Patty Ginochio is owner of Ginochio’s Kitchen & Sonoma Concierge.
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After spending most of her career relocating corporate employees around the world, she began two successful family businesses in the coastal town of Bodega Bay, California with her daughter Alicia and her husband Paul. Patty has been coming to Bodega Bay her entire life and moved to the coastal town 12 years ago.
Patty is on the Board of Directors of Waves of Compassion Foundation, offering the first food pantry for the coastal community; Bodega Bay CERT, helping Bodega Bay be prepared for a local disaster & Bodega Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, assisting local businesses manage the unique coastal business environment. She began the Bodega Bay Collaborative, a group dedicated to providing information to the residents of Bodega Bay on the opportunities and challenges in their beloved village. She was recognized by the Sonoma County Tourism Board with the Hospitality of the Year 2018 award for her leadership role during the 2017 Firestorm, as well as by Congressman Mike Thompson and Supervisor, Susan Gorin.
Patty enjoys hiking the Sonoma Coast, many times leading the hike offering bits of history with the goal that others will love & respect the coast as much as she does.
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|2020-03-23Mar 23, 2020
Our local “HEROES” receive little recognition for all they do for Bodega Bay. These heroes make a positive impact in our lives so I reached out to Bodega Bay and asked who is your local hero? The response was incredible!
|2020-02-22Feb 22, 2020
Albert Hitcock is Coming to Town! The Bodega Bay Area Chamber is once again hosting the Hitchcock Film Fest to benefit the grange and two schoolson March 27 & 28, tickets are on sale. Buy your tickets now to the Bodega Bay Fisherman’s Festival on May 2nd and 3rd at Westside County Park.
|2020-01-31Jan 31, 2020
CSZ - SUBDUCTION ZONE LOVE? IMPACT TO BODEGA BAY? ARE YOU READY? This is a must not miss meeting. Join Bodega Bay CERT on Monday, February 10, 2020 at the Fire Station to learn why there is no love for the Cascadia Subduction Zone major impact if it pops. It can generate a much more powerful earthquake and tsunami than the San Andreas fault. Scientists say it is PAST DUE… Do you know about it? Do you know what to do during and immediately following the quake? Join us for this important life-saving meeting.
|2019-12-29Dec 29, 2019
It has been proven it is healthier to live on the coast. Some of us are addicted to the ocean, similar to chocolate! Best hiking is Doran Beach where you can take your shoes off and walk in the gentle waves while looking at the sand dollars and numerous shells that wash up. Always wanted to learn how to surf, SUP or kayak? Surfs up at Doran and Salmon Creek beach. Go fishing, It has been a bountiful year of fishing from the salmon, ling cod and crabs, it’s all delicious. Just want to cruise, tours are available! BECOME A BB VOLUNTEER.
|2019-12-29Dec 29, 2019
There is strength in numbers. I hope to see some of you in Santa Rosa for the Women’s March on January 18th, 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. in the Courthouse Square. Also the next night, January 19th, is the annual MLK Jr. “Live the Legacy - Make it Happen” celebration at the Santa Rosa High School Auditorium, 7 - 9 p.m. Speaking of blessings, a gift of new life has been bestowed on me this year. I am expecting a baby girl anytime now. She has already brought so much joy to me and my family.
|2019-11-25Nov 25, 2019
The Dungeness Crab season for Sports Fishing opened on time. Dick Ogg of Bodega Bay was just honored by National Fisherman magazine for his tireless work addressing marine entanglement. Bodega Bay Area Chamber of Commerce is once again holding “Chowder Day” throughout the coastal towns. Please do your holiday dining & shopping in Bodega Bay to help close the losses during the power outage, some offer local discounts too. Comedian Vicki Barbolak and friends return for a raucous good time at the Bodega Yacht Club on Saturday, December 14th.
|2019-11-23Nov 23, 2019
Be sure to visit the Artisans’ Co-op Gallery for your local holiday treasures. Gallery wide sale December 18 to January 2, open daily 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. You will find great additions to your home or unique gifts for those special people in your life. Speaking of special people, I would like to recognize Gloria “Glo” Molica, a heartbeat of Bodega who passed on October 17 at age 67 from Alzheimer’s disease. Her presence will be greatly missed.
|2019-10-28Oct 28, 2019
Bodega Bay Firefighters Association is proud to support breast cancer awareness month. They are still selling pink t-shirts at the BB Fire Station. Supervisor Hopkins fought hard for Bodega Bay & won! Who doesn’t need a bit of laughter during the holidays? Join Vicki Barbolak, Betsy Salkind, Phil Griffiths & Lou Brockman on the piano on Saturday, December 14th at the Yacht Club for Comedy for a Cause. UC Davis Bodega Marine Lab ongoing classes in the Fall Seminar Series open to the public, free of charge. Bodega Bay CERT Active shooter response training and so much more...
|2019-02-26Feb 26, 2019
We’ve lost a longtime treasured member of the community. 77-year-old Bill Fink was well known by many as a kind and smart man who would always be in the annual parade flashing one of his beautiful Morgan sports cars. He imported, collected, modified, sold, worked on and of course loved to drive these vintage British cars. Access to links to watch 3 part video series riding Morgan car in Sonoma County with Bill Fink.
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