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The trio was chosen from 13 nominees in the fields of visual arts, music, written word and performance. Each received an unrestricted grant of $3,000. Funding for the awards came from Rotary Club members, friends of Leigh Weimers and the Knight Foundation Endowment of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation. Weimers, who died last August at age 77, was a columnist for the Mercury News for four decades and a member of the Rotary for three decades. Rotary plans additional fundraising to make the awards an annual event.

Fall Chamber Music Concert: The Palo Alto Philharmonic presents a program with works by Dvorak, Strauss, Reinecke and composer-in-residence Lee Actor, Nov, 14, 8 pm, First Baptist Church, 305 N, California Ave., Palo Alto, $10-$22, paphil.org, Man of La Mancha: Los Altos Stage Company presents a muscial retelling of “Don Quixote.” Nov, 19-Dec, 19, Bus Barn Theater, 97 tory burch minnie travel ballet flat Hillview Ave., Los Altos, $18-$36, losaltosstage.org, 650-941-0551, Cymbeline: The Foothill College Theatre Arts Department stages one of Shakespeare’s most endearing romances, Through Nov, 22, Lohman Theatre, Foothill College, Los Altos Hills, $10-$20, 650-949-7360 or foothill.edu/theatre/tickets..

The theater keeps Emily busy from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays. Then she gets a two-hour break before heading to the high school for “Lion King, Jr.” rehearsals that run from 5-8 p.m. “It’s a busy day, but I love being busy and I sleep well at night,” Emily said. Emily’s sister, Elizabeth, is a Los Gatos High School sophomore and a theater camp counselor. And the girls’ mother, Kelly Duval, plans to work at the “Lion King” concession stand and is building props for “Into the Woods.” She had high praise for Brian Houg, the Blossom Hill Elementary fifth-grade teacher who helped launch the Los Gatos Youth Theatre in 2009.

“I knew I could have an impact in the classroom, but I felt I could do more, My dream was to be an administrator at Montera,” Charlesworth said, Charlesworth obtained her administrative credential from California State University, East Bay, two tory burch minnie travel ballet flat years ago, “I was happy at Montera and wanted to wait for an administrative opening at Montera,” said Charlesworth, She got her chance last year with the resignation of Mesfun and Kwiatkowski in 2012, “I loved being an administrator,” she said, “It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done, I learned a lot about myself, I struggled, made mistakes, but that’s what it takes to accomplish your goals..

D.A. Pennebaker: There were a couple of places downtown, one called Nick’s [Steakhouse] and the Stuyvesant Casino. And jazz bands from New Orleans would appear there and everybody would go. You bought a pitcher of beer for a dollar-and-a-half and you danced all night. Sam Charters: The folk scene was a way of approaching our society. Yes, we sang folk songs, but it was part of an opening to what made life exciting at that moment. Barbara Rose: If Thelonius Monk was playing, I was going. And of course Larry Rivers played jazz saxophone. [The jazz world] was a black world. Just being with a black person was avant-garde. The Village [folk] scene seemed sophomoric, like a bunch of white kids. Very square.