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Posted: Friday, August 10, 2012 8:23 am | Updated: 8:25 am, Fri Aug 10, 2012.

On June 16, Dr. Rick and Liz Castelannelli joined Dr. Vincent, Denise and Michael Pennisi for a week in New York City to attend the graduation of the Pennisi’s twin boys, Vincent and Dominic, from medical school.

Also in attendance were the boys’ uncle Steve and aunt Cathy Malucchi from San Francisco. Both Vincent and Dominic are graduates of Tokay High School. The ceremony and following reception were held at New York’s famous Lincoln Center. Joining the group for dinner later that evening were tow more doctors in the Pennisi family, Tony Pennisi and Ralph Squifieri, both of whom are retired and living in the New York area.

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KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Sherpa guides on Mount Everest are considering a boycott after the deadliest avalanche in the mountain's history, a move that could seriously disrupt the rest of the climbing season, a mountaineering official said Monday.

Several Sherpas already have quit while others are still deciding whether to boycott following Friday's avalanche, said Ang Tshering of the Nepal Mountaineering Association.

The disaster killed at least 13 Sherpas when a block of ice tore loose from the mountain and triggered an avalanche that ripped through teams of guides hauling gear. Three other Sherpas remain missing and are presumed dead.

Funerals were planned for later Monday.

All of the victims were from Nepal's ethnic Sherpa community, which relies heavily on the country's alpine trekking and climbing industry, with many making a living as climbing guides and others catering to foreign visitors by providing restaurants, equipment or transportation.

In the wake of the avalanche, the Sherpas have expressed anger that there has not been a bigger response from Nepal's government, which profits from the permit fees charged to the climbing expeditions.

Tshering said there were about 400 foreign climbers from 39 expedition teams on the mountain and equal number of Sherpas guides, along with many more support staff such as cooks, cleaners and porters in the base camp.

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Should graduations return to the Grape Bowl?

Lodi Unified leaders are moving Lodi and Tokay high school graduations from the Grape Bowl to the Spanos Center at UOP in Stockton. They cite limited seating, costs and unpredictable weather at the Grape Bowl. But others say graduations at the Grape Bowl are an important Lodi tradition, and one reason many supported renovating the stadium. What do you think?

Total Votes: 100

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