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Redwood Credit Union Names Suzanne Girl About Town Knowlton Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications

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Santa Rosa, CA – Redwood Credit Union (RCU) has pro- moted Suzanne Knowlton to senior

president and

vice of

marketing nications.

commu- In

her new role, Knowlton over- sees both the marketing

and communica- tions depart-

ments, leading one team in cre- ating

tive campaigns to


distinc- the

community about the services and products RCU offers, and the other in supporting corpo- rate and member service com- munications, as well as public relations and social media

efforts. A seasoned profes-

sional with more than 19 years of experience

in marketing management with com- panies


as Lowepro, Blurb Inc., and O’Reilly Me- dia, Knowlton has developed projects with organizations across the globe. At RCU, she has served as marketing manager since 2014.

Knowlton holds a bachelor’s

degree in business administra- tion from California State Uni- versity Sacramento and was recently part of the 2018 grad-

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reminds, “Plant daffodils, tulips, freesia, hyacinth etc. beneath cool season bloomers like pansies, pop- pies, ornamental cabbage, prim- rose and cyclamen. The bulbs will pop up right through the flowering plants, creat- ing an amaz- ing dou- ble-decker display in spring.”

Cindy says, “Prepare for frost! All it takes is one night of those temps to kill our young ten- der plants, so

if you wait too long it will be too late!” Gasp!

Hey, WFC has a

great toy section!

These two blue heeler/malamute bothers are big fans of Western Farm Center! They love the wide selection of toys, goodies and treats!

Since 1967 we’ve been the favorite place to shop for your pets & farm animals!

Western Farm Center

21 West 7th Street ~ Santa Rosa • Phone: 707-545-0721

Mon-Sat 8am-5:30pm Sun 9:30am-4pm

30 • October 2018 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC. Vaccination clinics every Sunday from 9:30am to 11:30 am Sabrina Howell, owner of Wild

Toad Nursery (529-5261), says it’s time to clean your ponds! Cut back water plants and remove de- bris. When you pull material out of your pond put it on a wire mesh so pond crea- tures can wiggle back into the wa- ter before you compost the remains! It’s actually a great time to put in a pond, full of elegant water plants and wonderful- ness, a new ecosystem for your little

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piece of Paradise! Take time to discover and visit all of the plant nurseries in our be- yond- beautiful Sonoma County. Build a little house for the song- birds (may they forever sing!) and let your garden be a sanctuary for pollinators, butterflies, frogs, crickets. Plant more Shasta daisies and California natives so we can invite some of the ‘wild’ back into our gardens, our sacred places. . .

Kimberly’s musings have

appeared in The Herb Quarter- ly, Mother Earth News, Wild Humboldt, THE Magazine, Arcata Eye and other Hum- boldt County publications.

I’m simple. I love hiking, going to the gym, doing some simple stuff. I love being out- doors, I love bike riding. Just stuff

that’s fun! Lea Michele

Everyone looks so much better when they smile. ~ Jimmy Fallon

Western Farm Center has a solution!

he hooked a Largemouth Bass. The old man couldn’t believe his eyes but chalked it up to plain luck. Shortly thereafter, the young boy pulled in another large catch. The young boy kept catching fish after fish. Finally, the old man couldn’t take it any longer. “Son” he said, “I’ve been here for over an hour without even a nibble. You’ve been here only a few minutes and have caught a half dozen fish! How do you do it?” The boy responded, “Roo raf roo reep ra rums rrarm.” “What was that?” the old man asked. Again the boy responded, “Roo raf roo reep ra rums rarrm.” “Look,” said the old man, “I can’t understand a word you’re saying.” The boy spat the bait into his hand and said... “You have to keep the worms warm!”

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