KMVT director touts range of media resources

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KMVT 15 Executive Director Shelley Wolfe addresses the Rotary Club of Los Altos.

KMVT 15 Executive Director Shelley Wolfe touted the organization’s professional media resources available free to nonprofit groups, students and businesses in a Sept. 18 presentation at the Rotary Club of Los Altos.

KMVT 15, the nonprofit, award-winning public, education and government television station, serves Los Altos, Mountain View, Cupertino, Sunnyvale and Foster City. Founded in 1982, the Mountain View-based KMVT 15 reaches a potential 400,000 viewers over Comcast Channel 15, Government Channel 26, AT&T U-Verse System Channel 99, YouTube and Roku.


LAH fire district honors former commissioners

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Retiring Los Altos Hills County Fire District Commissioners Owen Halliday, from left, and Bob Stutz celebrate receiving fire helmets with a special emblem honoring their service with Chief Ken Kehmna of the Santa Clara County Fire Department.

When Los Altos Hills County Fire District commissioners retire, they receive a helmet emblazoned with the logo of the fire district. The long-standing tradition commemorates their dedication and service to the district, founded in 1939.

Retiring Commissioners Bob Stutz and Owen Halliday recently received their awards. Stutz served 25 years on the commission and Halliday served 12 years.


Morning Forum kicks off 65th season of speakers

The Morning Forum of Los Altos recently launched the 65th season of its annual speakers series.

Founded in Los Altos in 1950, Morning Forum is an all-volunteer organization with 450 local members. The series features 16 speakers who appear 10:15 a.m. every other Tuesday morning from September through the beginning of June.


LAH Town Hall zooms in on Karlak's work: Local Arts Roundup

Image courtesy of Susanne Karlak
The town of Los Altos Hills hosts an exhibition of Susanne Karlak’s work, above.

The town of Los Altos Hills has scheduled a reception for photography artist Susanne Karlak 2-5 p.m. Oct. 12 at town hall.

Fifty-four of Karlak’s photos are slated for display throughout town hall through Feb. 28.


Ohlone Day slated Saturday at Deer Hollow Farm

Courtesy of Elizabeth Montgomery
Children learn the ways of the native Ohlones during Deer Hollow Farm’s Ohlone Day.

Friends of Deer Hollow Farm has scheduled its annual Ohlone Day Living History Festival and fundraiser noon to 3 p.m. Saturday at the farm, located in Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve, 22500 Cristo Rey Drive, Los Altos.

The festival offers visitors a once-a-year chance to tour Deer Hollow Farm’s replica Native American Ohlone Village and learn about the Ohlones, who lived in the Bay Area for thousands of years. Attendees can participate in a range of hands-on traditional Native American activities, including acorn grinding, shell drilling and rope making.


Community Briefs

LA drums up business with ‘Indian Summer’

This month’s “First Friday” event – scheduled 6-8 p.m. Friday – will feature a host of Native American activities under the theme “Indian Summer.”

The monthly Los Altos Forward-sponsored events include live performances, evening shopping, games and refreshments. The October celebration will highlight Native American culture via ceremonial drumming, storytelling and music at Community Plaza, located at the corner of Main and State streets.


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