Calistoga Depot Provisions; Boys and Girls Club; Kendall-Jackson Wines

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Calistoga Depot Provisions

The historic Calistoga Depot, California’s second oldest train station, opened its doors to reveal the first phase of its renewal—Calistoga Depot Provisions, a modern mercantile and wine shop. The grand opening was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, hosted by Jean-Charles Boisset, Mayor Chris Canning and the Calistoga Chamber of Commerce on July 20. [Photos by Alexander Rubin.]

Boys and Girls Club

Construction is underway on Sebastopol Road for a new 25,000-square-foot Boys & Girls Clubs of Sonoma-Marin. [Duncan Garrett Photography]

Kendall-Jackson Wines

Kendall-Jackson’s global sales force of more than 200 people spent Wed., July 27, volunteering at a variety of farms, gardens and nonprofits throughout Sonoma County and beyond to support the local community and honor its commitment to “Grow True.”  The event marked the largest single-day volunteer effort to date for the winery, where they volunteered at six local nonprofits and community organizations, including Bayer Farm, The Cultural Conservancy’s Heron Shadow, Farm to Pantry, LandPaths, Redwood Empire Food Bank, Santa Rosa Junior College’s Shone Farm and De Marillac Academy in San Francisco.

 

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