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John Muir Land Trust, named in honor of the famous conservationist, is a nonprofit organization originally incorporated as the Martinez Regional Land Trust in 1989. The organization is dedicated to protecting and caring for the environment in Contra Costa and Alameda counties, including open space, ranches, farms, streams, parkland and shoreline, through acquisition. Open space preservation not only helps preserve clean air, drinking water and wildlife habitat, but also provides for numerous local outdoor recreation opportunities including trails for walking, hiking, cycling and horseback riding, and for quality time with our canine friends.

More than 3,100 acres of open space has been protected 2pc of painted a pair of glossy scarlet ballet princess shoes,bow, shiny rhinestones/crystal, dancer, ballerina, charm pendant d by John Muir Land Trust, in partnership with public agencies, private foundations, corporate sponsors and individual donors, Eighty-seven percent of its money goes to land acquisition, conservation and environmental education, Volunteers are always welcome in a variety of areas, JMLT supporters, volunteers and staff will celebrate their accomplishments this year and learn about future plans at the annual JMLT open house in early November at their headquarters in Martinez, Visit jmlt.org for more information..

Lindsay Wildlife Experience will host the Golden Gate Audubon Society’s traveling art exhibit “100 Years of Protecting Bay Area Birds!” beginning Tuesday, Oct. 3 and running through Jan. 2 at 1931 First Ave. in Walnut Creek. View enlarged photographs of Bay Area birds, from tiny chickadees to big golden eagles. Then, visit live “Animal Ambassadors” including eagles, owls, a friendly squirrel and porcupine and many more, and learn about their history and habitats. The exhibit is free with the cost of admission to Lindsay Wildlife; $8.50 general, and $6.50 for children, and $7.50 seniors, or free with membership. For more information visit www.goldengateaudubon.org or lindsaywildlife.org.

September is “Attendance Awareness Month,” and the Contra Costa County 2pc of painted a pair of glossy scarlet ballet princess shoes,bow, shiny rhinestones/crystal, dancer, ballerina, charm pendant d Office of Education (CCCOE) is accepting poster contest entries from students attending grades kindergarten through fifth, to promote good attendance habits, Entry deadline is Friday, Oct, 27, Entries must be created on 8.5-by-11-inch paper, in crayon, marker, paint, ink, colored pencil, watercolor, or be computer generated, Each poster will be evaluated on how well the student has integrated the theme and will be judged on creativity, originality and clarity..

The first-place winner will receive a $75 gift card, and her/his artwork will appear on the cover of the “2018 Every School Day Counts!” calendar. The 12 runners-up will each earn a $20 gift card and their entry will be featured on other months in the calendar. Contest themes are different for each grade. To learn the guidelines and contest rules, visit www.cccoe.k12.ca.us or call Lindy Khan at 925-942-3343 or Emily Justice at 925-942-5328. The 11th Annual Martinez Historical Society Home Tour will feature six privately owned, 1920s-style residences, a Zen rock garde, and the historic Mormon Temple built in 1939 by the Latter-day Saints, now home to the Martinez Early Childhood Center, Inc. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to  4 p.m.Saturday, Oct. 14, in Martinez.

Purchase advance tickets at the Sunday Farmers Market for $20; at Char’s Flower Shoppe, 635 Main 2pc of painted a pair of glossy scarlet ballet princess shoes,bow, shiny rhinestones/crystal, dancer, ballerina, charm pendant d St.; and at Peirano Jewelers, 510 Center Ave, The Martinez Historical Society and Museum is located at 1005 Escobar St, in Martinez, Visit  martinezhistory.org for more information, The East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation’s recent 42nd annual gala celebrated building healthy, vibrant and safe neighborhoods in Oakland and the greater East Bay, Pillar Award honorees included nonprofit, public- and private-sector organizations that provide leadership and services to communities throughout the East Bay..

The 2017 Pillar Award Honorees are Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan, Affordable Rental Housing Options Award; East Bay Alliance for the Sustainable Economy, Community and Resident Engagement Award; Gregory Brannon and Lynette Jung Lee, Resident Leadership Award; Citi Foundation and Citi Community Development, Strong Neighborhood Partnership Networks Award; and Akram Dallaq, the Income and Wealth Building Opportunities Award. The Pleasant Hill Rotary Club members recently hosted a luncheon for scholarship winners and their families.

Alyssa Gaigalas won the Rotary General Senior Scholarship for outstanding academic achievement and leadership, Olivia Hunter-McElroy won the Will Fulton Interact Memorial Scholarship, given to an outstanding student in honor of the first president of Interact Club, Makenzie Wernholm was awarded the Jim Nunes Performing Arts Scholarship for a student pursuing studies in performing arts, Each senior received $2,000 to further their education, Byran Hernandez of Valley View Middle School in Pleasant Hill and Natalie Ferrero of Pleasant Hill 2pc of painted a pair of glossy scarlet ballet princess shoes,bow, shiny rhinestones/crystal, dancer, ballerina, charm pendant d Middle School were nominated by their principals to receive the Joseph A, Ovick Scholarship for outstanding eighth-graders. They each will receive $1,000 when they graduate from high school if they have maintained a B average every year..

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