I attended the Parks and Recreation meeting on Feb. 14. It was impressive to watch each citizen present his/her concerns to the commission. The members were attentive and respectful.
Near the end of the first part of the meeting, the commission discussed the priorities that were presented. It was a delight to see and hear our Pleasanton board in action. I feel so grateful that we have committed volunteers serving the city and its families.
Also, I was thrilled to hear that the aquatic center is already working on getting stairs for the lap pool to be used during water aerobics.
Thank you, park and rec commissioners.
-- Judith Scavone
Thank you on behalf of Tri-Valley Women's March
We would like to thank the Tri-Valley community for its enthusiastic embrace of the first Tri-Valley Women's March in January. Nearly 800 people attended the afternoon rally and march, which promoted important social issues including mental health, women's rights, immigration reform and transformative social change.
Through T-shirt sales and the generosity of event attendees, we raised nearly $1,400 for La Familia and Tri-Valley Haven -- two local charities that support mental health and women/families in need, respectively.
We are deeply grateful for the community's support and look forward to the Tri-Valley Women's March 2020.
-- Kathy Ellis, Tri-Valley Action Group
-- Helen Machuga, Livermore Indivisible
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