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briefs cont. from page 3 Entz knew little English, but they were able to communicate that he wanted to come to California for the first time to meet Hebroni. Hebroni's family picked up Entz, his daughter Christina, and her boyfriend Thomas, from LAX. Christina studied English in college and was able to be a translator for them. Hebroni's house was packed with family members that night for Shabbat. "My cousins, aunts, [and] grandparents [were] waiting at our house, excited to meet him," Hebroni said. Entz is retired and was previously employed in the government tax field Hebroni took Entz, Christina, and Thomas site-seeing around California. Hebroni said Entz loved relaxing by the beach, going on a bike ride on the beach, having a picnic on Ocean Avenue, and Entz thought that Venice Boardwalk was very interesting. "[Entz] sat [in the] third row for a Lakers game and was amazed at [the] Staples Center," Hebroni said. They also went to the Getty Museum, Venice and Zuma Beach, and Las Vegas. Entz left for Germany on April 17, and Hebroni said he will keep in touch with Entz by e-mail and phone. Hebroni attends UCLA Medical School and plans to graduate next year. "I was always interested in the field of medicine," Hebroni said. "Seeing some- body from a small town across the world do such a selfless act for a total stranger was very inspiring He was more than willing to help save another person's life without knowing where they live or who they are." Fi.nd furry fri000000onn dsa,00 how! p ! May 2 & 25 THOUSAND OAKS CIVIC ARTS PLAZA nk ofanun'lea _'fmmb Arta Croup- June 13 & I:$ CITY NATIONAL (5 K00VU OF ANAHEIM June 21 & 22 FTI DOLBY. THEATRE at ho417wol&highls cear 800.745.3000 Page 4 Beverly Hills Weekly Halimi named as new Beverly High Assistant Principal The Board of Education appointed Beverly High English teacher Michelle Halimi on Tuesday as a new Beverly High assis- tant princi- Michelle Halimi pal. "Thirty- eight percent of our [student] population is Persian American," Halimi told the Weekly. "To have an administrator that really understands the culture and under- stands the families in a different way is probably going to be really meaningful for the families and the staff, [and] it definitely will bring something new to the discussions with the administrative team." Halimi graduated from Hawthorne, Beverly High in 2002, and San Diego State in 2006, which has a specific pro- gram to prepare English majors to teach in high school. Halimi has been in charge of several programs, such as the Service Learning Program, a freshman orientation program called Link Crew, and what she feels was her biggest assignment, being in charge of Beverly High's WASC accreditation. "I'm excited for a new challenge [and] to work with the students, families, [and] the staff," Halimi told the Weekly. "I love this school and I love this district and briefs cont. on page 6 / Donate A 8 or ear. Today! Boating el "2-Night Free Vaoaflon!" I.IO0.AI.ANI|L L, www.boataegel.eom m'  BEVERLY HILLS FARMERS' MARKET .._.--_,. @ 9300 BLOCK OF CiViC CENTER DRIVE 9:00 A.M. TO 1:00 P.M. SIGN UP TODAY C Supporting Sponsor Application available at Farmers' Market Information Booth or www.beverlyhills.orgffarmersmarket For more information contact Market Management at (310) 285-6830