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|2020-06-28Jun 28, 2020
Local businesses, namely thePenngrove Market, JavAmoré Cafe and the Twin Oaks Roadhouse joined the effort to help heal Caitlin Booth who was hit on Hacienda Bridge by a large Dodge truck. Her recovery will take months. Penngroovian teen, racquetball athleteHeather Mahoney, won World Cup Player of the Year, her second straight year to win the award. Rancho Adobe Fire Districts’ July 4th Pancake Breakfast and the July 5th 44th annual “Biggest Little Parade” and BBQ are cancelled... Good news is that on July 5th the Penngrove Social Firemen will hold a drive through chicken feed curbside pick-up from Penngrove Park.
|2020-05-20May 20, 2020
PJ and Travis Awe delighted our neighborhood recently by hand-delivering bottles of their own Awe Wines Pinot Noir to 40 neighbors, along with a Happy Sunday message. Kim Hanson’s JavAmoré Café has been named Sonoma County’s Small Business of the Year by Sen. Bill Dodd. The café is our community hub, and provides a needed source of food and emotional nourishment during fires and the coronavirus pandemic. Felix’s Landscaping and Tree Service was voted Best Landscaper in the People’s Choice Awards 2019 sponsored by Petaluma Argus Courier.
|2020-05-19May 19, 2020
Kim Hanson’s JavAmoré Café, which serves as a community hub for Penngrove residents and provided a needed source of food and emotional nourishment during the coronavirus pandemic, has been named Sonoma County’s Small Business of the Year by Sen. Bill Dodd.
|2020-03-23Mar 23, 2020
A new campus for Bergin University of Canine Studies is almost complete at the former Green Mill site on Old Redwood Highway. Facilities manager Eric Jensen and founder Bonnie Bergin gave me a tour last month of the modular buildings centered around a quad. With a budget of $700,000, there will be three classrooms, an administration office, a training space with a mirror wall to reflect what trainers and dogs are doing, and a restroom block. The units house Associate and Bachelor degree classrooms, and a library with small classroom and lunch break space.
|2020-02-27Feb 27, 2020
Susan Swartz. originally scheduled to speak, died unexpectedly on February 25. Her vivid personality and local voice for feminist issues, and local journalism, will be much missed. Susan Swartz’s new fiction, Laughing in the Dark, rides the roller coaster year in three women’s lives as they navigate infidelity, the latest California dying styles, and the absurdities of aging together. Swartz’s was long time journalist, author, radio commentator and public speaker.
Coming Up in AprilTickets are on sale for PWC’s Annual Sips & Bites, April 5. Sip wines and spirits from Sonoma County and taste samples from new chefs in the area. Socialize and make new friends, all to benefit the Club Restoration Fund and Mentor Me.
|2020-01-29Jan 29, 2020
On January 2, 2020, the people of Penngrove and environs gathered at the Penngrove Social Firemen's clubhouse for a presentation of “Living with lions” by Dr. Quinton Martins of the Audubon Research Ranch. The gathering was in response to the recent killing of a llama and a large goat in the Sonoma Mountain area around Lichau/Cold Springs. While people are often afraid of a lion, killing a lion does not help. Dr. Martin said that “if you kill one male, two will takes its place”.
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