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And in a brainstorming session with students, when they were throwing out ideas on who to ask to prom, the “Anchorman” star immediately popped to mind, he said. “We just thought, who would be the ultimate person — and let’s shoot for the stars,” he said. Cochran is a huge fan of Ferrell and many of the students also love his movies, said Nick Friedler, a junior who helped work on the video. “He’s very spontaneous and he’s got a very good sense of humor,” he said, citing movies like “Anchorman” and “Blades of Glory” as his classmates’ favorite Ferrell films. “He just seems right for our school.”.
Cochran explains in the video, right at the outset, before anyone can get the wrong idea: “I’m happily married with two children and two dogs, but my wife can’t make it, so I kind of need someone to red ballet shoes with ribbons go with me.”, And then he attempts to reel the actor in, by launching into a list of hidden perks and rewards of attending the shindig, “There’s a chocolate fountain,” he said, “We could ride on a school bus all the way there with a bunch of teenagers (and) I promise to buy you a boutonniere from a chain grocery store.”..
And “I hear that there might be a photo booth and we can take some excellent pictures together,” he said. “It’s hard to imagine it even happening,” Cochran said, his voice drifting, when asked what he thought it might actually be like to have the “Saturday Night Live” star hang out with him among the high school revelers, punch bowl and hors d’oeurves. “I think he would teach me some dance moves that would be useful on the dance floor, though,” he said.
The video was made last week and was posted on YouTube on Monday and has already gotten close to 2,000 hits, but its views are growing, because at the school, “he’s everyone’s red ballet shoes with ribbons favorite actor,” Cochran said, If Ferrell were to actually come to the prom, Cochran said his reaction “wouldn’t be manly.”, “I would probably cry and jump for joy,” he said, “and I probably would keep smiling for at least a year and half, and develop some kind of medical issue with my cheeks.”..
In a partnership with a RE-volv, a nonprofit organization that finances solar projects, the progressive Jewish community installed a 22-kilowatt solar array on the roof of their Grand Avenue building in Piedmont. The 88-panel system is expected to produce nearly three-quarters of the building’s electricity use and save the synagogue about $150,000 over time. RE-volv raised more than $56,000 on a crowdfunding site to pay for the system, which Kehilla will lease for 20 years, and 10 percent of synagogue members also contributed.
The lease payments will fund three other solar projects, thus launching a revolving energy fund called Solar Seed Fund, said Andreas Karelas, founder of the San Francisco-based RE-volv, “This is such an inspiration for future projects,” Karelas told Kehilla members gathered Saturday for an inauguration red ballet shoes with ribbons ceremony, He called the synagogue’s green committee “a force of nature, a force to be reckoned with.” The group has also installed bike racks to encourage less vehicle use..
Committee member Claudine Jones and her partner, Rich Yurman, suggested the solar project after reading about RE-volv’s first project at the Shawl-Anderson Dance Studio in Berkeley. The committee contacted Karelas in July and sat down to plan the project in October. Volunteers provided by SunWork helped build the project, which recently passed inspection. Ralph Silber, chair of Kehilla’s green committee, said, “We’re trying to save our planet not just for ourselves but for our children and our children’s children. What we are doing today is emblematic of what Kehilla is doing as a whole.”.
As a politically progressive interfaith congregation for the past 30 years, Kehilla views social justice advocacy and climate change action as key tenets of their faith, red ballet shoes with ribbons Rabbi David Cooper said the solar project addresses two important commandments: a responsibility to save lives and a prohibition on waste, “Society has to shift into respecting not only the lives of people,” Cooper said, “At stake are the lives of species, as well, This is the generation that has to turn it around.”..