Mission City Dog Training
By Melissa McKenzie
For nearly 45 years Walt Nagle of Mission City Dog Training has been training dogs and at some point during the last 30 years you may have seen him on Saturday mornings at Maywood Park with a handful of owners and their pups.
“I trained a number of dogs over the years and got connected with a local dog trainer,” said Nagle. “I apprenticed under her until I was ready and then I took over.”
Compiled by Robert Haugh & Melissa McKenzie
Wilcox Chargers Baseball Score Santa Clara Valley Athletic League De Anza Division Crown by defeating Los Gatos 18-3 on April 20 and 1-0 on April 22. Sophomore Garrett Ciuk (2-0) picked up the 4/20 win while Senior Nick Morehead and Junior Tyler Kiefer both hit HRs in the win. Senior Cole Fredricks amassed four hits
Seniors Remodel Lives after Retirement
By Diane Andrews
In the Santa Clara Senior Center wood shop on a Thursday morning, four retired men are clustered around a work table examining a small, round, pedestal table with a broken center post. Like a medical team conferring before operating on a broken leg, the men are evaluating the break, engaged by the challenge of making the table whole again.
Bill Wilson Center Receives 2011 Santa Clara County Human Relations Award
By Diane Andrews
At the 39th Santa Clara County Human Relations Awards Ceremony, Santa Clara’s Bill Wilson Center (BWC) for homeless, runaway, and foster youth received the 2011 Human Relations Commission Award, the only award made on behalf of the entire 14-person commission.
The Rhythm Attic Offers Zumba Classes
By Cynthia Cheng
At The Rhythm Attic, each Zumba class is a party with vibrant music, energetic dancing, and lots of smiles to go around. Located on the second floor of the Airborne Gymnastics studio on 1515 Walsh Avenue, The Rhythm Attic offers its students a chance to dance, get some cardiovascular exercise, burn calories, and develop self-confidence in a supportive environment.