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THE SAWFLIER

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Few North County residents know more than Cindy Butner about what it means to live in Healdsburg. Butner has learned through osmosis; as the publisher of the monthly Healdsburg Living magazine.

In a sense, the new Artistic Director of the Healdsburg Jazz Festival has been inching back to Healdsburg for most of his adult life. Marcus Shelby, the bassist, acclaimed composer, and new head of Healdsburg Jazz, has played in our home city’s biggest musical event for the better part of the last decade.

When Laura thinks about what she loves most about Sonoma County, she doesn’t think of it as Wine Country. She thinks of it as “Ride Country.” King has always associated Sonoma County with some of the best cycling in the world.

As the COVID-19 pandemic enters Year No. 2, health care is a critical issue in the Healdsburg community and beyond. Luckily for locals, Kim Bender has their backs. Bender is the new executive director of the Healthcare Foundation of Northern Sonoma County.

Meet executive director of the Healdsburg Museum & Historical Society. After 25 years working as a historian here, she has more of a commanding knowledge of the city’s past than just about anyone else.

Restaurateur Will Seppi understands the recipe for success. The Healdsburg native runs one of the most beloved eateries in town.

Meet the executive director of Reach for Home, a regional organization that aims to end homelessness in Sonoma County.

Technically speaking, Shelly Rafanelli-Felman actually is the second female winemaker in four generations on her family’s Dry Creek Valley farm.

Most of Healdsburg’s social justice programs are run through Corazon Healdsburg, a community organization dedicated to helping those in need. This means that many of the most beloved efforts now fall under Marcy Flores.

It’s fitting that Lake Sonoma is what inspired Skip Brand to fall in love with Wine Country. Today, the Silicon Valley refugee is owner of the Healdsburg Running Company and serves as race director of the Lake Sonoma 50, a world-renowned ultramarathon.