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InBusiness
MOUNTAIN VIEW VOICE
Z E RO Z
E RO
GRAVI
TY YES
DOLLA
RS NO
SPACE TOURISM TICKETS
CAN SET YOU BACK $20 MILLION —
OR $4,000 FOR A WEIGHTLE SS RIDE AT MOFFETT
By Angela Hey
L
ast month, the Computer History Museum hosted Charles
Simonyi, a
former Microsoft
executive who
paid $20 million
for a vacation on
the International
Space Station. In
the form of a playby-play recounting of his adventure, he gave some
fascinating, personal insights into space travel.
First, the training: Simonyi spun
in centrifuges, practiced wearing
a spacesuit and was examined by
numerous doctors. He also had
to learn wilderness survival techniques — just in case the Soyuz
capsule landed in a remote place
that couldn’t be reached easily by a
ground crew. Having learned Russian in school, Russian language
lessons came naturally.
Then, liftoff: Simonyi recounted how the launch feels more
gradual than it appears to observers, who are used to seeing a fiery
blastoff. When the countdown
was at 10, he began to hear fluids
flowing in the ship, even through
his space helmet and earphones.
Shudders and vibrations preceded a gradual liftoff.
Once he got to the space station,
Simonyi was engrossed in experiments and out-of-earth experiences. For example, the surface
tension on a drop of water makes
it more like a cream that you can
spread on your face. He showed the
audience how an astronaut caught
a ball of apple juice in his mouth.
For the descent back to earth,
Simonyi said, he was asked to
clutch some books, while strapped
into his seat, as there was no room
to stow them. (His seat had been
specially molded to protect his
body from the shock of landing.)
Fortunately, they had an uneventful landing and the ground crew
rolled the space capsule around,
avoiding the hot base, so that he
could crawl out.
Find out more about Simonyi’s
adventures on www.charlesinspace.com. You can also find out
when the International Space
Station is visible in the night sky at
www.jsc.nasa.gov/sightings.
Also last month, Sir Richard
Branson announced that “2008
really will be the Year of the
Spaceship,” and that his Virgin
Galactic company (www.virgingalactic.com) is a step closer to
taking astronauts into space.
The company will test its White
Knight Two mothership this summer, and launches SpaceShipTwo,
which is currently about 60 per-
PHOTO COURTESY ZERO-G
Zero-gravity thrill rides like this may become available out of Moffett Field this summer, according to
ZERO-G, a company which offers the rides for about $4,000.
cent complete, at Burt Rutan’s
Scaled Composites firm in the
Mojave Desert.
More than 80 of its first passengers already have been through
centrifuge training and medical
examinations, the company says,
adding that more than 200 potential astronauts have signed up
with Virgin Galactic, and about
85,000 people have registered
interest in going into space. Tickets cost $200,000 with deposits
beginning at $20,000.
For some, the closest experience to a space adventure is a
zero-gravity flight. Zero Gravity
Corporation (www.gozerog.com),
also known as ZERO-G, is a leader
in entry-level space tourism. In a
promotional move, the company
gave weightless flights last month
How to help the hungry
SUMMER IS WHEN FAMILIES MOST RELY ON
GROUPS LIKE MOUNTAIN VIEW’S CSA
By Jennifer Pence
D
uring the holidays, many people
contribute to food drives at offices, schools and places of worship.
These commendable efforts help ensure
that even those with meager incomes
enjoy a full meal over the holidays.
But what about those who have trouble
making ends meet at other times of the
year — or all year long?
Lynn Crocker of Second Harvest Food
Bank explains that the need for food
is actually greater during the summer:
“When school is out, parents must provide
meals to children who may qualify for free
lunch and breakfast during the school year.
This can strain already tight budgets.”
out of Moffett Field, and plans to
return on July 26.
The cost for a ticket is about
$4,150 (including tax) for a
90-minute flight in which ZEROG’s “G-Force-One,” a customized
Boeing 727-200, will do about
15 parabolas. For each one, riders experience half a minute of
weightlessness. The plane can take
over 30 people at once.
San Francisco Mayor Gavin
Newsom was among the passengers on last February’s Moffett Field flight. Even wheelchairbound Professor Stephen Hawking
has taken a flight — in a specially
padded plane and with an entourage of medical staff. Although
passengers can take motion sickness prescriptions from their doctor beforehand, most do not need
it, and find the experience enjoyable, according to the company.
And if all those options are out
of your budget range, don’t forget
there’s a free NASA Ames Exploration Center at Moffett Field with
wonderful space exhibits.
V
Angela Hey can be reached at
amhey@techviser.com.
INFORMATION:
The NASA Ames Exploration Center at Moffett Field is open 10 a.m. to
4 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays, noon to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. To
learn more, call (650) 604-6274 or (650) 604-6497.
To book a zero-gravity flight with ZERO-G, visit www.gozerog.com
Second Harvest is the food bank that
supplies 400 partner organizations in
San Mateo and Santa Clara counties.
Forty-four percent of Second Harvest’s
food and cash donations come in during
its holiday food and fund drive from
mid-October until mid-January. The
food collected during this drive lasts
until spring. Then, demand for food
continues, but food donations have
stopped, so Second Harvest begins using
its cash donations to purchase food until
the next fall.
Crocker explains that “food insecurity” and nutritional problems are major
issues for low-income families. For
example, it costs $18.16 to buy 1,000 calories of nutritious food (such as fruits and
vegetables), but only $1.76 for 1,000 calories of non-nutritious food (junk food).
People on tight budgets tend to shift to
less nutritious foods since it is easier to
cut food costs than fixed payments such
as rent. Unfortunately, these decisions
have negative health consequences that
are costly both to those individuals and
to society as a whole.
More people than ever are in need of
food right now due to high fuel costs, the
meltdown in the sub-prime mortgage
market, and a general economic slowdown.
Second Harvest experienced a 10 percent
increase in demand for food this winter,
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Profiles in leadership
Editor’s Note: Leadership Mountain View (LMV), a nine-month
program of the Mountain View
Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation, each year
teaches leadership skills to 35
adults who live, work or have an
interest in Mountain View. It
has graduated 500 people since
1989. The profile below is one in
a series that will run periodically
to highlight the accomplishments
of LMV graduates.
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Moore has lived in Mountain View less than 10 years.
In addition to being executive
assistant to the superintendent
and Board of Trustees for our
local high school district (after
holding a similar position in
Lake Tahoe for 15 years), she is
well known for handling daunting people-organizing tasks —
such as organizing two group
trips to China and a beer-pouring squad (for LMV fund-raising) at Shoreline Amphitheatre.
She also volunteers at MVCPA,
has mentored students, serves
on the Mountain View Library
Foundation board, and has been
on the Leadership Mountain
View Council since she graduated from the program in 2000.
Mary’s super-volunteer status
followed quickly after her LMV
experience. Though new to town
at that time, she found “instant
community connection, knowledge about what our community
is doing, and amazing friends.”
She has leaped at all the newly
discovered leadership, professional and volunteer opportunities possible, approaching each
new challenge with unflagging
enthusiasm.
Her notion of retirement: “Join
the Peace Corps or VISTA ... and
volunteer with the National Ski
Patrol.”
Join Leadership Mountain View
for our Second Annual Leadership Symposium on Wednesday,
March 5. For more information,
go to www.leadershipsymposium.
eventbrite.com.
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and believes that this may be just
the tip of the iceberg since people
who have not previously gone to
food banks are often reluctant to
begin doing so, even as their situation becomes more desperate.
This situation is compounded
by the fact that donations have
decreased. Tom Myers, executive director of the Community
Services Agency in Mountain
View, says charitable donations
from individuals are one of the
first things to decline in a weak
economy.
Furthermore, while CSA is
able to obtain food not just from
Second Harvest but from local
grocery stores, farmers markets
and Hidden Villa (an organic
farm in Los Altos Hills), legal
liability now prohibits other
organizations, including Second
Harvest, from accepting food
from stores and restaurants,
reducing their sources of food
donations.
What can you do to help? Surprisingly, the best answer may
not be to go out and buy food
to give to a food bank (although
food donations are always welcome). The following options
are more efficient ways to provide food to those who need it
at a lower cost to you:
в– Donate fruit from your fruit
trees: Pick it yourself and take
it to the Community Services
Agency, or have Village Harvest
volunteers pick it for you and
take it to an organization that
can use it. For more info, call
CSA at (650) 968-0836 or Village
Harvest at (888) FRUIT-411.
в– Donate money: Food banks
can buy more food for $50 than
you can, because they can often
get it for just the cost of shipping. Write a check to CSA or
Second Harvest.
в– Clean out your cupboards:
Do you still have those cans of
pumpkin and cranberry sauce
that you didn’t use at Thanksgiving, or other food items that
you may not use before they
expire? Take them to CSA.
Additionally, you can have fun
and help fight hunger by dining
at restaurants participating in
CSA’s “Chefs Who Care” program. (The most recent event
was at Tarragon in Sunnyvale,
where a 3-course meal was $24
per person, and half of that went
to CSA.) Register on CSA’s Web
site at csacares.org, where you
can also learn about CSA’s Spring
Gala on April 5 and Empty Bowls
Soup Supper on April 13.
V
Jennifer Pence lives in Mountain View. She is founder of the
Windmill Giving Circle and
founder and owner of Academic
Springboard, a tutoring group.
She can be reached at japence@
hotmail.com.
SPRING
ClassGuide
MOUNTAIN VIEW VOICE
M
ake the most of spring by taking a
class in something you’ve always
wanted to learn. It’s never too late to pick
up a tuba or study German. Try yoga or
put on some tap shoes. All the classes
listed below are local, so go for it!
Academic Achievement
Museum of American Heritage
351 Homer Ave., Palo Alto, 321-1004, 473-6950
www.moah.org, admin@moah.org
Crystal-radio workshop. Students build
their own crystal-radio sets while learning about the history of radio, basic radio
theory, modulation, how headphones
work and how to read schematics. May 3,
10, 17 and 31 from 10 a.m. to noon. Ages 10
and up. $55 members/$65 non-members.
QWERTY Education Services
1050 Chestnut St., Ste. 201, Menlo Park, 326-8484
www.qwertyed.com, info@qwertyed.com
Offices in Palo Alto and Menlo Park. Tutoring and educational evaluation. Professional tutoring for K-12 and college. May
include homework support or remedial/
enrichment learning. Organization of writing, systematic revision, keyboarding, reading skills, math procedures and problemsolving, and organization, motivation
and study skills. Contact Mark Carey,
Educational Director, for a no-cost phone
consultation.
Randall Millen Registry
в– CLASS GUIDE
921 Colorado Ave., Palo Alto, 856-1419
Individual private tutoring in Midtown
Palo Alto home for grades 7-12, college and
adults. Subjects include English grammar
and composition, English as a second language (ESL), French, Latin, mathematics,
history and social studies, and humanities
in general. Also: test preparation for all
standardized tests (including S.A.T.), and
manuscript writing and editing. Stanford
graduate with 40 years of experience as a
tutor. Fees from $18 per hour.
Sky Rocket 101
Palo Alto, 793-0721
www.skyrocket101.com, feliciafahey@gmail.com
SR 101 Surviving the First Year of College.
10 a.m. Sat., May 3. Cost: $125.
This three-hour workshop exposes the
predominant pitfalls of the first year
and imparts core strategies for avoiding
these pitfalls. Workshop presents insiders’
knowledge of college that teaches how to:
master the academic system, tackle the
daily challenges of student life, hone your
study and time-management skills.
The Class Guide is published quarterly in the Mountain View Voice. Descriptions of classes
offered in Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Stanford, Atherton, Los Altos Hills, East Palo Alto, Mountain
View and beyond are provided. Listings are free and subject to editing. Due to space constraints,
classes held in the above cities are given priority.
The summer Class Guide will publish on May 7, 2008, with deadlines approximately two
weeks prior.
To inquire about placing a listing in the Class Guide, e-mail Editorial Assistant Karla Kane
at KKane@paweekly.com, call 650-326-8210 ext. 236 or visit www.PaloAltoOnline.com.
To place a paid advertisement in the Class Guide, call our display advertising department
at 650-326-8210.
Offering: Meet the PC, Intro to Windows
XP, sending-receiving E-mail, Slide-Show
photo organizer, MS Excel, eBay sales and
surfing, resume writing, grant writing and
master the interview.
Palo Alto Adult School
50 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto,
329-3752, 329-8515
www.paadultschool.org, adultschool@pausd.org
individuals in graphic design and Web site
implementation.
Dance
City of Palo Alto Arts
and Culture Division
1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, 463-4940
www.CityofPaloAlto.org/enjoy
Business & Technology
Hundreds of online classes are offered by
the Palo Alto Adult School in conjunction with Education to Go. Computer,
language, test preparation and certificate
courses available from $79.
Brazilian Dance with Anita Lusebrink.
April 3 - June 5. Thursdays at 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Ten-week session: $115. Lucie Stern Community Center Ballroom, 1305 Middlefield
Road, Palo Alto. Try the first class without
obligation and bring a friend (16+ years).
Mountain View-Los Altos Adult School
Web Site Designs
Dance Connection
333 Moffett Blvd., Mountain View, 940-1333
www.mvlaae.net
The MV-LA Adult School has a long history and commitment to adult education.
408-243-6473
www.richardhellyer.com, richardhellyer@gmail.com
Richard Hellyer is an experienced professional marketing consultant who tutors
4000 Middlefield Road, L-5, Palo Alto, 322-7032
www.danceconnectionpaloalto.com
cindy@danceconnectionpaloalto.com
Dance Connection offers graded classes
for ages 3 to adult with a variety of
programs to meet every dancer’s needs.
Ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, boys program,
lyrical, pilates and combination classes
are available for beginning to advanced
levels. Find information and download
registration from the Web site.
International School of the Peninsula
151 Laura Lane, Palo Alto, 251-8519, www.istp.org
beatricebergemont@istp.org
After-school programs for preschool,
elementary and middle-school students.
Classes include: French cooking, Asian
cooking, chess, science, robotics, Chinese
dance, art & craft, watercolor, gymnastics,
soccer and multi-sports. For a complete
list of classes available visit www.istp.org
under the heading “Language Classes” or
contact BeatriceBergemont@istp.org to
learn more.
Sequoia Adult School
Little House Community Center,
Menlo Park, 306-8866
www.adultschool.seq.org
nashwa@nashwabellydance.com
Belly dance classes in Palo Alto and
Menlo Park. Community sponsored
means only approx. $8 per class. Palo
Alto Adult School/Sequoia Adult School.
Mondays in Menlo Park in studio at
Little House Community Center. Tuesdays in mirrored, well-floored Palo Alto
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New Summer Program
Camp Socrates will help students maintain knowledge gained during the school year and prepare
them for the fall. The preschool and pre-kindergarten programs are full of fun, creative activities
with weekly themes. Elementary programs will explore art, music, science, and various outdoor
activities in addition to the summer academic readiness program.
Camp Socrates begins June 23, 2008
Danville
Fremont
Los Gatos
Palo Alto
Santa Clara
San Francisco
925.648.4900
510.438.9745
408.371.3020
650.493.1151
408.244.2121
415.987.7300
San Jose
Pre. & Elem.
Middle School
Sunnyvale
De Anza Park
Washington Park
408.363.2130
408.626.0001
408.732.4424
408.737.1500
New San Francisco Campus Opening
Fall 2008!
Preschool enrollment in new
San Francisco campus subject to obtaining state license.
Lic. #: 073402482, 013417816, 434404890, 434408056,
434407977, 434404336, 434406722, 434408877
MARCH 7, 2008 в– MOUNTAIN VIEW VOICE в– 23
ClassGuide
High School dance studio. All welcome.
Have fun at any weight or age learning
the art of Middle-Eastern belly dance.
Develop grace, gain strength, burn calories and laugh.
Zohar Dance Company
Zohar Dance Company
4000 Middlefield Road, L4, Palo Alto 494-8221
www.zohardance.org, zohardance@aol.com
4000 Middlefield Road, L4, Palo Alto, 494-8221
www.zohardance.org, zohardance@aol.com
Marny Trounson teaches ballet at Zohar
Dance Studio. Mondays and Wednesdays,
10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Classes are ongoing.
Zohar Dance Studio offers ongoing classes
for adults in jazz, ballet, and modern dance.
Learn from professional faculty: Ehud
Krauss, Kristine Elliott, Marny Trounson
and Lisa Burnett. Current schedule and
events can be found on Web site.
Handicrafts
info@bayareabootcamp.com
Bay Area Boot Camp offers an outdoor
training program at Rinconada Park that
combines cardio, resistance and agility
exercises and is designed for people of all
fitness levels. Cost: $210-$325.
Custom Handweavers
Spring into Shape!
at Overtime Fitness
LIVE. FLEX. GROW. ENGAGE.
Great Classes! Personal and team
training, Freemotion, Expresso and
Precore equipment, 17ft Rock Wall...
....And More!
650.944.8555
M-F 6am-9pm Sa/Su 8am-7pm
1625 N. Shoreline Blvd. Mt. View, CA 94043
WWW.OVERTIMEFITNESS.COM
2267 Old Middlefield Way, Mountain View, 967-0831
www.customhandweavers.com
webemit@sbcglobal.net
Betty Wright Swim Center @ C.A.R.
Ongoing classes in weaving, spinning, and
knitting for beginner and intermediate
students. Day and evening sessions. Explore
the ancient art of Temari, a Japanese folk
art, or learn to weave the Navajo Way.
Enhance your lifestyle with an art form
almost forgotten. Visit the studio and watch
the students work. Call for more information, e-mail or visit the Web site.
Mountain View-Los Altos
Adult School
Improve your health and wellness
through aquatic exercise and therapy
in the fully accessible, public, warmwater (92 degree), in-door pool. Classes
include aqua aerobics, aqua arthritis,
back basics, body conditioning, Aichi
yoga and perinatal. Physical therapy,
personal training, Watsu and land massage by appointment. Group and private
swim lessons. Hours: Monday-Thursday,
6:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.; Friday, 6:30 a.m.-7
p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.-noon.
