Executive Board meeting on the second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m., 555 Buel Avenue. Hall 355-4346. Meets the first Thursday of the month 3 p.m., American Legion Hall, 555 Buel. New members welcome. 359-5595 or 359-2982. Meets second and fourth Tuesdays of the month at 7 p.m., 776 Bradford Way. 355-1540. Meets on the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 7 p.m., 776 Bradford Way. Meets first Thursday of the month 7:30 p.m., Legion Hall, 555 Buel Ave. New members welcome. Meets third Thursday of the month. Dinner 6:30 p.m. New members welcome. Open to all honorably discharged military veterans. General membership meeting 7:30 p.m., 555 Buel Ave. Hall 355-4346.
Q Your mom was a teacher, Did she ever worry about you getting into a field that is so fickle as acting? Did she want you to have a backup career?, A I don’t remember, I am in the process of writing a lot of personal stories down, So that is something I will ask my mother for this memoir, I know that ballet birthday invitation | any birthday | dance birthday chalkboard photo invite | printable or printed | personal use only | I caught the (acting) bug from her, When she wasn’t working, she was in community theater, and also ended up going back to school for theater and dance, She was always very encouraging, I don’t remember her ever saying “Maybe you should have a backup plan.” Maybe she saw I was talented enough, and I wouldn’t need one, I knew this is what I was going to be doing for the rest of my life, I got lucky, I suppose..
Reichardt took pre-nursing courses and got good grades. But she applied five times, unsuccessfully, to the CSUSB program. “Those were inappropriate denials based on her disability,” said Greenwood, who advised her to leave that school for Riverside Community College. RCC is where Reichardt’s nursing career took off. “Life threw her a curve,” said Jan Reichardt. “What a blessing, watching what God has done in her life. Kimberly will keep fighting through.”. Still, she had to master three skills that proved to be difficult for someone with malformed hands: inserting IVs, drawing blood and sterile gloving. Registered nurse Tammy Lowe began working with her to develop those skills.
Jeff and Misty tumbled into a legal hole so dark and mysterious it was as if the earth had swallowed them, Police charged the couple with robbing Jack, but they were never indicted, They spent more than a year under house arrest in a cramped, cluttered apartment with three children and no trial date, ballet birthday invitation | any birthday | dance birthday chalkboard photo invite | printable or printed | personal use only | “It’s Hell,” Misty says, “Even people in jail get, like, an hour out a day just to get some exercise, be outside in the sun, We don’t, We’re in Hell.”, Brenda felt bad for Jack, People were making fun of him, An anonymous caller to the local paper’s vent-line joked that Jack must have been in the Pink Pony trying to save souls, When Jack declined to give the city of Nitro, W.Va., $10,000 to make its water park handicapped-accessible, people sniped that Jack was more interested in strippers than in disabled children..
In San Ramon, the new Christmas tradition is the city’s community theater production of the “Happy Holidays Musical Revue,” written by Lisa Barber and Terry Cunningham. In it, Tony and Bernadette Natale throw their annual Christmas party, and just about the whole town turns out to celebrate the season and share some of their talent with the crowd. The show opens Friday in the Front Row Theatre, 17011 Bollinger Canyon Road in San Ramon. It plays Fridays through Sundays at various times through Dec. 22. Tickets, at $11-$16, may be reserved at 925-973-3343 or www.SanRamonPerfomringArts.com.
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