Missions & Milestones

Episode 19 December 20, 2019 00:59:50
Missions & Milestones
Talking with Rabbi Ted
Missions & Milestones
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Show Notes

In the first segment, it’s not quite a year old, and yet this grass roots team, spearheaded by 17 women, has made an indelible mark on its advocacy for inclusivity, diversity and equity in our community. Two representatives from TIDE, Sarah Seitchik and Paige Greene, sit down with Rabbi Ted to talk about milestones made in Petaluma City Schools.

In the second segment, sudden life changes. Meet Andrea Rodgers—born and raised in Petaluma, and second-generation Director of Parent-Sorensen Mortuary. She talks about her passion for people to explain how, for nearly 30 years, she has made it her mission to comfort and console all in their most time of need.

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