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Cauz (born Causey) began learning to play piano in third grade. Her senior year of high school, she took up guitar. “My sister got a guitar for Christmas and we kind of learned together. She ended up not wanting to pursue it, so she gave it to me. My dad, who is such a good musician, taught me the basic chords and then I would surround myself with musicians who were better than me, so they could teach me.”. Her schools were based in performance arts. She attended Almaden Country School. “From first grade to fifth grade, I was on stage doing plays. I think that’s why I am so comfortable up there now, because I was on stage at such a young age. Now it’s like second nature to me.”.

Along with the fun and games, the talent show serves as a fundraiser for ballet grade leotards the Saratoga Senior Center, Addressing the needs of seniors in the community remains a priority for the organization, said Kumar, “Almost every year we have dedicated this to the senior center,” said Kumar, “It goes back to the origin of our Saratoga Cares Foundation, For [the late Saratoga city councilwoman Susie Nagpal], seniors were a very important component of our community, which is certainly true, so as the foundation board members we started to support the seniors, and we decided it was important and critical enough that we should not stop.”..

Calls and e-mails to Ferreira and the district in Groveland were not returned. Retired Jefferson Superintendent Ed Quinn, who left the Tracy district in 2009, referred calls to the district office when contacted by phone at his Groveland home. Current Jefferson Superintendent Jim Bridges, who came to the district after Golden’s departure, declined to comment on the case, citing pending litigation. However, he said the district has improved child abuse reporting training for all employees and new hires, and the police department is notified if allegations of abuse are made.

Deep Reading Exhibit: Artwork that looks at the intersection of humanity and technology and traditional practices in the digital age, including one-of-a-kind, small edition and digital artists’ books with computer-woven tapestries, as well as paintings, geolocation-based AR (augmented reality), prints, animation and sculpture, Special installation with Chesa Caparas’ Stanford Human Rights Fellowship project and artists’ books by De Anza College Art and Design students, Presented in conjunction with Silicon Valley Reads, Through March 20, Euphrat Museum of Art, De Anza College, ballet grade leotards 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino, Gallery hours Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m, 408-864-5464,

* Beethoven, “String Quartet No. 4 in C minor, Op. 18, No. 4”. * Dizzy Gillespie, “A Night in Tunisia”. * Antonio Carlos Jobim, “Girl from Ipanema”. * Rafael Hernandez, “El Cumbanchero”. * Mendelssohn, “String Quartet No. 6 in F Minor, Op. 80”. The program schedule is. * 5 p.m., Master Class with Young Chamber Musicians. * 5:45 p.m., Box office opens. * 6 p.m., Pre-concert talk by musicologist Kai Christiansen. * 7 p.m., Concert (general seating; doors open at 6:30 p.m.) Ticket cost is: $48 per adult, $45 per senior (62 years old and older), and $15 per 30 years old and younger.

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