The keynote speaker, Walter Wilson, is a respected Silicon Valley leader and tireless activist for the vision of King. The event is rich in tradition and culture, and includes recognition for students and leaders within the community. Breakfast will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the program will start at 9 a.m. The breakfast, a 50-yearold tradition in Milpitas, is sponsored by the Sunnyhills United Methodist Church and the Sunnyhills Neighborhood Association. Breakfast is free (donations requested). All Milpitas residents and business owners are invited to attend and participate. Breakfasts are held at Jones Hall, 355 Dixon Road (across from the Joseph Weller Elementary School playground). The Milpitas Community Breakfast occurs the first (non-holiday) Saturday of the month except July and August. The next breakfast will be March 7, hosted by Milpitas Post, which is celebrating its 60th anniversary. For more information, call (408) 263-8942.
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During a panel here to promote the Aug. 25 Emmy Awards telecast, Television Academy Chairman Bruce Rosenblum was repeatedly grilled by critics about the seemingly lax nomination process, as well as this years snubs, which included Tatiana Maslany of “Orphan Black.”. Asked if the rules should be defined more rigidly, he said, “it’s certainly something we should take a look at.” He also said he is open to expanding the drama and comedy categories to allow for more nominees at a time when the general belief is that a prodigious amount of quality television is being produced.
Stories of the Season: 10 a.m.-4 p.m, Saturdays and 1-4 p.m, Sundays, through Dec, 23, McConaghy House, 18701 Hesperian Blvd., Hayward, Explore this Victorian-era home where each room’s decorations are inspired by a different Christmas story, Don’t ballet svg, ballet svg bundle, dance svg, ballet shoes, ballerina, ballerina feet, svg files for cricut, dxf files for laser, ba miss a theatrical performance of A Christmas Carol, staged inside the 1886 house where audiences follow actors throughout the rooms to watch Dickens’ tale unfold, Performances: 4:30 p.m, and 7:30 p.m, Dec, 15 and 22, Reservations required, $25, 510-581-9223, www.haywardareahistory.org..
The Hewitts bought the ranch home with hopes that Darrel would be able to stay home more often and be with the children more if he could run a stable business on the ranch. They also hoped to start an equine therapy program for special-needs people. The Hewitt’s have received a lot of help over the years from friends and family, including their fellow members of Trinity Baptist Church in Livermore. This time, their friends and family are hoping all of Livermore can chip in. Downtown eatery Sauced BBQ hosted a fundraiser in May, and more fundraisers are planned. Donations can be made directly to Team Hannah at https://fundly.com/fight-like-a-girl-team-hannah. A yard sale fundraiser will also be held June 27-28. Organizers are asking for donations of new and gently used items. Bring items to 855 Hanover St. in Livermore.
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