333 Moffett Blvd., Mountain View, 940-1333
www.mvlaae.net
California Yoga Center (Palo Alto)
The MV-LA Adult School has a long history
and commitment to adult education. Offering: Beading, drawing, ceramics, Japanese
flower arranging (Ikebana), knitting and
crochet, needle arts, painting (watercolor,
oil, acrylic). Older-adult classes (55+, $18).
Palo Alto Adult School
Palo Alto, 329-3752
www.paadultschool.org
uniquesewyourown@sbcglobal.net
Learn how to makeover clothes with simple
alterations and by adding detail to retail at
JLS Middle School, 480 E. Meadow Drive,
Palo Alto. Learn basics of hemming, sewing
on buttons, adjusting side seams and many
easy-sew ideas for customizing clothing.
Sequoia District Adult School
3247 Middlefield Road, Menlo Park, 306-8866
www.adultschool.seq.org
uniquesewyourown@sbcglobal.net
Clothesmaking: Kimono robe class introduces beginners to the basics of sewing and
making clothes. Please bring your own
sewing machine.
Health & Fitness
Andre’s Boot Camp (ABC)
Stanford, 724-9872
www.stanford.edu/dept/pe/rec/abc.html
andrebobo@aol.com
No two sessions are the same but every
session will offer either circuit training or
interval training. ABC is designed for those
who enjoy multi-sport activities. A variety of
athletic “toys” are used to make the classes
both fun and challenging. Call, e-mail or
visit the Web site for more information.
Bay Area Boot Camp
777 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto, 415-567-7411
www.bayareabootcamp.com
3864 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, 494-1480
www.c-a-r.org, swim@c-a-r.org
541 Cowper St., Palo Alto, 947-9642
www.californiayoga.com, info@californiayoga.com
The California Yoga Center offers classes
for beginning to advanced students. With
studios in Mountain View and Palo Alto,
classes emphasize individual attention
and cultivate strength, flexibility and
relaxation. Ongoing yoga classes are
scheduled every day and include special
classes such as prenatal, backcare and
pranayama. Weekend workshops explore
a variety of yoga-related topics.
California Yoga Center
(Mountain View )
570 Showers Drive, Ste. 5, Mountain View, 947-9642
www.californiayoga.com, info@californiayoga.com
The California Yoga Center offers classes
for beginning to advanced students. With
studios in Mountain View and Palo Alto,
classes emphasize individual attention
and cultivate strength, flexibility and
relaxation. Ongoing yoga classes are
scheduled every day and include special
classes such as prenatal, backcare and
pranayama. Weekend workshops explore
a variety of yoga-related topics.
Darshana Yoga
654 High St., Palo Alto, 325-YOGA
www.darshanayoga.com, info@darshanayoga.com
Fresh and inspiring yoga classes in Palo
Alto. A blend of alignment and flow. Great
teachers, beautiful studio. Director Catherine De Los Santos has taught yoga in Palo
Alto more than 25 years.
Elite Musketeer Fencer’s Club
160B Constitution Drive, Menlo Park
353-0717, 408 317 0480
www.emfc.net, valerie@emfc.net
Fencing Programs for kids and adults,
recreational and competitive. Summer
camps, birthday parties, private lessons
and group classes.
Jazzercise at M-A
555 Middlefield Road, Atherton, 415-601-2522
www.jazzercise.com, myjazzercise@bigfoot.com
Jazzercise combines elements of jazz
dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga,
kickboxing and more to create truly effective programs for people of every age and
fitness level. Classes are ongoing. Come
directly to class to register. Mon., Tue. and
Thu. at 6 p.m.; Sat. at 9 a.m. M-A High
School Dance Studio (adjacent to gymnasium). $42 a month. When you love your
workout, results come easy.
Mountain View-Los Altos
Adult School
333 Moffett Blvd., Mountain View, 940-1333
www.mvlaae.net
The MV-LA Adult School has a long history
and commitment to adult education. Be fit.
Offering: Belly dance, exercise for the older
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adult, Feldenkrais, hiking, hula, mat Pilates,
Qigong, stability ball, stretch and flex, Tai Chi
and yoga. Older-adult classes (55+, $18).
Mountain View-Los Altos
Adult School
Studio Kicks
The MV-LA Adult School has a long history and commitment to adult education.
Learn or practice a language. Offering:
Chinese, English, French, Russian and
Spanish. Older-adult classes (55+, $18).
796A San Antonio Road, Palo Alto, 855-9868
www.studiokickspaloalto.com
info@studiokickspaloalto.com
Studio Kicks is a family fitness center
offering high-energy cardio kickboxing
classes and fun martial-arts training
for kids 2 and up. Taught by owner/
instructor Richard Branden, six-time
world champion and original stunt cast
member for the “Power Rangers.” Get
the whole family healthy and fit. Stop by
for a free class.
Taijiquan Tutelage of Palo Alto
333 Moffett Blvd., Mountain View, 940-1333
www.mvlaae.net
Micellaneous
County of San Mateo RecycleWorks
555 County Center, 5th Floor, Redwood City
599-1498, 361-8220
RecycleWorks.org
Become a certified master composter.
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German International School of Silicon Valley
The Best of two Worlds - Learning in German and English
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310 Easy Street, Mountain View, CA 94043
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www.ttopa.com
Taijiquan Tutelage of Palo Alto. Established
in 1973. Learn the classical Yang Chengfu
style of Taijiquan (T’ai chi ch’uan). Beginning classes start monthly. Classes are held
at the Cubberley Community Center.
Winter Lodge
3009 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, 493-4566 ext. 102
www.winterlodge.com
Winter Lodge offers ice-skating classes for
all ages and abilities. The group class meets
once a week. Rental skates and practice
time included for $120. Visit the Web site
for more information.
BUILD SUCCESS
Start at Foothill College.
Workout IQ
278 Hope St., Ste. C, Mountain View
814-9615, 962-9793
www.workoutiq.com, info@workoutiq.com
Posture 101. Learn about why posture is
important, why you should care about your
posture and most importantly learn how to
improve and change your posture.
Cost: $275 for a six-week class. Space is
limited.
Yoga at All Saints’ Episcopal Church
555 Waverley St., Palo Alto, 322-4528
www.asaints.org
Kundalini-style yoga, combining asana
(physical poses), breathing exercises and
meditation. Practice is best done on an
empty stomach. Please bring a mat and
blanket and wear comfortable, easy-tomove-in clothes. If floor work is difficult,
exercises can be modified to be done in a
chair. All ages. No registration necessary.
Every Saturday, 8-9 a.m., in the Parish
Hall. $5/person.
Language
German Language Class
50 Embarcadero Road at El Camino Real
Palo Alto, 329-3752, 329-8515
adultschool@pausd.org
Willkommen! (Welcome!) Learn to speak,
read, and write German, with an emphasis
on conversation. Basic grammar and Germanic culture are covered. The instructor, a college-credentialed teacher with
a Master’s Degree, studied in Germany
with the Stanford-in-Germany program.
Mondays and Thursdays, 7-9 p.m., March
31-April 28, $108.
International School
of the Peninsula (ISTP)
151 Laura Lane, Palo Alto, 251-8519
www.istp.org
beatricebergemont@istp.org
ISTP offers extensive adult language classes
and children’s after-school language classes.
For preschool students, ISTP offers classes
in Arabic, French, Mandarin Chinese and
Spanish. For elementary and middle-school
students, ISTP offers classes in Arabic, Farsi
French and Mandarin Chinese. For adults,
ISTP offers separate classes for varying
proficiency levels for each language: Arabic,
English ESL, Farsi, French, German, Hindi,
Italian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Russian and Spanish.
University Transfer ПЂ Career Programs ПЂ Online Degrees ПЂ Personal Enrichment
Classes start April 7. Register now at www.foothill.edu.
Affordable tuition. $13 per unit for CA residents. Financial Aid available
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TAIJIQUAN TUTELAGE
OF PALO ALTO
Our classes in T’ai Chi Ch’uan
are held in Palo Alto at the
Cubberley Community Ctr.
4000 Middlefield Rd., M4.
Call 650-327-9350 for
detailed information.
Established in 1973.
Learn to compost and garden without
the use of toxic chemicals and make
2008 a healthier year for you, your family and the environment. Classes are free
to San Mateo County residents.
www.ttopa.com
Elite Musketeer Fencer’s Club
160B Constitution Drive, Menlo Park
353-0717, 408 317 0480
www.emfc.net, valerie@emfc.net
healthy and fit. Stop by for a free class.
lessons or small group classes available.
Mind & Spirit
Fencing programs for kids and adults,
recreational and competitive. Summer
camps, birthday parties, private lessons
and group classes.
Children’s Music Workshops
P.O. Box 60756, Palo Alto, 306-0332
All Saints’ Episcopal Church
555 Waverley St., Palo Alto
www.asaints.org/parishlife/activities/yoga.html
Kids music classes and private lessons
for guitar, piano and voice. Locations in
Palo Alto and Mountain View. Music for
special needs children too.
Little House Senior Activities Center
800 Middle Ave., Menlo Park, 326-2025
www.peninsulavolunteers.org
tpuckett@peninsulavolunteers.org
Computer workshops, health lectures,
investments, travel, self-improvement,
movies, opera previews, ballroom dancing and weekend trips for people over 50.
Costs range from free to $40. Register in
person or by phone.
Studio Kicks
796A San Antonio Road, Palo Alto, 855-9868
www.studiokickspaloalto.com
info@studiokickspaloalto.com
Studio Kicks is a family fitness center
offering high-energy cardio kickboxing
classes and fun martial-arts training for
kids 2 and up. Taught by owner/instructor
Richard Branden, six-time world champion and original stunt cast member for
the “Power Rangers.” Get the whole family
All Saints’ Yoga: Kundalini style yoga
combining asana (physical poses), breathing exercises and meditation. Practice is
best done on an empty stomach or lightsnack. Please bring a mat and blanket,
and wear comfortable, easy-to-move-in
clothes. If floor work is difficult, exercises
can be modified to do in a chair.
Yoga at Unity Church
3391 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, 857-0919
andreaclenox@comcast.net
Modern and ancient yogic meditation and
concentration techniques, powerful and therapeutic in their transformation and healing.
Music & Art
Art with Emily
402 El Verano Ave., Palo Alto, 856-9571
www.artwithemily.com, info@ArtWithEmily.com
Emily Young teaches mixed-media, multicultural art lessons for children at her fully
equipped studio in Palo Alto. Individual
Chinese Brush Painting
Palo Alto, 948-1503
Chinese brush painting with master calligrapher and painter Anna Wu Weakland.
Class meets eight Tuesdays, 2:30-4:30 p.m.
Classes held at the Cubberley Studio in
Palo Alto. Learn to paint with minimum
strokes and achieve maximum results. The
techniques of all the popular subject matters will be taught. Beginners and advanced
students welcome.
Community School of Music
and Arts at Finn Center
230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View
917-6800, 917-6813
www.arts4all.org, info@arts4all.org
April 14-18 vacation camps now enrolling.
Visual-art camps for Grades K-8. Morning and afternoon sessions; extended day
supervision available. $140 per camp; register same child for 2 camps and save $30.
Computers and art camps for ages 10-teen.
Learn animation, web design, digital photography, blogging, more. Full-day camp,
9:30 am to 3:30 pm; $375.
Community School of Music
and Arts at Finn Center
230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View
917-6800, 917-6813
www.arts4all.org, info@arts4all.org
Digital-arts classes for ages 10-adult.
Music, visual art, photography and video,
animation, web design, more. Six-week
classes begin March 18; one- and two-day
workshops offered throughout Spring.
Register online at www.arts4all.org.
Community School of Music
and Arts at Finn Center
230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View
917-6800, 917-6813
www.arts4all.org, info@arts4all.org
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2800 W. Bayshore Road
Palo Alto, CA 94303
www.headsup.org
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650 - 424 - 1267
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310 Easy Street
650-903-0986
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Visual-art classes for children through adults.
Eight-week classes begin March 25. Ceramics, drawing painting, fashion design, photography, batik and tie dye, more. One- and
two-day art workshops for teens and adults;
ongoing. Visit www.arts4all.org for details.
Join ISTP for after-school programs for
preschool, elementary and middle-school
students. Classes include French cooking,
Asian cooking, chess, science, robotics,
Chinese dance, art and craft, watercolor,
gymnastics, soccer and multi-sports. For a
complete list of classes, visit the Web site.
Kindermusik with Wendy
Mountain View, 968-4733
www.kindermusik.com, wendymusikmom@aol.com
Group music classes for children ages birth
to 7 and their caregivers. All classes include
singing, instrument play, movement, musical games, and home materials, and aim
to develop the whole child through music.
Five levels of classes as well as a multi-age
class. Cost per class session ranges from
$100 to $225 depending on class and session length (8-15 weeks per session).
Community School of Music
and Arts at Finn Center
230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View
917-6800, 917-6813
www.arts4all.org, info@arts4all.org
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Music and Arts (CSMA) offers classes
year-round in Music, Visual & Digital Arts
for ages 18 mos. to adult! Vacation and
summer camps, one- and two-day arts
workshops offered throughout the year.
Private music lessons offered, taught by
international faculty. Financial assistance
available. Visit www.arts4all.org for more
information.
music, drama, computers, gymnastics
and physical education. Science, math
and technology are an integral part of the
5th-8th grade experience. Extended Care
is offered 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Please call
for a brochure or to set up a tour.
Yew Chung International School (YCIS)
310 Easy St., Mountain View, 903-0986
www.ycef.com/sv
Yew Chung education aims to liberate the
joy of learning within each child. No prior
Chinese experience is required.
YCIS provides multi-cultural and bilingual,
English and Mandarin Chinese, education
to children from preschool to 5th grade.
Opus1 Music Studio
2800 W. Bayshore Road, Palo Alto, 408-821-5080
“Over Fifty Years of Academic Excellence”
Open arms, Open hearts — Opening
minds together. Every day at CPSC
holds new adventures for your children
from the youngest infant to the oldest
preschooler. Your child will experience
the joy of finger painting, the thrill of
dancing, the pleasure of building towers, and the satisfaction of mastering
pre-literacy and pre-math skills with
the support and guidance of a dedicated,
loving, multicultural teaching staff.
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confidence, creativity and
academic excellence.
Middle School - Grades 6 - 8
Nursery-8th grade, co-education, dual
language immersion day school specializing in French/English and Chinese/
English (Mandarin) programs. Celebrating more than 25 years of providing academic bilingual excellence in Palo Alto.
School accepts monolingual children
for nursery, pre-kindergarten and kindergarten. No previous second language
experience required. To learn more, visit
the Web site.
Rich international and cultural studies
Proven, Montessori approach
State-of-the-art facility
Trinity School
2650 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park, 854-0288
www.trinity-mp.org, admission@trinity-mp.org
Early childhood through grade 5. Trinity
School encourages preschool to grade 5
children from all backgrounds to love
learning. Trinity fosters rigorous academics grounded in child-centered content.
The legacy of a Trinity education is a curious mind and a discerning heart.
Woodland School
360 La Cuesta Drive, Portola Valley, 854-9065
www.woodland-school.org
Preschool-8th grade. Woodland School’s
focus is a challenging academic program
with a strong enrichment program of art,
1120 Miramonte Ave.
Mountain View, CA. 94040
650-967-1839 or www.sjmv.org
Low student-teacher ratio
www.bowmanschool.org
4000 Terman Drive
Palo Alto, CA
Tel: 650-813-9131
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333 Moffett Blvd., Mountain View, 940-1333
www.mvlaae.net
St. Joseph Catholic School offers a comprehensive curriculum with an emphasis
on religion, language arts, mathematics,
social studies and science. In addition
to the core curriculum, St. Joseph’s also
offers a fine arts program, computer
instruction and physical education.
Full Day Kindergarten – Grade 8
Comprehensive Curriculum
Fine Arts, P.E. & Tech. Instruction
After School Sports Starting in 4th Gr.
Extended Day Care
Band, Choir
Safe and Unique Environment
Individualized, self-directed program
Patient, professional instructors and
warm, clean pools make it fun to learn to
swim. Private and small group lessons for
all ages and abilities, from water babies
(3-30 months) to national champions.
Weekday and weekend lessons available
for sign-ups now.
St. Joseph Catholic School
1120 Miramonte Ave., Mountain View, 967-1839
www.sjmv.org
ince 1952, St. Joseph Catholic School in Mountain
View has believed in educating the whole child in an
environment where spiritual growth, academic excellence
and an appreciation of multicultural values are fostered. St.
Joseph Catholic School prides itself in providing a rewarding
and beneficial educational experience for everyone.
Lower School - Grades K - 5
International School of the Peninsula
151 Laura Lane, Palo Alto, 251-8504
www.istp.org, admissions@istp.org
The MV-LA Adult School has a long history and commitment to adult education.
Improve your skills. Offering: Arts and
crafts, computers, digital-camera techniques, ESL, foreign languages, genealogy,
high school programs and GED, memoirs,
motorcycle-safety training, music and
dance, needlework, orchestra, parent
education, physical fitness and vocational
education. Older-adult classes (55+, $18).
Opus1 Music Studio is offering private &
group music lessons for all kinds of instruments to aged 1.5 and up. Beginners to
advanced level.
St. Joseph Catholic Elementary School
Children’s Pre-School Center (CPSC)
4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, 493-5770
www.cpsccares.org, info@cpsccares.org
Jim Gorman Swim School
3249 Alpine Road,, Portola Valley, 854-6699 ext. 100
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and developmental guidance available.
