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Teen mental health is a priority for Madie Baldwin and more than 100 people  who joined hands to raise $2,175 to support North Marin Community Services teen mental health counseling. Through Madie’s Novato High School senior project, she coordinated a Super Bowl Sunday 5K family run to engage the community in this important topic. Pictured (from left) is Eric Tessin, North Marin Community Services development assistant, Norman Hering, LMFT, North Marin Community Services director of Mental Health Programs, Madie Baldwin, Novato HIgh School senior and Cheryl Paddack, North Marin Community Services Chief Executive Officer.  -Photo taken by North Marin Community Service

Soroptimist International of Novato  celebrated its 45 years in Novato  on March 7 at HopMonk Tavern. the organization’s goal is to empower women and girls and to improve their lives through social and economic programs. San Marin High School sophomore Dajahnaee Straiten, winner of the Violet Richardson Award (left) with Vicki Campbell, chair of the Violet Richardson Award.         -Photo courtesy of Soroptimist International of Novato

Susan Magnone, chair of the Live Your Dream Award (left), and Lydia Rodriguez , a recent graduate from the Culinary Academy at Fresh Starts in Novato,  the winner of Live Your Dream Award.      -Photo courtesy of Soroptimist International of Novato

Soroptimist International of Novato members celebrate at HopMonk Tavern, Novato.  -Photo courtesy of Soroptimist International of Novato


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