History Museum receives county grant for redesign of exhibition

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Courtesy of Los Altos History Museum Collection
As evident in Miss Lamb’s fifth-grade class photo taken at Los Altos Grammar School in 1929, a large population of residents in the area were of Japanese descent. They were forced into internment camps during World War II. The History Museum’s new permanent exhibition personalizes the experiences through oral memoirs and photographs of local residents.

The Los Altos History Museum is embarking on a reimagining of its permanent exhibition, with help from a $175,000 grant from Santa Clara County.

Community briefs: AAUW marks ruling, 'Painting the Pandemic' extended

AAUW commemorates Roe v. Wade ruling

The Los Altos/Mountain View branch of the American Association of University Women is scheduled to commemorate the 48th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion with a Zoom presentation 2-3 p.m. Jan. 22.

Museum hosts Women in Tech panel

When it comes to the pioneers who built Silicon Valley, they weren’t only men. Women made a significant contribution, and the Los Altos History Museum is scheduled to spotlight the innovators in the webinar “Women in Tech: Then and Now,” set for 5 p.m. Thursday.

Altering perceptions: Local police officers inspire 3-year-old

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Photo Courtesy of the Family
Sisters Avisha, above left, and Vanya flank Los Altos Police Department Capt. Katie Krauss during a recent visit to department headquarters.

Vanya, 3, does not particularly like wearing her car seat safety belt, and her objections have prompted warnings about a potential consequence for refusing the important restraint: The police could issue her parents a ticket for breaking the law.

CSA staff members receive professional development grants

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Eonis Cibrian Pelayo
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Janice Bonello

Two members of the staff at Mountain View’s Community Services Agency recently received grants for professional development in the field of human services, which they plan to use to better support those they serve.

Underwater photographer honored for work

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Courtesy of Nadia Aly
Nadia Aly, a professional wildlife and underwater photographer from Los Altos, was named the 2020 Ocean Photographer of the Year for images like this.

Nadia Aly, a professional wildlife and underwater photographer from Los Altos, recently received recognition for her work. She was named the 2020 Ocean Photographer of the Year and also won the Collective Portfolio Award from Oceanographic Magazine, in partnership with SeaLegacy.


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