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The Upbeat Times Entertains, Educates & Inspires!


Creative Sonoma Residencies Support Students in Fire Recovery


Upbeat Times in Patterson New Jersey!


UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • September 2018 • 29 Weird Facts & Trivia -5


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SONOMA COUNTY, CA. ~ Creative Sonoma is offering free teaching artist residencies to Sonoma County schools who have students and/or staff affected by the fires - directly or indirectly. Provided at no cost to public schools in all grades, these residencies use the talents and training of a dy- namic group of teaching artists, crafting an experience tailored to each situation. Thirteen of these residencies have been completed so far at schools and Boys and Girls Clubs. And thirty-six more are scheduled for this fall. “These art residencies have the ability to help our youngest, and often most vulnerable, fire survivors find a way to make peace with their experience,” said Chair of the Board of Supervisors James Gore. “Being able to express their feelings through art is a solid step toward understand- ing and acceptance.” Residencies are still available in visual art, music, drama, movement, and the literary arts. Teaching artists and school staff plan together to create the most


effective experience possible. Artists engage with the same group of students for up to six hours of instruction, allowing ideas, discussions, and trust to fully develop in processing last fall’s fires. Residencies will be completed by the end of Octo- ber 2018.


The funds for these residen-


cies are available thanks to the generosity of Redwood Credit Union Community Fund, the Hewlett Foundation, and indi- vidual donors to Creative So- noma.


Creative Sonoma is dedicated


to advancing and supporting the creative community of Sonoma County. For more information on the residencies or to sched- ule an interview with a teach- ing artist or school site, please call Debbie Yarrow at 707-565- 6123, email Debbie.Yarrow@ sonoma-county.org


https://www.creativesonoma.


org/arts-education/atr/ Creative Sonoma, a division


of the Economic Development Board, supports and advances the


I believe that working with good people matters because then the work environment is good. If there is a sense of respect and belief among the people you


work with, that is when good work is done. Ranbir Kapoor


creative commmunity of Sonoma County.


When you practice gratefulness, there is a sense of respect toward others. ~ Dalai Lama GOOD


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bennettvalleyjewelers.com UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • September 2018 • 29


Here’s a photo of my Ma, Muriel Yarcich, taken in Paterson New Jersey. She’s not on vacation. She lives there. She loves Upbeat Times and I mail it to her every month. She always gets a joke or 2 to tell her friends at St. Joseph’s Hospital where they all volunteer together. She’s 91 years young. Thanks for Upbeat Times! Keep up the GOOD work! ~Sincerely, Eileen Morab- ito, Sebastopol. In fact if you want to light up the volunteer lunch table you can give a shout out to: Muriel, Marge, Gayle, Annette, Arlene, Eileen and Ruth. I’m sure they would enjoy it.


Did you know that your foot contains 26 bones, 33 joints, more than 100 tendons, muscles, and ligaments, and a whopping 250,000 sweat glands? Sweat glands in the feet excrete as much as a half-pint of moisture a day.


In a single day, the average person takes 8000 to 10,000 steps.


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