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The Fresh Starts kitchen at Homeward Bound of Marin wrapped up its participation in the Great Plates Delivered program with more than 15,000 meals prepared for vulnerable seniors in the community. The goal was to make and deliver meals during the pandemic, when leaving home and going to the store or to get take-out food was considered a health risk, especially for older adults. Pictured (above, top to bottom) are Tom Andert and Chef Luis Realpozo, who worked in the kitchen, and Kathy Fenger who, along with other loyal volunteers, delivered the meals Monday through Friday to households throughout northern Marin.  -Photos courtesy of Homeward Bound of Marin

WildCare’s “Talons & Friends: A Family Festival Celebrating Birds of Prey,” took place on July 11 at Cavallo Point Lodge in Sausalito. Guests learned about wildlife, including a meet-and-greet with birds of prey and other critters that live at WildCare. The event included live music, a picnic box lunch and a 45 minute presentation about hawks and owls from Native Bird Connection. Pictured (above, top) is WildCare volunteer Trish Axesom sharing information with the audience about a northern spotted owl and (above, bottom) special presenter Jenny Papka of Native Bird Connections teaching guests about her eagle owl.  -Photos courtesy of WildCare

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