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2800 W. Bayshore Road
650-424-1221
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2841 Junction Avenue
408-432-1644
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925-463-2885
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ART GALLERIES
“Compositions from the Mind’s Eye”
Photographs by Jessica Lord are on exhibit at Books Inc.
Cafe Gallery through April 2. 9 a.m.-11 p.m. Free. Books
Inc. Cafe Gallery, 301 Castro St., Mountain View.
CLASSES/WORKSHOPS
Connecting with your Child (5-11 years)
Explore ways to build a parent-child relationship
of trust and love through open communication
and true respect. Thu., March 13, 7-9 p.m. $30.
Parents Place, 200 Channing Ave., Palo Alto. Call
650-688-3040. www.parentsplaceonline.org
CPR Saturday Free CPR training from the
American Red Cross. Advance registration
required. Sat., March 8, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Cubberley
Community Center and others, 4000 Middlefield
Road, Palo Alto. www.redcrossCPRsaturday.org
Searching the Historic New York Times
Palo Alto City Librarians demonstrate how to
search The Historic New York Times, a collection
of more than 100 years. Part of the series
“Information You Can Use <\@> the Library”.
Wed., March 12, 10:30 a.m.-noon. Free. Main
Library, 1213 Newell Road, Palo Alto. Call
650-329-2436. www.cityofpaloalto.org/library
CLUBS/MEETINGS
Palo Alto Scrabble Just for fun. Open to
players of all levels. All equipment provided.
Mondays, ongoing, 6-10 p.m. Free. Boston
Market Restaurant, 3375 El Camino Real,
Palo Alto. Call 650-326-6243. http://groups.
yahoo.com/group/pa-scrabble
COMMUNITY EVENTS
“American Blackout” “American
Blackout” assembles evidence showing that
African-Americans -- traditionally more likely to
vote Democratic -- are being deliberately and
systematically excluded from the political process.
Tue., March 11, 7:30 p.m. $5 to $10 suggested
donation. Fellowship Hall, Palo Alto First Baptist
Church, 305 North California Ave., Palo Alto. Call
650-326-8837. peaceandjustice.org
PA High School Flea Market Music
Boosters Flea Market and Craft Faire is held on the
second Saturday of each month. All proceeds go
to the Palo Alto High School Music Department.
Sat., March 8, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Free. Palo Alto High
School, 50 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto.
CONCERTS
GISSV Musical Theater’s “Cindy” A
musical version of “Cinderella” in which the
characters have been brought up to date and
put into real-life situations. The down-trodden
Cindy yearns to be a singer, without hope of
ever achieving her dream. Yet fate has a surprise
in store. March 6-7, 7-9 p.m. $5 per person or
$10 per family. German International School of
Silicon Valley, 310 Easy St., Mountain View. Call
650-254-0748. www.gissv.org
Organ Mass Classics Congregational
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“Exchanging Views”
Exhibit of art works by contemporary artists from California and Chengde, China.
Exhibit sponsored by Heritage Bank of Commerce. Through March 23, 9 a.m.-7
p.m. Free. Mohr Gallery, Community School of Music and Arts at Finn Center,
230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View. Call 650-917-6800. www.arts4all.org
Oratorio Society and Orchestra, conducted by
Gregory Wait, will perform the Haydn “Great
Organ Mass” and the Mozart “Organsolo
Mass.” The performance will feature Robert Huw
Morgan on the Letourneau organ. Sun., March
9, 4-6 p.m. $15 general/$10 student and senior.
First Congregational Church of Palo Alto, 1985
Louis Road (at Embarcadero), Palo Alto. Call
650-856-6662. http://fccpa.org/music.htm
DANCE
Ballroom Dancing Waltz and Viennese Waltz
will be taught Fri., Mar. 7, 8 p.m. Lessons for
beginning and intermediate levels, no experience
and no partner necessary. General dance party 9
p.m.-midnight. Singles and couples welcome. Free
refreshments. Dressy casual attire. $8. Cubberley
Community Center Pavilion, 4000 Middlefield
Road, Palo Alto. Call 650-856-9930. www.
readybyte.com/fridaynightdance
Master of Gudulka! Bulgarian Violin
Nikolay Kolev, a native of Bulgarian Thrace,
has been playing gudulka since age 10. He has
performed constantly as soloist, ensemble member
and ensemble director. He will be joined by several
local musicians. Fri., March 7, 8-10 p.m. $12. Flex-It
Aerobics Studio, 425 W. Evelyn Ave., Mountain
View. Call 408-733-5529. http://dance.blochg.com
ENVIRONMENT
Indian Warriors of Thornewood
Thornewood Open Space. Learn about the early
spring wildflower called Indian Warrior with
Docents Deborah Probst and Kay Partelow.
Two-mile loop through oaks and redwoods and
up to Schilling Lake. (Note: Parking is limited and
carpooling is encouraged.) Sun., March 9, 9-11
a.m. Free. Midpeninsula Regional Open Space
District. www.openspace.org/activities
Water in the West Speakers: David Freyberg,
associate professor, civil & environmental
engineering, Stanford University; David Kennedy,
professor of history, Stanford University.
Tue., March 11, 7:30-9:15 p.m. Free. Kresge
Auditorium, Stanford University, Stanford. http://
pangea.stanford.edu/eslectures/index.php
Exploring a Sense of Place
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
Parks and Recreation Commission
Wednesday, March 12, 2008, 7:00 PM
Mountain View Senior Center
266 Escuela Avenue
Mountain View, California 94040
The City of Mountain View Parks and Recreation Commission will hold
a public hearing on Wednesday, March 12, 2008, at 7:00 p.m. regarding the
MOUNTAIN VIEW PARKS AND OPEN SPACE PLAN.
The Parks and Recreation Commission has just completed an extensive update of the Plan,
which is a comprehensive analysis of open space needs and includes ranked priorities and
implementing actions intended to direct future decisions regarding the acquisition and/or
development of public open space in Mountain View.
The plan will be available for review at the following locations:
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Mountain View Community Center, 201 S. Rengstorff Avenue,
Recreation Division Lobby
Mountain View Public Library, 585 Franklin Street
Mountain View City Hall, 500 Castro Street, City Clerk’s Office
Mountain View Web Site, www.mountainview.gov
Anyone interested in providing comments may do so by attending the meeting
or by sending written comments to the City of Mountain View Parks and
Recreation Commission, Community Services Department,
P.O. Box 7540, Mountain View, CA 94039-7540, Attn: POSP Update,
or e-mail regina.maurantonio@mountainview.gov
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Connect with the Earth, others and yourself.
Are you….
yearning for a sense of belonging
to the place where you live?
interested in obtaining a deeper
understanding of our ecosystem
and watershed?
concerned about climate change
and how to make a positive
response?
Join Exploring a Sense of Place in a year-long exploration of
our local region with some of the area’s most gifted
nautralists.. Our program begins in May, and meets
one Monday evening and one Saturday per month.
FREE Introductory evening,
RSVP NOW as space is limited
Monday, April 21 from 7 – 9 p.m.
1023 Corporation Way, Palo Alto
For more details visit us online at www.exploringsenseofplace.org,
To RSVP, call 650-328-9300 ext 12 or email
jcronin@exploringsenseofplace.org
EXHIBITS
Student Art Show “A Delicate Balance,”
exhibit of student and faculty art room the Arts
in Action program of the Community School of
Music and Arts (CSMA) will be on display through
March 14 in the rotunda. Free. Mountain View
City Hall Rotunda, 500 Castro St., Mountain View.
Call 650-917-6800. www.arts4all.org
The Art of Larry Gonick The Gallery at
Cogswell is showcasing the works of nonfiction
cartoonist Larry Gonick through Mar. to Apr. 19,
10 a.m.-6 p.m. Free. Gallery at Cogswell, 1175
Bordeaux Drive, Sunnyvale. www.cogswell.edu
Transfigurations, Exploring Transgender
Identity Jana Marcus’s black-and-white
photographs of transgender people, with their
personal stories, explore notions of masculine and
feminine. Through March 21, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Free.
Serra House, 589 Capistrano Way, Stanford. Call
650-725-0371. http://gender.stanford.edu
FAMILY AND KIDS
Arbor Day Celebration Activities for kids
at the Arbor Day celebration organized by Canopy
and the Children’s Library. Tree-themed activities
include tree stories, hands-on learning activities and
a tree walk. Sat., March 8, 1-4 p.m. Free. Children’s
Library of Palo Alto, 1276 Harriet St., Palo Alto. Call
650-964-6110. www.canopy.org
Babies & Books A workshop for pre-walking
infants and their parents featuring books, music,
lap bounces, nursery rhymes and parenting
resources. There’s time for discussion, practice, play
and socializing for parents and babies. Thu., March
13, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Free. City of Mountain View
Public Library, 585 Franklin St., Mountain View. Call
650-526-7054. http://library.mountainview.gov
FILM
Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour
of the mountain film festival comes to Los Altos
with two different shows. Features a collection of
action, environmental and adventure films. March
13-14, 7-10 p.m. $15 advance and $18 door. Eagle
Theatre at Los Altos High School, 201 Almond
Ave., Los Altos. Call 925-455-5816. http://www.
snowlands.org/activities/banff.html
HEALTH
Breathe California Better Breathers
Club Breathe California hosts Better Breathers
Club meetings on the 2nd Monday of each month
as a resource and support group for people
suffering from lung disease, and their family
members. Mon, March 10, 1:30-3 p.m. Free.
Avenidas Senior Center, 450 Bryant St., Palo Alto.
Call 408-998-5865. www.lungsrus.org
Lick the Sugar Habit How to break free from
sugar dependency. Sat., March 8, 10-11 a.m. Free.
Integrative Nutrition and Wellness Center, 277
Castro St., Mountain View.
ON STAGE
“My Fair Lady” Foothill Music Theatre
unveils the new Lohman Theatre with an
interpretation of Lerner and Loewe’s “My Fair
Lady,” featuring a two-piano accompaniment.
Feb. 22-Mar. 16, Thu.-Sat. at 8 p.m.; Sun. at
2 p.m.; special matinees March 8 and 15 at
2 p.m. $10-24. Lohman Theatre at Foothill
College, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills.
foothillmusical.com
“The Magician’s Nephew” In this C.S.
Lewis tale, two friends set forth on magical
adventures through mythical lands where they
encounter the great lion Aslan and the evil
Queen Jadis. Performed by JLS students at the
Palo Alto Children’s Theatre: Thu., March 13,
at 7:30 p.m., Fri., March 14, at 4:30 and 7:30
p.m., Sat., March 15, at 2:30 p.m. $8 adult, $4
GoingsOn
child. Palo Alto Children’s Theatre Dormouse
Stage, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. Call
650-463-4930. www.cityofpaloalto.org/depts/
csd/activities_and_recreation/attractions/
childrens_theatre.asp
RELIGION/
SPIRITUALITY
Challenge of Climate Change March 9:
Laura Stec on buying and preparing locally grown
food. 9:30-10:30 a.m. Free. 1st Presbyterian
Church, 1140 Cowper St., Palo Alto. Call
650-325-5659. www.fprespa.org
St Patrick’s Day Mass Mass will be
celebrated in the Irish language. The celebration
includes a Gaelic choir, Irish dancers, music and
a reception after mass. Sun., March 9, 11:30-2
p.m. St. Joseph Catholic Church, 582 Hope St.,
Mountain View. Call 650-868-1795.
SENIORS
Tax-return Assistance Free preparation
of state and federal tax returns provided
by IRS/AARP trained volunteers during tax
season at Mountain View Senior Center
every Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 a.m. to
noon. 266 Escuela Ave., Mountain View. Call
650-903-6330.
SPECIAL EVENTS
2008 New Year GuanXi Mixer A
networking event featuring keynote by
Steve Westly, former State Controller and a
performance by a Chinese dance group. Mon.,
March 10, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Pre-register online
$10-20; add $10 for walk ins. Computer
History Museum, 1401 N. Shoreline Blvd.,
Mountain View. http://www.cspa.com/events/
nymixer2008/index.html
TALKS/AUTHORS
“Local Girl Makes History” UCSC
professor Dana Frank has written “a wacky,
illuminating exploration of the political and
cultural currents swirling around four local
public monuments.” Los Gatos Cats, Pulgas
Water Temple, Big Basin Redwoods and
Santa Cruz’s Cave Train Ride are covered. A
book selling and signing will follow Frank’s
presentation. Thu., March 13, 7 p.m. Free.
Woodside Library, 3140 Woodside Road,
Woodside. Call 650-851-0147.
What Teens and Tweens Are Really
Doing Online The Palo Alto City Library
presents an evening for parents and educators
with Anastasia Goodstein, author of “Totally
Wired: What Teens and Tweens Are Really Doing
Online.” Cosponsored by the Friends of the
Library, PAUSD and the Palo Alto Council of PTAs.
Kepler’s will be selling the book. Wed., March 12,
7:30 p.m. Free. Palo Alto High School Haymarket
Theater, 50 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto. Call
650-463-4963. www.cityofpaloalto.org/library
Explore and Share Nature Midpeninsula
Regional Open Space Districts seeks docents for
the Daniels Nature Center. Do like to work with
elementary school students or engage visitors
Baylands. Volunteers will plant species like blueeyed grass, white yarrow, and sea lavender. All
ages welcome, no experience necessary. RSVP
required. Wed., March 12, 1-3 p.m. Free. Palo
Alto. Call 510-452-9261 ext. 119. http://www.
savesfbay.org/bayevents
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local events, see our website at
www.PaloAltoOnline.com.
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SUPPORT GROUPS
DBSA Bipolar/Unipolar Support Group
DBSA Bipolar and Depression Support Group
for consumers only. First, second and third
Wednesdays of month, ongoing. Katherine Lerer,
Facilitator. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Free. DBSA Bipolar/
Unipolar Support Group, 4153A El Camino
Way, Palo Alto. Call 650-326-6313. www.
DBSAPaloAlto.org
about the local natural environment? Training for
two programs begins in March - one weekday
and other on weekends. Inquire by March 7. Call
650-691-1200. openspace.org
Help plant natives at the Palo Alto
Baylands Help to plant native plants in the
MOUNTAIN VIEW CENTRAL
Los Altos Union
Presbyterian Church
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST
(650) 858-7700
3001 El Camino Real in Palo Alto
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MOUNTAIN VIEW - LOS ALTOS UNION HIGH
SCHOOL DISTRICT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING AND OF PROPOSAL
FOR INCREASING SCHOOL FACILITIES FEES AS
AUTHORIZED BY EDUCATION CODE SECTION 17620 AND
GOVERNMENT CODE SECTION 65995
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that immediately following a public
hearing on the matter, a resolution will be considered by the
Board of Trustees of the Mountain View-Los Altos Union High
School District at its regular meeting on March 10, 2008 at 7:00
p.m., which, if adopted by the Board, will increase development
fees established by the District against residential construction
and reconstruction to $0.99 per square foot and against new
commercial or industrial construction to $0.16 per square foot.
The proposed fees are authorized by Education Code Section
17620 and Government Code Section 65995. Data pertaining
to the cost of school facilities is available for inspection during
regular business hours at the District’s administrative offices at
1299 Bryant Avenue in Mountain View. The increased fees, if
approved by the Board of Trustees, will become effective on
May 9, 2008 which is 60 days after the proposed adoption by
the Board of the resolution levying such fee.
Saturday Services, Worship 11:00 am
Sabbath School, 10 am
Wednesday Study Groups, 10:00 am & 7:00 pm
858 University Avenue 650.948-4361
WWW.UNIONPC.ORG
Turn East on University
off El Monte Ave.
between I-280 and Foothill Expwy
1425 Springer Rd., Mtn. View Office Hours 9-1, M-Fri
Sunday Schedule: 3 Worship Times!
8:00 am Breakfast@Union #1 Worship
9:30am Breakfast@Union #2 Worship
9:45 am Church School Nursery
11:00 am Worship in the Sanctuary,
Club Sunday for Children, Nursery
650-967-2189
Unitarian
Universalist
Church of
Palo Alto
Where different beliefs
bring people together
Services: 9:30 & 11 a.m. Sunday Sch: 9:30 & 11 a.m. Forum: 9 a.m.
505 E. Charleston Rd. Palo Alto (650) 494-0541 www.uucpa.org
Los Altos
Lutheran
Church
ELCA
is excited
Pastor David K. Bonde
Outreach Pastor
Gary Berkland
9:00 am Worship
10:30 am Education
Nursery Care Provided
Alpha Courses
to share this campus and welcomes
Launching
Sunday, February 10th
A campus of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church
Services 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
FPCMV Sunday Services: Bible Study 9 AM,
and Worship Service 10:30 AM
650-948-3012
460 S. El Monte Ave., Los Altos
www.losaltoslutheran.org
To include your Church in Inspirations
Please call Blanca Yoc at 650-326-8210 ext. 221
or e-mail
byoc@paweekly.com
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135 Group Activities
Art
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Art/Spring workshops for kids
BRAIN INJURY SUPPORT GROUP - $1
Clay fun for Preschool kids!
Free Reiki Treatments
NATURE/OUTDOORS Events Calendar
Scrabble-Bstn Mkt-Mon Evg-Free
Trouble with food?
140 Lost & Found
You Can Go Carbon Neutral! $50
Found Currency
Nov. 2007 owner must provide details
re: where & how lost, total amount &
denomin. Contact Nancy Gable, Menlo
Park Police (650) 330-6334
Art 4 Growth
found tan 35 lb short hair puppy
Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA)
Found: Lucky ring
Dancer Dejour Retail Store
Lost jewelry - Reward
Earn $$$
Lost Dog - Yellow Lab
Emerson School Open Houses
Friday Night Chess
A BABY BOOMER ???
Donate Vehicle
running or not accepted! Free Towing.
Tax Deductible. Noahs Arc - Support No
Kill Shelters, Animal Rights, Research to
Advance Veterinary Treatments, Cures.
