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August 6, 2020
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History-May 2011 Club active in charity and worthy causes

By: Irene Hilsendager
July 3, 2020

The 20/30 Club does many community service projects and partners with other local charities always on behalf of underprivileged and suffering children. The club distributes thousands of dollars in Rohnert Park and Cotati for worthy causes.

Active 20/30 of the North Bay will sponsor one of the sculptures as part of the Cotati Arts Project and the next sculpture that will be placed is in honor of the children of the community that have so tragically been taken from us too early; especially the late Galilea Pena, daughter of Carlos and Angie Pena who was so unfortunate to have been killed in a car accident last August while visiting Mexico.

John Logan is the current president of the Active 20/30 and would like to invite the community when there is another check presentation.

 

There will be a cow plop bingo Friday May 13, 2011 at 4-7 p.m. with $10 per square. The winners will receive up to $1,000. The grid will be determined by random drawing at noon and the cow will be released at 4 p.m. The square the plop lands in will be the winner. Divided plops will be split evenly between the winners and the celebrity judges will determine all winners.

If no plop occurs by 7 p.m. or the event is cancelled due to weather, the winner will be determined by a drawing and the winners do not have to be present to win. You can purchase your tickets at Sift cupcakery in Cotati.

 

Irene Hilsendager’s column each week touches on moments in the history of Cotati, Rohnert Park and Penngrove.