10 Ballet Shoes Charms- 21x13 Mm - Antique Tibetan Silver Tone- Double Sided Charm- Ballet Theme Ref. 482 - Online

You will receive 10 ballet shoes charms suitable for all kinds of craft projects, scrapbooking or jewellery makingSize: 21x13mmColour: antique Tibetan silver toneType: double sidedMaterial: alloy metal - lead and nickelfree

Tickets purchased in advance are discounted. Tickets will also be sold at the door. Preferred seating is $30 in advance and $35 at the door; general admission is $27/$30; senior (65 and older) is $25/$30; and student is $16/$20. For advance tickets, go to www.vivalamusica.org or call 650-346-5084. Viva la Musica’s mission is “to provide enriching artistic experiences by inspiring, educating, and entertaining with quality performances of noteworthy music from diverse cultures and eras,” said Shulamit Hoffmann, Viva la Musica founder and artistic director, in a publicity release.

For more information, go to www.vivalamusica.org, email music@vivalamusica.org or call 650-346-5084, The event was attended by 110 people including local employers, legislators, and 10 ballet shoes charms- 21x13 mm - antique tibetan silver tone- double sided charm- ballet theme ref. 482 Phase2Careers clients and supporters, Six Bay Area employers received awards for their excellence in working with the “Over 40” worker, * Franklin Templeton Investments, * Kaiser Permanente of Redwood City and South San Francisco, * New York Life of the San Francisco Bay Area, * On Lok Lifeways, * San Mateo Credit Union..

* Synergy Homecare of San Mateo Assemblyman Kevin Mullin was the master of ceremonies, and keynote speaker Paul Freiberger, bestselling author of “Fire in the Valley,” spoke on “Gig is Up: Surviving the Uberization of Everything.” “Since 2010, Phase2Careers’ mission has been to assist the “Over 40″ worker through career and job search workshops; employer forums, mixers, and job fairs; mock interviews; career assessment; and small business workshops,” wrote Ron Visconti, Phase2Careers executive director, in a press release.

For more information about Phase2Careers, go to www.phase2careers.org, “About 280 people attended the event, which showcased buffet-style samples of food, beverages, and desserts from 44 local food purveyors,” said chamber CEO Maria Martinucci, First National Bank 10 ballet shoes charms- 21x13 mm - antique tibetan silver tone- double sided charm- ballet theme ref. 482 of Northern California, Genentech, Kaiser Permanente, and South San Francisco Scavenger Company were the Chairman Circle sponsors, “Thank you to all who donated raffle prizes,” Martinucci said, Originally called “Gourmet Buffet,” the first Taste was started in 1986 by then Chamber board members Kathy Beeson of Grosvenor/Holiday Inn, Kathy Aronson of Liberty Bank, Chris Ercoli of Leaning Tower Restaurant, and Jim Metz of Computer Business & Printing, to showcase members who were food providers in the community..

Today, Metz, aka “Mr. Taste of South San Francisco and now with Advanced Business Forms,” still chairs this important Chamber fundraiser. A chamber member since 1978, he has served on its board since 1981, and was the 2001 winner of the Chamber’s Lifetime Achievement Award. In celebration, the class prepared a delightful five-course dinner Saturday night for about 50 people, primarily parents and siblings, in the Caroline Shea Center at Taylor Middle School in the Millbrae School District.

During the evening, each student gave a testimonial regarding the class, “I love cooking because I always cook with my dad and it 10 ballet shoes charms- 21x13 mm - antique tibetan silver tone- double sided charm- ballet theme ref. 482 is a good bonding time with my dad,” said San Bruno resident Aidan Walker, an 11-year-old 6th grade student at Taylor Middle School and a two-year member of the Mid-Peninsula Boys and Girls Club, Aidan’s parents, Kelly and Richard Walker, and his 14-year-old brother, Liam, an 8th grader also at Taylor Middle School, and also this columnist, thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to taste the delicious food prepared and served by Aidan and his classmates..

“This class is a great way to introduce the culinary world to local middle school-age children,” said Erin Primer, Millbrae School District food services supervisor and class instructor. “We teach kitchen skills from cleaning to proper knife handling and put to practice learned skills to create dishes from entrees and appetizers to soups and desserts.” The course prepares students to cook a family-style meal for their family and friends as a celebration at the end of the class and to showcase what they have learned. The group also takes a field trip to a local aquaponic farm to learn about where our food comes from and alternative agriculture.

Mid-Peninsula Boys and Girls Club Program Director Nate Ortiz, who is committed to bringing a modern, engaging program to the students, collaborated with the school district to create this new program, The class was so successful that another 10-week class is scheduled for Feb, 17 to April 27 (no class on March 30 due to spring break), “Participants must be registered with the Mid-Peninsula Boys and 10 ballet shoes charms- 21x13 mm - antique tibetan silver tone- double sided charm- ballet theme ref. 482 Girls Club,” said Primer, “Sign up online at http://midpenbgc.org/join-info/ or print the application, The spring class will teach culinary skills and will end with a kids’ cooking contest on April 27.”..

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