Seen offering congratulations, sipping champagne and sampling tasty appetizers were Dragon Productions board members Armen Vidian, Dave Sikula, Janette Herceg, Greg Deckrow, Kimberly Wadycki and Barbara Schonborn, along with Eva Chiu and Antonio Lao of Clad Architects, who designed the theater, and contractor Louis Paycheck, with European Enterprises. It was excellent teamwork: construction started in August and Dragon Productions started moving in during December. Board member Vidian saluted the debut, saying, “Meredith brings high quality productions to the Mid-Peninsula, which is critically important.”.
The Eugene O’Neill Foundation, Tao House 19th annual festival: All My Sons, Aug, 31-Sept, 16, Village Theatre, 233 Front St., Danville, Role Players Ensemble, The disappearance of a son during WWII has left the Keller family divided and holding secrets from each other, $25-$35, Hughie, Sept, 21-30, Old Barn, Tao House, 1000 Kuss ballet shoes film Road, Danville, In the darkest hours of the night, two lonely souls grapple to make sense of their lives, their relationship and their responsibilities to each other, $40, www.villagetheatreshows.com/..
Patania-Young said he received plenty of help from fellow Troop 450 members and adults, with funds donated by Brereton Architects Inc. of San Francisco. This isn’t the first time the sophomore has helped at this ranch. He pitched in with a car wash a couple years ago and was impressed with their work. When it came time to pick an Eagle Scout project, the ranch was first on his list. A nonprofit organization that works with special needs children, Zia Ranch practices therapeutic horsemanship. According to its website, it uses “horses and equine-assisted activities in order to achieve goals that enhance physical, emotional, social, cognitive, behavior and educational skills for people who have disabilities.”.
The federal agency said it would release $100 million appropriated by Congress this year, and commit the rest in future Congressional appropriations, The remaining two-thirds of the project funding will come from state and local budgets, The news took San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo by surprise. “I did not predict this,” he said in an interview Monday, “I’m thrilled to witness the triumph of sound policy over senseless politics, There’s not a project in the ballet shoes film United States that’s more shovel-ready than this one.”..
Since the first comics were published last summer on Maalvika’s personal website, Breadsters has followers from all around the Cupertino Union and Fremont Union High school districts, as well as fans from as afar as India, Turkey, New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom. She has drawn more than two dozen comics so far. Each strip takes about three to four hours to complete. Ideas for comics come from everyday school life, conversations with friends and interactions with parents. “Getting the ideas is the hardest part,” Maalvika says. “But when I do get one, I store them in my brain and when I get home, I quickly jot it down.”.