Join us for the screening of The Raising of America, by the producers of Unnatural Causes: Is Inequality Making Us Sick? This documentary series explores how a strong start for all our kids can lead to a healthier, safer, better educated and more prosperous and equitable America.
The Raising of America grew directly out of California Newsreel’s four-hour PBS series, UNNATURAL CAUSES: Is Inequality Making Us Sick which explores the root causes of our alarming class and racial inequities in health. The series won Best Science Film/Radio/TV program of 2009 by the National Academies, a duPont–Columbia Award (considered the Pulitzers of broadcast journalism), among other prestigious honors. http://www.raisingofamerica.org/project
A panel discussion will be held after the screening
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Join us for the 23rd Annual Hanna Boys Center Golf Classic. The Golf Classic is open to all and raises money for our specialized education program, to give each Hanna boy the tools and confidence he needs to succeed in school.
The days program is as follows: "Shotgun start, Scramble Format"
9:30am Registration at Hanna Boys Center
11:30am Tee-off, Sonoma Golf Club (shuttle provided)
5:00pm Hosted cocktail hour and BBQ dinner at Hanna Boys center
Entry Fee: $275
Includes: Green fees, brunch, golf cart, driving range privileges, participation gifts, refreshments on the course, and dinner
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Dr. Anda will be discussing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study and the impact of childhood adversity on adult health, mental health and social outcomes, as well as what communities around the country are doing to address the issue of childhood trauma and adversity.
This seminar is open to everyone.
Hanna Boys Center is also the beneficiary of proceeds from other local events, including the PGA Charles Schwab Cup Championship, the Sonoma Valley Harvest Wine Auction and the Carneros Wine Country Half Marathon. For more events click here.
Hanna Boys Center works with a myriad of local businesses. And the Center has a long tradition of welcoming its neighbors to share its facilities, from the tennis courts and swimming pool to fields for baseball, soccer and rugby, along with meeting rooms and halls. On average, each month more than 140 area youth and families utilize Hanna’s facilities.