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June 24, 2017

Penngrove’s Biggest Little Parade July 2

This year’s Grand Marshals will be “Hail the Chief’s” honoring five chiefs who have played a large part in keeping Penngrove safe during their tenure:  Harold Sinclair, Walt Goldbeck, Skip Grube, Frank Treanor and Leonard Thompson.

 
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Ground breaking near SSU

The trail is a three-phase, multi-year effort between the City of Rohnert Park, the County of Sonoma and Sonoma State University to connect Rohnert Park’s existing Copeland Creek Path with a trail all the way to reach Crane Creek Regional Park.

Becoming Independent partners with SMART train

Becoming Independent will staff all concessions stands that will be built into the train cars.