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CERES CELEBRATES NEW LEADERS, CONTRIBUTIONS

The Ceres Project empowers youth to serve their community. Photo courtesy of Ceres Project

   The Ceres Project, which offers young people a chance to serve their community by learning to grow, prepare and deliver food to local families in need, recently welcomed 13 new Teen Leaders and announced its graduating seniors have given more than 3,800 hours in service.

   Teens can begin volunteering at 14 and can apply to become a Teen Leader after one year.   Select Teen Leaders speak at public events, serve on Ceres’ Board of Directors as full voting members and participate in Ceres’ policy work in health equity and food system advocacy.

   “I’ve had the opportunity to work at Ceres for the last year and a half. Ceres’ mission is something I’m grateful to support — providing sustainable meals for people who might not have access to them. I love the people I volunteer with and have a lot of fun in the process, “ said Novato resident McGregor Abele.
  For more information, visit ceres.org.

 

Teen Leaders 2022

  • Shruti Pilai – Santa Rosa
  • Joseph Steinberg, Quincy Allen, Mateo Prusky – Sebastopol
  • Abigail Dupree, McCabe Christian, Molly Wiens, McGregor Abele, Kallen Wank, Sophie McKenna, Sydney Mosley – Novato 

 

Graduating seniors 2022

All of Novato

  • Shannon Lafon, 458.25 hours
  • Mia Petrucela, 266.35 hours
  • Amelia Cabrales, 225.5 hours
  • Emma Bailey, 142 hours
  • Bella Rizzo, 138 hours

 

All of Sebastopol

  • Eva Oryn, 296.75 hours
  • Aiden Steinberg, 166.25 hours
  • Siena Bertacco, 93.5 hours
  • Aiden Finegan, 496.65 hours
  • Glynna Nathan, 503.5 hours
  • Amelia Schoch, 104 hours

 

All of Santa Rosa

  • Shahd Ali, 230 hours
  • Mateo Mijares, 267.25
  • Meghan Do, 207 hours
  • Maguire Hansel, 243 hours

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