Emily Ulhorn of Mill Valley Rotary Club, at center, is joined by Yaker Kawoh and Wyna Barron from the Marin City Food Pantry at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. Courtesy images.

From wildfire victims to Scout Hall’s renovation, just to name two, the Mill Valley Rotary Club has been a force for good in the 94941 for 94 years.

The organizations effort show no sign of relenting, especially during the COVID-19 crisis.

Mill Valley Rotary’s Emily Uhlhorn recently delivered a check for $2,800 to the Marin City Food Pantry at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, one of five Rotary donations totaling $28,000 to help Marin individuals and families struggling because of COVID-19. Other recipients include Canal Alliance, Adopt a Family of Marin, ExtraFood.org and the Mill Valley PTA Food Pantry.

Ulhorn shared her experiences with Yaker Kawoh and Wyna Barron, at center in the image above, the co-managers of the St. Andrew’s pantry, which serves those in need on Mondays, 10:30-12:00. Barron has deep roots in Marin City and is the daughter of workers who came from the South to work in the Marinship shipyard in Sausalito, where 93 ships were built during World War II.


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