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Serving the communities of Corte Madera and Larkspur
Welcome new members and volunteers. We are excited to have you as part of Twin Cities Village!
|New Members||New Volunteers|
|Daniel Petron||Gail Legallet|
|Anne Zucchi||Nancy Tingley|
|Jacqueline Braverman||Virginia Dunn|
Are you interested in participating in a movie group? We are looking into creating a monthly group who will meet to view an early morning bargain matinee at the Lark Theater, which would include a free bag of popcorn.
Afterwards we could enjoy a bite to eat at any of the fine restaurants nearby. Please call Anne at 415-945-8931 to discuss the details. For a listing of what’s showing at the Lark, click
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Special Offers for Twin Cities Village Members:
Rotary of Central Marin Luncheon
Get treated to a delicious luncheon and listen to an interesting guest speaker at Left Bank Brassierie compliments of Rotary of Central Marin! Meet local Rotary club members who share a passion for both community service and friendship. Learn about Rotary’s global network of volunteer leaders who dedicate their time and talent to tackle the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges.
Cost: Free to Twin Cities Village members and volunteers attending for the first time. Regular cost is $25. RSVP is required.
When: Mondays, 12:00 Noon to 1:30pm
Where: Left Bank Brasserie, 507 Magnolia Avenue, Larkspur
To learn more or RSVP, please call Joe Barton at 415-235-9162.
Corte Madera Community Foundation Supports Twin Cities Village
Are you a Corte Madera resident, over age 65, who could use a hand with local rides, household help, pet care, tech support, office organization, or companionship? Twin Cities Village might be able to help.
Twin Cities Village seeks to address the service gap that many seniors face. It is part of Marin Villages, a non- profit, volunteer-supported, membership organization that strives to help seniors age in place safely, confidently and independently. They do that by providing vetted-volunteers who assist members with help needed.
And if finances are the reason you haven't tried it, the Corte Madera Community Foundation might be able to help. The Corte Madera Community Foundation is offering one-year scholarships to individuals interested in joining the Twin Cities Village, but unable to afford the monthly dues. to offset the cost to join so you can try it out and see if it would work for you. Don’t delay, scholarships are limited.
Call Marin Villages at 415-457-4633 and tell them you are interested in applying under the CMCF scholarship plan.
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