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Forestville News & Events, January 2019

New Beginnings
No matter how old I get, I love the idea of new beginnings. January seems to afford us to do just that. Start anew.

For example, this month the newly formed Lower Russian River Municipal Advisory Council under 5th District Supervisor Linda Hopkins begins to meet. Our “MAC,” as it’s referred to, stretches from Forestville west as far as Duncans Mills encompassing Hacienda, Pocket Canyon, Rio Nido, Guerneville, Monte Rio and Cazadero on its way.

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Looking for Forestville Columnist for the Sonoma County Gazette For the past 4+ year, Richard Naegle has been writing a column for the Sonoma County Gazette named “Forestville the good life”. He has decided to retire from the column and is looking for a replacement. Read more for details.

Categories: Activism, People, 2017 Posts

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Forestville Historical Society Needs You

The Forestville Historical Society, founded in 1999, needs volunteers for the board and to help out collecting, writing and producing stories, photos and videos on the history of our unique town (see its great website, Forestville Historical Society).

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Forestville Town Meeting, Sun., 3/26, 3-5PM The Forestville Planning Association will host a Forestville Town Meeting on Sunday afternoon, March 26, 3-5PM, in the Social Hall of the Forestville Methodist Church (6550 Covey Rd, Forestville).

Categories: Activism, Special Events, Variety of News, 2017 Posts

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Get Involved

Sebastopol Rotary grants, Sonoma County boards and commissions, Forestville Chamber of Commerce.

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Local Generosity

The Forestville United Methodist Church's Food Closet provides a nutritious and life-affirming twice-monthly food give-out to up to 72 Forestville families all year long.

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What You Can Do

On 1/21:
The day after the presidential inauguration, there will be millions of women and men across the country rallying...

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