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The public may parking at an offsite parking lot at the Belmont Caltrain Station, 995 El Camino Real, in Belmont where SamTrans buses will pick up participants and transport them to the event location from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Attendees are not allowed to park at the Oracle campus and are also requested to not park at the Nob Hill Foods Market parking lot. No pets are allowed either at the Marine View Park. The Heart Walk is about three miles long although there is a one mile route available, and it is accessible to people who are physically challenged.

The event schedule is, * 10:30 a.m., Shuttle service begins and Heart Healthy Expo opens, * 11:15 a.m., Assigned company photos begin, * 11:40 a.m., Opening ceremonies and warm-up, * Noon, 3 mile Walk begins, * 1 p.m., 1 mile Walk begins, The purpose of the annual Heart Walk is to raise funds for research and initiatives that promote the prevention, treatment and better patient care in the areas of cardiovascular disease, the leading killer in the U.S, The nation’s largest voluntary health organization, the American Heart Association is dedicated to building healthier lives, free of heart disease and stroke, Participants in the Heart new born baby collections- pink ballet shoes and pink mitts set Walk, who raise $100 or more, receive an AHA 2015 Heart Walk t-shirt to commemorate the event..

Survivors of heart disease or strokes will receive a red cap or white cap from the AHA to commemorate their victory. Both will have an opportunity at the survivor tent to share their stories. San Mateo County employees, taking part in the Heart Walk, will be wearing a t-shirt designed by San Bruno resident Melodie Tobin, a tax collector from the San Mateo County Revenue Services Division. She entered the annual Heart Walk T-Shirt Design Contest held in July by the county for its employees. All designs had to include a heart healthy message or theme and contain the following text: San Mateo County Employees, Heart Walk 2015. County Heart Walk team captains selected the top five designs from the 20 entries that were submitted. Then all county employees were given the opportunity to vote and Tobin’s design, which depicts a heart frame with a pair of sneakers in the center and the additional text of “Happy Feet, Happy Heart,” was the winner.

Each county employee who donates $25 to the Heart Walk receives one of the t-shirts that they will be wearing in the Heart Walk, To learn more about the Heart Walk, fundraising goals and benefits, and the status of event in case of severe weather conditions, go to, For nearly 19 years, CWHH has provided hot and hearty meals, food to go, showers, and a safe and welcoming space for its guests, The nonprofit is new born baby collections- pink ballet shoes and pink mitts set a consistent presence for its guests because of the public’s ongoing support..

“Our shelves are empty,” CWHH Director Peter Stiehler wrote in a newsletter. “In all the years we’ve been operating our dining room and shelter, our food and toiletry supplies have never been so low. I’ve been scratching my head wondering, ‘How did we go through our supplies by mid-summer? Usually they last until Thanksgiving.'”. After thinking about it, Stiehler realized that for the past year, CWHH has been serving five days a week at the dining room instead of four days as was done for the past nearly 19 years, which is a 20 percent increase in the number of meals served! It stands to reason that this is what has caused the food and other supplies to dwindle faster.

“As always, we thank everyone for their past support of our work and hope that the public will continue helping CWHH serve those in need in our community,” wrote Stiehler, To donate, call Peter Stiehler at 650-827-0706, Awards were presented to Deepali Kapatkar for her first place pastel, “Beacon”; Evelyn Nitzberg for her second place oil, “Two Keys”; and Arena Shawn new born baby collections- pink ballet shoes and pink mitts set for his third place charcoal, “Waiting for Adelene.” Other artists participating in the show are Teresa Beyer, Patricia Carroll, Joe Crosetti, Catherine Steets Delf, SWA signature member Carrie Drilling, Neil Gresalfi, Sharon Harris, Eva Klinger, Patti Lynch, David McClure, Leona Moriarty, Yvonne Newhouse, Sally Patten, Khalid Rasool, Vicki D, Thomas, Romeo S, Washington, and Henri Jane Williams..

Also at the SWA Fine Art Center from 1 to 3 p.m. Sept. 19, Linda Salter, a former president of Skyline College in San Bruno, will be presenting a free demonstration of a portrait using pastel pencils on sanded paper. An interesting technique, the sanded paper allows you to layer colors so that the colors underneath subtly show through. SWA exhibits are free and open to the public. The art center is open from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. For directions or more information, go to or call Judith Puccini at 650-737-6084.

A reception will be held from 2 to 4 p.m, Oct, 4 for Nagai in conjunction with Asia Week San Francisco Bay Area, The exhibition at PMA features works created since Nagai’s 1999 retrospective show at the Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara, plus two previous enormous canvases, Born in Kyoto, Japan, Ikuko Nagai was trained in traditional Japanese painting taught by master new born baby collections- pink ballet shoes and pink mitts set artists, As a member of the “Imagination” Fine Art Association, she adopted cubism and other Western abstract techniques as a means of self-expression..

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