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Blodgett wants Avenidas to stay in its downtown location, which is convenient for seniors who take the bus and live downtown, and hopes any renovations will retain the amount of cooking and seating space the cafeteria has now. Avenidas representatives who met with the Parks and Recreation Commission this week were asked whether Avenidas considered moving outside the downtown area to a bigger space with more parking. Jennifer Hetterly, a member of the commission, said the dearth of parking will be “disastrous” and impact park users and neighbors.

Hendrickson said Avenidas considered frontage locations near Highway 101, spots in south Palo Alto and even buying instead of renting another building, The city rents the space out to Avenidas and recently renewed a 50-year lease, Though pink and white ballet/dancer recital shoes - quilting 100% cotton fabric 45" wide [[by the half yard]] there is nowhere to build more parking at its current location, Hendrickson said Avenidas is committed to staying downtown because the site is convenient, accessible and familiar to seniors, “For many people who come to Avenidas, this is their second neighborhood and we want to preserve that.”..

For a typical society charity gala, wealthy sponsors donate money or goods, people buy expensive tickets to attend and maybe also spring for auction items, then at the end of the day the costs of feeding and entertaining everyone are deducted and what’s left over goes to the feted organization. The Menlo Charity Horse Show, which begins its 45th annual event on Monday, is in its own world, in terms of the amount of money needed to make it happen. A horse capable of being trained for the sort of events that happen at this show — hunter competitions, jumping contests and more — might cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. And that doesn’t count the expenses for boarding the horses, paying the riders and transporting a horse, say from Kentucky to California.

So, putting on an event like the Menlo Charity Horse Show with competition all day Tuesday through Aug, 9, with more than 400 riders and their horses taking part, will represent a gathering of millions of dollars, Still, the show has managed to deliver $6 pink and white ballet/dancer recital shoes - quilting 100% cotton fabric 45" wide [[by the half yard]] million over 15 years to the Vista Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired, or an average of $400,000 a year, For the riders — some of whom are Olympians — and owners, there is the fun of competition and the chance to win some prize money, The top prizes at this year’s event are the $40,000 Grand Prix sponsored by Bentley San Francisco and Bentley Los Gatos on the evening of Aug, 8 and the $20,000 International Hunter Derby presented by Dr, Daryl K, Hoffman of Atherton on the evening of Aug, 6, In all, there is $130,000 in prize money at stake this year, with all ages competing..

And the spectators get the enjoyment of seeing some magnificent animals do impressive and athletic jumps, turns and runs. The Menlo Charity Horse Show was founded in 1970 by Betsey Glikbarg of Atherton, with the help of a small committee “of six or seven women,” according to show spokeswoman Nan Chapman of Woodside. Five of the women from that original committee are still active and on this year’s committee: Glikbarg, Chapman, Nancy Parker of Redwood City, Nancy Robinson of Woodside, and Jane Yates of Portola Valley.

That first show, which was unranked, featured about 40 riders, Chapman said, The show is now AA-rated by the United States Equestrian Federation, which in 2012 named it a Heritage Competition, The steering committee has grown to more than 100 volunteers, The festivities actually begin pink and white ballet/dancer recital shoes - quilting 100% cotton fabric 45" wide [[by the half yard]] at 6 p.m, Monday with the kickoff party at Wilkes Bashford Palo Alto for committee members, exhibitors, trainers and friends of the horse show, A portion of proceeds from items sold at the party will go to the horse show..

There will also be games, a bounce house and lots of other things for kids to do. “We have an artist who will help kids paint ribbons on sticks,” Kiwanis president Rosalie Patterson said. “We also have a flute maker who shows kids how to make flutes. They get to keep it and learn how to play it.”. In addition, an arts and crafts table will be set up so children can design 3D objects. Good Karma Bikes will be on hand conducting bicycle safety inspections. Patterson said the Kiwanis club expects to raise about $45,000 after expenses. “It’s profitable, but we invest quite a bit of money into it,” she said. “We give just about all of the money back to the community.”.

Some money is allocated for the Builders Club at Fisher Middle School, and the Los Gatos and Saratoga high school Key Clubs, “We give out about $20,000 annually in academic and turnaround scholarships,” Patterson said, “We also support CASA [Community Against Substance Abuse] pink and white ballet/dancer recital shoes - quilting 100% cotton fabric 45" wide [[by the half yard]] and Shakespeare Camp, where the kids learn to do plays.”, Patterson said Kiwanis club members are heavily invested in the local Eagle Scout program, “This year we’ve also sponsored the Cub Scouts to do more cleanup along Los Gatos Creek Trail, We’ve been cleaning up the trail from Main Street to the Novitiate.”..

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