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   May 25, 2012
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Marin Greek Festival.jpgSenior Access Named as Beneficiary of 2012 Marin Greek Festival

Senior Access, an innovative program that provides a mix of expressive arts, entertainment and personal care to persons with memory loss and respite for families, has been selected as the beneficiary of this year’s Marin Greek Festival.

The Marin Greek Festival, now in its 41st year, is a Marin favorite. Staged on the hilltop at the Nativity of Christ Church in the Ignacio hills in Novato, more than 6,000 guests enjoy everything Greek – dance performances by the award-winning Minoan Dancers, cooking demonstrations, Byzantine chanting, and of course, authentic Greek food. This year, Senior Access has been selected to be the recipient of 5% of net proceeds from the Festival.

“We wanted to support seniors this year and found the perfect partner with Senior Access,” said Rose Hunter, one of the Festival committee members. “Then we found out we have an even deeper connection with them, and knew that Senior Access was the best choice.” Coincidentally, Amalia Haginicols, the head chef for the Festival, is the owner of the Redwood Café that provides nutritious lunches daily for The Club at Senior Access.

The Club at Senior Access is Marin’s favorite social club for folks with memory loss, providing expressive arts, music, exercise and a nutritious lunch Monday through Friday.

“What a stroke of good fortune!” exclaimed Cris Chater, Executive Director of Senior Access. “We are thrilled to be chosen as a beneficiary of this year’s Marin Greek Festival.”
The Marin Greek Festival will be held on May 25 – 27 at the Nativity of Christ Church located at 1110 Highland Avenue in Novato. Free parking and shuttle service is provided. For more information on hours, performances and for the best Greek food EVER, go to www.maringreekfestival.com

Senior Access is Marin’s favorite social club for folks with memory loss. The program is a mix of expressive arts, entertainment and personal care provided by professionally trained staff.

The Club at Senior Access reduces isolation and helps maintain physical, cognitive and emotional health of the person with memory loss and provides much needed respite for caregivers.
For more information about the program, please call 415-491-2500, email info@senioraccess.org or visit us online at www.senioraccess.org.

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Emergency Contact Forms

Gentle reminder Belvedere residents, if you have already received your emergency contact form form your local Block Captain please take a few moments to fill them out and return them. Thank you Belvedere Block Captains for taking the time to organize your neighbors for an emergency.

If you do not have a copy of the form, one can be downloaded from the City's website..

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GG Bridge Event Tiburon Peninsula  Toasts the Golden Gate Bridge

Sunday, May 27 @ 5:30 pm

Join the party and celebrate the Golden Gate Bridge’s 75th anniversary in beautiful downtown Tiburon.  The celebration, on Sunday, May 27, 2012, from 5:30 p.m. to fireworks, will take place at Shoreline Park on Paradise Drive and include entertainment, food and drink and the opportunity to stay past dark to see the fireworks at the Golden Gate Bridge.

The festivities will include the following vendors: the Farmer’s Wife (sandwiches), Hot Diggity organic hot dogs, Red Bamba Mediterrean and Moroccan food, Teeny Cakes, Waffle Mania, Woodlands Market (barbecued oysters and champagne) and the Rotary Club of Tiburon-Belvedere (wine, beer, juice, soda and water). Guests are also welcome to pack their own picnics.

Bridge-related artwork by the children of Reed School will be on display, Young Performers International will provide musical entertainment, and Mary Loveland of Indigo Healing Arts will give offer yoga by the bay. In addition, the Landmarks Society’s Railroad Ferry Depot Museum will be open to give visitors a glimpse of Tiburon’s railroad history and the town’s role in the building of the Golden Gate Bridge.

We expect several more participants and will announce additions to the lineup as information becomes available.

Sponsors and Volunteers: Event organizers are seeking sponsors and volunteers to help make this special event memorable. To request more information, please send an e-mail to rotary@telli.com.

Note Road Closure: Paradise Drive will be closed from the turnaround at the entrance to the Point Tiburon parking lot to Mar West Street. Drivers can use Mar West Street between Tiburon Boulevard and Paradise Drive as an alternate route.

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Sincerely,

George Rodericks
City Manager

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George Rodericks
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