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May 26, 2019
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Summer lunch is back for Sonoma County children Sonoma County Airport expands options with Uber access Fake check scams Volunteer’s corner News Briefs News Briefs Cotati spring curbside cleanup Friday drawings Discharged hazardous waste in K section Sobriety and driver’s license checkpoint Fundraiser for Divine Nov. 4 Upcoming traffic alert News Briefs Volunteers Public education on pedestrian traffic laws Californians traveling get fully vaccinated for measles Helicopters to patrol electric lines News Briefs Second closure of Richmond-San Rafael Bridge News Briefs News Briefs August 10 6th St. Playhouse to audition dogs for Sandy in Annie A. G. Becerra protecting women’s access to birth control Bauman shares tips for allergies Summit promotion News Briefs August 3 News Briefs Oct. 5 Local news briefs Groundwater fee under consideration So. C. Sheriff’s office releases personnel records Santa Rosa man receives life sentence in RP burglary March is Try Transit Month Safe medicine disposal program Call on Newsom to help struggling homeowners News Briefs Work from home scams Trying to steal truck News Briefs News Briefs A transfer of firearms in California Arrests made at checkpoints Tax tips for consumers News Briefs August 24 E. Jones best company Thompson urging to submit artwork Volunteer's Corner Legislation helps people with disabilities move back home Train as a coach to help older adults prevent falls News Briefs September 7 On line dating scams Four grant programs open for applications News Briefs, Volunteer's September 7 SweetPea needs volunteers Raley’s agrees to settlement 17 new laws took effect on Jan. 1 Winter weather, illness drastically impacting blood supply USCIS gives free training on how to apply for citizenship Recruiters needed Governor Newsom commended on wildfire safety measures Rental assistance programs remain on track despite Government shutdown Sonoma State ranked as one of the best colleges for transfer students Kidnapping scam alert Help survivors Homelessness is on the rise among the elderly Sonoma County Rental Assistance Programs continue Brush pile burning at Shiloh Ranch Regional Park Industrial work death in RP Sen. Dodd introduces wildfire vegetation management plan New 2019 firearms laws The fight moves to protect transgender serving in the military Caltrans offers safety tips for winter driving Laguna Wastewater Treatment Plant impacted by flooding CTE Foundation support workforce pipeline Reversal drugs to combat opioid crisis Wildlife Rescue relies on interns DA Ravitch issues notice: Looters and price gougers will be prosecuted Obesity in Sonoma County SMART recommended to receive for $12.6 million grant Wine Entrepreneurship Program now accepting applications Be aware of lewd conduct at Petaluma Shopping Center Dodd promotes free tax assistance Stone to retire Art show features local artists The inability of students to afford food Gold Ridge will not be corp. yard $20,000 donated to wine industry at SSU Vehicle fire near Tech Middle School Former Walmart employee arrested for thefts from store Deputy arrests intoxicated RP driver on drugs, weapons charges Those prohibited from possessing firearms Reporting requirements for new California residents Mother-son pimping and pandering duo sentenced

News Briefs August 31

August 31, 2018

Discuss jobs and unions, Sept. 24

North Bay Jobs with Justice will discuss topics including why unions matter and the consequences of union decline, what is the new labor movement, what is social movement unionism and how does that differ from business unionism. We will explore why unions must build community-labor coalitions to organize low income, immigrants, youth and women workers and the role of Jobs with Justice in building community-labor coalitions. We will also learn about successful organizing campaigns, specifically Unite Here at the Hyatt Vineyard Creek Hotel and to include the ways that the public can become involved with jobs with Justice campaigns and the labor movement. 467 Sebastopol Ave. Santa Rosa.

For more information go to http://OccupySupplySonomaCounty.org or call 707-8777-6650.

 

Volunteer Corner

Find gophers

Gophers have damaged and killed plants at the Luther Burbank Experiment Farm in Sebastopol. Help catch the gophers, who are subsequently sent to the Wildlife Rescue Center in Petaluma. Come around 7:30 a.m. Wednesdays to find fresh gopher mounds, dig a hole into the gophers’ tunnels, set traps and then return later to check the traps. Contact Deborah Lindberg at deblindberg49@gmail.com.

Teach students to sew

Comstock Middle School is seeking a volunteer who can come in once a week and teach students how to sew. The position requires a tuberculosis skin test and fingerprinting. Contact John at jlundblad@srcs.k12.ca.us.

Attend volunteer orientation

Learn more about volunteer opportunities in the southern Russian River Sector of the Sonoma-Mendocino Coast State Parks District at orientation Sept. 29, 10 a.m. to noon at the Armstrong Redwoods Volunteer Center, 17000 Armstrong Woods Rd., Guerneville. Information at https://bit.ly/2LtO4Cp.

Support a foster child and be a friend

Spend two to four hours a week providing emotional support and advocating for a foster child. There are 65 foster children in Sonoma County waiting to be matched with a CASA volunteer. Next training session begins Sept. 6. Information at sonomacasa.org/steps-to-become-a-volunteer.