Milpitas community briefs for the week of July 9 – Milpitas Post


Milpitas community briefs for the week of July 9 – Milpitas Post

Backpack Comeback

Household Giving Tree is Looking for youngsters and youngsters to run Their very personal a backpack or school current drives—with The assist of their mother or father or guardian—To revenue the Milpitas nonrevenue by way of The youngsters Pay it Forward program. The 2021 Backpack Comeback advertising campaign is Aimed in the direction of serving to college students from low-income households as they return to the classroom Inside The autumn and persevering with To current school currents yr-spherical. Backpacks and currents Might be collected in particular person, or funds Might be raised on-line by way of particular personalised digital giving timber.

“As a Outcome of We will’t welcome youngsters beneath 12 into our warehouse this summer time, The youngsters Pay it Forward program currents completely different methods By which They will Get entangled and do some good,” says Jennifer Cullenbine, authorities director and CEO of the Household Giving Tree.

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Gallery seeks ‘Reflections’

Dove Gallery of Milpitas is accepting artwork submissions for “Reflections Of sunshine,” an exhibit set for Sept. 26-Dec. 5. The gallery is seeking works with mirrored, refracted, mirrored, patterned or sunlit imagery by artworkists of all ages. Depictions of angels and reflections of glory are additionally inspired. For entry types, e-mail [email protected] or name 408-464-5011.

Plant clinic

South Bay Inexperienced Gardens is holding a digital “plant clinic” July 10 from 10 a.m. to noon. The clinic is open to all residents Who’re nonetheless ready For his or her green thumb To return in; UC Grasp Gardener Ann Northrup will reply Questions on plant factors. To register and ask A question ahead of time, go to

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