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Bridal Faire at Gamble Garden. Noon May 15. Gamble Garden, 1431 Waverley St., Palo Alto. No charge. 650-329-1356, ext. 201 or www.gamblegarden.org. EXHIBITIONS. Touching Lives: The Duvenecks of Hidden Villa. Highlights Josephine and Frank Duveneck’s accomplishments, including their gift of Hidden Villa in Los Altos Hills, now a 1600-acre working farm and teaching center. Through June 27. Los Altos History Museum, 51 S. San Antonio Road, Los Altos. Free. www.losaltoshistory.org/duveneck.html.

“Kestrels can see a small mouse on the ground from a mile up in the air,” said Shannon, “They can also dive down at 75 mph.”, She asked the children what a kestrel would use as a knife and fork, The answer: “Its baby girl shoes, girl's crochet slippers, kids slippers, toddler ballet flats, blue slippers for girls, girl's gift feet and talons are its fork, and it uses its beak like a knife to rip and cut food into small pieces, They don’t have teeth like us, so they have to cut their food up small, or they’d choke on it.”, Also part of the show were a tamandua anteater and a serval cat, with detailed descriptions of how each goes about the business of finding other creatures to eat, and a crested porcupine with an explanation of how it avoids being eaten..

Speaking to the San Jose Rotary Club last Wednesday, Duffy said she’s thrilled that the public affairs forum finally has a permanent home of its own. And she was even more thrilled to be in San Jose because it happened to fall on the actual moving day. “I packed all my boxes yesterday,” she said with a smile, “so I’m happy to be here today instead of in the middle of a move.”. STAND UP CONTRIBUTIONS: It was a big week for Michele Huntzinger. The San Jose resident and executive director of StandUp for Kids-Silicon Valley was honored as the winner of the San Francisco Giants’ Isabelle Lemon Community Spirit Award on Tuesday during a pre-game ceremony at AT&T Park. The award recognizes a volunteer who exemplifies the commitment to community service and “can-do” spirit of Lemon, a Giants Community Fund board member and former promotions manager for KNBR.

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“This is a great opportunity for them to raise the level of their potential by being recognized and (given) opportunities to be in the company of excellence.”. The birthday celebration, as the Antioch school called it, was a team effort with Brentwood Rotary members making the pancakes while Sutter teachers served it up. Sutter teacher Jaime Lynch chaired the event, which featured Assemblyman Jim Frazier awarding a Certificate of Recognition. Also in attendance were school board member Diane Gibson-Gray and Mary Rocha and Lori Ogorchock from Antioch City Council.

 

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