28 • October 2018 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC. Marilyn Herzog Named Sonoma County Harvest Fair’s
2018 Friend of Sonoma County Agriculture Emily Janowski of The Sonoma County Fair
SANTA ROSA, CA. ~ For her decades of dedication to the agricultural
the Sonoma County Fair’s Junior Livestock Auction and the Sonoma County Fair Board, the Sonoma County Harvest Fair is proud to honor Marilyn Herzog with this year’s Friend of Sonoma County Agriculture award. A native resident of So- noma
Herzog has dedicated her life to building our com- munity, supporting youth in agriculture and preserv- ing Sonoma County’s ag- ricultural heritage. Marilyn and her husband Kip Herzog owned and operated Sleepy Hollow Dairy in Petaluma for decades. The pair went on to achieve in- ternational recognition for their
Holstein cattle herd. Marilyn and Kip have since converted
Marilyn’s love for agriculture was planted at an early age. She grew up as Marilyn Ja- cobs on the Jacobs Ranch in Bennett Valley. She was an active 4-H member in her youth, becoming a So- noma County 4-H All Star for outstanding community service and her 4-H proj- ects in dairy cattle and food preservation. In 1962 she was selected as the national 4-H winner in dairy foods and won a scholarship to the University of Califor- nia, Davis. Before gradu- ating
from high school,
she was crowned Dairy Princess for the Redwood Empire. She later went on to be selected as the Cali- fornia Dairy Princess.
some of their land to vineyards and remain active in the coun- ty’s farming landscape.
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Marilyn has served on the So- noma County Fair Board of Director since 2011 and is cur- rently serving as the Fair Board President.
During Fair time
Marilyn can be found ringside in the livestock area supporting local youth exhibitors. She is a fierce advocate for local 4-H and FFA members, encourag- ing everyone “to head down to the livestock area and introduce yourself to at least one young person showing, it will be give you hope for the future of agri- culture in Sonoma County.” Marilyn has even found a way to use her skills as a suc- cessful business woman to give back to the local community. Her travel agency, Marilyn Can Travel, is well known for do- nating or sponsoring trips that are sold through silent and live auctions.
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Hi Upbeat! My father and mother deliver your Upbeat Times each month. They are Paul and Cookie Schaffer. They asked us to take a picture of my kids in hopes of you publishing it. Upbeat Times visited Rincon Valley Little League (RVLL) in Santa Rosa with Colin and Abigail Lopez this past July 2018. RVLL has been a part of our lives for 8 years. We have spent endless weekends playing ball, supporting each other on the field, and making lifelong friends. It’s a beautiful baseball park that is a staple of our community. There are many gen- erations of Santa Rosa families who have had the privilege of playing here. Our family is one of them and it’s been amazing watching our kids grow up here!! ~ Courtney and Marc Lopez
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