Amador Valley's SIMS (Students Interested in Medical Science) Club will hold another drive on Feb. 25 from noon to 4 p.m., also at the school. The test for a match is a self-administered cheek swab.
Two others were held earlier this month in the hope of finding a match for Liang and for Mikki Conley, a science teacher at Mohr Elementary.
Tina Razzell will speak about "Living Simply -- Improve your Life with Less Clutter" at a special meeting of the ClutterLess self-help group, at 7 p.m., Monday, Feb. 27. Razzell, author of a book by the same name, writes clutter-related articles and teaches a clutter class in Pleasanton.
The nonprofit ClutterLess group is for people who want to change their own cluttering behavior. It meets Mondays in Room 7 at the St. Mary & St. John Coptic Orthodox Church, 4300 Mirador, Pleasanton, with an optional donation of $2 to $5.
New people are requested to make a reservation at 200-1943 or email@example.com.
The 33rd annual Tri-Valley Expanding Your Horizons Conference returns Saturday, Feb. 25, to the Diablo Valley College, San Ramon Campus, for girls in grades 6-9 to learn more about careers in math and science.
Girls will participate in hands-on workshops, a special group activity and a career fair, while parents will attend a two-and-a-half hour workshop on college planning, academic requirements and financial aid. For more information, go to www.tveyh.org or call 422-2453.
The conference is coordinated by Diablo Valley College San Ramon, Lawrence Livermore National Security, Sandia National Laboratories, and the Association of University Women.