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• The Palo Alto City Council will evaluate progress on priorities for 2016 and set new goals for the upcoming year at an annual “retreat” on Saturday. The council will meet from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Mitchell Park Community Center, 3700 Middlefield Road. Public participation is encouraged. The council focused its decision making on advancing the follow topics last year: The Built Environment: Housing, Parking, and Mobility; Infrastructure; Healthy City, Healthy Community; and Completion of the Comprehensive Plan.

• Mountain View Vice Mayor Lenny Siegel is to present a meeting on Monday, Jan, 30, at 6:30 p.m, about “Airplane Noise Over Mountain View.” A press release noted that airplane noise has already increased “significantly” in Sunnyvale, Mountain View, South Palo Alto and Cupertino, and that the FAA is considering changes that could make it worse, The meeting Monday is to present information about air traffic and what the community might do about it, The meeting is to take place in Mountain View City Hall at 500 white lace baby shoes with mint green flower - baby flower girl baby shoes - baby dress christmas shoes - baby ballet slippers Castro St., in the Plaze Conference Room on the second floor..

• The Silicon Valley Water Conservation Awards Coalition is seeking applications and nominations for businesses, organizations, agencies and individuals that have excelled in water use efficiency. Applications and nominations are due Feb. 3 and more information is available at www.waterawards.org. The Awards Ceremony will be held on World Water Day, March 22. • Palo Alto Mayor Greg Scharff will deliver the annual State of the City address at 7 p.m. Feb. 8 at Hana Haus, 456 University Ave. in downtown Palo Alto. The Palo Alto City Council elected Scharff as mayor and Councilwomen Liz Kniss as vice mayor for 2017 during its first council meeting of the year on Jan. 3.

• The Palo Alto Chinese Community welcomes the public to celebrate white lace baby shoes with mint green flower - baby flower girl baby shoes - baby dress christmas shoes - baby ballet slippers the Lunar New Year with a fair on Feb, 12, The group will honor the holiday, which is observed Saturday, as part of the second annual Chinese New Year Fair, The event is from 2 to 5 p.m, at the Mitchell Park Community Center, 3700 Middlefield Road, Organizer Debra Cen, a co-founder of the Palo Alto Chinese Parents’ Club, said the theme for the fair is “Make a Friend of a Different Culture” and there will be activities to encourage cross-culture friendship making, The free event features performances of Chinese folk music, instruments and dances by Palo Alto students as well as Chinese brush painting and calligraphy, Mahjong, dumpling making, fung shui, board games and crafts, Proceeds from food sold at the event will benefit Palo Alto schools, The city of Palo Alto and the Palo Alto Council of PTAs are co-sponsors, For more information, email Hannah Lu at hannahlu00@gmail.com or Sheena Chin at sheenachin@gmail.com..

• Ever have the desire to dissect an owl pellet? On Feb. 4, from noon till 4 p.m., you’ll get your chance, as the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA invites the public to tour its Wildlife Care Center, a state-of-the-art facility inside and on the roof of its Center for Compassion at 1450 Rollins Road, Burlingame. Visitors will learn about the wild animals cared for at the facility, and why they need human intervention. The free event will include crafts, a raffle, and activities including dissecting owl pellets and cleaning glue and oil from feathers. Donations of mealworms, raw unsalted peanuts, dove seed, unsalted creamy peanut butter and spray millet are welcome.PHS/SPCA is able to hold this event in February because of the usual seasonal decline in incoming animals. Many of the 4,000 sick, injured and orphaned wildlife patients arrive spring through late summer and include seabirds, hawks, owls, ducklings and mammals. Care is made possible by donations and dozens of volunteers assisting highly-trained staff. At peak times, staff and volunteers attend to more than 350 wild animals. For more information, call Lead Wildlife Technician Ashley Damm at 650-340-7022, ext. 456, or email adamm@phs-spca.org.

QUOTE OF THE WEEK, • “I was working full time and I knew that Michelle had done it, too, in Chicago, I was inspired to see someone who had done the juggle and had done it so white lace baby shoes with mint green flower - baby flower girl baby shoes - baby dress christmas shoes - baby ballet slippers successfully, She seemed able somehow to take care of herself and her children and her marriage, And that’s very powerful and meaningful to working women of all kinds.”, ACHIEVEMENTS, • Ronald McDonald House at Stanford named six new members to its board of directors: Eileen Bocci Campbell, owner, Traditionally Derby; Brad Lyman, executive vice president, Cornish & Carey Commercial; Chrisophe Mosby, associate general counsel, Hewlett-Packard; Rich Namerow, managing partner, Huron Healthcare; Dr, David Rosenthal, director, Pediatric Heart Failure Program, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital; and Sean Truesdale, co-founder, Truebeck Construction..

CHEERS / GOOD LUCK. • As part of Redwood City’s ongoing celebration of its 150th year, people who work, live and play in the city are invited to take part in the “Redwood City Through Your Lens” photo contest. Participants can enter as many as 10 photos a month taken anywhere in Redwood City for the contest through Dec. 17 at 11:59 p.m. Contestants must use #ThroughMyLens, tag the City of Redwood City in photos on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, and follow the official City of Redwood City account on the social media through which they submit. The photos must be made are public so they can be received by the contest organizer. Visit http://bit.ly/rwc_photocontest for how to enter and the official rules. Ten winners will be selected at the end of 2017 who will receive prizes, be recognized online and in person at an early 2018 City Council meeting, and their photo will be displayed at City Hall for 150 days in the beginning of 2018. Prizes to include restaurant certificates, theater tickets, gift certificates and more. Businesses interested in donating prizes can email akenyon@redwoodcity.org. Businesses that donate will be recognized online.

SCHOOL NEWS, • The Redwood City Public Library announced on Monday that it is offering fine-free cards to teachers, The program joins other efforts of the library to support educators, such as librarian visits, library tours, online curriculum support databases, and more.Teachers, home-school educators, preschool or child-care providers who live in Redwood City or North Fair Oaks are eligible for a teacher card, as are teachers who work in Redwood City School District, Sequoia Union High School District, Cañada College or private schools in Redwood City or North Fair Oaks, Benefits of the teacher card include no daily overdue fines and no renewal fines on Redwood City Public Library materials for classroom use, Fees associated white lace baby shoes with mint green flower - baby flower girl baby shoes - baby dress christmas shoes - baby ballet slippers with unreturned or damaged items will still be charged, In July, the Peninsula Library System eliminated daily overdue fines on children’s and teens’ library cards, another step forward in improving library access for the children of Redwood City, Teachers may sign up for a teacher card by downloading the application at http://bit.ly/rwcteacherscard..

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