The event, like many others put on by the Cotati Chamber of Commerce, is a way to offer free events while still raising money for the city with vendors and a raffle.
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If you’re interested in the many summer camps United Cerebral Palsy of the North Bay is offering, take a look at their website at ucpnb.org, or call (707) 763-9807.
The non-competitive, co-ed league, which is in partner with the Giants Community Fund (a non-profit organization that funds leagues throughout Northern California), aims “to use baseball as a forum to encourage and educate… youth to live healthy and productive lives.”
Dr. McHugh isn’t what you’d expect when you think of the word ‘retiree.’
The past several years in particular the department expanded rapidly, with four new major parks and trails opening. Two of them, Taylor Mountain and North Sonoma Mountain, are in close vicinity to Rohnert Park’s Crane Creek Regional Park, expanding closer outdoor recreational opportunities for Rohnert Park, Cotati and Penngrove residents.