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Chop’s Teen Club to honor Redwood Credit Union with Spirit of Charles DeMeo Award
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Santa Rosa, CA. ~ At the an- nual Give Back To The Future event on Saturday, September 15, Chop’s Teen Club will pres- ent the Spirit of Charles De- Meo award to Redwood Credit Union (RCU) for the impact the organization has made on Chop’s Teen Club and on the youth of Sonoma County. The award is given annu-
ally to a community member or organization that embodies the spirit of Chop’s benefactor, Charles “Chop” DeMeo, who gave generously to establish Chop’s and provide local teens with a safe, fun and productive place to engage, connect and discover their true potential. Awardees are selected be- cause of the unique contribu-
tions they have made to support the youth of the community through their volunteer efforts and leadership. Past winners include Lisa Wittke Schaffner, Bill and Suzie Freidman, Gaye LeBaron, Steve Nielsen and John Bribiescas.
All proceeds from Give Back
To The Future will benefi t the Sonoma County youth at Chop’s Teen Club. Appetizers and cocktails will be prepared by Stark Reality Restaurants. Dinner will be prepared and served by Chef Steve Rose and Chop’s Teen Catering Crew. Cocktails, appetizers and silent auction begin at 5:30 pm with dinner and the award presen- tation starting around 7. Tick- ets are available by calling 707.284.2467 or visit chopste- enclub.org/bttf
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fi nally harvested some of my fi rst cherry tomatoes, the cost to produce them was around $22.91 per pound. I promise not to complain about the cost at $1.99/pound anymore! I’m growing vegetables to get the authentic high quality fresh fl avors, and it’s well worth it! T ere is nothing like home- grown! And favorable they are! I hope your harvest, what ever it may be is most plentiful.
Sushi photo: In my spare mo- ments I made sushi from scratch in late July 2018. In the
ture; an upbeat California Roll with carrots, cucumber(from garden) & avocado. Accompa- nied by homemade miso soup and green onions from garden, heated saki, and delicious ahi tuna rolls & more! Black
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rendering. What ever you do in life,
remember to live it to the fullest! May this issue fi nd you well!
“I’ve learned... . That being kind is more important than being right.” ~ H. Jackson Brown Jr.
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