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Nominations open for Los Altos Historic Preservation award

The Los Altos Historical Commission seeks nominees for its annual Los Altos Historic Preservation award.

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Sundheim headlines SPARC meeting

George “Duf” Sundheim, former chairman of the California Republican Party and longtime Silicon Valley political activist, is scheduled to discuss “The Road to Victory in 2016: Changing the Political Narrative” at the South Peninsula Area Republican Coalition (SPARC) meeting 6:30 p.m. today at Fremont Hills Country Club, 12889 Viscaino Place, Los Altos Hills.

Sundheim has formed an exploratory committee to consider a run for the U.S. Senate seat that opens next year when Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer retires.

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Worldwide 'outpouring of love' brings birthday joy to Los Altos teen with autism


Courtesy of Rachel D’Antonio
Julia D’Antonio of Los Altos displays the birthday cards she received from all over the world.

A week prior to Los Altos resident Julia D’Antonio’s 19th birthday party March 28, she had received no replies from invited friends – a blow to anyone’s self-esteem. To a shy, reclusive teen with autism, however, the lack of response could be potentially devastating.

But thanks to social media and a caring mother, Julia did not celebrate her birthday alone. Far from it.

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AAUW bridge benefit funds Tech Trek scholarships

Town Crier Report

The Los Altos-Mountain View Branch of the American Association of University Women has scheduled its annual Benefit Bridge Party 11:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. April 25 at the Los Altos Youth Center, 1 San Antonio Road.

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Mentor Tutor Connection welcomes new exec director


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Mentor Tutor Connection recently hired Carol Fisher as its first executive director.

Fisher will lead the local nonprofit agency, formerly known as Partners for New Generations, as it implements its mission to help students in Los Altos and Mountain View schools achieve their potential and thrive.

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Los Altos History Museum screens 'Lure and Legends' film

The Los Altos History Museum is scheduled to host a screening of the film “The Lure and the Legends” 7 p.m. Tuesday at Bus Barn Theater, 97 Hillview Ave. The film complements the museum’s current exhibition, “Silicon Valley: The Lure & the Legends,” which runs through April 19.

Created by Los Altos resident and museum co-founder Nan Geschke, the movie features interviews with 13 high-tech pioneers who tell the story of the evolution of Silicon Valley, from the influence of Stanford University to the roles of the military, the federal government, the Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA), venture capital and the visionaries and risk-takers.

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