Jan 28, 2019
by Natasha Pehrson
The large redwoods outside of my cozy cyber-hut are calm today, but during the recent storm were wildly casting limbs all over my deck and yard! Luckily none hit a vehicle or the house! I must admit to being very fearful of thunder and lightning (rare here). Growing up in New England, we received many exciting electric storms and one of my dear Aunts would literally hide in the closet!
I am sending out extra good wishes to Michael and Gail of 'Toys and Treats' in Duncans Mills. Due to Mike's illness, they have been closed and I do hope that they will reopen soon! 'Mr. Trombly's Teas', another lovely little shop in Duncans Mills, has closed its doors! BUT they are re-opening under new ownership – so stay tuned!!! Both of these businesses are (and were) run by folks from Cazadero. So please do patronize such stalwarts as Gold Coast, where the locally-roasted organic coffee beans are delicious, along with delectable baked goods and Cape Fear Café featuring tasty New Orleans/California food, with a very friendly atmosphere. Both the Duncans Mills and Cazadero, our General Stores always have a good assortment of daily grocery needs and locally produced foods and body-care items. Our small communities rely upon these general stores which truly supply what we NEED!
The regular meetings of the Cazadero Community Club resume on Tuesday, March 5th-7 p.m. at Firehall #1. Please join your neighbors in planning events which benefit the entire community! Contact Cathy regarding participating in the lovely Sky Garden at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Montgomery Elementary School starts off February celebrating the 100th day of school on February 6th, which is a great way for teachers to emphasize the various mathematical concepts that can be taught using #100. School will be closed for both Lincoln's Birthday on 2/12 and President's Day on 2/18. The lower grades will enjoy Valentine's Day with cards, play and yummies! The Boosters Club will have a fundraising dinner, with raffle and music, on Saturday. February 16th-time/cost TBA, and also will be held at the Firehall. Contact email@example.com for raffle donations.Ms. Ports.
The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition has announced its 2019 Gold Medal winners. Cazadero Winery, one of Sonoma County's premiere mom-pop winerys, wins more Gold with Bei Ranch grapes from the vineyard originally planted by John Bei in the early 1990's. Caz's 2012 Bei Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon and 2016 Bei Ranch Chardonnay have both taken the coveted Gold. The Public Tasting will be Sat Feb 16th at Fort Mason Pavilion in San Francisco. http://www.cazaderowinery.com
I wish Very happy February Birthdays to Luna Bordero and Charles Radtkey on the 2nd, Matthew Harra on the 4th, Dave Gevas on the 6th,Terry Sheets on the 9th, Monica Wade-Alberigi on the 10th, Olivia Gevas on the 12th, Andrew Harb on the 18th, Natalie Canelis on the 19th, Zac Gevas on the 20th, Donald Velasquez-Greer on the 22nd, Kiona Scherrer on the 25th and Harriet Parmeter on the 26th.
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