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To help with their New Year’s resolution to get in shape, San Jose residents will be visiting their local community starting the second week of January to take part in a fitness program run by Shannon Sever, owner of Silicon Valley’s GYMGUYZ franchise. You can head to the center. (Provided photo)
GreenTeam is collecting up to two holiday trees per home, excluding stands, tinsel, lights and decorations, through January 15th. Bare trees must be cut and placed within 4 feet in length in a yard cutting box or on the curb. Curbs must be placed at least 1 foot away from green team carts.
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Students from kindergarten to community college are eligible to receive Education Fund grants from Silicon Valley Clean Energy to help make climate solutions a reality.
The Sunnyvale-based nonprofit awards grants of up to $10,000 to student projects, including student climate conferences, proposals to improve bicycle access, and environmentally themed student art shows. . Please apply at svcleanenergy.org/education-fund.
Willow Glen/Almaden/Cambrian>>To help with their New Year’s resolution to get in shape, San Jose residents went to their local community center to check out a fitness program run by Shannon Sever, owner of Silicon Valley’s GYMGUYZ franchise. You can receive it. Sevor has partnered with the City of San Jose and he will offer 55 different fitness class options at his nine community centers for children and adults starting the second week of January.
GYMGUYZ plans to offer a variety of classes to the community, including Zumba, martial arts, and general fitness, at community centers such as Willow Glen, Camden, and Almaden. For more information, please visit gymguyz.com.
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