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News: 03/15/2020

Rotary Club fundraiser postponed, meetings still on



The Rotary Club of Glen Ellen-Kenwood had to postpone its March 21 Fab Crab Fest fundraiser due to the sale of Valley of the Moon Winery to Gundlach Bundschu. VOM Winery closed its doors on March 4, and the club didn’t have enough time to find a suitable nearby venue. They are planning a different fundraiser to take place in August or September and details will be forthcoming.

However, club meetings are still on for now, and there are some interesting speakers coming up. If you’d like to find out more about Rotary, come to one of the club’s meetings on the first and third Wednesday of the month, 5:30 p.m. at the Kenwood Depot. Your first meeting is free, and after that there is a $10 charge. For more information, email adamg.reyes@yahoo.com.

Speakers

March 18 – Deb Ramirez Rock, small business entrepreneur, farmer, and owner of Sonoma Hot Sauce.

Sonoma Hot Sauce encourages small and backyard farmers to grow the organic peppers needed to scale Sonoma Hot Sauce so that the sauce will be on every table in the community, reflecting the pride of the people who live and work in the fields, vineyards and community, thus creating economic resiliency for everyone.

April 1 – Mico Elizabeth Quiroz, a human trafficking survivor. Quiroz is now a counselor at Athena House, a residential treatment program in Santa Rosa. She also is a member of the Sonoma County Human Trafficking Task Force, a human trafficking victim’s advocate, and motivational speaker.



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