News Briefs
May 24, 2017
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May 19, 2017

Ceres provides education

Ceres Community Project provides nourishing whole-food meals and nutrition education for those managing a serious health challenge. The Santa Rosa based organization is seeking customer service-oriented individuals  to provide support in its cafe. for more information, call Samantha Wyman at 707-829-5833, ext. 104.


Library needs new faces

The Sonoma County Public Library Foundation board is looking for new faces. Contact Scott Alonso, board president if you would  like more information at 650-399-6692 or


South County Center open house

The first Human Services Department office outside of the City of Santa Rosa is having a welcome and ribbon cutting May 31 at 5 p.m. at 5350 Old Redwood Highway, Suite 100, in Petaluma.  Enjoy tours and locally sourced hors d’oeuvres. There will be opportunities to talk with county, local cities and community officials and partnering agencies. Join the S. C. Board of Supervisors and the Human Services department.

Pregnant women need help

The New Beginnings Clinic at Santa  Rosa Community Health Centers helps pregnant women who struggle with mental health issues, homelessness and addiction. Volunteers are needed to help compile and analyze data for the program. Email


Community radio station needs your support

Volunteers are needed to help the staff at The Bridge’s annual fundraising event. Help is needed to set up, take down and staff tables during the event which will be held May 27 at the Guerneville Community Church. Call Ro at 707-837-6161 for more information.


NAMI needs new board members

Do you have a passion for supporting people with mental health challenges? NAMI Sonoma County is looking to grow its board. Anyone with skills in finance or fundraising would be especially helpful. If you are interested in learning more please call Rachael at 707-800-3873 or email