Scrapbook gives you a visual recap of what posted on Cupertino Patch last week.
We introduced you to , who through her Girl Scout Gold Award project taught us why we should carry our own reusable chopsticks to restaurants, and why we should encourage restaurants to stop using disposable chopsticks, because they are potentially harmful to our health and the environment.
was featured, too, as a reminder that the homeless have faces and names. Dunn was once homeless on the streets of Cupertino, but he now calls Campbell's streets home. Watch later this week for another segment on his story which originally ran on Campbell Patch.
, the cancer awareness and fundraising event held at De Anza College July 16 was spotlighted a couple of times on Cupertino Patch. Patch reporter and Cupertino resident, Priya Krishnakumar, wrote about the event and provided us with some great . As Ruby Elbogen, the event's entertainment chairwoman, said, "It was a great success and it was both fun and poignant, if that combo is indeed possible."
I was there, Ruby; it is indeed possible.
You'll find all this and more in the Scrapbook, but feel free to click around Cupertino Patch to see what's here. If you like what you
see, please tell us. If you want to see something different, please tell us that, too.