Woodside High School Club honored + crypto startups

Arise and theirs, Redwood City-Woodside! It’s Wednesday, so let’s start with everything you need to know that’s going on in town today.

First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Occasional rain and drizzle. High: 60 Low: 54.

Here are the best stories today in Redwood City-Woodside:

  1. Redwood City Honors Woodside High School Club’s Extensive Community Service (Climate Online)
  2. COVID-19 Recall Shots: Where To Find Them In Redwood City (Redwood City-Woodside Patch)
  3. Worried about forest fires and housing densification, residents of the Portola Valley ask the fire department to take more control over development || (| Online Almanac |)
  4. The New Faster Get Rich Job in Silicon Valley: Crypto Startups (San Francisco Examiner)
  5. San Mateo County residents are among recent obituaries (Redwood City-Woodside Patch)

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Today in Redwood City-Woodside:

  • Bi-weekly Virtual Mile Migraine Support Group meeting this Wednesday (7:00 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Port of Redwood City: “Happy Winter Solstice! Today marks the annual event for the fewest daylight hours in a 24 hour period. Remember to properly light your boat when you are on the water.” (Facebook)
  • San Mateo County – Government: “Local businesses need your help! Donating your business to a local business during the holiday season also helps give back to the community you love. A thriving local business economy is vital to a healthy and prosperous San Mateo County. ” (Facebook)
  • Redwood Public Library: “Next week! Join us for story time in the park: Magical Bridge Playground! On the 4th Tuesday of every month, a librarian is at the Magical Bridge Playground to read stories. Join us on December 28 for stories , songs and finger puppets. ” (Facebook)

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Alright, all is well for today! See you soon.

Eric He