MLK Day 2013…a day of service

On January 21, 2013, volunteers joined together under the auspices of Kaiser Permanente and Rebuilding Together Petaluma to spend the day at the Family Life Center on Kuck Lane performing various tasks including painting, construction, and landscaping projects on the property.

Over 75 Kaiser volunteers (including their children in many instances) from Kaiser Permanente in Sonoma and Marin Counties worked with staff and students from The Family Life Center.

I had the distinct pleasure of being invited to take a few photos of the event.  I hope the gallery below will give you a sense of the day!


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4 thoughts on “MLK Day 2013…a day of service

  1. Great pictures, Frank. It was good to see the children working along side the adults. There will be lots of beautiful roses this summer.

    Rebuilding together Petaluma sounds like a phrase coined by a person whose first language is German. Just wondering.


  2. Great photos, really liked the one combining auburn hair and the natural wood — can see why they invited you. What is stored in those silos? Thought for a minute I was going to see a “mulch angel”!

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