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Valley Oak Wealth Management’s ninth annual “BIG Shred” benefiting Homeward Bound of Marin on June 5 was a huge success, organizers said, breaking previous records. More than 18,000 pounds of paper was shredded in three and a half hours. The event was supported by volunteers and colleague partners Zenith Instant Print, Kreativz, Call & Metcalfe, Marin Sanitary Service, Integrity Shred, and Our Lady of Loretto Catholic Church and school that provided the blacktop location. “Having the opportunity to take part in a community-wide event such as the ‘BIG Shred’ is an ideal way to deepen the level of service and experience I provide to my clients and neighbors,” said Tim Russell, founder/wealth adviser of Valley Oak Wealth Management.  -Photo courtesy of Valley Oak Wealth Management


The American Red Cross of the North Bay honored eight local residents and one community partner at its annual event, held virtually on May 26, for chapter volunteers from Marin County. Janet Rogoff  (above) received the Volunteer of the Year Award. A volunteer with the Red Cross since 2007, Rogoff serves as a mentor and co-leader to her fellow Red Crossers and is credited for helping revitalize volunteer engagement for the county. In addition, the following volunteers were recognized at the event: Kay Tsenin, Disaster Cycle Services for Extraordinary Commitment and Dedication Award; Anna Lane, Disaster Cycle Services Award for Leadership; Alisa Zhou, Youth Services Award; Steve Tulsky, Teamwork and Collaboration; Michelle Roberts, Community Engagement Award; Mitch Ablove, Support Services Department Award; Matt Elkins, New Volunteer Award and Marin Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster, Good Neighbor and Partnership Award.       -Photo courtesy of the American Red Cross

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