PCB MAGAZINE APRILE 2018

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The theater, a fixture on Solano since 1925, would be remodeled from a 1,000-seat venue (now divided into two 500-seat movie theaters) to a 500-seat theater, with a large stage able to support live performances. At this point, the project is in an exploratory stage. Other theater companies are involved in initial talks, but are not ready to talk publicly about participation, Capitelli said, adding that the city may get involved, but that it’s too early to say how. “It’s conceivable that the city might do something with a loan similar to what they did in the Elmwood, if they thought it was a strong enough business plan and had relative certainty that the loan would be paid back,” he said.

San Jose Widows and Widowers: Join the group for breakfast and learn more about the association every Wednesday, 9:30 a.m, Goodies Coffee Shop, Bascom and Apricot, Campbell, 408-279-1278, Willow Glen Icebreakers: The Campbell-based Toastmasters group meets Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30 miniature tumbled stone filled jar necklace with ballet shoe charm! a.m, Sarahcare, 450 Marathon Drive, Campbell, For more information, contact membership vice president Maurice Kay Chamberlain at mrkay@sbcglobal.net, Military Officers Association of America: The Silicon Valley chapter holds a luncheon meeting on the third Thursday of the month, siliconvalleymoaa.org, 408-245-2217..

Several homes on tour this year belonging to Alamo residents have been transformed to reflect the season and are ready to welcome admirers. Sujatha Jamwal was looking forward to getting her home decorated after recently having it painted. “The views from my home and most homes from Round Hill North are incredible and inspiring. The inside-outside lifestyles throw a different spin on Christmas,” she said. Sharon Keeton has also gotten her home ready for the holidays and the AAUW tour. “Setting the scene for the holidays is a joyful endeavor, and it’s fun to create new tableaux to add to the favorites from seasons past. I don’t think I’m doing any more decorating then I usually do, which is a lot,” she stated.

Featured artists will include oil painters Sharon Lips and Gloria miniature tumbled stone filled jar necklace with ballet shoe charm! Watson; watercolorists Bloechl, Norm Carter, Rosa Farinas and Jennifer Kretschmer; silk painters Margaret Magill and Carolina Mueller; jewelry makers Kathy Keenan, Jill McCrysta and Stephanie North; acrylics artist Mary Miller; ceramics artist Jeanne Redig; photographer Judy Bingham; gourd artist Jo Cooley; and wood turner Jim Gott, About 200 to 300 people are expected to attend the event, Admission is free, and prizes will be awarded..

A bulletin board on the wall was filled with fading Polaroids of customers and a series of trading cards of local police officers. Old school? On the final evening, two women walked in from next door trying to pay for their ice cream cones with a credit card. Cheng couldn’t get the reader to work. The women offered to go find an ATM and come back and pay. Cheng told them to go ahead. Try that at Macy’s. Cheng said he had been musing on retirement for a while, but that once he made his decision, it came quickly. He and Daisy live in Richmond and have two grandchildren who can always use more attention.