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FOOD, FASHION AND ART

Seniors and families in Homeward Bound of Marin programs enjoyed delicious chicken teriyaki dinners with homemade brownies prepared by Novato Chef Eric Lee on Feb. 24. The meals were sponsored by Giving Marin Founding Partner Ultragenyx Pharmaceutical. Pictured (left to right) are Homeward Bound staff members Laura Lee, Lydia Blancas Lopez, Eric Lee and Shardae Barb.   -Photo courtesy of Homeward Bound

Bloom’s virtual fundraiser will take place on May 27, 6 p.m., to benefit the organization’s programs and operations. The special night of celebration will honor its client and volunteers of the year as well as featuring live-auction items. Bloom is a volunteer-powered organization that provides complimentary wardrobes to men, women and children who are transitioning to a life of self-reliance. Visit bloommarin.org for more information. Pictured (above, top) is 2019 Volunteer of the Year Michelle Ruff in the Bloom retail store, (above, middle) 2020 Volunteer of the Year Pat Wooten steaming clothing, and (above, bottom) a Bloom client and volunteer.  -Photos courtesy of Lenice Smith

The Arts+ Bayside Martin Luther King Jr. Foundation provides  students at Bayside Martin Luther King Jr. Academy in Marin City with music and art classes, lessons and projects. These student creations are part of the “Hallway Art Exhibit” mask project.      -Photos courtesy of Arts+

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