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Students packed the stands dressed in their class colors, cheering on their team and their rivals, as Jeff Lamb, director of athletics at Milpitas High School, hosted the events. Principal Cheryl Lawton dressed as a referee to oversee the contests, including the musical chairs competition. English and theater teacher Kaila Schwartz was one of the judges. “I love Trojan Olympics because it really does unify the school. Every year, as the points are being tabulated and the four teams come together in a true display of school spirit, I think to myself, ‘Why does there even have to be a winner?'” Schwartz said. “Every participant puts forth their best effort. Every student gets cheered no matter what. One of my favorite moments this year happened when a junior musical chairs competitor reached out to hug the last remaining sophomore as she made her way back to her section after the junior won the game. This moment of sportsmanship — supporting wins and losses — this is what I love most. The juniors brought that spirit of camaraderie to everyone this year.”.

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Luke returned to Alcatraz on Aug. 11 for a reunion with fellow inmate Bill Baker, several guards and a smattering of children who grew up on the island. Tourists who booked trips for that day heard firsthand tales about one of the world’s most infamous prisons. Guard George DeVincenzi (1950-57) says he was aware of the danger from the first day he reported for duty and a haircut. “The inmates were barbers,” he says, recalling how one con was cutting another con’s hair when he suddenly went after his “customer” with scissors. “Me, like a damn fool, I’m trying to separate ’em,” DeVincenzi says. “We swung around, knocked the table over, knocked the second barber’s chair over and me on top of ’em and he kept plunging his scissors into the black inmate’s heart, lung and chest. That was my first murder.”.

Family Play Day: 2-3 p.m, Nov, 14, Families can drop in anytime with their ballet slippers shoes sterling silver charm fits all slide on bracelets baby, toddler or preschooler for reading, singing, talking and playing, Holiday Dance Around the World: 6-6:40 p.m, Dec, 11, All ages are invited to see dances and games from around the world celebrating the season, including Sevion for Hanukkah; Gung Xi Ni for Chinese New Year; Gumbo Ti for Kwanzaa; the Jingle Bells dance; and Shoemaker and the Elves, Book Buddies: 1-2 p.m, Wednesdays (Call 925-673-0659 to confirm the program on a specific Wednesday), A book buddy volunteer reader is in the library to read stories to children 3 and older..

Nakamatsu and Manasse have performed as a duo since 2004. Area audiences know Nakamatsu best as the winner of the 1997 Van Cliburn competition and a top-notch interpreter of, among others, Chopin and Brahms. The Juilliard School-trained Manasse is the principal clarinetist for the American Ballet Theatre and Mostly Mozart Festival, and is the former principal clarinetist of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Manasse and Nakamatsu are the co-artistic directors of the Cape Cod Chamber Music Festival, and the duo has released a CD of Brahms clarinet sonatas.