Sunday, March 27, 2011


Submitted by Lakshmi Sunder

Gunn’s GRT participated in the Seattle 2011 FIRST regional this weekend. They reached the quarterfinals and received the "Creativity Award" sponsored by Xerox. This award celebrates creativity in design, use of component, or strategy of play. They are one of the few student-run teams that build, design and run the team by themselves. They were also featured in the Seattle Times for making science and engineering fun and wild.

GRT will be participating in the Silicon Valley FIRST regional on April 1st and 2nd at the San Jose State Event Center and we hope the Gunn community will come and support us.

For more information on this event visit

PROM: Memorandum to Parents and Guests

Submitted by Katya Villalobos, Principal

PROM: Memorandum to Parents and Guests
March 7, 2011
Dear Parents, Guardians, and Students:
The staff of Gunn High School sincerely hopes that you have a wonderful experience at the 2011 Prom—as my first I am looking forward to it. Our presumption is that this event will not be marred for any of you by inappropriate behavior. As such, this letter is provided as a reminder of the school rules, which govern the use of alcohol or drugs in connection with a school function.
As you may know, there is a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Palo Alto Unified School District and the Palo Alto Police Department, which prohibits the possession, use, or sale of alcohol, drugs or look-alikes to/by any student or even being in a location where drugs or alcohol are being served or provided. Specifically, the following provisions in the MOU cover the prom; any official school function and travel to and from official school functions.
It is important that parents, guardians, and students be aware of the fact that these rules apply even though the event is not on school property. Parties, which take place before or after the prom, particularly in close proximity to where the event is scheduled, fall within this category. We do not condone students renting rooms without adult supervision or arranging post-prom parties where alcohol could be consumed. Because of our concern about these issues, students must use school-sponsored transportation to and from Prom. This year, ALL participants in Prom will be provided with Charter Bus transportation to and from the prom location. Consequences for inappropriate behavior at the prom may include school suspension, full disciplinary hearing, social probation from remaining school activities
(including dances, senior picnic, and graduation), community service, and counseling.
First and foremost, we are concerned about the physical and emotional safety of ALL OUR students. We strongly encourage you to plan activities that are safe and which will ensure that this will be a positive and memorable experience for all of you. This is a special event particularly for our graduating seniors and I know it will be—fun and safe. On a personal note I cannot wait to see all the students in their finest duds and thank you again for your continued support of the Gunn community.
Katya Villalobos

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Sports Update

Submitted by Miriam Rotman

Clash of the Titans - Students Beat Staff 36-20
“They might have won on the scoreboard, “ said Gunn Dean James Lubbe, “but I’m not convinced they’re the better team. They made some lucky shots that went their way this year.” A disappointed but determined Lubbe was referring to the students miraculous shooting from the outside that spelled the difference in their 36-20 win over the staff in “Clash of the Titans” this Friday at lunch.
Thanks to the three point shooting of Krishan Allen, Josh Jackson and the unbelievable Ori Herschmann, who was making his first athletic appearance since blowing out his knee in warm-ups at the first football game of the year, the students were too much for the staff.
“We’re definitely getting older and slower,” said Gunn’s Staff Coach Tom Jacoubowsky. “We tried to go big, we tried to go slow, but in the end of the day, we just went old. But we’ll get 'em next year.”
Thankfully for the staff, Dave Deggeller, Rajeev Virmani, Chris Karas, Seth Elliot and a special appearance by Kevin Skelly, (outside assistance...) the score was close as the staff cut a 17-6 halftime deficit to 20-16 late in the third, but the students broke it open with a 16-4 run that featured Herschmann’s three pointer off the glass with two minutes left to put in the final dagger to the staff.
Watch out Juniors - the staff wants payback!

The sun is shining (sometimes) and the spring sports are in full swing...

