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March 24, 2006
Students not allowed to vote on academic policies I write to you today to alert the Community Voice and the rest of the community of our extreme disappointment and outrage with the faculty leadership (through their governing body, the Academic Senate) at Sonoma State University. SSU is the largest university...
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  Got 10 minutes? Fill out a park survey!
March 24, 2006
The city of Rohnert Park is conducting a survey to assess our parks, recreation and open space needs for the next twenty years and we need your input. The survey asks various questions regarding your usage of our parks and recreation programs, along with your thoughts on future park and...
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  Rollers take on celebrities in wheelchair basketball game
March 24, 2006
Far away from the glitz and glamour of the NBA, the Redwood Rollers wheelchair basketball team will play an exhibition game against a group of celebrities Saturday, April 1. The celebrities aren't from Hollywood, they're from Sonoma County. RP mayor Tim Smith, Santa Rosa city manager Jeff Kolin and radio personalities...
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  Little Angels in the outfield in Cotati
March 24, 2006

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  Free better vision classes
March 24, 2006

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  Public Safety recruiters in tight competition for qualified officers, but housing costs raise barriers
March 24, 2006
The future looks bright for law enforcement these days. Nearly every police force in Sonoma County is casting a wide net for men and women recruits seeking a career. This brings out heavy competition as county law enforcement recruiters scramble to attract the finest newcomers. However, there are clouds on the...
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  Inaugural Mayors for Wheels program won't include RP
March 24, 2006
The mayors of several Sonoma County cities delivered meals to seniors in the North Bay on Wednesday, but Rohnert Park was not represented. Jane Doroff, director of the Meals on Wheels Association in Sonoma County said, "The staff at the city tried very hard" to get a representative from RP to...
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  Senior Legislature seeks candidates
March 24, 2006
Do you want to make a difference? Would you like to help create legislation to address the issues that face seniors in the community? The California Senior Legislature (CSL0 is looking for seniors (age 60 +) to run for office; the term of office is four years. To obtain a...
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  New Kiwanis Club for RP/Cotati
March 24, 2006
A new Kiwanis Club for the Cotati-Rohnert Park area has just started, with over 30 new members to date. Club meetings are held once a week, 8 am every Wednesdays at Star Restaurant, 8501 Gravenstein Highway in Cotati. Those interested in joining may attend. For more information, contact Ted...
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  Miranda R. Edgar named to dean's list at Azusa Pacific
March 24, 2006
Rohnert Park resident, Miranda R. Edgar is a Liberal Study major at the Azusa Pacific University. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edgar of Rohnert Park. Edgar is a graduate of Rancho Cotate High School. Azusa Pacific is a Christian university known for its excellence in higher...
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  Exit exam at Rancho Cotate High boasts 97 percent sophomore participation
March 24, 2006
Last Thursday and Friday, sophomores at Rancho Cotate High School took their CAHSEE test. Yes, this was the dreaded one, the exit exam required to pass in order to graduate from RCHS. But it appears the dread is exaggerated. According to Assistant Principal Michael Nolden, "the kids take this test very,...
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  White-flowering Dogwood trees available
March 24, 2006

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  'Park Pass Promotion'
March 24, 2006
The Sonoma County Regional Parks Department presents the "Park Pass Promotion" starting April 1 through June 30. The Park Pass offers unlimited day use parking in all 42 Sonoma County Regional Parks for a full 12 months. "Day use" passes (individual or family) cost $55, "Golden Years" passes (60 +)...
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  Saturday, April 8, will mark the 49th annual District Three Dairy Princess Ball. This year eight young ladies will vie for the title at the Petaluma Veterans Building celebrating the "Dreams of Royalty" theme. The Dairy Princess program is a vital part of
March 24, 2006
Outgoing Princess Erin Leveroni will hand over her crown to one of the contestants at the conclusion of the program. Doors open at 6 pm and the program begins at 7 pm. This year's master of ceremonies will be Ralph Sartori of Dairy Farmers of America. Buffet dinner will be...
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  Sax Rohmer film at SSU
March 24, 2006
"Claire's Knee" will be shown only once Thursday March 30 at 7 pm on the SSU campus. General admission is $5, $4.50 for non-SSU students and senior citizens, and $3.50 for Sonoma Film Institute members and children under 12. SSU students are admitted free. For more information, call 664-2606.
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  Widow support groups
March 24, 2006
The Family and Community Counseling Centers is offering support groups through their widowed services program. For more information, call Jean Peterson at 524-4324.
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  Swedish student lecture
March 24, 2006
Swedish students studying at Santa Rosa Junior College through the International Student Program will have a free lecture Monday April 3, at 12:15 pm on the Santa Rosa Campus. For more information, call community education at 527-4372.
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March 24, 2006
Ballet concert at Spreckels Company C Contemporary Ballet be on stage at Spreckels Performing Arts Center, April 1-2. The program will include works by Twyla Tharp, Lynne Taylor-Corbett, James Swell, and artistic director, Charles Anderson. For more information visit www.companycballet.org.
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March 24, 2006
'Opera in the Library' Santa Rosa Junior College will host "Opera in the Library: The Skyflower Ensemble" Thursday March 30 at 7 pm in Mahoney Library on the Petaluma Campus. Admission is free; however, a $3 permit is required to park on campus.
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  Creative writing workshop
March 24, 2006

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