1-866-912-GIVE. (Cal-SCAN)
220 Computers/
Electronics
260 Sports &
Exercise Equipment
new HP 14 ink cartridge - $ 5.
BOWLING BALL - $15.00
FREE Satellite TV
Golf Clubs New & Used - Call
Donate Your Car
Children’s Cancer Fund! Help Save A
Child’s Life Through Research & Support!
Free Vacation Package. Fast, Easy &
Tax Deductible. Call 1-800-252-0615.
(Cal-SCAN)
Xcel ;apple Macbook 13-inch 2.0g $800
New Women’s K2 Cadence LS Roller
- $88
68 Ford Mustang 1968 Mustang $4200.00
BMW 1984 318i
1984 BMW 318i. Cute, classic 2-door,
stick shift. $1250 obo. 650-856-6637.
BMW 1998 740i
Mint cond. 103K. DrkGrn/Tan, Loaded.
All records. $10,250K. 650-364-7733.
ROLLER BLADES - 12.00
230 Freebies
Rowboat 16’ Dory - $750
filing cabinet 4 drw. - FREE
Ski, Rossignol 9X Pro - $125
FREE MULCH & FIREWOOD - FREE
Skis, Dynastar Speed SX - $140
235 Wanted to Buy
skis, rossignol 7x - $100
Antique dolls
Wooden Canoe - $ 700
240 Furnishings/
Household items
3 stunning wood dining sets - $12,000
BMW 2003 M3 - $7800
Beautiful Antique Oak Dresser - $889
Cable Tire Chains - $15
Car Trailer 650 390-9921 - $500
Black Antique Marble Clock Circ $894.00
Lost grey bird w/ red cheeks
Chevrolet Pickup 4WD 1997 Silverado
Z71 1500 - $7500
Buffet - French,
$3,999.99
Lost Mature Siamese Cat
Has microchip. 650-964-0114
Ford 1998 Eddie Bauer Expediton $6900
chrome towel warmer - $40.00
Runaway Cat!
Ford 2001 Escape XLT 4WD - $8725 obo
145 Non-Profits Needs
Funfraiser/Walkathon
Ford Explorer 1998 Eddie Bauer
Edition
86,500mls,6 cylinder,5-Speed,4x4 AWD
one owner,650-815-1267
Mozart and the Enlightenment
150 Volunteers
Jeep 2003 Grand Cherokee OVERLAND
- $15,995
One Stop Dance & Theater Store
Support Tropical Reforestation!
Lexus 1996 LS400 - $9,500
Prosperity
A Great Opportunity Awaits YOU!
Reiki 2 Energy Healing Class
Silicon Valley Singles Mixer
GREEN Home Improve Contractor
HORSE SHOW MARCH 16 SPRING
DOWN
circa
1880,
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Kid’s
Stuff
330 Child Care Offered
!! WE CLEAN YOUR HOUSE!!
How to fund childcare -Divorce
Crate & Barrel Picnic Basket - $75
Get spousal funding 4 child c
HANDCROCHET BEDSPREAD - $125.00
Large Porcelaine platter, French $274.99
Camp reviews - Neighbor.com
Leather couch - $295.00
Experienced Nanny
Avail. F/T. CDL, CPR. Exp. with newborns
and toddlers. dtroche2003@yahoo.com
Magnavox Television - $30
Experienced nanny for you!
My Whole House of Furniture II - $varies
Experienced nanny/housekeeper
Great nanny looking for full tim
Mercedes 2002 ML500 Suv - $14900.
NEW- 8’ 8” x 10’ 6” Karastan Emp
- $1,250
Are YOU a Sports Fan?
Mercedes 2002 ML500 SUV - $17,900.
Oak China Hutch - $225
Are YOU up to the Challenge?
Mercedes 2002 ML500 SUV - $15,900.
Rustic Euro dining - $4,500
Tibetan Rinpoche Speaks, 3/9
Attract prosperity! Dorjee Rinpoche
offers sacred meditation & prosperity
empowerment: 3/9, 2-4 p.m. Darshana
Yoga, 654 High St., 650-325-YOGA.
Be a Friend! Make a Difference!
shark hand vac - $20.00
Become a Mentor! Once a week!
Mercedes Benz 1970 280 SEL
Clean, show piece; new tires; runs,
transmission problem (might be minor. A
steal at $450. 650.521.0454
Bilingual Volunteer Receptionist
Subaru 1995 Legacy LS - $4100
Wittenberg Choir
Bipolar Weight Loss Study
TOYOTA 2005 MATRIX - $13000
Three section
$3,999.99
130 Classes &
Instruction
Children’s Art Docents
Issues with food?
JKD Self Defense School
Military Veterans
GERMAN Language Class
Instruction for Hebrew
Bar and Bat Mitzvah
For Affiliated and Unaffiliated
George Rubin, M.A. in
Hebrew/Jewish Education
650/424-1940
Bilingual Outreach Associate
Be a Mentor! Change a Life!
Do You Have Bipolar Disorder?
Exciting Mentoring Opportunity!
foster a shy tame cat in need
Fosterers for NASA cats needed
Gallery Shop Volunteer
Have Fun! Be a Mentor!
Library Volunteers Needed
Weekend Expressive Art Workshop
Outdoor Cat Feeders Needed
133 Music Lessons
Outreach Associate
A Piano Teacher
Children & Adults
Ema Currier (650)493-4797
Read to Children
Readers for the Blind Needed
Senior Games volunteers needed
Barton-Holding Music Studio
Instruction, All Levels. Roger Emanuels,
cello and Laura Barton, vocals.
650/965-0139
Stanford University Research
Hope Street Studios
In Downtown Mountain View
Most Instruments, Voice
All Ages, All Levels
(650) 961-2192
volunteers needed to visit
Jazz & Pop Piano Lessons
Learn how to build chords & improvise.
Bill Susman, M.A., Stanford. (650)9067529
McCool Piano Lessons
566-9391MP
mccoolpiano.com
5 min walk fr. Burgess gym
Piano Lessons
Taught in your home.
Member MTAC & NGPT.
Specializing in beginners.
Karen, (650)233-9689
Piano Lessons in Palo Alto
Call Alita (650)838-9772
Treatment Study for Anorexia
Volunteer Receptionist
152 Research Study
Volunteers
Chronic Pain Patients needed
for a 12 visit research study. No Drugs.
If interested, contact (650)585-5304
or elaramee@omneuron.com
FREE Breast Cancer Workshop
210 Garage/Estate
Sales
PA: 4111 Alma St., 3/8, 9-3
St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church
Rummage Sale.
Palo Alto, 878 Northampton Drive,
March 8, 8-12
Estate Sale-Dining room, kitchen
table,kitchen items, stereo cabinets,
tools, household items and more.....
Everything must go!!
Palo Alto, Palo Alto High School
Flea Market, 50 Embarcadero Rd,
Mar. 8, 9 AM to 3 PM
Music Boosters Flea Market and
Craft Faire is held on the second
Saturday of each month. All proceeds
go to the Palo Alto High School
Music Department. For information,
call (650) 324-3532.
Redwood City, 318 Roble Ave, March
8 8-3
High quality, good items. Clothes
bedding,kitchen
items,
vases,
EVERYTHING! LOTS of good stuff.
Violin-Classical, fiddle, jazz
Kids & adults. MV & Cupertino. MM,
Eastman; tchg credential; former SJ
Symphony. 408/446-5744
201 Autos/Trucks/
Parts
Voice Lessons
Voice lessons in Emerald Hills.
Experienced in performance and teaching, Ca tchng cred. Linda Draggett
Tel. 650-368-7531 Piano lessons also
available.
$500 Police Impounds
Cars from $500! Tax Repos, US Marshal
and IRS sales! Cars, Trucks, SUVs,
Toyotas, Hondas, Chevys, more! For
listings, call 1-800-706-1759 X6443
(AAN CAN)
Teak Entertainment Center - $100
French
Armoire
-
TV Armoire,leather ottoman
245 Miscellaneous
Sawmills from Only $2990
Convert your Logs To Valuable Lumber
with your own Norwood portable band
sawmill. Log skidders also available.
www.NorwoodSawmills.com/300N
-FREE Information: 1-800-578-1363 x300-N. (Cal-SCAN)
hyundai 2002 accent - $4500
2 Altamesa cemetary plots
408-206-7010 Principals only
Auto creeper - $200.00
Barbies and toys for sale
BMW 2003 325i, for sale - $17,500
Craftsman 12” Table Saw
Craftsman 12” table saw complete with
all its parts and manual. It has a a 240
volt motor. It is in excellent condition. In
good working condition. All metal construction. Include in the price is an drill
press. Drill is in good working order.
Large Clay Planting Pots - $15 Each
Large Terracotta pots - $25.00
Lexus 2002 SC430, for sale - $32,750
MANICURIST CABINET - $35.00
French Wall clock circa 1925-19 - $749.99
Medical Icing Machine - $15
Armoire - French circa 1880 - $3,999.99
Mitsubishi 2005 Galant - $10,500
Authentic French Antique chairs - $50.00
New Women’s K2 Cadence LS Roller
- $99
PORTABLE HEATER - 25.00
JOHN WAYNE PLATES
Scroll Saw—23 in. - $100.00
Large Porcelaine platter, French $274.99
Sport Court Basketball - $3, 700.00
Three section French Armoire- - $3,999.99
Mary Poppins For Hire!
All ages. CPR cert., TrustLine, top refs.
650/529-9808
Nanny available ASAP
NANNY AVAILABLE! FUN,RESPONSIBLE
Nanny/Preschool Experience
Pt nanny available
215 Collectibles &
Antiques
Stamp album - $60
LOVING & CARING NANNY AVAILABLE
Ford 2001 Escape XLT 4WD - $8950
Large Concrete Fountain - 65
Diecast Scale Models
Live Out Nanny/House Manager
Nelly’s Childcare and Pre-School Depends
LADIES DOWN JACKET - $35.00
Buffet - French, circa 1880, - $3,999.99
Little Ages in home childcare
I am so excited to open my home
to children from18 months to 5
years old. “Children will be encouraged to have fun while learning”
I have been a Pre- school teacher for the last six years and
I have a certificate in E.C.E.
Thank you for reading my ad
and please see http://www.littleages.com/ for more information.
License # 414002307
Dog Crate/Kennel X/Large - $100
Redwood City, 435 5th Ave, March 8,
2008 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Black Antique Marble Clock Circ $849.00
For Sale
Teak Entertainment Center - $95
walker w/wheels - 30.00
250 Musical
Instruments
340 Child Care
Wanted
live in or live out nanny needed
Help with household, care for infant, toddler, preschooler - 650-325-3261
Nanny Companion P/T
for delightful 14 y/o boy. Mon. and
Tues., 4-8pm. Own car, English speaking. 650/321-1920
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Food Delights
Under the Tropics
(650) 251-8519 • SummerCamp@istp.org • www.istp.org
3233 Cowper Street (N-K) & 151 Laura Lane (1st - 8th)
June 30 - August 1
Summer Camp
Sign up today!
Put on a whole show in 2 weeks with
costumes, sets and much more!
www.HopeMusicalTheatre.com
(650) 568-3332
(2nd grade-12th)
To include your school or camp
in Summer Fun, Please call
650-326-8210
Irene x213 Mark x212
350 Preschools/
Schools/Camps
Carillon Open House - 3/8
Montessori Preschool
Ages 3-6. Environment designed for
learning and exploration. 650/8570655. www.growingtreepreschool.com
Twins in Saratoga
3 yr old boy and girl
8:30-6:30, $900 + med.
Waldorf preschool
Mornings in Mt. View
Active 13 month old boy
9:00-1:00, M-Th, $17/hr
355 Items for Sale
BRIO TRAIN SET - 75
650-462-4580
500 Help Wanted
Playmobil Fire Engines - 75
Bookkeeper - Real Estate
Caregivers / CNAs / HHAs
Visiting Angels (Sunnvyale) has immediate openings! Exp w/elderly requried. Full-time, part-time, overnights
& live-in. Flexible schedule, top pay,
medical benefits & BONUSES! (408)
735-0983
Substitute Teacher WANTED
Weekend Nanny
345 Tutoring/Lessons
Clay!
-
French & Spanish for Adults
French Native Teacher
All levels and ages. SAT, AP, conversation
for travelers and business professionals.
Hessen Camille Ghazal, Ph.D. 650/9659696
French, Spanish for HS students
Language Experts
Experienced
European
FrenchSpanish Teacher with degree. Kids,
high schoolers, special programs for
adults. (650)691-9863 (650)804-5055
www.languagesexpert.com
Math & Spanish Specialists K-16 - $40
to $80 p/h
One-to-One Tutoring Service
Physics-Chemistry-Biology Tutors
FOGSTER.COM
Jobs
kids’ adidas soccer shoes, 4 1/2 - $12
www.spnannies.com
Art:Classes,B-parties,
6507990235
Free Personality & IQ Testing
Your IQ, personality and aptitude determine your future. Know them. No obligations. 408-390-8431
425 Health Services
Medical Marijuana
Consultations. In home or meet locally.
http://www.wallymarshmd.com
or
805-588-3145. (AAN CAN)
Stop Your Cravings!
Proven
Nutritional
Coaching
for
Addictions
www.MyHappyBrain.com
445 Music Classes
Music lessons, voice, piano
Performance.
Confidence.
Experienced.
University
Instructor. 650-965-2288
Piano Lessons in Palo Alto
Call Alita (650)838-9772
450 Personal Growth
FREE DIET SAMPLE PACK
medical front office
Small Pediatric office in Palo Alto
seeks front office help 20-30 hours/
wk. Salary includes medical and dental for qualified person. Must be
cheerful on the phone and experienced with computers.
Packages processing manager
needed
MAIL
PACKAGES
from
home
without
leaving
your
current
job. Easy! Ship parcels from
our
clients.
Get
paid
$24
per parcel! Info: http://rapiddeliverysystem.com/line/vacancies/
Fogster.com
THE PENINSULA’S FREE
CLASSIFIEDS WEBSITE
Program Assistant-Activities
FT/PT Assist with planning and leading
activities at Peninsula Volunteers Rosener
House Adult Day Svcs. Sensitivity to
needs of older adults w/disabilities reqd.
Assist with personal care. Bkgrnd ck
required. e-mail cover letter and resume
to jobs@peninsulavolunteers.org or fax
(940)991-0126 EOE
Swim Instructors
Must like children. Good pay, bonuses.
Must have swim background. Will train.
Location: Jordan Jr. H.S. 15 instructors
needed. Only 4 days/week. P/T, F/T.
9:00-5:30 Call Carol, 650-493-5355 or
Email: c-mac@mindspring.com
525 Adult Care Wanted
Male Attendant
Exp. Eves and weekends, west Menlo.
N/S, N/D. 650/568-7906
550 Business
Opportunities
$700-$800K Free Cash Grants
Programs - 2008!, Personal bills,
School, Business/Housing. Approx. $49
billion unclaimed 2007! Almost Everyone
Qualifies! Live Operators 1-800-5920362 Ext. 235. (AAN CAN)
Absolutely All Cash
Your Own Local Vending Route. 30
Machines and Candy for $9,995.
MultiVend LLC, 880 Grand Blvd., Deer
Park, NY. 1-888-625-2405. (Cal-SCAN)
America’s Favorite Coffee
Dist. Guaranteed Accounts. Multi Billion
$ Industry. Unlimited Profit Potential.
Free Info. 24/7 1-800-729-4212. (CalSCAN)
Movie Extras, Actors, Models!
Make $100-$300/day. No Experience
Required, Meet celebrities, Full Time/Part
Time, All looks needed! Call Now! 1-800556-6103. extension 528 (AAN CAN)
Mystery Shoppers
Get paid to shop! Retail/Dining establishments need undercover clients to judge
quality/customer service. Earn up to $70
a day. Call 800-901-9370 (AAN CAN)
500 Help Wanted
Multimedia Advertising
SALES CAREER
Embarcadero Publishing Company publishes 6 community newspapers
and produces award winning special publications and websites. Our sales
division is growing and we are looking for dynamic sales reps who want to
be part of a leading, locally owned, media company.
Inside Sales Reps
We are looking for dynamic, outgoing, professional inside sales representatives who will be based in our Palo Alto office.
The successful candidate will have:
• Excellent communication skills: in person, on the phone, and through the
internet
• Great enthusiasm for helping small to medium sized businesses market
themselves to consumers
• Serious work ethic - ready to go the extra mile to service your clients
• Ability to generate ideas, concepts and have the vision to present this to
local and regional businesses
• Ability to work in a team environment – contributing to the growth of the
overall organization, as well as your specific territory/account list
This position offers a base salary, commissions, 401k and excellent health
benefits.
If you feel you are a qualified candidate for this position and want to grow
your sales career with a dynamic media company, please send your resumГ© to
Adam Cone, Inside Sales Manager
acone@paweekly.com
Qualified candidates will be contacted for a personal interview.
Business for Sale
Established 6 years, owner works 15
hours per week, nets 120k, will train. 5K
down. 1-800-494-7740. (Cal-SCAN)
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2008 HORSEMANSHIP CAMPS
Winter Camp:
February 18-22
Spring Camp:
March 17-21
April 14-18
1 Day Mini Camps: May 31 & June 7
Intermediate/
Advanced Camp: June 16-19
Summer Camps:
Session I:
freshman experience
June 16-June 27
Session II:
June 30-July 11
Session III:
July 14-25
Session IV:
July 28-August 8
Session V:
August 11-22
Register online
www.sfhs.com
sports & activity
advanced sports
To include your
school or camp
in Summer Fun,
Please call 650326-8210
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x212
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725 Portola Rd., Portola Valley
(650) 851-1114
www.springdown.com
TENNIS TENNIS!!
TENN
Summer Camp
Promoting multicultural awareness,
environmental & social justice. Camping, Backpacking, Farm
Animals, Organic Gardening, Life long friendships & much more.
