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Oliver’s Market Supports North Bay Fire Relief Fund with Contribution and Customer Matching Program

Santa Rosa, CA – Oliver’s Market is joining the gener- ous Sonoma County commu- nity in supporting fi re relief efforts with a $10,000 initial contribution, followed up with a commitment to match up to $25,000 additional dollars in customer contributions to the North Bay Fire Relief Fund organized by Redwood Credit Union, the Press Democrat, and State Senator Mike Mc- Guire. “Our thoughts are with our employees and members of our community who face devastating losses from these wildfi res,” said Oliver’s found- er and president Steve Maass. “The North Bay Fire Relief Fund gives 100% of the con- tributions directly to victims to support both immediate and long-term needs. We are grate- ful for their efforts to support our community as we endure and rebuild from this trag-

edy. We will work toward our $60,000 goal initially, but de- pending on how things go, we may increase it.” To have a donation to the North Bay Fire Relief Fund matched by Oliver’s, custom- ers should let their checker know the amount they would like to contribute and it will be added to their purchase at any Oliver’s location. Stores are located at 546 East Cotati Ave., Cotati; 560 Montecito Center, Santa Rosa; 461 Stony Point Road, Santa Rosa; and 9230 Old Redwood Highway, Windsor. For store hours and more information, visit www.

Weekend Fundraiser Helps Fire victims

Lucas, Baja California!

Santa Rosa, CA. ~ On the weekend of Oct. 14 & 15 The Beverage People donated 20% of thier revenues to help the relief effort.

They were

pleased to know that Redwood Credit Union and Senator Mike McGuire have already orga- nized a reputable, local re- lief fund that uses 100% of donations to help people. Third Street Aleworks is do- nating $1 for every pint sold to those most affected by the fi re. Also, for any fi rst responder or anyone displaced and unable to pay for a meal, they will be glad to take care of the bill. Honor system.

The Beverage People

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Unforeseen Interruptions! From time to time mini fender benders and accidents occur when you least expect them. And they do happen. We are a positive solution to these annoying interruptions. We hope you don’t have to call us. But if you do... We’ll be ready!

Upbeat In Cabo San

The Punitentiary #1

Guy walks into a bar and orders a fruit punch. Bartender says “Pal, if you want a punch you’ll have to stand in line” Guy looks around, but there is no punch line. ~

What do you call a psychic little person who has escaped from prison?

A small medium at large. ~

A woman walks into a library and asked if they had any books about paranoia. Librarian: “They’re right behind you!!”. ~

What happened to the man running in front of the car?

–He was tired

Hal Hickey, father of the bride, enjoying a quiet time at Se- crets Resort in Cabo, Mexico.

What happened to the man running behind the car?

–He was exhausted

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