Lucas went on to UCLA, where he majored in English and philosophy, and moved to the Bay Area after graduation. After earning a master’s degree in education with an emphasis on reading from what is now Cal State East Bay, Lucas worked with foster children at the Lincoln Child Center before coming to O’Dowd in 1984. It was at an O’Dowd dance that Lucas met his wife, Mimi, while both served as chaperones. Eight months later in October 1986, they married. In addition to Mimi, Nicholas Drobocky and his wife, Lauren Breznikar (a 1996 O’Dowd alumna), Lucas is survived by stepdaughter Kristina Drobocky-Baitoo, son-in-law Dr. Andre Baitoo and grandson Ethan, son of Nicholas and Lauren.
Tickets: ballerina, dancer, ballet shoes, dance girl embroidered bodysuit, embroidered toddler t-shirt, embroidered t-shirt, baby shower $35, 510-893-3132, www.oaklandballet.org, And really, that’s only a fraction of what’s on tap during the Bay Area’s usual spring dance madness, Add Bay Area Dance Week into the mix, and we’re looking at a danceapocalypse, The festival opens at Union Square on Friday noon, with a moveable flash mob led by the Rhythm & Motion Dance Workout Program, an event that involves families, professional companies and students representing an international array of dance styles and traditions riffing on a short dance posted online at www.bayareadance.org..
By voting “yes” on Measure K, we gain 174 acres of permanent public open space and access to more than 2 miles of public trails that will help close the loop connecting Callippe Golf Course with Shadow Cliffs. Include the additional benefits of a much smaller housing footprint than the 143 units in our general plan, the reduced traffic associated with fewer homes and money for our schools and community; a “yes” vote on Measure K is a clear win for Pleasanton. Please join me and vote “yes” on Measure K.
For more information, call 427-1611 or go to www.pittsburgcaliforniatheatre.com, Brentwood Theater Company presents musical ‘Oliver!’ , BRENTWOOD — The final show of Brentwood Theater Company’s 2015-16 season, “Oliver!” continues weekends through July 31 at Liberty High’s Allan E, Jones Performing Arts Center, Lional Bart’s timeless masterpiece “Oliver!” is under the direction of Nancy Torres, The ballerina, dancer, ballet shoes, dance girl embroidered bodysuit, embroidered toddler t-shirt, embroidered t-shirt, baby shower show, based on the Charles Dickens’ classic, offers inspiration and universal emotions that propel the viewer to explore myriad feelings, Dickens’ characters are brought to life — perhaps larger than life — with all their facets glowing in this musical theater masterpiece, The cast features actors and a crew aged from 6 to 80, There are six more performances: Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m, and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m..
LGHS alumni ‘Meet and Greet’. Calling all alumni of Los Gatos High School: The LGHS Alumni Association is making a comeback. After a period of inactivity, and now under new leadership, the association is inviting all Gatos grads to a “Meet and Greet” event set for Nov. 15, 5-7 p.m., at CB Hannegan’s. “The intent is to invite LGHS alumni to come together,” wrote Patti Peters in an email. “Hopefully some attendees will be interested in helping either with ideas or actually taking on a role. Although we hope to get help, the purpose is purely social attempting to make a small step in the right direction.”.
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