SUNNYVALE GIVES: Every holiday season, Sunnyvale Community Services transforms its warehouse into the brightly decorated Community Christmas Center, where about 1,500 families will “shop” for two weeks worth of food, as well as toys for the kids and a household gift. Well, one of the events that provides needed support for the Christmas Center is Sunnyvale Community Services’ Holiday Auction coming up Thursday. It’ll again be held at the Elks Lodge at 375 N. Pastoria Ave. in Sunnyvale starting at 5 p.m. Admission is free — you’re just asked to bring donations of canned food or an unwrapped, new toy — and the auction items are great, including trips to Spain, Orlando, Fla., and Vancouver, B.C. There’s also a fund-a-need portion of the live auction when direct donations will be taken to match a $10,000 challenge grant from NetApp.
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Now, Drew spends several hours a day training and at least an hour dancing. He goes to a dance school in Cincinnati, a two-hour drive each way from his home in Greenville. His focus is so strong that he once danced an entire competition with seven broken toes. In the dance world, his unusual background was a plus. People remembered him. In 2008, competitors and friends started comparing him to Barack Obama, a parallel that still makes Drew hop up and down and clap his hands. (The fact that he will never be old enough to vote for Obama in an election is one of his biggest disappointments, he said.).
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In addition there will be contests such as a mustache/beard competition and watermelon-eating, along with the popular Diaper Derby, open to contestants from “crawlers to toddlers” to see which can cross the finish line first. There will also be a car show of classic, muscle vintage and hot rods rides competing for prizes. Early risers can start the day at the annual Albany Lions Club pancake breakfast from 8 to 11 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial Building. Adventure Playground will be open until 8 p.m. and Farmer’s Insurance is sponsoring a free photo booth.
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