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Incavo Wine Bar owner Blake Jordan (left) and event director Bosil Kim hosted the annual Connected Arts Benefit at the Marin Masonic Lodge auditorium in San Rafael on Dec. 15. The event attracted more than 100 attendees and raised nearly $10,000 for DrawBridge, a Marin-based nonprofit that has provided free weekly art programs for homeless and underserved children throughout the Bay Area for 30 years.

Marin brewmaster and restaurateur Brendan Moylan (above) offered a toast to guests during the event.

DrawBridge president Steven J. Wasserman, Executive Director Julie Scribner and board member Carol Zimmerman (left to right) welcomed guests to the annual Connected Arts Benefit in San Rafael. The organization’s programs are run in large part by volunteers. For information about volunteer opportunities, visit drawbridge.org/volunteer.  -Photos by Mark Reynolds


Anyone 15 or older is invited to apply to work as a WildCare Hospital volunteer.  All training  will be provided at WildCare’s San Rafael facility. Volunteers learn to feed, medicate and care for injured, ill and orphaned wild animals brought to WildCare’s Wildlife Hospital. The next orientations for hospital volunteers will be held Feb. 23 or 24, 12:45-5 p.m. These will be the only Wildlife Hospital orientation dates offered in 2019. For additional information, visit discoverwildcare.org/volunteer-opportunities. -Photos courtesy of WildCare


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