Track and Field -

The Track team was in San Rafael this weekend participating in the "twilight relays". This is a huge meet bringing together over 30 Bay Area High Schools and over 500 athletes participating. The Gunn relay teams all met their goals and the Girls long-distance relay team (1200m-400m-800m-1600m) won their event!!
The next home meet will be 3/24/2011 facing Lynbrook starting at 3:30

The Gunn Boy's lacrosse team made the first strike scoring on a pass from Anatole Colevas to Marcus Cassidy. The St. Francis team answered with 2 goals in the 1st quarter and 3 in the 2nd quarter. Goalie Brent Paulson recorded 7 saves in the first half to keep Gunn in range.
The second half was a different story. The Gunn defense held St. Francis scoreless for the entire half. Down 1-5 at the half, the Gunn team played with more determination. The momentum shifted Gunn's way and Marcus Cassidy scored a second goal in the 3rd quarter. The St. Francis players started to play more aggressively and got called for a number of penalties putting Gunn in "man-up" situations. The 4th quarter got off to a good start. An early goal by Ethan Katznelson was followed just 18 seconds later with a score by Jackson Gardner who caught a pass from Michael Rundell and was able to make a quick turn and got the ball in the net. A determined Ryan Griffiths tied the game at 5-5. He was bringing the ball in on possession and just ran straight to the goal and took a shot. The eventual game-winner was scored by Spencer Keenan with 6:38 left to play. It was a defensive battle to keep St. Francis from scoring. After much back and forth play, St. Francis had possession in the last moments and was working the ball around for a shot as time ran out. Gunn defeated St. Francis 6-5 in their first win of the season. Their record is 1-1 in league play.
The next home game is 3/23/2011 when Gunn will play Los Altos 7:00 PM
Gunn Girl's JV lacrosse team are also doing very well beating Santa Catalina 11-0 in their second game. Eight different girls scored at least one goal each, which is incredibly remarkable for the game of lacrosse, not to mention that five of the eight girls are completely new to the sport and first picked up a lacrosse stick less than a month ago.
The goal breakdown goes as follows: Ahran Cho- 1, Sarah Varghese - 1, Sayaka Yamamoto - 2, Amy Creasey - 1, Zoe Gallagher - 2, Elle So - 1, Hanna Ribbe - 2, Maddy Atmore - 1.

An honorable mention to those girls helping out on offense, as well as the valuable girls on low defense:
Offense: Alex Allen, Rose Hinson, Valeriya Imesheva, Avni Gupta
Defense: Erika Cagampan, Haley King, Noa Shadmon, Marian Avila, Karine McCulloch

And a great job done by first time goalie Ellen Lee.

With this new win, the girls are now 2-0 in their lacrosse season, beating Lick Wilmerding last week 6 - 4. We look forward to the upcoming game with Paly (3/15) at Paly.

Tennis -
In the first match of the season the Gunn team played very well in a non-league match against a good SHP team with a lot of great three set matches. Gunn defeated Sacred Heart prep 5-2.
#1 double (Kevin Macario / Jack Kwan) (G) pulled out a great win to win a tiebreaker in the dark! This was one of our longest team matches ending at 6:30.
In the following game Gunn lost in a close match to Los Altos 4 - Gunn 3.

To avenge that defeat Gunn came out fighting and beat Paly 6-1this Thursday with an outstanding performance.
#1 Austin Leung (PA ) def Clifton Wolak (G) 6-2, 2-6, 7-6
#2 Jinyan Jiang (G) def Blake Smith (PA) 6-3, 6-2
#3 Adam Zorin (G) 6-3, 7-5 def Bar Shavit (PA)
#4 Roy Peleg (G) 6-0, 6-1def Chirag Krista (PA)
#1Doubles Kevin Macario / Jack Kwan (G) 2-6, 6-1, 6-0
#2D Joe Atlas / Ameya Rao (G) 7-5 2-6 7-6
#3D Arjun Narayen / Nabil Hamade (G) 6-2 1-6 6-2

Next Home meet Los Gatos at Gunn 3/22 starting at 3:30 PM.

Softball -

The Gunn girls’ softball team won a non-league 7-2 victory over Castilleja on Thursday at Gunn. The Titans scored early in the first when Claire Klausner got a base hit, advanced on a sacrifice bunt by Laura Kidder, and stole two bases including home. The Titans added to their lead with two more runs in the fifth, on a single by senior Nicole Grimwood followed by a double by junior Claire Collins, who reached home on a single by freshman Camille Steger. The Titans scored four more runs in the sixth on base hits by sophomore Laura Tao and junior Taylor Aguon, a double by sophomore Casey Maltz, and an inside the park home run by Grimwood. Sophomore pitcher Klausner had an impressive first outing, rejoining the team after a stellar BB season, with 14 strikeouts.

