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By Amy B Wang | The Washington Post. Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) made history Thursday afternoon for being the first Palestinian American woman sworn into Congress. Hours later, she made headlines for simply swearing at a Washington bar. At a reception Thursday night for the progressive group MoveOn.org, Tlaib vowed that the new Democrat-controlled House would be focusing on ousting President Trump from office. “Don’t you ever, ever, let anybody take away your roots, your culture, who you are. Ever,” Tlaib told the crowd in the packed space. “Because when you [hang onto those things], people love you and you win. And when your son looks at you and says, ‘Mama, look. You won. Bullies don’t win.’.

Florence Sister County Commission Medici Ball: Celebrate the commission’s 25th anniversary with the presentation of the Medici Medallion Citizens of the Year awards, May 5, 5:30-11:30 p.m, Doubletree by Hilton San Jose, 2050 Gateway Place, San Jose, $150, 408-299-5115, Angels for Shea Fundraiser: A fundraiser for Shea Shaw, the victim of a hit-and-run accident in Campbell in 2011, This event will feature music by Jungle Rooster, Cold Storage and DJ Eduardo, Also drinks, adult beverages, a gourmet barbecue by Say Grace Catering, a raffle and silent auction, May 6, noon, San Jose Woman’s Club, 75 S, 11th ballerinas dancing, clipart illustration, ballet dancers in pink, ballet recital clipart, commercial use, amb-1050 St., San Jose, 408-294-6919, www.sjwomansclub.org..

The class currently meets on Mondays at 4:30 p.m., and Hays always kicks things off with a unique warmup. The kids face a mirrored wall and work one body part a time, rolling their shoulders, then their hips, then stepping and clapping to the beat of the music. “With the younger classes, for most of them it’s their first time taking hip hop,” Hays said, “so we learn how to hear rhythm in music and loosen up our bodies.”. After the warmup and some stretching, the students usually practice a special move they were introduced to during the previous class. Most recently, they tried to master the acrobatic trick Hays calls “Superman.”.

Adriana Ponce-Matteucci came to Opportunity Junction after her husband, Matt Matteucci, lost his job in the plumbing industry in 2011, The Pittsburg resident had a gap in her job history and lacked technical skills to be competitive, But ballerinas dancing, clipart illustration, ballet dancers in pink, ballet recital clipart, commercial use, amb-1050 she had the all-essential, I-can-do-it attitude, and today, she is the Antioch Office Manager for Rubicon Programs, a Richmond-based provider of housing, mental health, employment and other support services to low-income people, Arriving for an interview, it’s easy to recognize Ponce-Matteucci as an Opportunity Junction graduate: assured handshake, warm-toned greeting, direct gaze, business card, Dig deeper: fingers capable of cranking out 45-words-per-minute on a keyboard, complete knowledge of Microsoft systems and a fiery desire to work hard to achieve a better life..

“It feels good doing for other people,” explains Wexner. Doing for others includes raising funds for other organizations including cycling events for Alameda Meals on Wheels, Relay for Life, the Tahoe Ride to Cure Diabetes and the Waves to Wine ride that benefits MS research. They have also hosted exchange students, coached youth sports teams and worked as Boy Scout and Girl Scout volunteers. They are particularly excited about booking the benefit show of “Reel Blondes,” and they see the community event as another opportunity to raise funds and awareness for the cause. The evening’s show will also feature extra fun such as raffle prizes for massages, haircuts, workouts, two “Selling on eBay” classes offered by Dublin resident Shari Smith, Greek Theatre tickets, Great American Music Hall tickets, wine and more.