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THE CHALKBOARD: Crossroads preparing outdoor classroom

The Petaluma Health Care District is hosting its annual Community Partnership Appreciation Breakfast event on Wednesday where guests are encouraged to bring a book to support the Community Health Initiative for Petaluma Area Little Free Libraries program. Donations of new or very gently used books for babies through young adults in English or Spanish will be made available through distribution boxes in the Burbank Housing properties in Petaluma. It is a wonderful way to encourage reading and offer access to books outside of the academic setting of a classroom, especially as summer approaches. For more information on how to donate books to this program for local students, contact Erin Hawkins at erinh@phcd.org.

Congratulations to all the students who participated in this week’s Eastside Relay and Westside Relay. These annual events are hosted at Casa Grande and Petaluma high schools with members of the track and field teams assisting coaches and teachers with the coordination of the meets. They are always great events with a tremendous amount of good sportsmanship and school spirit on display.

(Maureen Highland is a Petaluma mother and executive director for the Petalujma Educational Foundation. She can be reached at schools@arguscourier.com)