The cities and town councils in Corte Madera, Fairfax, Larkspur, Novato, San Anselmo and Tiburon, as well as the Marin County Board of Supervisors and the Marin County Office of Education, are anticipated to fly rainbow LGBTQ+ flags for June, Pride Month, at the request of Marin nonprofit The Spahr Center. The city of Novato will hold its inaugural Pride celebration on June 26 at noon at Novato City Hall, 901 Sherman Ave., Novato.  -Photos courtesy of The Spahr Center

Vivalon (formerly Whistlestop) provided a half million services to Marin County residents during the pandemic. The organization’s pandemic-related services included a phone check-in program, social phone and in-person visiting programs, distribution of personal protective equipment, creating a new call center to aid in vaccine registration and transportation in partnership with Marin Health and Human Services, leading the county in grocery delivery programs and intake for the Great Plates Program.  Pictured (above, top to bottom) are Vivalon Nourish client Mike Lee, receiving meals from a volunteer during the pandemic, Vivalon’s CEO Anne Grey at the organization’s weekly Brown Bag Pantry and Vivalon’s CarePool program that continued to bring older adults to vital medical appointment during COVID-19.  -Photos courtesy of Vivalon

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