Christmas Tree Event

This is a Not For Profit Neighborhood Event

Please join us in decorating your lawn this year with a 4-5 ft Grand Fir Tree.

We are proud to present our 4th annual Holiday Tree Decorating event for your front lawn. A fun way to celebrate the holidays and bring joy to patients and families in need!

This year we are lucky to have collaborated with many noteworthy partners to make this year’s event extra special.

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital

Los Paseos Neighborhood Association (LPNA)

Los Paseos Home Owners Association (LPHOA)

Los Paseos Fire Station 27

SJPD

Join your neighbors in picking up your tree at the Los Paseos HOA/Swim Club this year on 12/3 from 11:00 – 3:00pm in the parking area. Bring your friends and family to enjoy Santa, Hot Coco, and much, much more! The holiday party is free, with refreshments provided by our very own Los Paseos Neighborhood Association!

To make a tax-deductible donation to Packard Children’s, visit: my.supportlpch.org/lospaseos

Trees cost $17.50 each and Rebar is $4.75 (used to hold up the tree on the lawn – sold separately).

Deadline to order/pay for your tree and rebar is 11/14

HOA Members: For HOA members, please drop off Checks/Cash to Lisa, and make checks payable to Franklin Mata

For those not associated with Los Paseos HOA, please send a check or cash to the following address with your order details and request: Please make checks payable to Franklin Mata

107 Plympton Ct.

San Jose CA 95139

Money/Check must be collected before an order for a tree can be made. There will be no orders accepted after 11/14

If you have any questions regarding ordering, please contact: Frank Mata

Email: lospaseos.xmastree@gmail.com

Call (408) 768-6617

Here is a youtube video with more information regarding the Fun Fund; the fundraising event for the Packards Children

https://youtu.be/AfQ69hjNFNE

Thank you for being wonderful neighbors and for your support!

 

Regards,
Greg Peck
LPNA

Holiday Train

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Dec. 2 and 3, 2017

Celebrate the season with the Holiday Train! This beloved Bay Area tradition features a glittering train, a community toy drive and fun characters that delight families at train stations from San Francisco to Santa Clara.

Glowing with thousands of lights and holiday decorations, the Holiday Train will stop at nine train stations over two nights. During the 20-minute station stops, Santa, Mrs. Claus, Frosty and the gang will get off the train to greet children and spread holiday cheer. Bring the family to join in the fun, and bring a new, unwrapped toy to donate to the Holiday Train Toy Drive.

Open link below…

D2 Bernal to Bailey PB Round 2 update

The PB projects that won Round 2 were announced back on 8/24. A status update of the projects can be found at the city website (link below)

Round 2 project updates

The money for the local schools, Martin Murphy Middle School and Los Paseos Elementary, was completed.

The Paseo Lighting upgrade to LEDs for Paseo #2 (Los Paseos neighborhood) and Paseo #3 (Avenida Espana neighborhood) was completed.

The Park related upgrades (Shade structures and lighting) and Beautification of Santa Teresa projects are scheduled for completion in June / July of 2018.

Women in the Trades

The Trades Orientation Program is now accepting applications for its 2018 classes.

Women are highly encouraged to apply. Please help us spread the word to potential applicants to this intensive career exploration program for the cutting-edge Silicon Valley construction industry.

Two special “Women in the Trades” orientation sessions will be held on Dec. 5 and Dec. 11.

Sign up here: www.wpusa.org/top.

General orientations open to both men and women will be held from Dec 4 – 14.

Individuals who are homeless, in transitional housing, CalFRESH recipients, or U.S. military veterans may be eligible for priority admission.

There is no cost to students for this nationally certificated, 130-hour career training program.

Participants will learn what it takes to successfully apply to become a working apprentice in the trade of their choice, such as Carpenter, Electrician, HVACR Tech, Roofer, Pipefitter, Plasterer, Ironworker, Sheet Metal, and more.

To reserve a spot for orientation, interested applicants can visit www.wpusa.org/top or call Ari at 408-809-2113.

If you have questions or are interested in a presentation to your community, please contact Louise Auerhahn at lauerhahn@wpusa.org.

 

This program is supported in part by the Santa Clara County Office of Supportive Housing and by Prop. 39 pre-apprenticeship funding from the California Workforce Development Board.

Highway 85 Community Meeting on 11/9/2017

For those of you unable to attend the Highway 85 Community Meeting held on 11/9. You can view it here to catch up on discussion topics:

You can learn more about the study here at http://www.vta.org/85study

You can provide the VTA insight by completing a survey on how you use Highway 85 here at http://bit.ly/SR85-survey