Gunn 100 024 7 3 1
Castilleja 000 002 0 2 4 2

Claire Klausner (WP 1-0) 14K; Aryana Lee (LP 0-1)

The Gunn girls’ softball team won their next game too, a non-league 3-1 victory over Mountain View (De Anza Division) on Friday at Gunn. The Spartans scored early in the first on a walk, and an error. The Titans answered with a run early in the bottom of the first when Laura Kidder got on base with a single, advanced on a sacrifice bunt by Casey Maltz, and stole two bases including home.

The Titans held Mountain View scoreless the rest of the game. Gunn went into the lead at the bottom of the sixth with two more runs, started off by single by Maltz, who scored on a stolen base and an error by the Spartans. Taylor Aguon scored the 3rd run after reaching base on a fielder’s choice, a stolen base, and another error by the Spartans. Pitcher Claire Klausner (So)
contributed to the win holding the Spartans to 2 hits, with 10 strike outs.

Claire Klausner (WP 2-0) 10K; Tiffany Wooten (LP)
1B, 1B – N. Grimwood (G)

Records: Gunn 2-5;

Next home games -
Friday 3/18 playing Monta Vista 4:00 PM
Wednesday 3/23 playing Saratoga 4:00 PM


Gunn returned home, following a three game road trip and got their bats warmed up, pounding out 14 hits against the visiting Capuchino Mustangs, whose record fell to 2-6. Five different Titans had multi hit games.

Improving on recent performances, the Titan pitching staff gave up only 1 run on 8 hits. Junior right hander Ryan Gorman started and went 3 scoreless innings. Senior right hander Miles Sturken relieved in the top of the 4th, and went the rest of the way, picking up his first win of the season (no losses). Sophomore Ben Sampson (catcher) started his first varsity game, managing the pitchers ably from behind the dish.
On offense, the Titans found the throttle, pounding out 3 doubles and 2 triples, upping the team average to .336 for the season. Senior Matt Mertz led the charge, going 3 for 4, with 1 RBI and a run scored. Junior Jake Verhulp continued his hot streak, going 2 for 4, including a triple, 1 RBI, and scoring. Senior Jack Hannan also stayed hot, going 2 for 4, with a double, 1 RBI, and scoring once.

Gunn record - 2-2-1

Next home games -
03/24/11ThursdaySanta ClaraGunn3:30p.m.
03/26/11SaturdayThe Kings AcademyGunn2:00p.m.
03/29/11TuesdayMonta VistaGunn3:30p.m.

SELPA 1 CAC parent education event

Submitted by Karen Mueller

Improving Your Child’s Social Skills: From Childhood to Adulthood - Social Skills Therapy encompasses a variety of skills including engaging with others, using language to make connections, understanding perspective of others and acting accordingly, etc. However, to build social intelligence families must have a systematic approach to enable daily practice in order to see changes in the way children play with their peers, organize their lives and exercise their imagination on the playground and in their school work. Please join us in exploring what a “systematic approach” to daily practice looks like with The Talking Playhouse founder, Jenn Bulka. Jenn has been working in the field since 1979 and is a nut for neuroscience and how to change the brain; she has a fresh perspective on what it really takes to make social skills become a habit. The first hour will be about choosing the right path for your young child and developing a plan with “best practices.” The second hour will address late-phase social skills from middle school through adulthood and how the brain continues to develop successful social skills strategies.

Wednesday, Apr 27, 2011 - meeting is 9 to 11 am. Hospitality begins at 8:45am. Covington Elementary School Multi, 205 Covington Rd, Los Altos, 94024.

This parent education event is sponsored by the SELPA 1 CAC All of our events are free and open to anyone who feels they might benefit. No registration is necessary.

