“Step Right Up,” the sixth annual SchoolsRule Marin event on June 28 at the Marin County Fairgrounds, featured gourmet food, wine and lots of entertainment. Guests generously donated during this year’s Raise the Paddle, raising nearly $100,000 for quality education in Marin County public schools. Pictured (from left) are Kate Jeffers, Alexandra Kaye, Natalie Cowan, Noah Sanders, Paul Venables, the team from SchoolsRule founding partner Venables Bell & Partners. -Photo by Trisha Garlock.
Marin County nonprofits performed for guests and volunteers demonstrated special tech. Pictered (above top) are members of Performing Stars of Marin, (above center) are volunteers from Dedication to Special Education, who organized an interactive display so guests could experience first-hand the innovative technologies that SchoolsRule helps fund, and (above bottom) is the Mill Valley Middle School Bluegrass Band. -Photos by Trisha Garlock
Ceres Community Project is looking for teen volunteers ages 14 – 19 to work in their San Rafael kitchen as chefs preparing healthy meals for Marin residents facing critical illnesses.Teens learn to cook healthy meals from scratch, gain work and leadership skills, and make a life-changing difference for people in a health crisis. The next teen orientation event is Aug. 15, 5-6 p.m. at the Community Action Marin Kitchen, 4308 Redwood Highway., Suite 100, in San Rafael. Reserve your spot at connect.ceresproject.org/marin-events or call (707) 829-5833 extension 305. Pictured are Ceres Community Project youth and adult volunteers and staff. -Photos courtesy of Ceres Community Project