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Upbeat Times in Segesta, Italy!


ABOUT SEGESTA, ITALY


Segesta was one of the major cities of the Elymians, one of the


three indigenous peoples


of Sicily. The other major cit- ies of the Elymians were Eryx and Entella. It is located in the northwestern part of Sicily in Italy, near the modern com- mune of Calatafimi-Segesta in the province of Trapani. “Segesta (or Egesta) was an important trading town from the 7th century BCE onwards. Situated on the strategically advantageous slopes of Mt. Barbaro, yet still close enough to the coast to support a trading port, Segesta established itself as the most important regional town of the Elymi people.” Says Mark Cartwritght of Ancient.eu about Segesta.


The Temple; It was built in 500 BC but was never finished do to wars. It has been standing like this since 500 BC, it has not been re-assembled! Great to come back home to the Good News Paper. After no news or TV for 3 weeks it was over- whelming when I turned on the car radio on Monday, had to turn it off. ~ Frank Griffo, Sr. of Petaluma, CA.


Redwood Credit Union Welcomes New Community Programs Manager


Santa Rosa, CA. ~ Penny Cleary will lead the team that brings sive


nity programs to the


counties it


serves, including Sonoma, Ma- rin, Napa, Lake, Mendocino, and San Francisco. Those programs support nonprofit partners through strategic


grant- making, sponsor-


ing, and providing volunteers for local events. The team also


RCU’s comprehen- commu-


educates the community about financial wellness through programs like the Bite of Re- ality teen financial fair, and supports economic vitality through access to affordable finan- cial products and services.


Cleary will


also oversee the RCU Community Fund (RCUCF), a 501(c)(3) non- profit fund that


supports community financial literacy


and wellness pro-


grams, as well as local disaster relief efforts. “Our footprint is growing larger, as is the need to support local nonprofits and the important work they’re do- ing,” said Matt Martin, vice president of community and government


relations. “I’m


very excited to have Penny here,


even greater levels of impact and support for our communi- ties.”


Sutter


Cleary came to RCU from Health


in Sonoma


County, where she worked for 24 years leading its fundrais-


...continued on page 30 Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose. ~ Bill Gates helping RCU deliver


2019!


May 2019 Be the Best year ever! From All of Us at WFC!


This cute little dog was caught


shopping at our store, and as you can see is hoping for a treat from one of our customer service


representatives. When interviewed, he mentioned that the selection of toys, balls and even the choice of dog food was immense! “It makes it hard to leave!” and...“There’s no other pet food store as friendly as Western Farm Center!”


Vaccination clinics every Sunday from


9:30am to 11:30 am


Ask about Our FREE Rewards Card!


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


Western Farm Center (707) 545-0721


21 West 7th Street • Santa Rosa


Mon-Sat 8am-5:30pm • Sun 9:30am-4pm www.westernfarmcenter.com


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