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Sozo Student Center opens

By: Irene Hilsendager
August 30, 2019

Something our teens have been in need of for many years is now open at 1451 Southwest Blvd., Rohnert Park, near Mt. Mike’s Pizza.

The center is a non-profit coffee and ice cream business that will fund and be a host for a safe space for the youth in the community.

There will be adult volunteers who will supervise the teens to use the computer lab for homework, write up resumes and crate a place where caring men and women will be available.

Every cent that is made at Squatch’s, a little shop that serves all flavors of coffee and even ice cream bars, will go towards keeping the Sozo Student Center up and moving forward for success in the future.