The Trail Center 3921 E Bayshore Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 The Trail Center is a non-profit volunteer organization that creates and manages a network of trails for San Mateo,…More Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and San Francisco counties. Formed in 1983, it does trail building and maintenance, habitat restoration and crew-leader training. There are many ways to volunteer and get involved, as well as ways to enjoy walking, biking and horseback riding along the trails.
Sam's Barber Styling Shop 495 Lytton Ave, Palo Alto, CA94301 Traditional barbershop near downtown. The staff is friendly and talkative and provide business cuts, beard trims, flat…More tops, and crew cuts. Sam's has booster seats for kids and walk-in clients are welcome.
Supercuts 4232 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA94306 Watch for the yellow sandwich board or you might miss this Supercuts location, which is set back from El Camino Real. It…More offers the value you expect from the popular chain, with eight chairs to accommodate a large clientele and extended hours seven days a week. Hair care brands in stock include Paul Mitchell, Joico, Nioxin, American Crew, Redken, DesignLine and Biolage.
The Stanford women's rowing team has a rich tradition of excellence. The Cardinal won the NCAA championship in…More 2009.
Three Stanford women's rowers, Lindsay Meyer, Grace Luczak and Julie Smith, were named to the 2010 U.S. Under 23 National Team roster. They were part of the U.S. crews that competed at the World Rowing Under-23 Championships in Belarus in July 2010. In the classroom, the Cardinal also excels. The Pacific-10 Conference included 19 Stanford women's rowers in its announcement of the All-Academic Rowing Teams in spring 2010.
Every summer, the Stanford Boathouse opens its doors to the community and to rowers around the country, teaching technique and instilling a passion and love of the sport. There are a variety of camps offering opportunities to rowers of all skill levels.