2011-2013 Gunn HS Site Council Parent Representatives

Submitted by Renee Hart


For Your 2011-2013 Gunn HS Site Council Parent Representatives
We are pleased to present the following slate of parent-candidates for the 2011-2012 Site Council. Each year, two of the four parent representatives serving on Site Council come up for re-election. According to Site Council bylaws, incumbent representatives can only serve two consecutive terms (four years). This year, Linda Lingg is up for re-election and Mike Needels will retire his seat, following four years of distinguished service to Gunn’s Site Council. Thanks to Linda Lingg and Mike Needels who have graciously offered their services to our community.
Please vote for TWO (2) candidates and either fax, mail or email it to the Site Council office here at Gunn by the Tuesday, April 5 deadline. Please email your E-ballot to: Please include your Gunn student's name and grade on your e-ballot. NOTE: YOU MUST HAVE A STUDENT ATTENDING GUNN THIS YEAR TO VOTE. ONLY ONE BALLOT PER HOUSEHOLD ACCEPTED. The ballot must be in the office by April 5.
If you have any questions about the election process or the Site Council, please call the office (650.849.7932) or email to the address given above. Election results will be announced in next month’s on the Gunn Connection. VOTE NOW!!!

BECKY THOMAS, Parent of Madison Thomas (9th grade) and Dylan Thomas an incoming Freshman from Terman
I would like to offer my experience and serve on the Gunn Site Council next year. I have worked in the classroom, driven on field trips, and helped at social events for many years. Our family is committed to supporting the community and schools in various charitable ways. I believe that it takes all viewpoints to understand the impact of decisions in our schools. I want to continue to serve and offer the value of my experience.
I am currently a Terman Site Council parent representative. I was Terman Middle School's PTA President 2009-2010. I was Barron Park Elementary School's PTA President 2006-2007 and 2007-2008. I was Livsey Elementary School's PTA President 2004-2005 (in Atlanta, GA). I've held other various PTA officer positions. I volunteer at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital. I volunteer as a Barron Park Donkey Handler.

GEOFF BUTNER, Parent of Torey (10th grade)
I am interested in joining the Gunn Site Council for the upcoming 2 year term. I have a daughter, Torey Butner, that is currently a Sophomore at Gunn. I am a very active and involved parent as I am in my second year on Site Council at JLS working closely with Sharon Ofek and prior to that was on Site Council at Palo Verde Elementary School during the transition from Eric Goddard to Lupe Garcia. I have also been a member of the PTA since my kids entered the Palo Alto School system. I have 5 children, of which Torey is the oldest with my youngest currently in Kindergarten. I have a background in finance and am currently employed by Square 1 Bank where I run a portion of the credit and risk management groups making daily decisions on providing capital to venture capital start ups.

AZEEZ CHOLLAMPAT, Parent of Nabeel (9th grade) and Nilofer (12th grade) I am Program Manager at Qualcomm for WLAN Chipsets, managing a team for the WLAN group in Qualcomm to build silicon and systems that goes into hand-held devices. Previously I was running my own corporations, N Square Corporation and Tea-Time. I had ample experience in running a large team and making strategic decisions in group settings. I also have financial management experience through this company and in the current position. I am currently pursuing the Stanford Advanced Project Management Certification. I have attended and graduated "Leadership Santa Clara 2007," sponsored by the City of Santa Clara in 2007 for 6 months. I am the current Treasurer of MANCA (Malayalee Association of Northern California, an Indian community association).

SHANTHI KARAMCHETI, Parent of Siddharth Karamcheti (9th grade)
I am interested in applying for the site council representative position. As a mother to a freshmen student, I have been searching for opportunities to get involved in the school and I find that this may be an area where I can use my experience and expertise to benefit the school while also getting to learn more about my child's school. I think I can be of benefit to this committee. In particular, my volunteer experience in my son's past school (where my daughters continue to be at present) as a Strategic Vision Committee member will be very useful. As a member of the Programs Committee, I was responsible for proposing various programs to benefit the school. Some of the programs that I am responsible for include: Middle School Initiative, Psychosocial Program (hiring of a full time school counselor to work with teachers/students and parents), Mandarin in the classrooms, a state of the art Media Center, School intramural program as well as Project Based Learning in the classrooms. As a member of the committee, it was not enough for us to just propose these programs, but to also research the feasibility of these programs. Many of these programs have been currently implemented as well.

Currently, I am a program manager with Edgewood Center for Children and Families. I manage the Differential Repose Program which is a division of Human Services Agency/Child Protective Services (CPS), child abuse and neglect unit in San Mateo. I am also a privately practicing psychotherapist. As a therapist and social worker, I have innumerable years of experience working in and within the educational system. I understand families, children and systems very well. I look forward to hearing from the committee.

