Asante Africa Foundation is proud to host one of our trusted advisors and Tanzanian partners, Dennis Lyamuya in the USA as he travels through 4 cities in 5 weeks. We are creating an opportunity for schools, communities, service organizations, and corporations to spend interactive time with him on topics of education, eco-travel and tourism, leadership values, life in Tanzania and many more. Dennis's amazing story telling abilities are spell binding. Hear him tell tales of chasing cheetahs, watching storms on Mt. Kilimanjaro, and out-running elephants. Dennis Lyamuya works to create connections by examining our shared values through the tales he tells. Prepare to be enchanted by this marvelous story teller who reminds us of our common desires to work positively within a global community. Time will pass unnoticed as you are enlightened and informed by the wisdom of his narratives. For more information please contact Erna Grasz 925-292-0245 or visit the website Web Link
City of San Ramon Teen Council applications are now available!
The Teen Council is a City Council appointed committee which makes recommendations to the City of San Ramon staff, Parks and Community Services Commission and City Council on the delivery of teen programs, facilities, activities, services and policies. In addition the Teen Council advocates for teen issues, volunteers for numerous City events and plans special activities for teens.
The Teen Council application is available on the City website: Web Link
The benefits of joining the Teen Council are endless. Please review the application and make sure to turn it into the City Clerkâ€˜s office by March 4th at 5pm. No late applications will be accepted. Please feel free to contact Steve Cox, Recreation Coordinator at 925-973-3213 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
State of the Town Address
What is new in Danville? Join Mayor Karen Stepper at her State of the Town Address to find out. Mayor Stepper will be presenting information about what Danville is doing this year to help local businesses; how our Town is faring in the current economy and State budget crisis; describing projects and development slated for the upcoming year; and providing updates on safety, disaster preparedness, and community events. Thursday, March 3, 2011 at Crow Canyon Country Club. For more details visit Web Link
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