Tant said that at one point, Kent told her to “grow a pair,” referring crudely to a part of the male anatomy, and another time he told her to “grow a pair of something, like (breasts) or legs,” the lawsuit alleges. Tant also said Kent told her it was OK for Hodgerney to call her and other women “bitches.”. In a phone interview Friday, Hodgerney confirmed he was fired as superintendent but denied ever harassing the women. “They’re saying that about everybody,” he said. “They’re saying a lot of stuff that’s not true.”.
Myth: Spiders sneak into our beds at night to bite us, Reality: False, Spiders feed exclusively on insects, not humans, When we are bitten by spiders, it is because the spider is acting in self-defense, caught between our clothing and skin, or in danger of being smashed if we roll over on them, What you think are spider bites are more likely from mosquitoes, bedbugs, fleas — or skin allergies, These insects do feed on blood, At ballet shoes, pink and gold, ballet party, ballerina jewelry, dance birthday party, party favor bracelet, set of ten. times it seems that the entire state of California rests on a gigantic ant bed, Ant invasions, as we’ve come to consider them, often are sudden and intense, One minute your countertop is clean, the next it’s covered in undulating masses of, most likely, Argentine ants, Is it any wonder we’re trying everything we can to keep them at bay?..
Free workshop for veterans ‘ABOUT FACE’. The Arts and Culture Commission of Contra Costa County is offering two-day self-portrait painting workshop at no cost to all Contra Costa County veterans. Workshops will take place in Martinez at ARTU4iA, a working art studio led by John Kleber. No art experience is required, and all painting materials will be provided. Veteran and artist Geoffrey Meredith will assist in the workshop to help veterans of all ages, all service dates, and all service, from 6 to 9 p.m. Oct. 20, 22, 27, 29, Nov. 3, 5, 17 and 19.
The June 28 concert features the Motown sounds of 3 Day Weekend, with Streetdogs food truck serving Chicago-style hot dogs, Upcoming performances are Floorshakers’ funk, soul and rock ‘n’ roll on July 5; What the Funk! on July 12 playing Motown and R&B; Lamorinda Idol on July 17; Opera in the ballet shoes, pink and gold, ballet party, ballerina jewelry, dance birthday party, party favor bracelet, set of ten. Park with Solo Opera on Sunday, July 24; blues group Blind to Reason on July 26; the pop sounds of Spill the Wine on Aug, 2; and the Dave Alt 18-piece Big Band performing jazz music on Aug, 9..
Book Buddies: 1-2 p.m. Wednesdays. (Call 925-673-0659 to confirm the program on a specific Wednesday). A book buddy reader is in the library to read stories to children 3 and older. The Ruth Bancroft Garden: A History: 6:30-7:30 p.m. Feb. 12. Brian Kemble, curator and lecturer, will give a history of the Ruth Bancroft Garden, now more than 40 years old, and which was once part of a pear orchard in operation until the 1960s. There will be a selection of plants for purchase after the talk. Clayton Library Book Club: 7-9 p.m. on the second Mondays is open to interested adults. On Jan. 13, Sunny Solomon leads the discussion on “The House Girl,” by Tara Conklin.
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