LINDA LINGG, Parent of Chris Bennett (10th grade) and Joe Bennett (12th grade)
My name is Linda Lingg and I am running for re-election to a Parent Representative seat on the Gunn Site Council where my sons, Joe Bennett (Grade 12) and Chris Bennett (Grade 10) are students. Currently, I serve as the Chair for the Parent Reps and as Site Council-PTSA Liaison. Previously at Gunn, I have been PTSA Historian and participated in the Assessment Focus Group of Gunn’s accreditation process with the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
I am committed to helping all of our children receive the best education we can give them taking into account their unique gifts, talents, interests, learning styles, maturity levels and post-secondary goals. Through Site Council, I continue to push for self-examination and open discussion of all aspects of Gunn’s culture, academics and administration and to keep communication with the school district and school board transparent and active.
In the past, I have had the honor to serve on Site Council at Barron Park Elementary School for one year and at Terman Middle School for four years with three as the Chair. Other relevant volunteer experiences include five PAUSD district committees, PTA executive board positions at Barron Park and Terman Middle schools, Barron Park Elementary representative on the All School’s Fund board (pre-PiE), and creation of a mentoring program for middle school girls interested in science and engineering in conjunction with St. Elizabeth Seton School and the AAUW.

MONICA MALAMUD, Parent of Kevin Makowski (8th grade) and Nico Makowski (10th grade)
While my sons were at Escondido, I volunteered weekly in their classrooms and I was a member of the Site Council for two terms (2002-2006). At Jordan, I was the alternate representative to the Superintendent’s AAAG (Attendance Area Advisory Group) in 2006 and I was a member of the Site Council in 2008-2010, serving as co-chair in the last year. I served as president of SIPAPA in 2002-2003 and 2004-2005.
I have always worked in education. I have taught Computer Science courses and Spanish at different universities in Argentina, Michigan, Massachusetts and the Bay Area. Since 2000, I have been teaching Spanish full-time at a community college. In my current position, in addition to my primary role as an educator, I have occupied a number of leadership positions: Academic Senate Governing Council (7 years so far, currently Secretary), College Council (5 years, including two years as chair), Planning and Budget (4 years), Strategic Planning and Educational Master Plan Steering Committees (3 years), Faculty Union Executive Committee (6 years so far, currently in 3rd year as President). In addition to teaching college level full-time, I worked as a substitute teacher in PAUSD (I substituted from Kinder to high school).
In summary, my experience in education includes teaching kindergarten through college as well as representing parents and colleagues in governance and decision-making bodies. I am used to considering multiple points of view, competing interests and finite resources, and working together to accomplish successful outcomes. If I have the opportunity to serve on the Site Council, I believe that my broad experience in education and leadership roles will allow me to make a valuable contribution to Gunn’s community.

PREETI SHRIKHANDE, Parent of Aditya Srinivasan (9th grade)
Personal Background:
I have 2 sons. The older one graduated from Gunn last year and the younger one is a freshman this year. All these years I volunteered in various activities in the schools as room mom, math Olympiad teacher, science teacher helper and various single day activities like field trips, international festivals, etc. but was never able to take on a significant role due to my work and other commitments. I was always in awe of other parents who took up significant roles in the PTA and other critical organizations and provided so much support and help for our students. Now I have taken a few years off from work so am very keen on taking on a larger commitment to the school our community.
Technical Background:
I have graduate degrees in Computer Science and Statistics and I have worked in software organizations for over 25 years.For the last 7 years I have worked as an Operational Excellence Specialist. In that role I had to identify and seek improvements to processes, products and people for large cross functional teams in companies like eBay, Paypal & Sun. Every day I was involved with a large variety of decisions from basic to executive level. All these decisions had to be coordinated and evaluated with data and opinions from several groups & people and had to be done in a very collaborative manner.

Vote for 2 candidates either on paper or electronically
Voters must have a student now at Gunn.
One ballot per household, please.


