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City Arts of San Mateo is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating, connecting and celebrating the arts in San Mateo. Call 650-522-7522, extension 2787, or go to www.cityartsofsanmateo.org. Nepote taught at the California College of Arts and Crafts (now the California College of the Arts), serving as dean from 1945 to 1950, and later held the same position at San Francisco State College (now University), which he served from 1950 to 1977. Six years ago Nepote, was featured along with five other San Mateo County artists in the “Local Legends” exhibit at the museum. This new exhibit features works by Nepote from the collections of Angela Kraft Cross, Darius Kraft and Peter Kraft, children of Nepote collectors Robby Lee Kraft, who passed away a few years ago, and her husband Dr. Robert Kraft.

Thank you — you are special — we honor you, We’ll always have your back.” The following awards were presented, • Area Wide Police Valor and also Police Valor: Redwood City Officer Ted Henson, • Police Valor: Daly City Officers Matthew Fox, Daniel Hazelton, and Bruce Perdomo; Palo Alto Agent John Alaniz and Officers Chris Correia and Brad Young; San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Sheriffs Edgar Manilla and Michael Seidler, and Sergeant Saul Lopez; San Mateo County Sheriff’s Millbrae Bureau Deputy Sheriff Stephen in the hoop stocking with cuff and ballet motif ith O’Malley; San Mateo Traffic Officer Brendan Boyle and Officers Chris Lewis, Antonio Montojo, and Scott Valencia..

And so Poz-Molesky, while attending Fordham University, formed the group Juntos, a dance collective of students from Julliard and other New York schools that made two trips to Mexico and one to Guatemala, reaching out to all ages. These students performed in orphanages and retirement homes, held children’s workshops, and danced before a crowd of 900. They were so well received that Poz-Molesky has more international dance plans for next year. She left Fordham University and the renowned Alvin Ailey dance program in May with a Fine Arts degree. She’s waitressing at two Berkeley restaurants while figuring out her future, which will combine dance and community involvement.

“For $15,000, I should be able to take a video, an object of my choosing, or at least a bath,” she wrote, “For 15 grand I should be allowed to ride Big Thunder Mountain Railroad with a FastPass, but also into the wee hours of the night, For that much coin I should get a piggyback ride around Fantasyland on Goofy’s shoulders and arise by Mickey gently singing ‘Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go’ in in the hoop stocking with cuff and ballet motif ith the morning.”, Looking back months later, though, Wisel remembered it fondly, “I almost can’t see it again, because it was so perfect,” Wisel said, “Seeing it twice, it would lose some of its magic.”..

Cost of the musical is $13.50 general admission, $10.50 for seniors, $8.50 for youths, $5.50 for children. For more information, go to http://libertyunion.scoolwires.net/playmakers. Art4Schools exhibit set at Lynn House Gallery. ANTIOCH — The Arts & Cultural Foundation of Antioch will host the 10th annual Art4Schools exhibits through May 24 at the Lynn House Gallery. The Art4Schools exhibits showcase Antioch Unified School District classes involved in the Arts4Schools Program, sponsored by the Arts & Cultural Foundation of Antioch, the city of Antioch and a Keller Canyon Grant funded through the office of Contra Costa County Supervisor Federal Glover. The Lynn House Galley will play host to: John Muir Elementary, Feb. 9 through March 1; Carmen Dragon Elementary, March 5 through 15; ENCORE, March 26 through 29; Belshaw Elementary. April 4 through 19; Antioch, Deer Valley and Dozier Libbey high schools, April 30 through May 10, and Orchard Park K-8, May 13 though 24.