Category Archives: Roseland Project

Adriana Arrizon,

Adriana Arrizon,

Vice-President – Adriana Arrizon is a Child Development Coordinator with First 5 Sonoma and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant in private practice. She has 20 years of experience serving the public health sector in Alameda, Stanislaus, and Sonoma Counties. She is a passionate advocate for social justice and education. Adriana believes that reading is a building block to creating awareness that leads to and educated community and social justice, so she wants to ensure that each child has access to free books and the opportunities that education brings. In her spare time she enjoys cooking with her two boys, reading, movies, and cycling.

Dan Jenkins

Dan Jenkins

Treasurer, Dan was born and raised in Nevada. After college graduation he served for ten years as a commissioned officer and aviator in the U.S. Navy. After Navy active duty he was employed for twelve years in the Air Traffic Control division of the Federal Aviation Administration. An FAA assignment brought him to Sonoma CountyContinue Reading

Roseland library fundraising effort going well

It’s looking more and more like the effort to open a temporary library branch in Roseland is no longer a matter of if, but when. As of Wednesday, library advocates said they were only $10,000 shy of reaching their fundraising goal of $190,000, with more donations coming in daily. The group already has exceeded byContinue Reading

Roseland Village Library Indigogo

Project Summary The Roseland Neighborhood and greater Southwest Santa Rosa is becoming one of the youngest areas in Sonoma County with new families and children abound! For years, Roseland residents have been leading their neighborhood community to new heights thanks to their leadership and the active support and involvement from surrounding Sonoma County residents. ForContinue Reading

Roseland Branch a Reality

Roseland Branch a Reality

Momentum is building for opening a temporary library branch in Roseland, part of a long-standing effort to bring books, educational programs and other services to the community southwest of Santa Rosa. The library would take up space in the old Furniture 2000 store on the site of the former Roseland Village Shopping Center, which isContinue Reading