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This year, thanks to the outpouring of love and concern by so many people, SVdP Our Lady of the Pillar was able to provide one set of new clothing for each child, three to four toys for young children, and gift cards for teenagers. “The donations from over the hill were most generous but the response from our local community blew us away,” said Clarkin. “We had three guys in their 20s come by with two truckloads of toys. They had gone out themselves to purchase all of the gifts because they didn’t want to see their local kids going without toys at Christmas. They were shocked that something like this could happen in their hometown and wanted to do something to correct it. Very impressive!” Other examples of donors and their donations were.

* Toys R’ Us, gift cards, * A mother and daughter from Sunnyvale, arms loaded with toys, * A woodwork black vintage used, distressed pointe shoes, balerina shoes, ballet shoes, shabby chic, brocante, boudoir style, french chic, gu and cabinetry shop in Fremont that collected a truckload of toys at their Christmas party, * A Menlo Park High school service club that gave toys, * A Half Moon Bay High School soccer team that brought large bags of toys and then spent all day wrapping more than 500 donated gifts, * Safeway, gift cards, Many more generous donors also responded with donations of toys or money to help purchase gifts..

Working year-round, St. Vincent de Paul Our Lady of the Pillar provides food, clothing and basic survival assistance to 3,000 vulnerable residents of Half Moon Bay and other Coastside communities. Many of the Safeway gift cards donated in the last few days before Christmas will be distributed at SVdP’s food pantry in the coming months. Last year, SVdP Our Lady of the Pillar Conference gave bags of groceries to nearly 500 individuals at Christmas. “A huge thank you to all who gave donations,” added Clarkin. “Particularly because there is such a need on the coast — it’s wonderful to know that so many people love these kids.”.

As a gift to the community, all but one show was performed free of charge to offer professional caliber musical theatre performances to the community and to also provide opportunities for donations of new toys and nonperishable food items for distribution to the less fortunate of our community, “This year, more donations were collected than ever before,” announced Director Mike Elkins in a press release, “‘The Gift’ will certainly be back for a 31st year in 2016!” To honor the 30th anniversary of black vintage used, distressed pointe shoes, balerina shoes, ballet shoes, shabby chic, brocante, boudoir style, french chic, gu “The Gift,” Gov, Jerry Brown recently issued a commemorative letter, U.S, Rep, Jackie Speier and state Sen, Jerry Hill presented certificates of recognition, San Mateo County Board of Supervisors issued a proclamation, and the City of Belmont proclaimed December 2015 “A Christmas Carol Month.”..

Just as the San Francisco museum’s hands-on experiments connect thousands of mind-bending science-y dots, Oakland author Kara Platoni melds complex concepts of biotech and human sensory enhancement in her new book, “We Have the Technology.” Subtitled “How Biohackers, Foodies, Physicians and Scientists are Transforming Human Perception, One Sense at a Time,” it shows us just how far modern technology has come — and how wild and crazy it’s going to get. In more than 100 interviews during a year off from teaching at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, Platoni hung out in labs where chemists work to discover new tastes, interviewed medical researchers developing mind-controlled robotic limbs, tested virtual reality helmets used for treating post-traumatic stress disorder and tagged along to Radio Shack with basement biohack tinkerers — guys who implant electronic devices in their own bodies for enhanced sensory capabilities, sci-fi/superhero-style.

Why? Because they can, “Humans are amazingly curious creatures, We’ve been doing this kind of thing for millennia, starting black vintage used, distressed pointe shoes, balerina shoes, ballet shoes, shabby chic, brocante, boudoir style, french chic, gu with fire and the spear, augmenting our ability to be more than just a naked ape,” says Platoni, a former science and tech reporter for the East Bay Express and other science publications, “Now, it’s just more subtle,” she says, “We’re more intimately shaping how we experience the world around us — basically, how we perceive, and maybe manipulate, reality.” She cites wearable and virtual technology as a kind of middle ground right now, and “a lot of people are taking it beyond that, It’s all part of this continuum of humans wanting to be more.”..

And this isn’t some far-off Star Trek tech for geeks only. It is already happening when, for example, we strap mini computers and sensors to our wrists in the form of Apple watches and Fitbits to access an infinite realm of instant data, and monitor and optimize bodily functions. But in the world of biohacking, it’s not about just using tech, but embracing it — sometimes in your own body. The book opens and closes with the guys of Grindhouse Wetware, a biohack collective based in Pennsylvania. They see technology as an opportunity to reach beyond our standard-equipment biological limits, and they are living quite literally on the cutting edge of cyber science.

“Their basic gambit is something like this: Open up your flesh, install a device and see if it can talk to your nervous system,” Platoni writes in the book, “If it can, you’ve broadened your sensory world without waiting for slow, clunky evolution to do it for you.”, Platoni displays photos on her laptop of a credit-card black vintage used, distressed pointe shoes, balerina shoes, ballet shoes, shabby chic, brocante, boudoir style, french chic, gu sized device glowing under the skin of one biohacker’s forearm, It’s a thermal sensor, Next, they plan to embed an electronic compass, “Their thing is that other life forms on Earth have all these extra senses — sharks can sense electricity, snakes can see in infrared,” she says, “Why can’t humans do that, too?”..

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