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LandPaths connects people to protected land Cotati allows second dispensary Station Avenue gets final approval City of Cotati offers Thanksgiving week fun for kids Active duty honorees at the RP Veterans Day program Election projected winners November 6, 2018 Woman stabbed on west side of RP RP Foundation issues grant Titans crush Mustangs  Cougars blow past Gauchos  CA Homemaker Association needs volunteers Dr. Dominguez and Hawkins named as director and co-director for Hanna Institute The Community Voice endorses candidates Cougars crush Ukiah School board candidates voice opinions State Farm property steams forward to Station Avenue Jessica Holman: Thirty-five years of Rancho Spirit Krispy Kreme Doughnuts comes to Rohnert Park Rancho crushes Analy A possibility for Snyder Lane to have four lanes soon City of Cotati has apartment housing parking problems Rohnert Park City Council Candidates Summit State Bank annual report Frightful, fun, free Halloween activities Public invited to give input on Downtown RP Site Scrappers Steal Win Rancho Cotate Band fundraiser BBQ New interim superintendent Cotati Chamber of Commerce Oktoberfest RP’s new interim police chief Big changes to big project in Rohnert Park Penngrove Community Church celebrates 120 years Cotati approves tree lighting Students at University Elementary discussing the labyrinth R P Foundation gives grants to NOAH and Petaluma Bounty March for the blind highlights need for more accessible sidewalks Cougar to Bear — Simmons’ new pelt SRJC picks up local quarterback The Cougars defeat the Jaguars at homecoming Kids and firefighters compete in RP RP local, Petri Alva, 14, a nationally recognized athlete SweetPea celebrates 31 years Seawolves serve up a victory Cardinals rout Cougars How to help victims of wildfires Polynesia celebrated at annual Pacific Islander Festival Fire storm anniversary Plan approved for Station Ave. park Football in full swing, 3rd win Arrests and charges target Apple stores Annie Rasmussen Celebration of Life Revisiting those who lost it all: October wildfire victims still on the road to recovery SMART celebrates a year of service RP Public Safety report card Penngrove native set for amazing voyage Cotati votes opposition to oil leases SC neighborhood sues illegal pot grower Penngrove grassfire destroys buildings Cotati Accordion Festival still a hit after 28 years RP residents provide input in police chief search Forum hosted by WLV for RP City Council candidates Supply giveaways lend a hand to families Police officers inspect inside of car Lowerys help with campaign Yes on Measure W will keep fire stations open RP to host community forum for public safety director search Emergency Alert System Test Sept. 10 & 12 Spreckels and Alchemia connects community It wasn’t an easy fight but Rancho wins again RP Safety Dept. climbs in remembrance of 9/11/18 Back to school for Rohnert Park and Cotati Another tough break for roller derby RP waits to make update to emergency alert system Cougars slay Dragons Third pedestrian struck by SMART train Enjoying ribs Little ones with big Polynesian dancing spirit Sidewalk repair gets big break from City of RP RP Health Center celebrates anniversary Imitating major leaguers Rohnert Park waiting for approval for canine program
November 2018
November 9
2018 Champions for Children Benefit Luncheon
2018 Champions for Children Benefit Luncheon- Tickets now on sale! 
November 9, 2018, 11:00 AM- 1:30 PM
Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club
Join 4Cs and hundreds of local business and community leaders at a benefit luncheon to honor our community's Champions for Children. Award recipients express the values of 4Cs by promoting the well-being of children in Sonoma, Napa and Marin Counties. 
11:00 am - 1:30 pm
November 29
You can support Food For Thought's work of providing healthy food and compassion

3 great reasons to become a Dining Out For Life Ambassador

Food For Thought’s biggest fundraiser, Dining Out For Life, is happening on Thursday, November 29th.

Ambassadors play a crucial role in the success of this event: spreading the word to their families, friends, and social networks, welcoming and informing restaurant patrons, and coordinating supply pick-ups and drop-offs. Please fill out the form below, and we'll get in touch with you about the details. 

You can support Food For Thought's work of providing healthy food and compassion to 700 men, women, and their dependent children in our Sonoma County communityfree of charge.

It's fun! You get to dress up, eat out, and support a great cause.

With just a few hours of your time, you can help us raise over $150,000 for our clients!

Thursday, November 29, 2018

The event is all day on November 29th, but volunteers will only sign up for a breakfast, lunch, or dinner shift which will be 3-4 hours long. 

Please remember you must sign up on our website or contact me at 707-887-1647 x 103 or to secure your spot as a 2018 Dining Out For Life Ambassador.