Day Camp for ages 6 through 9
Residential Camps for ages 9 through 17
One and two week sessions begin June 16th through August 15th
Register Online: www.hiddenvilla.org
26870 Moody Rd, Los Altos Hills, CA 94022
560 Employment
Information
Awesome First Job!
Now hiring motivated sharp individuals to
work and travel entire USA. Paid training.
Transportation, lodging furnished. Call
today, Start today. 1-877-646-5050.
(Cal-SCAN)
Cool Travel Job!!
One Month paid Training! $500 Sign on
Bonus. Must be free to travel & Start
Today. 1-800-735-7409. (AAN CAN)
Data Entry Processors
Needed! Earn $3,500-$5,000 Weekly
Working from Home! Guaranteed
Paychecks!
No
Experience
Necessary!
Positions
Available
Today!
Register
Online
Now!
http://www.BigPayWork.com (AAN CAN)
Driver
CDL Training: $0 down, financing by
Central Refrigerated. Drive for Central,
earn up to $40k+ 1st year! 1-800-5870029 x4779. www.CentralDrivingJobs.
net (Cal-SCAN)
32
650-949-8641
Alan Margot’s
Champion Tennis Camps
July 28 - August 15 • ages 4-14
@ Atherton Tennis Center
650-752-0540
www.alanmargot-tennis.net
Driver - $5K Sign On Bonus
for Experienced Teams: Dry Van & Temp
Control available. O/Os & CDL-A Grads
welcome. Call Covenant 1-866-6842519 EOE. (Cal-SCAN)
Earn Extra Income
Assembling CD cases from Home. Start
Immediately. No Experience Necessary.
1-800-405-7619 ext. 150. http://www.
easywork-greatpay.com (AAN CAN)
Drivers - Regional Runs!
Van and Flatbed. Ask about qualifying for
5 raises in a year! No exp? CDL Training
available. Tuition reimbursement. 877232-2386 www.SwiftTruckingJobs.com
(Cal-SCAN)
Electrician Apprentices
Get plugged in to your career. Get handson experience as an electrician working in
appliances, power generation and lighting
systems. No experience required. Must
be 17-34 with a H.S. diploma. Call 1-800345-6289 today. (Cal-SCAN)
Drivers:
LOOKING FOR CDL Drivers with 5+
years of experience. Your weekly pay
is based on a rising scale of .36 -.41
per mile. McKELVEY 1-800-410-6255.
(Cal-SCAN)
Home Refund Jobs
Earn $3,500-$5000 Weekly Processing
Company Refunds Online! Guaranteed
Paychecks! No Experience Needed! Positions
Available Today! Register Online Now! http://
www.RebateWork.com (AAN CAN)
Drivers: Love Your Job!
Bonus and Paid Orientation. 36-43 cpm.
Earn over $1000 weekly. Excellent
Benefits. Class A and 3 months recent
OTR required. 800-635-8669. (CalSCAN)
Media Make-Up Artists
Earn up to $500/day for television, CD/
videos, film, fashion. One week course
in Los Angeles while building portfolio.
Brochure 310-364-0665 http://www.
MediaMakeupArtists.com (AAN CAN)
No phone number in the ad? Go to
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Outdoor Youth Counselor
Do you love the outdoors and helping
troubled
teens?
Immediate
openings at Eckerd outdoor therapeutic
programs in NC, TN, GA, FL, VT, NH and RI.
Year-round residential position, free room &
board, competitive salary, benefits. Info and
apply online: www.eckerdyouth.org. Or fax
resume to Career Advisor/AN, 727-4425911. EOE/DFWP (AAN CAN)
Post Office Now Hiring
Average pay $20/hr or $57K/yr
includes Federal Benefits and OT.
Offered by Exam Services, not affiliated
w/ USPS who hires. 1-866-616-7019.
(AAN CAN)
Sponsored CDL Training
No Experience Needed! Earn $40k-$75K
in your new career! Stevens Transport
will sponsor the total cost of your CDL
training! Excellent Benefits &and 401K!
No Money Down! No Credit Checks!
EOE. Call Now! 1-800-358-9512, 1-800333-8595. www.BecomeADriver.com
(Cal-SCAN)
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For Ages 5 -16
Half and All-Day Options
Our 14th Year Serving the Bay Area
Los Altos, Palo Alto, Santa Clara,
Sunnyvale and many other locations
Game Design, Robotics,
LEGO Projects with Motors,
3D Movie Making, JAVA Programming
www.techknowhowkids.com
(650) 620-9300
LEGO is a trademark of the LEGO Company, which does not own or operate this camp.
Hostel/Facility Rental Houskeepe
Responsibilities include cleaning and
maintaining the hostel buildings/
grounds; Josephine’s Retreat, and set
up and clean up related to facility
rentals. P/T, 8 hours per week, nonexempt position which runs March
to May and September to November.
Must have valid CDL and able to lift 25
lbs. Must be willing to be fingerprinted. Email resume to jobs@hiddenvilla.
org. Mail: Hidden Villa, 26870 Moody
Road, Los Altos Hills, CA 94022.
Phone 650-949-8648
Business
Services
624 Financial
Cash
Immediate Cash for Structured
Settlements, Annuities, Law Suits,
Inheritance, Mortgage Notes and Cash
Flows. J.G. WENTWORTH #1 1-800-7947310. (AAN CAN)
Consolidate Bills
Good/bad credit Welcome. $2,500 $200,000. No application fees. Save
Money Now! SOLUTIONS FOR ALL YOUR
FINANCIAL NEEDS. 1-866-931-BILL
(2455). http://www.PaylessSolutions.
com (AAN CAN)
Credit Repair
Erase bad credit legally. Money back
warranty, FREE consultation and
information: 1-866-410-7676 http://
w w w. n a t i o n a l c r e d i t b u i l d e r s . c o m
(AAN CAN)
604 Adult Care Offered
628 Graphics/
Webdesign
Geriatric Care Management —Clark Consulting 650-879-9030
PA Website Designer
paloaltodesign@gmail.com
MARKETPLACE the printed version of
THE PENINSULA’S FREE CLASSIFIEDS WEBSITE
TO RESPOND TO ADS WITHOUT PHONE NUMBERS
GO TO WWW.FOGSTER.COM
Injured?
While crossing the street? You may be
able to recover even if you were cited
or the other party had no insurance. Call
800-801-0281 for Free Recorded message. (Cal-SCAN)
Advertise!
Newspaper advertising works! Reach
6 million Californians! 240 newspapers
statewide. $550 for a 25-word classified ad. Call (916) 288-6019 elizabeth@cnpa.com www.Cal-SCAN.com
(Cal-SCAN)
Display Advertising!
Reach over 3 million Californians in 140
community newspapers. Cost $1,800
for a 3.75”x2” display ad (Super value
that works out to about $12.86 per
newspaper). Call (916) 288-6019 elizabeth@cnpa.com www.Cal-SCAN.com
(Cal-SCAN)
News or Press Release
Service? The California Press Release
Service is the only service with 500 current daily, weekly and college newspaper
contacts in California. Questions call
(916) 288-6010. www.CaliforniaPressR
eleaseService.com (Cal-SCAN)
650 Pet Care/
Grooming/Training
All Animals Happy House
Pet Sitting Services by
Licensed,
insured,
650-323-4000
Susan
refs.
Dog Training
*Classes start Mon., March 17
at
Holbrook Palmer Park, Ath.
*Classes for Puppies, Beginners
Canine Good Citizen,
Rally, Agility, Advanced.
*Outings: Training,
Exercising,
Socializing.
Please call 650/851-5500, box 4
Cici’s Housecleaning
20 yrs. exp. Excellent references.
Service for your home or business.
Legal res. Call (650)464-6715
Complete Housecleaning Service
& Help at Parties
oo
Much To Do
?
645 Office/Home
Business Services
Best Housecleaner 10 yrs. exp.
*No job too small* Free estimates 650679-2066
T
640 Legal Services
3 HR Minimum
Available Mon-Sat.
We clean the way you want!
Dial A Maid
Call Ann
(650) 948-2599 (408) 737-1741
www.dialamaidcleaners.com
Est. 1982 Lic/Bond
Francisca Deep Housecleaning
Good refs & exp. 650-771-1414 or
650-298-8212
Housecleaning Available
18 years exp. Excellent refs. Good
rates, own car. Maria, 650/323-2363 or
650/207-4609 (cell)
Irene’s Housekeeping Services
Affordable, prof. and personalized. Special requests welcome.
Compassionate to senior needs. Can
work around kids. Great refs. 650/8146297
Jose’s Janitorial Service
Professional House Cleaning, Offices
* Window Washing * Commercial
Residential * Husband & Wife
References (650)322-0294
Marias Housecleaning Services
Res/Comml. Personal service. Ironing.
Mon-Sat. 10 yrs exp, refs, free est. Call
Maria: 650/328-6952; cell, 650/4655806
Mendez Cleaning Service 10 yrs. exp.
Daily, weekly, monthly. Lic’d. Residential.
Good refs/rates. Cell: 650-630-1566 or
650-364-3149
Stewart Electric
Residential Electric
& Lighting Services.
Lic #745186
(408)745-7115 or (408)368-6622
737 Fences & Gates
Fences - Decks - Retaining Walls
Stairs. Reasonable prices. Lic.
#786158. Al, 650/269-7113 or
650/853-0824
748 Gardening/
Landscaping
Beckys Landscape
Weekly, Biweekly & Periodic Maint.
Annual Rose, Fruit Tree Pruning, Yard
Clean-ups, Demolition, Excavation,
Irrigation, Sod, Planting, Raised Beds,
Ponds, Fountains, Patios, Decks.
650/493-7060
Ceja’s Home & Garden Landscape
Sprinklers, Sod, tree trimming,
Stump
Removal.
Cleanups.
Maint.
Free
Est.
15
yrs.
814-1577; www.cejalandscaping.com
• YARD
• LANDSCAPE
MAINTENANCE
• ESTATE SERVICE
• NEW LAWNS
FREE ESTIMATE
RENOVATION
• SPRINKLER
SYSTEMS
(650)367-1420
Gaeta's Landscape
Complete Garden Maintenance
Pavers, flagstone, brick work, BBQs,
sprinkler, retaining walls, wood
fences, lights. Refs & Free Estimate!
(650) 368-1458
Andre Ballowe Services
703 Architecture/
Design
Design/Permits
One Stop Place for Your Remodeling
Design needs. Complete Plans included. Structural Engineering and Energy
Compliance (T-24). ADW 650/969-4980
Envision Interiors
Interior Design on any budget www.
envisioninteriors.net
www.MadsonDesign.com
Artful & budget-conscious residential
design. (415) 334-2291
704 Audio/Visual
AV Pros
Custom Home Theater, DirecTV
sales/instal.
Speakers/voice/data.
Flat screen HDTV. Install Antennas.
Security Cameras, inwall wiring. Insured.
(650)965-8498
710 Carpentry
Cabinetry-Individual Design
Precise, 3-D Computer Modeling
Mantels, Bookcases, Workplaces
Wall
Units,
Window
Seats
Ned Hollis 650-856-9475
715 Cleaning Services
2 person team.
We do the same service as everyone else-but the difference is: “we
love to do it!” Steam spot clng avail
Lic.# 28276, Call (650)369-7570
www.FlorLauHousecleaning.com
Affordable Housecleaning Service in
Your Neighborhood
Refs avail. 20 yrs. exp. Reliable. 650222-0058
Rosa’s House Cleaning
18 yrs exp. exc refs, friendly, reliable
Rosa 650-743-3059
Rosie’s Housecleaning Service
Res./Comm’l. Service guaranteed, great
refs. Owner supervised work. 408/9914300; 650/868-3530
Sandra’s Housecleaning
Good refs/qual. Clean house/ apts/windows. 650-759-2960
Yanet’s House Cleaning
Cell (650) 630-3279 (650) 906-7712
719 Remodeling/
Additions
Andre Ballowe Services
DOMICILE CONSTRUCTION
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
NEW Construction
ROOM Additions
KITCHEN & BATH Remodeling
D&M
Larry’s Handyman Service
Various repairs & install, gutter clean/
repair, assemble anything, plumbing,
electrical, locks, blinds, much more.
12 yrs. quality work. 650-856-0831
Palo Alto
needs
CONSTRUCTION
• Remodels • Repairs
• Tile • Carpentry • Decks
• Elec/Plumbing • Painting
Call E. Marchetti
for Free Estimate
Excellent Local References
(650) 347-8359 Lic.#623885
Fax(650)344-6518
Building Ideas Inc.
D.A.S. Construction
Save Big $$$$$$
Tile, stucco, taping and painting.
Interior/exterior. 10 years exp. Call me!
650/568-3106
759 Hauling
ATLAS HAULING
Commercial & Residential
Reasonable & Reliable
• Free Estimates
• Furniture • Trash
• Appliances
• Wood • Yard Waste
• Construction • Debris
• Rental Clean-Up
LaPoint Remodeling
726 Decor & Drapery
Design Impact
Blinds, shades, shutters,drapery,
cur tains
and
valances.
Contact:
Asmita
Deshpande
Phone: 408-568-6947
730 Electrical
Alex Electric
Lic #784136. Free Est.
All electrical
Alex, (650)366-6924
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
License #907806
Farias Painting
Interior/Exterior. Drywall, crown
moulding,
baseboards.
Avail.
24/7. 25 yrs exp. 650/814-1910;
650/248-6911 (c)
Gary Rossi PAINTING
Residential/Commercial. Wall paper
removal. Licensed (#559953) and
Bonded. Free est. 650/345-4245
HDA Painting & Drywall
Exterior & Interior Painting
Complete Drywall Service
13 Yrs Exp. • Licensed •
650/207-7703
hdapainting@yahoo.com
* Additions
* Light Commercial
* New Construction
* Demo & Clean-Up
(650) 482-9090
Fax (650) 234-1045
(408) 888-0445
No Job Too Big Or Small!
J&G HAULING SERVICE
Misc. junk, office, appliances, garage,
storage, etc, clean-ups. Old furniture, refrigerators, freezers. FREE
ESTIMATES 650/368-8810
STYLE PAINTING
Interior/exterior. Quality prep to finish.
Owner operated. Reasonable prices.
Lic 903303. 650/388-8577
WWW.DJMCCANNCONSTRUCTION.COM
Need help with your gardening or landscaping job.monthly maintenance and
new landscaping We are here to help. Free
estimates. We are licensed and insured.
paulino 650-537-0804, paulinovalle@
yahoo.com
Japanese Gardener
Maintenance * Garden works
Clean ups * Pruning
(650)327-6283, evenings
Jesus Garcia Landscaping
Maintenance - Sprinklers - New Fences.
(650)366-4301 ask for Jesus or
Carmen
Landas
Gardening/Landscaping
Service Maintenance
Clean-ups, new lawns, tree cutting/trimming. Ramon (510) 494-1691, 650/5766242 Excel. Ref’s!
Leo
Garcia
Landscape/
Maintenance
Lawn & Irrig. install, retain walls. Res
& Co. maint., tree trim/removal. Cleanups, grdn lighting, cust. arbors. Install:
Fences, decks, flagstone, paver. Free
Est. Lic’d. (650)369-1477
Luis Vargas Gardening
Complete Garden/Landscape
Maintenance * Sprinklers Repairs *
Clean up * Replants
Flagstone *
Patios * Pavers Excellent Local Refs
650/796-1954
M. Sanchez General Landscaping
and Design
Concrete, patios, driveways, flagstone,
lacking pavers, new lawns, planting,
irrigation, garden lighting, clean-ups.
New installation & repairs. Lic.#860920
(650)444-7072, 342-1392
PLACE AN AD by E-MAIL at
FOGSTER.COM
DECORATIVE PAINT SOLUTIONS
Visit www.tracyboyko.com
Free Estimates (415) 516-1480
7 DAYS A WEEK!
NOTICE TO READERS
California law requires that contractors taking jobs that total $500 or
more (labor and/or materials) be
licensed by the Contractors State
License Board. State law also
requires that contractors include their
license numbers on all advertising.
Check your contractor’s status at
www.cslb.ca.gov or 800-321-CSLB
(2752). Unlicensed persons taking
jobs that total less than $500 must
state in their advertisements that they
are not licensed by the Contractors
State License Board.
754 Gutters
Wallpapering by Trish
24 years of experience
Free Estimates
949-1820
775 Asphalt/Concrete
767 Movers
Bulk Land Sale
80 acres - $49,900. Take advantage
of buyers market and own beautiful
mountain property. Price reduced on
large acreage in Arizona’s wine country.
Won’t last! Good access and views.
Wildlife abounds at Eureka Springs
Ranch. Financing available. Offered by
AZLR. ADWR report. 1-877-301-5263.
(Cal-SCAN)
ads@fogster.com
Roe General Engineering
Asphalt
*
Paving
*
Sealing
New Construction and Repairs
30 years exp. No job too small
Lic #663703 * 650/814-5572
779 Organizing
Services
End the Clutter & Get Organized
Residential organizing
by Debra Robinson
(650)941-5073
Put order back in your life!
