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|2018-02-28Feb 28, 2018
Healdsburg was mercifully spared from the October 2017 fires that threatened on 3 sides but the community continues to generously respond in multiple ways to those who were less fortunate (100,000 were displaced), including offering rooms, driveways and rentals for those in need.
|2018-02-27Feb 27, 2018
The Healdsburg branch of AAUW is pleased to announce the Spring season of our popular lecture series, and we are again offering two new courses, with well-known instructors.
|2018-02-03Feb 3, 2018
Our community has never been stronger than it is today. We were sorely tested by the fires in October. We’ve been tested ever since, as fire survivors clean up the ashes and rubble of our homes and attempt to keep our focus on the future.
|2018-02-03Feb 3, 2018
In 2014, with support from women and men of all ages, Brigette Mansell launched a low budget campaign forHealdsburg City Council and was elected.
|2018-01-02Jan 2, 2018
As reported in December, our Community applied to the American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) Sustainable Design Assessment Team (SDAT) to help Healdsburg develop a vision for a “sustainable future and a realistic, attainable roadmap to get there.” While we await AIA’s response you may read the application here:
|2017-12-29Dec 29, 2017
On the Thursday before Columbus Day Weekend, Craig Nelson traveled to Charleston, South Carolina for a show at the Ella Walton Richardson Gallery. Craig arrived home at 11:30 pm on that fateful Sunday night. Two hours later, Craig and Anna, his wife and fellow artist, were fleeing from their home in Fountaingrove.
|2017-11-22Nov 22, 2017
Beginning this month the Healdsburg Coalition takes a turn writing the monthly community column. Thanks to those who came before us for representing Healdsburg well and to Vesta for this opportunity to highlight monthly issues especially pertinent to our local community.
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