Community Briefings: Rengstorff Playground Closure, Blood Donation Milestone and Summer Children’s Theater | New

Glenys Chow says the wonderful community that surrounds SBC is what keeps her coming back.

Mountain View resident Glenys Chow recently made her 200th donation to the Stanford Blood Center. Courtesy of Stanford Blood Center.

SBC public relations manager Ross Coyle interviewed Chow for the blood center blog.

“It’s an honor to be with such a phenomenal group of people, who I consider friends, working at the blood center,” Chow said in the blog interview.

The SBC community praises Chow and frequent blood donors like her.

“It’s thanks to the commitment of donors like her (Chow) that make it possible for SBC to help meet the needs of patients at Bay Area hospitals,” Coyle said in an email to this publication. “A single donation can help save the lives of multiple patients, so you can only imagine the impact Glenys’ generosity has had on the community.”

–Jonas Pao

Watch free children’s theater in the park this summer

The City of Mountain View and the Peninsula Youth Theater offer free children’s theater productions every Friday throughout the summer.

Children attending Peninsula Youth Theater’s “Theatre in the Park” summer camp will perform a different 45-minute show each week on the outdoor ParkStage, which is adjacent to Pioneer Park at 1146 Church St.

All shows start at 3 p.m.:

• Friday June 17: crash at Camelot

• Friday, June 24: The Heartless Giant

• Friday, July 1: My Father’s Dragon

• Friday July 8: The Three Little Pigs

• Friday July 15: The Secret Garden

• Friday July 22: Rapunzel

• Friday July 29: The Little Mermaid

• Friday August 5: The ugly duckling

• Friday August 12: Improvisation 2

– Zoe Morgan


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