Get Organized Today
RedToteOrganizers.com
Cristina at 650-302-5294
783 Plumbing
Bayshore Plumbers
Lic. #905661. Service, drains and
repairs. 21 years exp., comml./residential. Insured. 650-323-6464 or
408/250-0568
Gutter & Window Cleaning
Contact Jose at (650)207-7452
Cal. Lic. #627843 • Bonded • Insured
650-366-8335
Interior & Exterior
Great Refs & Low Rates
Lic. 52643 (650) 575-2022
Don Pohlman’s Painting
* Detailed Craftsmanship
* Excel. Restorative Prep
* Great Local References
650/799-7403 * Lic. 635027
751 General
Contracting
A European Contractor
For all your construction
Call Sheila: 650/861-2274
Christine’s Wallpapering
Interior
Painting
Removal/Prep * Since 1982
Lic. #757074 * 650-593-1703
PAINTING
Shubha Landscape Design
(650) 321-1600 LIC # 852075 www.
shubhalandscapedesign.com
Total Landscape
Irrigation, Lawn, Concrete, Driveways,
Flagstone, Bricks, Pavers, Fences,
Decks and Garden Maint. CA Lic
#755857. 650/630-3949
771 Painting/
Wallpaper
H AND H GARDEN AND LANDSCAPE
15 years experience
Reasonable Rates - Guaranteed Work
Move in or Move out - $15/hour
Free Estimates
Dennis Harris, Handyman Services
Shubha Landscape Design
Clean up • Pruning • Removal
Sprinkler System Repair • Free Estimates
Good References • New Lawn Installation
Ramos Cleaning Services
Residential & commercial. Free estimates, reasonable prices, 10 yrs. exp.
Weekly, bi-weekly, monthly. Please call
Doris 650-678-4792 Lic: 10929
Al Trujillo Handyman Service
Int./Ext. painting* Kit./BA Improv.,
Dry Rot, Flooring Install, Homes/Apt.
Repairs, Auto Sprinkler, Landscapes,
Fences. 20yrs. 650-207-1306
Pats Landscape Service
Rose
Care
Specialist
Horticulture
Degree,
20
yrs.
Full
maint.,
free
estimates.
Patrick, 650/218-0592
GENERAL GARDENING
MAINTENANCE
JOSE MARTINEZ
(650) 271-4448
701 AC/Heating
Maintenance
Clean up, trim, pruning, stump
removal/tree service, rototilling, aeration, landscaping, drip and sprinkler.
Roger, 650/776-8666
A B WEST
lic. # 50337
Home
Services
fogster.com
757 Handyman/
Repairs
Very Reasonable Plumbing
Drains, Repairs and Installation. 20 yrs
exp. Very fast and efficient service.
Jimmy, 968-7187
A European Craftsmanship
Kitchen
and
Bath
Remodeling.
For All Your Repair Needs. Plumbing,
Finish Carpentry and More. Licensed.
650/270-7726
Able Handyman Fred
Complete home repairs,
maintenance, remod., prof.
painting, carpentry, plumbing,
elect. & custom design
cabinets. 7 days.
650.529.1662 • 483.4227
789 Plaster/Stucco
Exterior Stucco Patching
Windows & Doors. Crack Repair. 30 yrs.
exp. (650)248-4205
768Moving Assistance
Armandos Moving Labor Service
Home, Apts, Storage. House cleaning
services avail. Sm/lrg moves. Serving
the Bay Area for 20 yrs. Armando,
650/630-0424. Lic #22167
No phone number in the ad?
GO TO
FOGSTER.COM
for contact information
MARCH 7, 2008 в– MOUNTAIN VIEW VOICE в– 33
790 Roofing
A-Ricky Roofing
LIC# 891684
Specialist in all types of Roofs & Repairs
Aluminum Gutters & Clean-outs
650.814.2915 408.561.2051
FREE ESTIMATES www.a-rickyroofing.com
Calvin’s Repairs
Roofs and Gutters Cleaned and
Repaired. Fences, Gates, Decks.
40+ yrs. exp. 650/520-4922
795 Tree Care
David’s Tree Service
Call during storm season! Tree removal,
topping, pruning, shaping, clean up,
stump grind, certificate on power lines.
Free estimates. 650-444-3350 or 650321-1245
Maguire Tree Care
OZZIES TREE SERVICE:
Certified arborist, 22 yrs exp. Tree
trimming, removals and stump grinding. Free chips and wood. Free est.
Lic. and insured. 650/ 368-8065; cell
650/704-5588
PALO ALTO TREE SERVICE
Business/Res. Tree Removal and stump
grinding. Certified/Ins. 18 yrs exp. Free
estimate. Lic. #819244. 650/3802297
Real
Estate
MV: 1BR Senior Apts
Waiting list open. Central Park
Apartments, 90 Sierra Vista Ave.
Application dates: Tues. 9-12 only
or Thur. 1-4pm only. 650/964-5600
Section 8 and vouchers OK
PA: 1BR, 1BA
Bike to Stanford. Lse 1 yr. Avail. now.
N/P. $1250. 650-493-9576
Mountain View, 4 BR/2.5 BA - $3300/
mont
MODERN FAMILY HOME WANTED
MV: 4BR/2BA
FR, LR, extra rm. 2 car gar. N/P. $2600
mo. + dep. Year lease. 650/424-1835
RENTAL
WANTED,
PROFESSION
PA: 3BR/2BA
Remod. Bright, airy home in No. PA. FR,
pool, garden. N/S. $4200 mo. Avail.
4/1. 909/953-2815; 909/335-2254
PA: 1BR/1BA
Patio, pool, laundry, covered prkng.
$1200 mo. Info, 650/796-7096
Palo Alto, 2 BR/1.5 BA - $1950
Palo Alto, 2 BR/2 BA - $2200/mont
Palo Alto, 3 BR/2 BA - $5400/mo.
Portola Valley, Studio - $1250/mo
Space for Creativity Needed!
Bed & Breakfast B&B Hotel
Stanford PhD for Long Rental
Palo Alto Architect
Redwood City (emerald Hills), 4 BR/3.5
BA - $4695
New Manufactured Homes
Now Wholesale prices direct to the
public. Save thousands Guaranteed.
Free information Packet. Tollfree 1-866467-8811 /para espanol marque ext.
seiscientos cuatro. (Cal-SCAN)
Downtown Los Altos, 2 BR/2 BA $748,000
North Carolina
Gated Lakefront Community. 150 miles
of shoreline and great mountain views.
Call now! 1-800-709-5253. (Cal-SCAN)
Menlo Park, 4 BR/3 BA - $1,680,000
803 Duplex
Redwood City, 3 BR/2 BA - $2,400/mo.
Palo Alto, 3 BR/2 BA - $1,698,000
MP: 1BR/1BA
Small, quiet attached cottage, 200 block
Willow Rd. $950 mo, utils incl. Carport,
garden. Share W/D, patio. N/S, N/P.
650/326-7679
Sunnyvale, 4 BR/3 BA - $4300/mont
Palo Alto, 3 BR/2 BA - $1799990
809 Shared Housing/
Rooms
Palo Alto, 3 BR/2.5 BA - $1,349,000
Timeshares!
Tired of Fees? Call www.BuyATimeshare.
com to sell, rent or buy a timeshare. Get
free info today and get cash at closing.
Call Now! 1-877-868-1931. (Cal-SCAN)
Redwood City, 3 BR/2 BA - $749000
Menlo Park, 5+ BR/4+ BA - $4100000
38 Acres, Diamond Mtn, Calistoga
Agt.
FHA/WCG
707-963-7815
http://steveandmarla.blogspot.
com/2007/05/2087-diamond-mountainroad.html
Redwood City (emerald Hills), 5+ BR/4+
BA - $2,499,000
Redwood City, 3 BR/2.5 BA - $719900
MP: Room
in exchange for driving. Pvt. BA and
entry, shared kit. N/S, N/D, N/P.
650/568-7906
Palo Alto, 1 BR/1 BA - $ 1060.00/
Hayward, 1 BR/1 BA
Gated Community,Swimming Pool,
Fitness Center and MORE!!! (see.
www.JacksonArmsApartments.com)
Menlo Park, 2 BR/1 BA - $1,850/mo
Mountain View, 2 BR/1 BA - $2000
MV-PA Vicinity: Studio & 1BR
Two locations. Flex rent. Prof.
residence. Unique features. Studios
$975-1250 & 1BR’s $1250-1450 Call
650/969-1190 or MMhousing@aol.com
Menlo Park, 2 BR/1 BA
+ Office/Den corner home in
Willows. Hdwd. floors, fplc. kitchenette. No smoking or pets.
Contact
Liz,
650-322-1355
995 Fictitious Name
Statement
LEGACY MANAGEMENT
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT
File No. 505134
The following individual(s) is (are) doing
business as, Legacy Management,
1411 Norman Dr., Sunnyvale, CA
94087, Santa Clara County:
KEVIN KHUU
270 E. Empire St. # 212
San Jose, CA 95112
This business is being conducted by
an individual.
Registrant has not yet begun to
transact business under the fictitious
business name(s) listed herein. This
statement was filed with the County
Clerk-Recorder of Santa Clara County
on Feb. 2, 2008.
(Voice Feb. 15, 22, 29, March 7, 2008)
EAGLE WINGS COMPANY
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT
File No. 505278
The following individual(s) is (are) doing
business as, Eagle Wings Company,
547 North Bayview Avenue, Sunnyvale,
CA 94085, Santa Clara County:
YOPI P HARTONO
547 North Bayview Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
This business is being conducted by
an individual.
Registrant began transacting business
under the fictitious business name(s)
listed herein on 03/15/2008.
This statement was filed with the
County Clerk-Recorder of Santa Clara
County on February 11, 2008.
(Voice Feb. 22, 29, March 7, 14, 2008)
34
Redwood City,
$1,399,000
Menlo Park, 1 BR/1 BA - $975/month
Woodside, 3 BR/2 BA - $1,275,000
PA: Studio Cottage
Crescent Park near downtown. Full kit.,
patio. $1200 mo. + $500 deposit.
650/325-4000.
Woodside, 4 BR/3 BA - $3450000
Woodside, 1 BR/1 BA - $1350.
815 Rentals Wanted
Got Needs? I can help...
Menlo Park, 2 BR/2 BA - $2400/mont
house wanted
Menlo Park, 3 BR/2 BA - 2995/mont
Housing Wanted - Exchange
Public Notices
GLAMOROUS NAIL SALON
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
File No. 504683
The following individual(s) is (are) doing
business as, Glamorous Nail Salon,
1629 Hollenbeck Rd., Sunyvale, CA
94087, Santa Clara County:
LINH VU
2670 Kendrick Cir.
San Jose, CA 95121
This business is being conducted by
an individual.
Registrant began transacting business
under the fictitious business name(s)
listed herein on Feb. 01/2008. This
statement was filed with the County
Clerk-Recorder of Santa Clara County
on January 25, 2008.
(Voice Feb. 22, 29, March 7, 14, 2008)
HOWARD CLEANING SERVICES
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT
File No. 505379
The following individual(s) is (are) doing
business as, Howard Cleaning Services,
151 Calderon Ave., Ste. #54, Mountain
View, CA 94041, Santa Clara County:
GLADYS HOWARD
500 W. Middlefield Rd # 80
Mountain View, CA 94043
This business is being conducted by
an individual.
Registrant began transacting business
under the fictitious business name(s)
listed herein on 06-01-2006.
This statement was filed with the
County Clerk-Recorder of Santa Clara
County on February 12, 2008.
(Voice Feb. 29, March 7, 14, 21, 2008)
CAMINO FAMILY DENTISTRY, INC.
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
File No. 505445
The following individual(s) is (are) doing
в– MOUNTAIN VIEW VOICE в– MARCH 7, 2008
Redwood City, 4 BR/2.5 BA
Gorgeous Remodel Open Sat & Sun
Gourmet Kitchen Spa Bathrooms
232 Outer Circle 232outercircle.com
Kristin Cashin 650 319-1270
Ath Area: 1BR/1.5BA
set amidst roses and trees. French
doors, frpl, hdwd flrs, marble entry,
newly painted int., all appliance. DSL/
cable. 1 yr lse. N/S. Small pet cons.
Avail. 3/1. $2800/mo, incl. gardener.
209-404-3984
business as, Camino Family Dentistry, Inc.,
451 W. El Camino Real Suite B, Mountain
View, CA 94040, Santa Clara County:
CAMINO PEDRAZA DENTAL GROUP, INC.
451 W. El Camino Real
Mountain View, CA 94040
This business is being conducted by a
corporation.
Registrant has not yet begun to transact business under the fictitious business name(s) listed herein.
This statement was filed with the
County Clerk-Recorder of Santa Clara
County on February 13, 2008.
(Voice Feb. 29, March 7, 14, 21, 2008)
DANISH CONCEPTS INTERNATIONAL
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME
STATEMENT
File No. 505649
The following individual(s) is (are)
doing business as, Danish Concepts
International, 1379 El Camino Real,
Mountain View, CA 94040, Santa Clara
County:
DANISH FURNITURE CENTER, INC.
1379 El Camino Real
Mountain View, CA 94040
This business is being conducted by a
corporation.
Registrant began transacting business
under the fictitious business name(s)
listed herein on 08/16/1979.
This statement was filed with the
County Clerk-Recorder of Santa Clara
County on February 19, 2008.
(Voice Feb. 29, March 7, 14, 21, 2008)
VINA ROBLES
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
File No. 505919
The following individual(s) is (are) doing
business as, Vina Robles, 144 A&B
South Whisman Rd., Mountain View, CA
94041, Santa Clara County:
CLASSICK IMPORT & EXPORT LLC
865 Sonia Way
Mountain View, CA 94040
This business is being conducted by a
limited liability company.
Registrant began transacting business
under the fictitious business name(s)
listed herein on 2/1/2008.
This statement was filed with the
4
BR/3.5
BA
-
830 Commercial/
Income Property
PA: Downtown
120-4533 sf offices for lease.
Photos, plans, pricing:
www.paoffices.com
650/776-5390
County Clerk-Recorder of Santa Clara
County on February 25, 2008.
(Voice March 7, 14, 21, 28, 2008)
DEL DOTTO ESTATES
FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT
File No. 505920
The following individual(s) is (are) doing
business as, Del Dotto Estates, 144 A
& B South Whisman Rd., Mountain View,
CA 94041, Santa Clara County:
CLASSICK IMPORT & EXPORT LLC
865 Sonia Way
Mountain View, CA 94040
This business is being conducted by a
limited liability company.
Registrant began transacting business
under the fictitious business name(s)
listed herein on 2/1/2008.
This statement was filed with the
County Clerk-Recorder of Santa Clara
County on February 25, 2008.
(Voice March 7, 14, 21, 28, 2008)
997 All Other Legals
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE
OF NAME SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE
COUNTY OF SANTA CLARA
No. 108CV105591
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
Petitioner: MELANIE OLIVEIRA filed a
petition with this court for a decree
changing names as follows:
MASON WADE HAMPSMIRE to MASON
WADE OLIVEIRA.
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
interested in this matter shall appear
before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why
the petition for change of name should
not be granted. NOTICE OF HEARING:
March 25, 2008, 8:45 a.m., Room
107. Superior Court of California,
County of Santa Clara, 191 N. First
Street, San Jose, CA 95113.
A copy of this ORDER TO SHOW
CAUSE shall be published at least once
each week for four successive weeks
prior to the date set for hearing on
the petition in the following newspaper
of general circulation, printed in this
850 Acreage/Lots/
Storage
Arizona Land Bargains
Free recorded message. 5 to 80 acres,
lowest possible prices. Great locations,
views and recreation. EZ terms. Call
AZLR for further information. 1-888-5474926. (Cal-SCAN)
Los Altos, 1 BR/1 BA - work/excha
LA: 2BR/1BA
Plus office. Remod. Hardwood flrs.,
oak kit., frplc, dbl. gar. Lg yard w/gardener. N/S. $2795 mo. Open Sun. 3/2
and 3/9, 2-4pm. 2037 Farndon Ave.
650/493-4386
Sonoma Vineyard Estate
Luxury Villa with Pool/Spa and gardens.
Sleeps
2-8.
$7,000/wk
Call: 1-(707)-933-8125
845 Out of Area
Menlo Park, 5+ BR/4+ BA - $2300000
810 Cottages for Rent
Residential Architecture + Desig
Menlo Park, 3 BR/2 BA - $1149000
Redwood City (emerald Hills), 5+ BR/4+
BA - $5995
801 Apartments/
Condos/Studios
Poipu Kauai 3 BR Vaction Home
Walk to the beach, pool, tennis.
From $249/night. Sleeps 6-8. Call (650)
619-3428.
Menlo Park, 3 BR/2 BA - $889,000
Sunnyvale, 1 BR/1 BA - $1295
805 Homes for Rent
Pajaro Dunes Condo
2BR/2BA or 1BR/1BA. On beach, ocean
view. Cable TV, VCR, CD, tennis, W/D.
Pvt. deck, BBQ. Owner, 650/424-1747.
hherzenber@aol.com
825 Homes/Condos
for Sale
Palo Alto, 2 BR/2.5 BA
Beautifully furnished executive living in
Palo Alto. 2 BR 2 1/2 Bath, Fireplace,
high ceiling, central air, private patio, 2
car garage. 755 #B Loma Verde,open
house Sunday 3/9 1-4 Flex terms
$4000/month 408.390.4744
PA: Psychotherapy Office
Shared waiting room. Gated parking.
$1295. Bill, 650/537-3259.
840 Vacation
Rentals/Time Shares
Seeking quiet studio/1BR
ARCHITECT on call
GREAT LOCATION!
(650) 320-8500
MATURE
820 Home Exchanges
PA: 2BR/1BA
Avail. 3/6. Bike to Stanford. N/P. Lease
1 year. 650/493-9576
MODERN 1BR/1BA $1,895 AND UP
BEAUTIFUL 2BR/2BA TH $2,495
WASHER AND DRYER IN EVERY HOME!
HIGH CEILINGS, SUNNY, A/C, D/W
NEAR GUNN HS, STANFORD/PAGE MILL
Preschool Teacher seeks rental
Invest in Montana Land
for the future 20 AC with BLM Hunting
Land - $39,900 34 AC Timber Ridges and
Mtn. Views - $99,900 40 AC with BLM
Horse Trails - $49,900 Year round road
and new utilities. Surveyed, approved
and insured. Beautiful views, sunsets,
tons of elk. State land and BLM access.
