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|2017-04-12Apr 12, 2017
West County Community Services and City of Sebastopol, in Sonoma County, CA, has an opportunity to provide housing for 15 to 30 low-income families. The City Of Sebastopol has acquired an old established mobile home park & will be revamping infrastructure. WCCS will provide housing and social services to all the residents at the mobile home park. We will begin providing social services during the spring of 2017 & housing during summer 2017.
|2017-04-03Apr 3, 2017
Cittaslow Sebastopol is opening up for volunteers with an orientation meeting Tuesday, April 25, 6:00 – 7:30 at the Sebastopol City Hall (7120 Bodega Ave.).
|2017-04-03Apr 3, 2017
Spring is here and as Sonoma County wakes from its wet slumber we all feel the seasonal urge to spring into action. The garden calls with its sleepy voice, household projects itch to get started, and we all look forward to the delights of a new season. It’s time to make your New Year’s resolution for the planet and think of what you can commit to do for theCommunity Resilience Challenge, running April through May.
|2017-04-01Apr 1, 2017
Losing BrightHaven’s one-of-a-kind animal sanctuary due to unexpected financial challenges will be a great loss to the community and the many more animals who would have been served by our work, in addition to the significant negative impact closure will have on current animal residents!
|2017-03-29Mar 29, 2017
Outside the Council on Aging’s office is a newly completed tiny house that COA hopes to transform into thousands ofMeals on Wheels for home-bound seniors by selling raffle tickets to win the 191-square-foot tiny house and using the proceeds from the raffle to help fund COA’s Meals on Wheels program. And that’s where altruistic tiny house enthusiasts can help out.
|2017-03-21Mar 21, 2017
Can one meal provide empowerment? The Sonoma County Junior Commission believes it can, and they are committed to fighting to end poverty and food insecurity in our own county. The Junior Commission, made up of Sonoma County high school students, is hosting its third year of the Fight to End Food Insecurity Project