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Members of the Rotary Club of San Rafael donated $1,000 to Homeward Bound of Marin which was used to purchase new bikes, outdoor play equipment and games for the organization’s emergency family shelter in San Rafael. Pictured next to recipients are (above, middle to right) San Rafael Rotarians Larry Shapiro, Carol Perry and President-elect Robert Chatham gathered at the San Rafael family shelter on March 25.   -Photo courtesy of Rotary Club of San Rafael

Ceres Community Project celebrated its 14th birthday by delivering its millionth meal. The delivery was made by state Sen. Mike McGuire, Windsor City Council member Esther Lemus and Ceres founder and CEO Cathryn Couch. Carmen (last name withheld) from Windsor was the lucky recipient who said, “Receiving these meals is such a gift. It means that I don’t have to shop. I don’t have to cook. I don’t have to smell the food when I am feeling sick. And yet I have these delicious and healthy meals whenever I need them.”  Ceres Community Project cooks and delivers organic, nutritious meals to mostly low-income neighbors in Marin and Sonoma counties who are facing a health crisis. The organization recently was a recipient of a Giving Marin $10,000 grant. Pictured (above, top, left to right) are Carmen, Couch and Lemus and (above, bottom) McGuire and Carmen.  -Photos courtesy of Ceres Community Project

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