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May 24, 2018
Local resident Crouse helps annual Flower Run event blossom
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) and represents the children in court. The Milpitas-based organization's goal is "to provide stability and hope to children who have experienced abuse and neglect by being a powerful voice in their lives," according to the Child Advocates website.
"We have a goal to serve every foster child in Santa Clara County," Crouse said. "We are trying to reach 900 in 2018 and 1,200 in the next three years."
Crouse noted that she is continually inspired by the success stories of those who go through the program.
"The foster youth (story) that always sticks with me is the one about a young man whose social worker implied that he wasn't really going to be a good match for having a CASA," she said. "Child Advocates matched him anyway and, with the help of his CASA, he ended up graduating from high school and going to UC Berkeley."
The organization raises most of its money by holding community events – like the Flower Run – and through donations from individuals, foundations and corporations, according to its website. Crouse helped plan the inaugural Flower Run, held in downtown Los Altos last spring. Like that event, she hopes this year's run not only raises money for Child Advocates. but also raises awareness of the agency.
"The big goal is to get a broader understanding that we're out there and that Child Advocates makes a real difference in the lives of children in foster care," Crouse said. "I feel like a fun run is really accessible. You pay $30, you get to go and run or walk and enjoy the refreshments afterwards, all while learning about Child Advocates."
She added that last year's Flower Run raised just under $5,000 with 120 registrations. This year, Crouse and fellow organizers Joy Erf and Grace Zakaria hope to reach $7,500 and 200 registrations. Crouse said they have recruited several local businsses as sponsors.
A raffle will follow the run; last year's prize items were donate... Jun 16, 2017
Milpitas: Food, flowers, fun at local farmers' market
Under chilly but sunny skies, the Milpitas Farmers’ Market drew people to the Great Mall on Sunday to purchase fresh produce, flowers and help local farmers.The event, hosted year-round on Sundays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 882 Great Mall Drive, is run by the Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association, a nonprofit organization based in Concord. The group, according to its website, is dedicated to empowering California farmers to be successful in Bay Area communities.The PCFMA operates certified farmers’ markets in several San Francisco Bay Area counties. The group organizes more than 65 weekly certified farmers’ markets in more than 35 Bay Area communities. Each provides an economic outlet for Northern California family farms, its website states.For more information on Milpitas Farmers’ Market, contact Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association at (800) 949-FARM or visit pcfma.org. (The Mercury News)Apr 22, 2016
Milpitas: Weller Elementary plants allergy-friendly tree in honor of beloved student
Christian Dalugdug who passed away in December 2014 from an asthma attack that turned into cardiac arrest. Here Jeanella Dalugdug (from left), Milpitas Vice Mayor Carmen Montano,Thomas Leo Ogren from the society, and Aaron Dalugdug pose with the "California Girl" tree at the tree planting ceremony held on Saturday at Weller. Photo by Jubil Mathew ( JubilMathew )
Joseph Weller Elementary School worked with the Society for Allergy Friendly Environmental Gardening to get a pollen-free tree donated in honor of memory of beloved Weller student Christian Dalugdug who passed away in December 2014 from an asthma attack that turned into cardiac arrest. Here Aaron and Jeanella Dalugdug flank Thomas Leo Orgen from the society at the tree planting ceremony held on Saturday, April 16 at Weller. Photo by Jubil Mathew ( JubilMathew )
The school community still mourning the loss of one of its own more than a year later, planted an allergy-friendly tree in his honor on Saturday in Milpitas. The tree planting at Joseph Weller Elementary School was for beloved third-grader Christian Ryan Lavarias Dalugdug, who died Dec. 27, 2014 at the age of 8 due to complications from asthma followed by cardiac arrest.
Christian is remembered for his infectious smile, loving personality and love for playing baseball. He touch... (San Jose Mercury News)Apr 22, 2016
Daniel Joseph Lohberger
Daniel Joseph Lohberger, a longtime Milpitas resident, passed away on March 30, 2016. He was 77 years old.
Mr. Lohberger was born in Shattuck, Okla., and raised on a farm in Allison, Texas as a young boy. He used to enjoy occasionally returning for wheat harvest and running the combine. In his teen years, he went to live in the Los Angeles area until he joined the U.S. Navy for four years. He was a dedicated worker, serving 35 years in the safe and lock industry.
Mr. Lohberger lived in Milpitas for 45 years where he served his community in many ways, such as being a Cub Scoutmaster and working on the Sounds Committee to have a sound wall installed along the freeway. He raised his family in Milpitas and always enjoyed boating, fishing and hunting. After retiring he enjoyed metal detecting, served as vice president of the local club, joined several evidence recovery missions for local law enforcement agencies, learned lapidary, traveled for geocaching, played bingo and made many new friends. He is remembered for his bright... (San Jose Mercury News)Feb 2, 2016
Six local champs seeded for state playoffs
Pleasant Valley (12-0) at Harrison Stadium, Oroville
South: Calabasas (13-1) at Citrus Hill (12-2)
North: Milpitas (10-3) at Campolindo (13-1)
South: Oceanside (9-4) at La Mirada (11-3)
North: McClymonds (12-0) vs. Sacred Heart Prep (10-3) at Independence HS, San Jose
South: Rancho Bernardo (11-2) at HesperiaOak Hills (9-5)
North: Hanford (12-1) at Sonora (12-1)
South: Canyon, Anaheim (9-5) vs. Bonita Vista (11-2) at Southwestern College
North: Sierra, Manteca (8-5) vs. Sutter (9-4) at River Valley HS, Yuba City
South: Fairfax (8-6) at Chowchilla (11-2), 7:30 p.m.
North: Bradshaw Christian (12-1) vs. Immanuel, Reedley (10-2) at Reedley
South: Notre Dame, Riverside (14-0) at Mater Dei Catholic (12-1)
North: Fall River (12-0) vs. St. Bernard’s (12-1) at Humboldt State
South: Kennedy, Bakersfield vs. Saddleback Valley Christian @ TBD
North: Stone Ridge Christian (12-1) at East Nicolaus (11-2)
South: Belmont (14-0) at Coronado (9-4)
Brand is a freelance writer.
(The San Diego Union-Tribune)
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