The cool rhythmic sounds of jazz music will resonate throughout the city on Saturday night at A Jazz Affair, a fundraising gala to support the San Ramon Community libraries. The gala celebrates the opening of the newly renovated San Ramon Library at the Marktplace and takes place in the expanded upstairs multi-purpose room at the library beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are available at www.SanRamonPerformaingArts.com or by calling the box office at 925-973-3343.
Mylia Perez hit one out of the park. The sixth-grader from Windemere Ranch Middle School, who turned 11 on July 28, won her division as a finalist in the Scotts Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit and Run Program held last month at Marlins Park in Miami. She returned home to throw the first pitch at the July 30 A’s game versus the Minnesota Twins, giving her a chance to see her favorite player, Yonder Alonso, and his 12th-inning home run seal the 6-5 win.
It was a challenge to get to school on time every day. Most of the time San Ramon resident Priscilla Chau was literally on the other side of the world. Chau grew up in San Ramon and is a member of the Hong Kong International figure skating team, most recently earning third in the senior level at the national competition in Hong Kong.
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