Whatever the method, voices in the community are being heard and the overarching message is that teachers do not want to be armed, students want safe schools and the Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School District needs to be better prepared for an emergency such as an active shooter or other threats, as grim as the thought may be.
42-year-old Golick was the clinical director for the Pathway Home for veterans where she also served as a staff psychologist for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder. She was also an alumna of the Sonoma State University Master’s degree Counseling Department.
“Right now we have 1,100 eggs - that’s how many we’re going to hide,” says Wilson. “Now we’re working on getting all those stuffed with treats- next week will be very busy!”
“The 24 Hours of LeMons” returns to Sonoma Raceway this weekend March 23rd to the 25th.
“There are a lot of kids that really, really need a lot of help,” says Walker. “I know it’s not a lot but even if it’s just one child I can provide education for or help in any way, that will make a difference in their life.”
If your name is Andy Springer and you are the pastor of a church that is focused on providing family-fun events for elementary aged kids and their parents to enjoy together, bunnies and bounce houses...