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Media Coverage 2012

Dining review: New chef draws young fans to Jackson Café

Dining review: New chef draws young fans to Jackson Café

Marin IJ - You've driven by it 100 times. A thousand. And you probably never noticed it. Whistlestop's Jackson Café, adjacent to the Marin Transit Center in San Rafael, one of the many services offered by a 57-year-old organization that promotes independent living and well-being among the county's seniors and people with disabilities.
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San Rafael man gets U.S. citizenship at age 84

San Rafael man gets U.S. citizenship at age 84

Marin IJ - Think you're too old to pursue your dreams? San Rafael resident Roberto Borge, who will turn 85 this month, became a U.S. citizen in January after more than two decades in Marin.
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Senior Center Without Walls

Senior Center Without Walls

Whistlestop is happy to introduce a new service, Senior Center Without Walls
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Brown Bag Pantry

Brown Bag Pantry

The Brown Bag Pantry is open to older adults (60+) who live in Marin County every Friday from 11 am to noon.
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Marin Voice: The best thing about being retired

Marin Voice: The best thing about being retired

Marin IJ - An article in Whistlestop's monthly newsletter, "Got A Little Love in Your Heart?," caught my attention, and I contacted Experience Corps, the organization mentioned in the newsletter article.
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Whistlestop Issues Legal Claim Against SMART

Whistlestop Issues Legal Claim Against SMART

San Rafael Patch - After three years of negotiating with a musical chairs rotation of Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit general managers about the fate of senior services center Whistlestop, Executive Director Joe O’Hehir issued a legal claim to the agency.
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Whistlestop files legal claim against SMART over San Rafael station

Whistlestop files legal claim against SMART over San Rafael station

Marin IJ - Whistlestop has filed a legal claim against the Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District over concerns the planned commuter train will force the San Rafael nonprofit out of its building with no cash for an alternative site.
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