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Holiday Guide #1 • 2017~ EVENTS, ENTERTAINMENT, FOOD AND More!


Santa Rosa Native Rushes to Sonoma County to Help!


UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • November 2017 • 15


Redwood Credit Union Creates North Bay Fire Relief Fund: 100% of Donations to Directly Aid Victims of North Bay Fires


Santa Rosa, CA. ~ When Jim Russell heard about the fi res in his hometown of Santa Rosa he was determined to help. Jim currently resides in San Diego and is the Producer of Social Media and Assistant Produc- er of FM 94.9 radio, www. fm949sd.com, home of the Padres. He went on the radio to ask for donations for the vic- tims of the fi res in Santa Rosa. The response was great. He packed his truck full of dona-


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Kojiki and The Universe


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“The art of being wise is knowing what to overlook.” ~ William James UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • November 2017 • 15


tions of water, blankets, sleep- ing bags, can goods, diapers etc and headed to Santa Rosa. He delivered the items to vari- ous shelters and the Salvation Army in Santa Rosa. In addition he had collected $1000 and made a donation to the Redwood Credit Union fi re relief fund. Now that is Santa Rosa home- town pride!! Thanks Jim! From Susan Currie of Sun Pa- cifi c Mortgage.


HEAL


Santa Rosa, CA. ~ Redwood Credit Union (RCU) is accepting donations to assist those impact- ed by the North Bay fi res. Any- one can make a secure donation online at www.redwoodcu.org/ northbayfi rerelief or at any of RCU’s North Bay and San Fran- cisco locations. RCU’s North Bay Fire Relief Fund has been established by RCU Community Fund, in part- nership with Redwood Credit Union, Senator Mike McGuire, and The Press Democrat. RCU is paying all administrative costs, so 100% of your tax deductible donations will aid fi re victims and relief efforts. Donors can choose to designate their sup- port to all four counties impact- ed (Sonoma, Napa, Mendocino or Lake), or they can choose to support an individual impacted county.


Contributions to the fund may be made securely online via credit card or checks can be dropped off and made payable to the RCU Community Fund (with “2017 North Bay Fire Re- lief” in memo line along with a note of “All” or the designated affected county the donation will support). Checks may also be mailed to RCU Community Fund, P.O. Box 6104, Santa Rosa, CA 95406. “Our hearts go out to everyone affected by the fi res,” said Brett Martinez, RCU’s president and CEO. “We’re


supporting our Mem-


bers, employees and communi- ties in a variety of ways with


their fi nancial needs. We’re also accepting fi nancial donations for the fi re relief efforts and victims of these devastating fi res.” Companies have expressed


interest in supporting the North Bay Fire Relief Fund. There are two levels of partnership for those interested in donating at a corporate partnership level: • The Corporate Leader: Com- pany donation of $200,000 or greater, and commitment


to


raising funds for the fi re relief through your business. • The Community Supporter: Company donation between $100,000-$199,000 and commit- ment to raising funds for fi re re- lief through your business


Companies interested in donat- ing at this level can contact RCU at: (707) 545-4000 or (800) 479- 7928. “We know there’s a long road ahead, but the message to those who have lost so much is this—your community cares and is with you. We’re here to help,” Martinez added.


Weird Facts & Trivia - 3


Ketchup was used as a medicine back in the 1930’s.


Americans are on a diet on any given day.


Honey never spoils. About half of all


A hardboiled egg will spin, but a soft-boiled egg will not.


Avocados are poisonous to birds.


Blueberries will not ripen until they are picked.


In 2006 someone tried to sell New Zealand on eBay. The price got up to $3,000 before eBay shut it down.


Thank you for All the Outpouring of Love & Support at this Time of Change & Growth!


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