Heroes large and small gathered in Cupertino for the 5th Annual Heroes Run, benefitting Valley Medical Center’s Pediatric Unit.
A new PicoWay tattoo removal laser has given new hope to former gang members with unwanted tattoos and those who were branded in human trafficking cases, thanks to The Clean Slate Program, a partnership between the County of Santa Clara and the City of San Jose. This new laser, which removes tattoos three times faster than previous technologies, was purchased by the help of the Valley Medical Foundation.
If getting off the couch is one of your New Year’s resolutions, then Santa Clara County Parks has an offer you shouldn’t refuse.
Gilroy students looking for a fun way to boost their skills in science, technology, engineering, art and math (or “STEAM”) need look no farther than the Gilroy Library in 2017, when the robotics program launched there last spring expands in the new year. Dubbed “STEAM Powered: Robots and Beyond,” the program will offer classes to Gilroy students in grades 1-12.