November 26, 2020
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West County School Board report Buying Time – WSCUHSD SSU breaks ground on renovation of Stevenson Hall Theatre Company brightens holiday Workers ask drivers to “move over” GEM FAIRE at county fairgrounds Community Market - For the people by the people Rohnert Park restaurant fined for violating Covid-19 restrictions You too - Can be a writer Bittersweet days Flu season is upon us Santa Rosa woman baking doggie delights A Pandemic predicament: Where to go and what to eat? Holiday gift and toy drive goes on during pandemic Sebastopol Exchange Bank moved Thanksgiving – a historical look A free slice of pumpkin pie at Rohnert Park senior center Challenges of Teaching in Quarantine Curbside drop-off sites to open for Operation Christmas Child Bucket Brigade time again Harvest Huddle Hours Sebastopol Chamber of Commerce holds a shopping experience Get the FOG outta here! Breakfast with Santa to go! ¡Saquen a las Grasas de Aquí! SMART to join low-income fare program Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital is 1 of 22 medical centers aided by Sutter’s network City of Cotati appoints library commissioner Credit Union Day raises more than $36,000 for local food banks The Zunnies Humpback whale song and seti soiree How to stay safe during the holidays Hallberg Butterfly Garden Older adults can stay connected during the holidays Your library: A virtual space for teens Curbside drop-off sites for Operation Christmas Child Tu biblioteca: Un espacio virtual para jóvenes The Mysteries of Chanukah A Mini-Retreat EPA Awards $252.8 Million for infrastructure to protect surface waters and drinking water CRPUSD School Board report Thumbs up for Halloween Rohnert Park officially opens “W” new park Doing up Halloween in style Working Lands of the Laguna Watershed Slow Food Russian River Child Care Resiliency and childcare programs News from the CRPUSD Superintendent Dr. Perez Library curbside pickup hours extended across county Students to create a sustainable and equitable future Lime Foundation hosts free academy on zoom Welcome to the drive-in movie- Ratatouille Poinsettia sale fundraiser SMART hires Heather McKillop Watch Elf at the drive-in movie Mobile registration intake center opens in So. Co. Andy’s Produce Market, a legacy based on family values New futsal area construction at ‘A’ park underway Veteran’s Day during COVID-19 Coast Guard Training Center Petaluma Cannabis grower pleads guilty to felony environmental violations Rotary Clubs and RP City offer dinner for seniors and homeless Cotati PD awarded $28k grant from the OTS SMART cuts costs by refinancing construction bonds

Volunteer's Corner

June 7, 2019

Help estimate

Welfare League Thrift Shop is assessing the cost of adding air conditioning to the historic building. More comfortable shoppers translate to more sales to benefit community projects. We need a projection of our energy use. If able to help, call Patti at 707-322-4325.

Help out at ‘Books and Brews’

The Rohnert Park Cotati Public Library Foundation is hosting a “Books & Brews” fundraising event at the Santa Rosa Central Library June 8, 5:30-10 p.m. Volunteers 21+ are needed for check in, serving beer and set up and break downs. Contact Sara at president@scplf for more information.

Lend a hand preparing meals

The Living Room provides daytime support for homeless women and their children. A team of dedicated volunteer cooks prepare hot breakfasts and lunches in their new industrial kitchen. Mon., 7:30-11:30 a.m. Food handlers certificate required after 30 days, six-month commitment preferred. Mother and Child Program volunteers assist staff with daily activities and services and interact with the mothers and children in a positive and supportive manner. Three hours a week, Tues., Weds., or Thurs. with a 2-3-month commitment preferred. Contact Katie at 707-978-4809.

Sign up to volunteer

Sonoma Mountain Preservation advocates for open space, recreation and scenic preservation in Sonoma Mountain/Glen Ellen area. They need a volunteer Treasurer to keep the books, file state reports, keep Excel records and much more. We need an experienced person with finance and budgets, work in a collaborative environment. Contact Meg at 707-933-6241.

Volunteer drivers needed

Village Network of Petaluma needs volunteer drivers over 21 years to take seniors who are not able to drive to doctors’ appointments, social engagement and programs. Flexible, day-time hours, training given. They also need call responders to take calls and emails and send out requests. Tues., two hours a week. Contact Joanne 707-776-6055.