Miles of hiking, riding, and hunting from
your back door! Discount pricing & seller
terms until April 15th. Call 888-3613006 or visit www.WesternSkiesLand.
com (Cal-SCAN)
Nevada 5 Acres
Priced for sale. $19,900. Beautiful building site with electric & county maintained roads. 360 degree views. Great
recreational opportunities. Financing
available. Call now! 1-877-349-0822.
(Cal-SCAN)
New Arizona Land Rush
1 or 2-1/2 “Football Field” Sized Lots!
$0 Down. $0 Interest. $159-$208 per
month! Money Back Guarantee! 1-888610-4996 or www.SunSitesLandRush.
com (Cal-SCAN)
county:
MOUNTAIN VIEW VOICE.
Date: February 13, 2008
/s/ Mary Ann Grilli
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT
(Voice Feb. 22, 29, March 7, 14, 2008)
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE FOR CHANGE
OF NAME SUPERIOR COURT OF THE
STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THE
COUNTY OF SANTA CLARA
No. 108CV106268
TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS:
Petitioner RONALD EDICAL MIRES II aka
CHIP MIRES filed a petition with this
court for a decree changing names as
follows:
CHIP MIRES to RONALD EDICAL MIRES
II.
THE COURT ORDERS that all persons
interested in this matter shall appear
before this court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why
the petition for change of name should
not be granted. NOTICE OF HEARING:
April 1, 2008, 8:45 a.m., Room 107.
Superior Court of California, County of
Santa Clara, 191 N. First Street, San
Jose, CA 95113. A copy of this ORDER
TO SHOW CAUSE shall be published
at least once each week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for
hearing on the petition in the following
newspaper of general circulation,
printed in this county:
MOUNTAIN VIEW VOICE.
Date: February 20, 2008
/s/ Mary Ann Grill
JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT
(Voice Feb. 29, March 7, 14, 21, 2008)
NOTICE OF BULK SALE
(subject to Com. C. 6106.2)
The following definitions and designations shall apply in this Notice without
regard to number or gender:
SELLER:
John W. McDaniel
2290 W. El Camino Real,
Suite #4, Mountain View, CA 94040
BUYER:
Brent A. Haley, D.C. &
Karen L. Carr, D.C.
New Mexico Sacrifice!
140 acres was $149,900, Now Only
$69,900. Amazing 6000 ft. elevation.
Incredible mountain views. Mature tree
cover. Power and year round roads.
Excellent financing. Priced for quick
sale. Call NMLandR, Inc. 1-888-2049760. (Cal-SCAN)
Newly Released Acreage
Utah Ranch Dispersal. 40 AC only
$29,900. Dramatic views of Uinta
Mountains. Great recreational area.
Close to conveniences. Offered by motivated seller. Limited available. EZ Terms.
Call UTLR 1-888-693-5263. (Cal-SCAN)
So. Colorado Ranch Sale
35 Acres- $29,900. Spectacular Rocky
Mountain Views Year round access,
elec/ tele included. Excellent Financing
available w/ low down payment. Call Red
Creek Land Co. Today! 1-866-696-5263
x3469. (Cal-SCAN)
Washington River Access
Retreat. 6 AC - $49,900. 15 AC - Old
farm buildings, $89,900. Incredible land
& gorgeous setting. Limited available.
EZ Terms. Call WALR 1-866-836-9152.
(Cal-SCAN)
855 Real Estate
Services
Payments Gone Up?
In Foreclosure? Mortgage Upside Down?
Problems Refinancing? Know Your
Foreclosure Options! Free Consultation.
24 Hour Recorded Message. 1-866-4953863. www.USAHomeSaverProgram.
com Se Habla Espanol. (Cal-SCAN)
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listings with photos and maps. Find your
roommate with a click of the mouse!
Visit: www.Roommates.com. (AAN CAN)
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Gohalfpercent offers a smart 0.5% commission option. No hidden cost. Call
650.988.8813 or browse www.gohalfpercent.com
890 Real Estate
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CLASSIFIEDS WEBSITE
2290 W. El Camino Real,
Suite #4, Mountain View, CA 94040
BUSINESS: Spinal & Sports Care Center
2290 W. El Camino Real,
Suite #4, Mountain View, CA 94040
DATE OF CONSUMMATION:
March 25, 2008
LAST DAY TO FILE CLAIMS:
March 24, 2008
ESCROW HOLDER:
WILLIAM
H. DUNN, Attorney at Law, 1350 Dell
Avenue, Suite 204, Campbell, CA
95008
Notice is hereby given that Seller
intends to make a bulk sale of the
assets of the above described Business
to Buyer including all stock in trade,
furniture, and equipment used in said
Business, to be consummated at the
office of the Escrow Holder at the
time of consummation or thereafter.
Creditors of the Seller may file claims
with the Escrow Holder on or before
the last day to file claims stated
above. This sale is subject to California
Commercial Code 6106.2.
Seller has used the following other
business names and addresses within
the last three years so far as known to
Buyer: None
Brent A. Haley, D.C. & Karen L. Carr,
D.C.
___________________________
BY: WILLIAM H. DUNN
Agent for Buyer
(Voice March 7, 2008)
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2564 Mardell Way, Mountain View
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This home features beautiful hardwood floors, vaulted open-beamed ceilings, new
interior doors, and double pane windows throughout. Fresh and contemporary, it
offers living room with slate fireplace & built-in shelves, spacious dining area with
glass door to patio, remodeled kitchen offering granite countertops, hardwood floor,
stainless appliances including gas stove & refrigerator, plenty of lighting, and pullout pantry. Master bedroom has glass door to patio and remodeled bath with roomy
shower. Nice, big backyard has two separate patios, new lawn and ample garden
beds, convenient gates and separate storage area. The finished two-car attached
garage offers plenty of storage. Not far from shopping, elementary school, train and
commute routes in the desirable Monta Loma Neighborhood.
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OPEN
SAT.
&
SUN.,
1:30-4:30
LOS ALTOS
1520 MONTEBELLO OAKS
$3,795,000
Situated on a cul-de-sac, this brand new home has five bedrooms plus an office, six and one half bathrooms,
luxurious master suite, full sauna, sep. au-pair qrtrs, library, 2 game rooms, theater, wine cellar.
253 FREMONT AVENUE
$3,195,000
Gated estate situated on an approx. 37,600 sq.ft. lot. Charmingly remodeled with 3BR/2.5BA, formal living room, spacious dining room, beautiful kitchen w/granite counters opens to family room. Country club
backyard includes sep. guest house, grand pool w/water fall, sprawling lawns, fruit trees, 2-car garage +
room for additional garages & more.
MOUNTAIN VIEW
What a great time to buy Real Estate!
The market remains strong for Buyers and Sellers!
For Buyers, there is a large inventory of homes on the market from which
to select from, and good interest rates still prevail.
For Sellers, well priced properties, especially those in Buyer appealing
condition are still selling within days of going on the market,
and often with Multiple Offers as well as for above asking price.
AS OF MARCH 1ST SINGLE FAMILY HOME INVENTORIES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
City:
Available:
In Escrow:
38
34
47
117
26
19
28
45
Mountain View
Los Altos
Palo Alto
Sunnyvale
746 MOUNTAIN VIEW AVENUE
$1,595,000
Elegant new custom built home w/2800+SF of living space. This 4BR/3.5BA home includes: formal
living room, sep. dining room, & 2 master suites. Open floor plan w/soaring ceilings, kitchen w/granite
countertops. Convenient location to downtown, shopping, & transportation.
OPEN
S AT U R D AY,
1:30-4:30
Total on the Market:
64
53
75
162
OTHER INVENTORIES IN MOUNTAIN VIEW INCLUDE:
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LOS ALTOS
1622 GRANT ROAD
$1,249,000
Remodel or build new. This 3BR/1.5BA home offers approx. 1500 sq.ft. w/updated kitchen, huge approx.
15,180 sq.ft. lot, pool. Ample room to expand. Cupertino Schools.
BY
APPOINTMENT
Chuck & Tori
650.960.1950
catwell@apr.com
www.ChuckandTori.com
O N LY
E. PALO ALTO
GARDEN OASIS
ON
LARGE LOT
Open Sat-Sun 1:30-4:30
BEST E. PALO ALTO LOCATION
$609,000
A white picket fence & walkway lead to this charming 2BR/1BA home. The spacious & light filled living
room features a FP, skylight, & hdwd floors. Attached 1-car garage. Large lot.
PORTOLA VALLEY
IRISH GEORGIAN ESTATE
$8,395,000
The main house of this private estate boasts a grand 2 story foyer, formal dining, living room, kitchen w/
adjacent family room, library, office, master suite, 2 guest suites & an incredible wine cellar. Completing
the estate are a sep. guest house, stable & caretaker qrtrs, 3- car garage w/upper game room, & 8.5
stunning acres.
LOS ALTOS HILLS
ONE-OF-A-KIND
PRICE UPON REQUEST
This breathtaking approx. 15,000 sq.ft. estate on 3.39AC is nestled against a 20AC preserve. Superior
finishes include 6BR/6.5BA, 7 fireplaces, library, family room, game room, pub room, exercise room, & a
garage w/ample space for 8-10 vehicles. Sep. 2BR/2BA guest house, tennis court, pool, spa, & outdoor
FP. Top rated Palo Alto Schools.
AN EXCEPTIONAL ESTATE
$13,600,000
The floor plan of this luxurious estate includes a library, 2 family rooms, theater, au-pair qrtrs, wine facility,
pool, 8-10 car garage. MBR suite w/sep. retreat & FP. 2,000 SF guest house. Palo Alto Schools.
GRAND & GRACIOUS
$13,450,000
Bay & city light views. This 11,000+ sq.ft. home exudes quality & elegance! 6+BR/8+BA, library, 2 family rooms,
wine cellar, exercise room, theater room, sep. au-pair suite. Beautiful pool & cabana, patios, rolling lawns.
AN INCREDIBLE HOME
$4,588,000
This stunning residence features nearly 4,135sq.ft. of living space including 4+BR/3.5BA, living room w/
high ceilings, step-up formal dining room, master bedroom suite w/FP, sep. office/den.
LOS ALTOS
COMING SOON!
PRICE UPON REQUEST
Private gated entrance leads to this fabulous Los Altos townhome of approx. 1,840 sq.ft. w/2 master suites
& recently remodeled baths. Updated kitchen w/eating area, spacious living room w/FP, sep. formal dining
room. Attached 2-car garage.
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195 S. San Antonio Rd., Los Altos • 650.941.4300
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2402 THADDEUS DRIVE, MOUNTAIN VIEW
Sensational! Expanded, light, open contemporary home nestled in a huge, private,
park-like setting of approx. 9,040 sq.ft., on a quiet street in the popular Monta Loma
neighborhood. Perfect for relaxing, entertaining and play!
• Brand new plush carpeting in all
• 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths plus a large 14’x17’
bedrooms; new natural bamboo floor in
Bonus/Family Room with sliding doors to
living area.
fabulous yard.
• Freshly painted, inside and out.
• Living area, dining area, and kitchen open
to each other, forming a bright open space • Dual pane Milgard windows.
• Gorgeous garden with two patios and sep.
that opens to the patio and professionally
BBQ, area surrounded by fruit trees.
landscaped yard.
• Two car garage with new sheetrock.
• Gourmet kitchen with skylight, stainless
• Quiet location in great neighborhood.
appliances, lots of cabinets, and large
Must see!
island with ceramic cooktop.
A very special property
offered at $935,000
RESIDENTIAL BROKERAGE
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CRB, CRS
650.793.4274
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* 2 bed/2.5 bath spacious townhome
* Large living room & formal dining room
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436 Sierra Vista Ave. #3 - Mountain View - $595,000
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650-917-4281 Direct
Over 19 years experience
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650-917-4236 Cell
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COLDWELL
B A N K E R
500 Middlefield Road, #107,
Mountain View
Sparkling Condo in Willow Park, Mt View.
1 bed/1 bath ground floor unit. Tastefully
updated kitchen and bathroom. Granite
counter top, maple cabinets, traventine floor.
New carpet, and paint. Cozy patio with extra
storage. close to hwy85/101. Priced to sell!
Offered at $379,950
238 PETTIS AVE, MOUNTAIN VIEW
15976 Wood Acres Road
Los Gatos
Quality Built All New Construction
• Great Downtown Mountain • Excellent Solar PV
Opportunity
View Location
Expansive 2.34 acres in Monte Sereno/Los
Gatos hills. Great opportunity to build your
dream house on a lot surrounded by mature
trees and tranquility. Tucked away yet
mins from Saratoga/LosGatos downtown.
Right off of HWY 9. Lot is accessible from
two streets, Wood acres and Lancaster.
Surrounded by multi-million dollar homes.
Offered at $2,195,000
SARA AHSAN
650.799.2350
sara.ahsan@cbnorcalcom
• 5 Burner Stainless Steel
• 5 Bedrooms, 3 Full
Gas Range
Bathrooms with 2,316 sq
ft. of Living Space & 2 Car • Energy Star Eurotech All
Detached Garage
Stainless Dishwasher
• Large 6,396 sq ft. Lot
• Energy Star Counter Depth
Provides a Great Yard for
Side-by-Side Refrigerator
Play or Gardening
• Gorgeous & Spacious
• Walking distance to Castro
Kitchen, with Cherry
Street, VTA, & Caltrain
Shaker Cabinets
• Enjoy Downtown Mountain • Great Light With Large
View’s Year Round
Windows
Weekly Farmers Market
• 10 yr Structural Warranty
• Solid Red Oak Flooring with
backed byy
Inlays
• 9 Foot Ceilings on First and
Second Floors
Dave Keefe
Realtor
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408-679-0290
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List Price $1,465,000
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Expansive 2 bedroom,
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New carpet & freshly painted
Living room features vaulted
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Spacious eat-in kitchen
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Detached garage plus
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Complex features sparkling
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Priced at: $539,000
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floor condo end unit
Spacious living room with parquet
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Separate dining area with sliding
glass door to private patio
Master with full mirrored closet
Complex features pool, spa and
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Minutes away from downtown
Mountain View and convenient to
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765 N. Rengstorff Ave. #1
Mountain View
Priced at: $319,950
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Charming 1 bedroom, 1 bath 1st
floor condo
Living room & dining room combo
features ceiling fan, fireplace and
sliding glass door to private patio
Kitchen w/ newer appliances, new
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mirrored door closets, jetted tub
& enclosed steam sauna
Inside laundry
1 car garage plus 1 uncovered
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Close to shops, transportation &
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Inside washer/dryer hook ups
Remodeled kitchen with granite
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Separate dining area w/ parquet floor
Spacious master suite features
remodeled bath
Secure building with underground
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Inviting complex features swimming
pools, spa, clubhouse, streams & lakes
2256 Sevillano Ct., Livermore
Priced at: $536,000
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5 bedrooms plus separate carriage house above garage
5 ВЅ bathrooms
4705 sq ft, 13000 sq ft lot
Stunning views of foothills, olive orchards & vineyards
Gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, french doors and
much more…
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137 MARGO DRIVE
$580,000
Beautiful Townhouse. Sparkling 3/2 TH in gated complex located nr downtown
Mt.View. Large. Kitchen with gas stove; inside laundry; lovely, bright living room;
ready for move-in.
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2564 MARDELL WAY
$959,000
Hardwood floors, double-pane windows, remodeled kitchen with granite & gas
stove, spacious dining area, nice big back yard
Nancy Adele Stuhr
650.948.0456
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3BR | 2.5BA
181 CENTRE STREET #24
$798,000
"Two Worlds" unit has easy access to Highway 85 & town. Remodeled kitchen
& baths, hardwood floors, skylights, inside laundry, patio & gated garage.
Judy Bogard-Tanigami & Sheri Hughes
650.941.7040
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3BR | 2BA
2402 THADDEUS DR
$935,000
Lovely upgraded Eichler on huge lot. Has open and light great room, bonus
family room, updated baths, fresh paint and new carpeting!
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2BR | 1.5BA
$379,950
1921 ROCK ST, UNIT 4
$525,000
500 W. MIDDLEFIELD ROAD #107
Ground floor condo in Willow Park. Granite counters, maple cabinets, travertine floors, new paint & carpet, recessed lighting. Pool, spa.
Sara Ahsan
650.941.7040
NEW PRICE!! Stunning new kitchen & master bath. New pergo & carpet thruout, paint, crown molding, private patio, ez access to 101. For sale or lease.
Geraldine Asmus
650.325.6161
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CAMPBELL
630 W SUNNYOAKS AVE
SUN 1:30 - 4:30
LOS ALTOS
A PLACE TO CALL HOME
MOUNTAIN VIEW
$849,000 1734W EL CAMINO REAL
$709,000 3 BR 2 BA Brand new condos with Los Altos schools. Maple SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
3 BR 2.5 BA Almost new, hdwd flrs, Gourmet kit w/gas
& stainless steel appliances, gas fp. Fully landscaped yd.
Separate laundry , approx 1620Sqft.
Marge Bosetti
650.948.0456
EAST PALO ALTO
1546 BAY RD
SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
$498,000
$1,498,000 2 BR 2 BA Peaceful third floor condo! Four years new.
3629 BRYANT ST
$569,999 SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
237 SAN ANTONIO PL
$1,495,000 SUN 1:30 - 4:30
cabinetry with granite countertops & stainless steel appli- 2BR/1.5BA Gorgeous Townhome. Beautiful backyd. Top of 3 BR 3 BA Lovely spacious hm in Walter Hays dist. Room Approx. 1,258 sq. ft. Balcony with courtyard view. Central
for expansion. Remod. kitchen & 3 baths. Hardwood floors a/c. Inside laundry. Clubhouse, pool & gym.
ances. Anderson windows & doors. Large patio.
line stainless steel appliances. Anderson wnds. Hdwd flrs
Terri Couture/Dave Luedtke
650.941.7040 Mandana Simai
Nancy Manning
650.941.7040
650.948.0456 large LR & formal DR. 2-car carport. Must see!
