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Publication Date: Friday, February 04, 2005

News Briefs News Briefs (February 04, 2005)

MV man to lead bike coalition

Mountain View resident Greg McPheeters was elected last month to take over as board president for the 400-member Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition. The organization sponsors bicycle-education programs and advocates for increased access on local roads. It is currently lobbying to fix a section of the Highway 237 bike path destroyed during construction of the Los Esteros power plant.

Students help tsunami victims

After hearing of the tsunami in Southeast Asia, four fifth-graders from Huff Elementary School found a way to help the victims.

Carla Alonso, Crystal Rocha, Cassie Taylor and Nicole Vereschagin raised over $200 this past weekend from the sale of baked goods and face painting at Shoreline Park.

MVHS grad earns prestigious Liberace Scholarship

University of Denver fine arts student Glen Carlson, a 2001 Mountain View High School graduate, has been awarded a $1,000 Liberace Scholarship.

Carlson, a senior electronic media arts design major is one of six University of Denver students awarded a Liberace scholarship this year, which is given annually to talented art students. The Liberace Foundation awarded the funds to the University of Denver's School of Art and Art History, which selected the recipients.

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