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6 pair of ballet slipper charms antique silver tone fb50

Emily has contributed her own gear that she’s outgrown — tennis, tap and jazz dance shoes, as well as multiple pairs of bowling shoes. Others have kicked in kids’ sneakers, hiking boots and bags of high heels. She’s collected about $200 to date, which means the sixth-grader has a ton of boxes to fill — more like 2,600 pounds, actually — before reaching her goal of $1,500 and boarding a plane Christmas Day. So while Emily is asking benefactors to keep the flip-flops and bedroom slippers, she’s hoping they’ll go through their closets and ferret out other types of footwear that are gathering dust.

His decorations include the Air Force Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Air Force Achievement Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Air Force Outstanding Unit Award (with Valor) and the Operation Iraqi Freedom Campaign Medal, There is no charge for admission, All are invited — not only to eat, but to volunteer with pre- and post-meal work and with donations of food and money, The meal will be served from 1 to 3 p.m, at Trinity Center, at St, Paul’s Episcopal, 1924 6 pair of ballet slipper charms antique silver tone fb50 Trinity Ave, in Walnut Creek..

Beyond the classrooms, in the school’s courtyard, there were tables of vendors offering wares of lace up shoes, petticoats, vests, pocket watches, walking canes and all things necessary to make the correct Victorian fashion statement. Miss Robin Driskill was among the vendors. From her shop in Vallejo, she makes purses and bags all year long, but for the Great Dickens Christmas Fair, her specialty is the reticule. A reticule is a small drawstring decorated bag, a frippery for the lady who relies on her servant to carry anything of actual weight or largeness. Once the Fair actually begins, Miss Driskill announced she will put all reticules aside and work at the full-spirits bar, Mad Sal’s Dockside Ale House.

“The Winter’s Tale.” By William Shakespeare, Foothill College Theatre Arts Department, 7 p.m, Sept, 21-22, Lohman Theatre (Room 8002), Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, Performers need only attend one session and should be prepared to stay as long as three hours, All roles are open; actors of all backgrounds are encouraged to audition, Roles are available for 14 men, six women and one boy, Cold readings from the script will be assigned and performers should prepare a Shakespearean monologue of as long as two minutes, Callbacks are at 11 a.m, on Sept, 25; rehearsal begins Sept, 28, The show runs Nov, 5-21, Foothill College Theatre Arts Instructor Marcia Frederick will direct, This is a non-equity performance and offers no pay, For more information, call 650 -949-7268, e-mail FrederickMarcia@foothill.edu or access the 6 pair of ballet slipper charms antique silver tone fb50 audition link at www.foothill.edu/fa..

In an effort to secure permission to use the music Caniparoli, who didn’t have Muhly’s contact info, found the composer on Facebook and within half an hour he had a response. “Now we’re friends on Facebook, so it really is about social media,“ he said. The collaboration between Muhly and Teitur Lassen (he only uses his first name professionally) seems unusual on the surface.  But the contemporary classical composer, and the musician, composer, singer-songwriter and producer based on the Faroe Islands have more in common than is obvious. Muhly has experience with composing for vocal parts, having written two operas and many choral works, and collaborated with Björk. He has also worked with choreographers Benjamin Millepied, Wayne McGregor and Stephen Petronio which may explain why Caniparoli was drawn to his sound.