 of the program and now serve as a mentor of the HBCU Innovation Summit, where I’ve helped with logistics and execution of programs during the conference. With much gratitude and appreciation, I want

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Making A Difference

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to wholeheartedly thank UNCF and FUND II Foundation. A big special shoutout to Lu, Paige, Courtney, Candace, and team, Ms. Linda Wilson,

and most importantly, CEOs Dr. Michael Lomax and Mr. Robert Smith, for making all of this possible. Enjoy the rest of your evening.”

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49ers, One Love Foundation and YouthHype on Relationships

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The 49ers partnered with One Love Foundation and YouthHype to provide local students a workshop on healthy relationships. The event opened with a brief panel with the players, followed by an

engaging discussions about how to play an active role in making relationships more positive – both romantic and friendship. 49ers players, students, YouthHype educators, One Love ambassadors

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Get Some Doggone Good Wine at Silicon Valley Pet Project’s Holiday “Yappy Hour” and Help Save Lives Silicon Valley Pet Project (SVPP) and Mutt Lynch Winery are hosting a fun and festive Holiday Yappy Hour on Sunday, December 8, 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Wine tasting, along with holiday shopping, snacking and socializing with fellow animal lovers will take place at SVPP’s Pup Plaza location in Cambrian Park Plaza Shopping Center, 14408 Union Ave., San Jose. Funds raised at the event will help SVPP continue it’s life-saving work of rescue, care, foster, and adoption of homeless pets. “We are inviting the community to celebrate the holiday season and the love we have for our pets,” said Melissa

Lisbon, SVPP President. “We are very grateful to be partnering with Mutt Lynch on our first Yappy Hour with them.” Mutt Lynch Winery, based in Sonoma, has been supporting animal rescues — local, national and international — since its inception in 1995. SVPP is participating in the winery’s “Wines That Give Back” program, an initiative owners Brenda and Chris Lynch launched in 2017. A custom label is created for an animal rescue and used on a Mutt Lynch release. The owners donate 25% of wine sale proceeds back to the rescue group. SVPP’s wine is an elegant 2017 North Coast Chardonnay which is for sale at the

winery and on the Mutt Lynch website, and will be available for purchase at the Holiday Yappy Hour event. The event fee includes a beautifully etched wine glass and a full tasting flight of Mutt Lynch wines. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. For more information and tickets, go to The Holiday Yappy Hour is a dog-friendly event (on leash, please).

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The Holiday Season is here and so is Holiday Stress. With the season, comes many things, some troublesome and others bring pure delight. All of which can affect both young and older individuals. Yet there are those who seem to take it in stride. Why, what makes them so different and able to find enjoyment in this time of year - while so many others seem to crumble under the weight of perceived expectations. Well, it would seem to be something very simple and - thereby- available to us all year long -live in the moment. But especially important during the Holiday season, so not to be swept up in the feelings of “life is

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1. Finances 2. Family and/or Holiday Gatherings There is a definite anxiety surrounding Holiday Financial expectations. These can range from those expectations we take on personally or those imposed by society. From those who decide, “I have to find extra work to ensure that I can give everyone ‘the perfect gift,’ to those who feel “If I don’t have the house totally decked out, I have failed at my Holiday preparation, organization and possible hosting

duties. Even kids are prone to Holiday stress of expectation with their desire to have the right toys/clothing to showoff to their peers. They may not be wage earners but kids are aware of how financial pressures have an impact on family relationships. During the Holidays we are expected to display a powerful level of Financial Excess and our kids are not immune to this. Certainly, family and Holiday gatherings come with a measure of stress related to expectations based in deep seated feelings of acceptance vs. judgement. When we return home for the Holidays we are often subject to being confronted with fulfilling a role; we no longer identify with. And yet we are expected for the sake of family harmony to fall right into a once familiar role with those former relationships - in tact. So to combat Holiday Stress based in expectations -

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