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Fresh supports Valley nonprofits

Throughout the summer, Ramekins Culinary School Event Center and Inn and its sister business, the General’s Daughter, hosted weekly dinners to benefit Valley charities. Known as Fresh: Summer Nights in Sonoma, the endeavor raised $5,000, which was distributed to the 12 nonprofit organizations last Friday. Pictured at left are Nancy King of Pets Lifeline and Ramekins Executive Chef Doug MacFarland. At right are, back row: Barbara and Larry Audiss with the Sassarini School Garden, Sassarini Principal Kristin Gornick, Robert Bucher of Woodland Star Charter School; middle row: Tara Boucher of Prestwood School, Aimee Weiss of the Dunbar Elementary School PTO, Kate Molesworth with the Sonoma Charter School; bottom row: Tina Baldry of the Sonoma Mentoring Alliance, Vicki Schnurpfeil with FISH, Lucie Szakallas in the Sonoma Charter School and Virginia Lemoyne and Amber Eilert of Ramekins. (Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

Throughout the summer, Ramekins Culinary School Event Center and Inn and its sister business, the General’s Daughter, hosted weekly dinners to benefit Valley charities. Known as Fresh: Summer Nights in Sonoma, the endeavor raised $5,000, which was distributed to the 12 nonprofit organizations last Friday. Pictured at left are Nancy King of Pets Lifeline and Ramekins Executive Chef Doug MacFarland. At right are, back row: Barbara and Larry Audiss with the Sassarini School Garden, Sassarini Principal Kristin Gornick, Robert Bucher of Woodland Star Charter School; middle row: Tara Boucher of Prestwood School, Aimee Weiss of the Dunbar Elementary School PTO, Kate Molesworth with the Sonoma Charter School; bottom row: Tina Baldry of the Sonoma Mentoring Alliance, Vicki Schnurpfeil with FISH, Lucie Szakallas in the Sonoma Charter School and Virginia Lemoyne and Amber Eilert of Ramekins. (Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

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