Jon Anderson
650.325.6161
444 LASSEN ST #11
SUN 1:30 - 4:30
201 FLYNN AVE #2
$748,000 SUN 1:30 - 4:30
2 BR 2 BA Remodeled upstairs end unit with chef’s kitchen,
separate dining, balcony, fireplace, air conditioning, laundry
$449,999 hook-ups inside,1349 sf, downtown!
Owen Halliday
650.325.6161
3 BR 1 BA On level lot! Remod in 2000!Look no further!
Spacious kit. Skylight. New interior paint. Living rm w/fp. Sep
LOS
ALTOS
HILLS
din rm off kitchen. Sep fam room.
$4,888,000
Lorraine McIntosh, Gri, Sres
650.948.0456 COUNTRY MANOR
5 BR 4 BA on 2.5 acres with a fabulous view. Gourmet
kitchen, sitting rooms, family rm & living rm include fireGILROY
place. Gazebo, pool, and spa.
1184 SPRIG WY
Tim Trailer
650.325.6161
SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
$849,900
5 BR 3 BA New construction. Granite kit, refrig incl. 2 fp, 2
LOS GATOS
mstr closets. Hardwd, tile, alarm. Carpet, light fxtrs. Lndscpd
GREAT OPPORTUNITY!
$2,195,000
front & rear yards w/sprnklrs.
Justin Berglund
650.948.0456 Expansive 2.34 acres in Monte Sereno/Los Gatos hills. Build
your dream on a lot surrounded by mature trees. Tucked
away yet minutes from downtown.
LOS ALTOS
Sara Ahsan
650.941.7040
2 BR 1.5 BA 1200+ sq ft! Remod. kitchn, granite counters &
Viking Stove. Open floor plan, Wood laminate flrs & fireplc.
Spacious patio. Bdrms & Laundry upstairs.
Dulcy Freeman
650.325.6161
3 BR 2 BA Tasteful remodel w/lovely landscaped yd!
650.948.0456 Remodeled kit w/Corian counter tops & gas stove! Hdwd
COMFORT & SERENITY
$2,048,000 floors, dbl pane windows. Los Altos schools
650.948.0456
4 BR 2.5 BA Spacious home near schools, Village. Nearly David Blockhus
3,000 sq. ft. Dramatic foyer has cathedral ceilings, chandelier. WALK TO DOWNTOWN!
$949,000
Formal dining room. Modern kitchen. Pool.
2 BR 1 BA Wonderful home offers remodeled kitchen with
Jo Buchanan
650.941.7040 granite. Remodeled bath. Newer roof. Central heat, air.
FABULOUS FLOORPLAN
$1,999,999 Family room. Hardwood floors & dual pane windows.
The Levy Team
650.941.7040
4 BR 3.5 BA Soaring windows, Jacuzzi baths, granite kitchen,
beautiful fireplaces & Brazilian cherry floors. Electric fence CHARMING COTTAGE
$849,000
& gate. Close to your golf date.
2 BR 1 BA Remodeled kitchen. Dining & family rooms.
Sallie Morgan
650.941.7040 Hardwood floors & fireplace. Bonus room. Yard. Close to
shops & dining. Two car attached garage.
1723 WESTBROOK AV
Patricia Robison & Ursula Cremona 650.941.7040
SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
$1,899,000
4 BR 4 BA 14yr old ultra spacious contemporary home!
Great room flr plan. Minutes to Villiage. 4 master suites.
Chef's kitchen opens to family rm
Melanie Johnson
650.948.0456
5 MAYNARD WAY
SUN 1:30 - 4:30
$1,695,000
4 BR 2.5 BA Spacious home open floor plan. 2 fireplcs, eatin kitchen, family room, dining room, 2-car garage, fenced
yard, close to town/schools.
Dorothy Gurwith
650.325.6161
1945 LAVER COURT
SUN 1:30 - 4:30
$1,695,000
3BR/2.5BA. Desirable Highlands. 2,034 sq ft living space on
11,500Sft lot. New paint, carpet, tile, refinished hrdwd flrs.
Shaw/Huwe
650.948.0456
A PLACE TO CALL HOME
49 SHOWERS DR A 241
SUN 1:30 - 4:30
GROUND FLOOR UNIT
$195,000
3712 CARLSON CIRCLE
SUN 1:30 - 4:30
$1,298,000 1 BR 1 BA Spacious, well maintained, central heat/air, fireplc,
$525,000 3 BR 2 BA Light, bright and spacious Eichler home which kit. w. newer range/oven. Pool, Spa, & Rec Room. Convenient
LOWEST PRICED IN AREA
2 BR 2 BA Stunning end unit condo in Old Mill*Open floor has been updated and/or remodeled. Remod kit w/eat-in to commute routes, shops & restaurants
plan w/tile flooring*Dual pane windows*Spacious Living breakfast bar, granite counters, rosewood cabinets
Fabiola Prieto
650.325.6161
Room w/brick fireplace*Separate Dining Area*
Margot Goodman
650.948.0456
Afsie Mina
650.948.0456
SANTA CLARA
MOVE RIGHT IN!
TOP FLOOR CONDO!
$395,000
1 BR 1 BA Charming 1 bed/1 bath top floor unit at the
rear of the Parkview West. Unit features newer carpet,
renovated kitchen, vaulted ceilings and balcony.
DiPali Shah
650.325.6161
VAULTED CEILINGS & DECK
171 EVERETT AVE
SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
$395,000
$1,188,000 CHARMINGLY UPDATED
3 BR 2 BA Great Downtown loc. New kitchen w. granite
counters, tile flr, new bath w. shower period details, hardwd
flrs. Short stroll to train & restaurants.
J. Anderson/T. Fatima
650.325.6161
$489,000 800 HIGH STREET #105
SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
2 BR 1 BA Beautiful kitchen has maple cabinets, granite
counters & tile floors. Spacious bedrooms. Hardwood
floors. Indoor laundry. Attached garage. Patio.
Diyar Essaid
650.941.7040
$699,000 SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
1 BR 1 BA Largest Mtn View Lot At This Price! Remod
existing house or build your dream hm on this apprx
6,000+ sf lot. Close to commute access. Mtn View schls
Melanie Johnson
650.948.0456
$398,000
$1,328,000 2 BR 1 BA Great opportunity to own! In move in condition,
2 BR 1.5 BA New carpet & paint. Vaulted ceiling in living 3 BR 2 BA home in the Duveneck elementary district Two Bedrooms and One Full Bath, Dining and Living Room
rm. Inside washer/dryer. Eat in kitchen. Garage + uncovered features a master suite just steps from a professionally Combo. Nice Backyard.
landscaped garden. Room for expansion!
parking space. Patio.
Fabiola Prieto
650.325.6161
650.325.6161
Royce Cablayan
650.948.0456 L. Hunt/B. Callahan
$1,045,000
$1,895,000 в—† 490 LANFAIR CI
SUN 1:00 - 4:00
4 BR 3 BA Beautifully Renovated, Open-design Home has
Two Master Suites and sits on a Tree-lined Cul-de-sac.
Professionally Landscaped, Excellent PA schools.
Lan L. Bowling
650.328.5211
$735,000
2 BR 1.5 BA Great location near university. Dining room.
Air conditioning. Updated kitchen. Beautifully refinished
hardwood floors. Dual pane windows. Large yard.
Shelly Potvin
650.941.7040
SUNNYVALE
2 BR 2 BA Stunning contemporary 2br/2bath condo. CONVENIENT DUPLEX!
$950,000
Hardwood floors. Gourmet kitchen. Central A/C. 2 car
Duplex offers 2 units, 2BR/1BA each. Updated kitchens.
spaces. Inside laundry.
Wired
with
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6.
New
roof
&
insulation.
Separate
laundry
Fran Papapietro
650.948.0456
areas. 1-car garages. Near library.
IMMACULATE!
$510,000 Terrie Masuda
650.941.7040
1 BR 1 BA w. 2nd bedroom/den/office. Award winning complex with full amenities. High ceilings, lots of light, balconies. 1059 PAINTBRUSH DRIVE
Palo Alto schools-Briones/Stanford/Gunn
SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
$899,950
Jerod Trailer
650.325.6161 4BR/2.5BA! Fantastic Remodel. Prime Sunnyvale Location!
Dual Pane Window's & Hrdwd Floors Through out. Up-dated
3101 MADDUX DR
SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
CALL FOR PRICE Baths feature. Fresh Paint, Open Floor Plan
3 BR 2.5 BA Remodeled kitchen, granite, hardwood flrs, Linda Kingsbury
650.948.0456
new appliances. Family Room, dining room. Dual-paned win$849,000
dows, central heat, attached garage, spa. Ready to move-in! LOTS OF CHARM!
Rod Creason
650.325.6161 3 BR 1 BA Updated Cherry Chase home with great schools.
Updated kitchen with refaced cabinets, granite counters.
SAN JOSE
Crown molding, hardwood floors. Large yard.
Teri Woolworth
650.941.7040
1549 NORMAN AV
1 BR 1 BA Large upstairs condo w/ vaulted ceilings &
peaceful deck nestled in treetops. Park-like community w/
LIGHT & AIRY
$798,000 two pools. Near downtown & transportation.
Owen Halliday
650.325.6161
3 BR 2.5 BA "Two Worlds" unit has easy access to Highway
85 & town. Remodeled kitchen & baths, hardwood floors, EXQUISITELY RENOVATED
$379,950
skylights, inside laundry, patio & gated garage.
1 BR 1 BA Ground floor condo in Willow Park. Granite
Judy Bogard-Tanigami & Sheri Hughes 650.941.7040 counters, maple cabinets, travertine floors, new paint &
carpet, recessed lighting. Pool, spa.
1831 VASSAR AVE
$1,399,500
650.941.7040 SUN 1:30 - 4:30
SUN 1:30 - 4:30
$795,000 Sara Ahsan
4 BR 3 BA Newly re-built 2006, gourmet kitchen, lrg centr
3 BR 1 BA in a desirable street & neighborhood. New sod.
isle,
fabulous
greatroom,
Brazillian
chry
flrs,
mstr
suite w/2
PALO ALTO
Newly painted. Private backyd. 2-car garage. New driveway.
wk/in clsts, soaring ceilings, huge backyard.
Remod. gourmet kitchen with granite ctrs.
890 LINCOLN AVE
Gary Herbert
650.948.0456
Garrett Mock
650.328.5211 SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
$1,950,000
191 MARO DR
SPARKLING TOWNHOME
$699,000 4 BR 3 BA 2-story home in Comm. Ctr. The charm of yes- SUN 2 - 5
$699,000
teryear
w.
amenities
of
a
newer
2nd
story
&
remod. kit. &
2 BR 2.5 BA Move in ready townhome offers two master
3 BR 2 BA + Addtion! "Like New Home" All new! Spacious
bedrooms. Two balconies. Back deck off dining room. Front baths. Fresh paint. Formal DR, FR or 5th bedrm.
open flr plan. Gourmet kit. Tiled ba. Huge crnr lot. Grt
Leannah Hunt & Laurel Robinson
650.325.6161 neigrhd close to fthills, schls, shops & commute
yard patio.Vaulted ceilings & designer carpet.
Terri Couture
650.941.7040 846 WARREN WAY
Cindy Mattison
650.948.0456
$909,000 BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME
3 BR 2 BA Brand new condos with Los Altos schools. Maple
cabinetry with granite countertops & stainless steel appliances. Anderson windows & doors. Large patio.
Terri Couture/Dave Luedtke
650.941.7040
$440,000
2 BR 2 BA Beautiful tri-level townhome! Granite slab
counters in kitchen & baths. Stainless steel appliances! Solid
birch cabinets. Tile entry!
Eppie Cf Lam
650.948.0456
2337 SAINT FRANCIS ST
$539,000 SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
$2,950,000
Jim Galli
6 BR 3 BA contemporary in need of love and attention
located in a wonderful neighborhood close to awardwinning schools and Mitchell Park Comm Center.
Dante Drummond
650.325.6161
202 MONTEBELLO AV #16
SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
LOVELY TOWNHOME
$499,000
2 BR 1.5 BA Spacious living/dining area. Deck off master.
MOUNTAIN VIEW
Freshly
painted
with
crown
molding.
Custom
designed
5 BR 4 BA In sought after North Los Altos.Superb crafts- 1837 ORANGETREE LN
stone patio. Close to downtown shops & dining.
manship. Beautiful ceiling treatments. Gorgeous hardwood SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
$1,248,000 Terrie Masuda
650.941.7040
floors.Approx 3477Sqft lot- 12,197 (Metroscan)
946 MERCEDES AV
SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
SAN JOSE
LIGHT & BRIGHT CONDO!
PALO ALTO
102 TENNYSON AVE
$598,000 SUN 1:30 - 4:30
609 ARCADIA TERRACE 201
SAT 1:30 - 4:30
$554,000
3 BR 2 BA Resort living! 2nd floor end unit. New carpets,
fireplace with mantle, refrigerator, washer/dryer, spacious
kitchen w/gas stove, micro., extra storage room.
Lorraine Mcintosh, Gri, Sres
650.948.0456
WOODSIDE
10691 LA HONDA ROAD
SAT/SUN 1:30 - 4:30
$1,595,000
6 BR 4 BA Glorious retreat in Woodside's peaceful redwd
$624,888 setting on 1.55AC. Grand foyer, separate living room with
4 BR 2.5 BA Fireplace, master bedroom suite, spacious fireplace. Luxury Master suite. Guest quarters. Only 18
backyard.Vaulted ceiling, attached 2-car garage.
minutes to hwy 280.
April Iroaga
650.328.5211 Hannelore Blanchard
650.948.0456
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Real Estate LLC. An Equal Opportunity Company. Equal Housing Opportunity. Owned and Operated by NRT LLC.
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C O L DW E L L B A N K E R
LOS ALTOS HILLS
SUNNYVALE
G
DIN
PEN
11975 MURIETTA LANE
5BR/4.5BA
californiamoves.com
$3,875,000
Unbelievable & expansive views are equaled only by the
exquisite beauty throughout this updated, dramatic tri-level
treasure. Romantic master suite, library, sophisticated kitchen,
media room & wine cellar. Private garden terrace with fountain
& pond. Borders open space.
Alice Nuzzo
650.917.5808
www.alicenuzzo.com
E!
SAL
569 MANZANITA AVENUE
2BR/1BA
$524,000
Barbara Williams
650.917.8241
Cute & cozy home with wood burning п¬Ѓreplace, double paned
windows & skylight. Barbara Williams’s clients were excited
that she sold their property with her comprehensive marketing
plan. Please contact Barbara for more information about this
sale or for your own successful transaction.
SAN JOSE
www.barbsite.com
MOUNTAIN VIEW
SAT
EN
OP
N!
& SU
Cindy Mattison
191 MARO DRIVE
Beautiful Remodel
650-917-4305
cmattison@cbnorcal.com
$699,000
3BR/2BA. Beautiful! “Like New Home” Great Alum Rock neighborhood, close to foothills. Extensive remod + new addition.
Gourmet kit, separate family rm, new tiled baths. New master
suite-jacuzzi tub. All new roof, plumbing elec, flrs, wndws, furnace. Huge corner lot.
1921 ROCK STREET #11
2BR/1BA
Susan Marsella
650.947.2243
smarsella@cbnorcal.com
Move right in! Beautiful kitchen features maple cabinets, granite
counters & tile floors. Spacious bedrooms, one with closet
organizers. Remodeled bath. Indoor laundry. Attached garage
with extra storage. Sunny & private patio.
LOS ALTOS
SAT
EN
OP
G
MIN
CO
11975
1619
MURIETTA
CRESTVIEW
LANE
$1,999,999
Fabulous open floorplan with soaring ceilings.Top of the line
amenities include Jacuzzi baths, Brazilian cherry floors, beautiful
п¬Ѓreplaces & custom lighting. Granite kitchen. Electric fence & gate.
Second story terrace to watch the stars. Close to your golf date!
Sallie Morgan
650.917.7973
smorgan@cbnorcal.com
!
ON
SO
1962 WAYNE CIRCLE
3BR/2.5BA
$760,000
Fabulous 9 year single family home with a lovely yard, and
attached two car garage. Enjoy its dramatic two story entry
with ~ 1650 sq ft of open, spacious floor plan. Separate LR, FR,
DR, granite kitchen, AC and more! Call for details.
LOS ALTOS
Shilpa Merchant
Top 2% Internationally
650.917.4302
www.shilpamerchant.com
CUPERTINO
G
DIN
PEN
90 SIOUX LANE
5BR/3.5BA
650.949.8525
diyar.essaid@cbnorcal.com
SAN JOSE
N!
& SU
4BR/3.5BA
Diyar Essaid
$489,000
$2,795,000
Elegant, almost new residence on a lush & private approx. 12,000
sq. ft. lot in the community-oriented enclave of the Village. Flexible
floorplan showcases exquisite slate & granite finished baths and
features a generous master suite with spa-inspired amenities.
Resort-like yard, desired cul-de-sac & sought after schools.
Terri Couture
650.917.5811
www.terricouture.com
Los Altos • 650.948.0456 • 110 First Street
E!
SAL
ADDRESS UPON REQUEST
3BR/2BA
Tina Kyriakis
$790,000
Tina’s client was looking for an investment property...not only did
she п¬Ѓnd an appropriate property within the short time constraint
mandated by her client’s 1031 Tax Deferred Exchange, but she
identified back up properties as well! Please call to see how she
can help you with your residential or investment needs.
650.947.2260
Tina@TinaIsMyAgent.com
Los Altos • 650.941.7040 • 161 S. San Antonio Road
В©2007 Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. Coldwell BankerВ® is a registered trademark licensed to Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC. An Equal Opportunity Company. Equal Housing Opportunity. Owned and Operated by NRT LLC.
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