Your Gunn Student’s

Name:_________________________________ Grade:_________

Mail to Gunn HS Site Council:
780 Arastradero Road, Palo Alto, CA 94306
Fax to Gunn HS Site Council : 650.493.7801
Or Email to: Renee Hart

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

2011 Winter Sports Award Winners

Submitted by Miriam Rotman

Winter Sports Award Winners:

JV Girls’ Basketball
Coach Mike Ferolino 5-7 in SCVAL (3rd), 9-11 overall record
Most Valuable: Sarah Longyear; Coach's Award: Katherine Berry

Varsity Girls’ Basketball
Coach Sarah Stapp 9-3 in SCVAL (2nd), 19-7 overall, 2nd in CCS
Most Valuable: Catherine Perez; Most Improved: Julia Maggioncalda
Most Improved: Emily Redfield

Frosh Boys’ Basketball
Coach Tom Brosnan 9-7 overall record
Most Valuable: Eli Dawson; Coach's Award: Michael Hwang

Frosh-Soph Boys’ Basketball
Coach DK Kobza 6-6 in SCVAL (4th place), 11-12 overall record
Most Valuable: Sean Barry; Coach's Award: Thorbjorn Lindgren

Varsity Boys’ Basketball
Coach Chris Redfield 7-5 in SCVAL (4th place), 15-10 overall record, CCS Elite-8
Most Valuable: Jack Hannan; Most Improved: Eamon Barkhordarian
Coach’s Award: Eddie Zhou

JV Girls’ Soccer
Coach Laura Adams 1-7-4 in SCVAL (6th), 3-7-5 overall
Most Valuable: Adriana Norohna; Coaches Award: Jenna Melville

Varsity Girls’ Soccer
Coach Damian Cohen 4-5-3 in SCVAL (5th), 10-7-5 overall record, CCS Elite-8
Most Valuable: Holly McKenna ;Most Improved: Jesse Klein
Coach's Award: Alyssa Perreault

Frosh-Soph Boys’ Soccer
Coach Peter Holland 6-4-2 in SCVAL (3rd), 10-5-2 overall record
Most Valuable: Conner Dang; Coach’s Award: Justin MacMillan

Varsity Boys’ Soccer
Coach Dave Lovercheck 3-6-3 in SCVAL (5th), 4-10-5 overall record
Most Valuable: Paul Blanchette
Most Improved: Kevin Wachs; Coach’s Award: Andrew Wohl

JV Spirit
Coach Nellie Gagloeva
Most Valuable: Amanda Xia; Most Improved: Mikeala Klein

Varsity Spirit
Coach Dan Callanta
Most Spirited: Vanessa Xia; Most improved: Tasuku Hirakawa; Most Valuable: Emily Levine; Most Valuable: Tierney Deggelman

JV Wrestling
Coach Braumon Creighton
6-0 in SCVAL (1st), 3 JV league champions
Most Valuable: Stephen Martin
Most Improved: Sean Lydster

Varsity Wrestling
Coach Chris Horpel
6-0 in SCVAL (1st), 8-1 overall record, 24th in CCS
Most Valuable: Stefan Weidemann (CCS champion and 13th in State)
Most Improved: Julian Calderon
Coach’s Award: Chris Jin

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Adolescent Counseling Services - UPCOMING EVENTS AND RESOURCES

Submitted by Roni J. Gillenson, LMFT
Program Director, On Campus Counseling

Adolescent Counseling Services

Adolescent Counseling Services | 4000 Middlefield Road, Suite FH | Palo Alto, CA 94303 | 650.424.0852 |

Protecting Mental Health In A Hectic World
Author Julie K. Hersh will lead a discussion about mental health at this upcoming event, sponsored by Adolescent Counseling Services. She will also be available to sign copies of her new book, Struck by Living, which has been featured on blogs such as Psychology Today and Menninger. To learn more about Julie, visit her webiste:

Date: Friday, April 1, 2011
Time: 10:00am
Location: La Entrada Middle School, MUR (Multi-Use Room)

Breaking the Stigma: Teen Stress
Mark your calendars for Adolescent Counseling Services’ next forum, entitled “Breaking the Stigma: Teen Stress.” This educational event will be free and open to the public, featuring commentary from a panel of local mental health experts. More details to follow! Visit to get the latest information.

Date: Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Time: 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Location: Cubberley Community Center, Room H1, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto

Teen Talk - an ACS blog
Be sure to check out Teen Talk, Adolescent Counseling Services’ informative blog for parents, featuring a new look and convenient drop down menus for archived articles. Visit Teen Talk at

Spring Sounds
Saturday, May 14, 2011
6:00 - 11:00 PM
Pacific Athletic Club
For more info or to purchase tickets, please visit