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More than 330 guests attended Huckleberry Youth Programs’ benefit performance of VOLTA by Cirque du Soleil on Dec. 5, under the Big Top at AT&T Park. Through the generosity of event sponsors and ticket purchasers, Huckleberry exceeded their net fundraising goal of $100,000 for programs offering safety, health, justice, and education to more than 7,100 Marin and San Francisco youth. Pictured (above, left to right) are Huckleberry Executive Director Douglas Styles with Huckleberry Leadership Circle donors Ken and Vera Meislin.

Enjoying the VIP treatment at the show (above, left to right) are Joanne Ferris, performers from Cirque du Soleil VOLTA and Huckleberry Board Member Leon Metz.

Huckleberry Youth Programs and Cirque du Soleil have partnered for nearly two decades, resulting in $1.5 million raised for Bay Area youth in need. Pictured (above, left to right) are Huckleberry Board Member Betsy Hausman, her husband Joel Hausman, Christopher Robins, and Huckleberry Board Member Thao Nguyen.

Getting ready to enjoy Cirque du Soliel’s VOLTA (above, left to right) are donor Nicole Thye, Huckleberry Board Member Jerry Peters, Huckleberry Board President Jackie Murphy and Huckleberry Board Member Jared Polsky.  -Photos courtesy of Huckleberry Youth Programs

Ross Valley Players presents “Deathtrap,” Jan. 18-Feb. 17, at the Barn Theater, Marin Art & Garden Center, Ross. The play is directed by Chloe Bronzan and stars (left to right) Amber Collins Crane as Myra, Bryce Smith as Clifford and Greg Crane as Sidney. Visit for additional information and to buy tickets.     -Photo courtesy of Ross Valley Players.

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