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After nine years at the helm of the Health Trust, CEO Fred Ferrer will be leaving the Santa Clara County nonprofit at the end of the year. When the Health Trust released the news earlier this month, it gave no reason for Ferrer’s departure — catching many in the nonprofit sector off guard and leading to speculation about the abrupt change. But Ferrer told a group of elected officials and nonprofit leaders who gathered Thursday for a sendoff that there was no drama to it at all. “First off, I’m not dying,” he said at the sendoff at the Mexican Heritage Plaza nordstrom toddler ballet flats. “I don’t have a disease, I did not do anything illegal, I did not have a torrid affair with any members of my staff or any of the other lovely rumors I heard throughout. I wish I could give you some great drama story, but there isn’t.”..

The real story, of course, isn’t Ferrer’s departure but everything the Health Trust did while he was there. Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken Yeager counted off many of those accomplishments while praising Ferrer on Thursday: Improving children’s dental health, including the push to get San Jose water fluoridated and opening two pediatric dental clinics; increasing access to healthy food for kids by transforming cafes at the Children’s Discovery Museum and Valley Medical Center; leading the way on HIV/AIDS prevention and striving to improve the overall health of the LGBTQ community; and supporting healthy activities for older residents like the Senior Safari Walkabout at Happy Hollow nordstrom toddler ballet flats.

“Any way you slice it, we’re sorry to be losing Fred,” said Yeager, who will no doubt be repeating many of these points when the Board of Supervisors honors Ferrer with a commendation Jan. 9 nordstrom toddler ballet flats. The tearful tone of some speakers at the reception — tinged with hope that the Health Trust would continue many of Ferrer’s favorite initiatives — definitely indicated that the change was not long-planned. Charlie Bullock, who has been chair of the Health Trust’s board since 2014, will serve as interim CEO while the agency conducts a search. Bullock, former dean of San Jose State’s College of Applied Sciences and Arts, is retiring at the end of the year from his job as a professor in SJSU’s Department of Health Science and Recreation..

Ferrer says he has no plan at the moment other than to take the month of January off for some relaxation nordstrom toddler ballet flats. Many observers Thursday — including me — don’t think it’ll be too long before Ferrer’s back at it making life better for somebody. ‘NUTCRACKER’ GIFT: For many families, seeing “The Nutcracker” is an annual holiday tradition, but seeing a live performance is just financially out of reach for many others. Thanks to a Symphony Silicon Valley benefactor, that wasn’t the case for hundreds of families this year..

The woman benefactor, who prefers to remain anonymous, attended opening night of the show featuring the Stars of the Moscow Ballet on Dec. 16 at the Center for the Performing Arts and enjoyed the program so much she purchased a $25,000 block of tickets for the symphony to distribute to families nordstrom toddler ballet flats. Symphony President Andrew Bales connected with Christmas in the Park Executive Director Jason Minsky, who got to be “Mr. Christmas” by handing out the 500 tickets — no strings attached — to families visiting the downtown San Jose holiday event..

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