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Drivers For Survivors elegant Black and White Ball returns
Drivers For Survivors (DFS) Founder Sherry Higgs and the DFS Board invite the public to attend their fourth annual Black and White Ball, Saturday, April 7 at Castlewood Country Club in Pleasanton. This years fundraiser commemorates five years of serving the community.
Come join us for a festive evening of cocktails, dinner, and dancing. Your presence and contribution send a powerful message of support for our mission, the cancer patients we serve, and their families.
The Newark Saxophone Quartet always provides an elegant atmosphere to the evenings cocktail hour, and a celebratory performance from Julie Bannerton will commemorate our five-year milestone. Guest of honor Toni E. Fogarty, Ph.D., MPH, will be honored as a major contributor and supporter.
High-caliber photography at juried exhibit
The power of photography is extraordinary. By looking at a photograph, we remember incidents that have taken place and been forgotten. The photograph remains the same and never changes, although we are all changing constantly. It helps us to remember the past, observe the present, and maybe even predict the future. In order to see the way the world is viewed by local photographers, the Fremont Cultural Arts Council (FCAC) and the City of Fremont are sponsoring the 24th annual Juried Photography Exhibit
The opening night reception will be held Saturday, March 24; photographs selected by judges will be on display on the second floor of the Fremont Main Library. As FCAC President Margaret Thornberry said, When I spoke about the FCAC to the Niles Rotary Club recently, I included photos of some past winners of our annual Juried Photo Exhibit in the video presentation. I was gratified to hear an almost universal gasp when the photos were first shown? yes, our local photographers work is that good! While we invite everyone to the March 24th evening reception when the winners will be announced, I also invite everyone to take the time to stop by during the month the photos will be on display at the Fremont Main Library to really appreciate these outstanding images, and the stories they tell.
Docents reveal Coyote Hills treasures to kids and adults alike
Coyote Hills is beautiful piece of land on the East Bay Shoreline with much to teach. Every year thousands of school children, as well as adults, come to this East Bay Regional Park to learn about the two most important aspects of this site: its natural history and its role in the lives of the first East Bay inhabitants, the Ohlone.
The docent program at Coyote Hills is the backbone of the parks mission to perpetuate respect for the land and the people who called it home long before Europeans settled in the East Bay. Through activities and talks, volunteer docents lead programs to understand the local ecosystem, and its role in the lives of native peoples.
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