Glen Ellen

Glen Ellen, CA 95442

BOY SCOUT TROOP #63, Paula Rector, 935-4033.
Scouting program for Glen Ellen boys 6th grade and up. 

CALIFORNIA POETS IN THE SCHOOLS, Arthur Dawson, 996-8727 or e-mail
An organization of published poets who teach in public schools. 

CUB SCOUT PACK #63, John Boehlke, pack leader,
938-1595. Continuous charter for over 11 years. Parent led.

DUNBAR SCHOOL, 935-6070, 11700 Dunbar. Contact Lauren Eckman, Principal.
All purpose room available for community events as scheduled. 

DUNBAR PTA, Tracey Walker, 996-1541. 

FOSTER GRANDPARENT & SENIOR COMPANION PROGRAMS, Walt Hickey, Project Director, 938-6201, P.O. Box 1493, Eldridge 95431.

GIRL SCOUT TROOPS IN GLEN ELLEN, Call 544-5472 or visit

GLEN ELLEN BOOK CLUB, Linda Duff, 996-5635.
A group of Glen Ellen (Valley) women who meet monthly to discuss the works of a variety of authors. Call for information. 

"The folks in Glen Ellen" appears every Tuesday in the Sonoma I-T. Read all about your friends & neighbors & call often with good news. 

GLEN ELLEN COMMUNITY GROUP, contact Eran Glago, 996-1153, or e-mail

GLEN ELLEN FOOD COOP, Ann Taylor-Dang, 939-9733.
A number of Glen Ellen families that purchase & distribute among themselves quantity lots of food and produce, mostly organic & vegetarian. 

GLEN ELLEN HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Nancy Bauer, Pres.,996-5003.
To encourage the participation of the people in the community to research, disseminate, preserve & celebrate the history of Glen Ellen.

GLEN ELLEN QUILTERS, Mary Ann Carr, 996-4614.
Makes the annual quilt raffled at the Village Fair in October. Enjoys informal get-togethers and does other philanthropic projects as well.

GLEN ELLEN VILLAGE FAIR COMMITTEE, Bob Thomas, 939-8610, Box 477.
Creates an annual celebration in one of Calif.'s smallest towns. Food & drinks, local entertainment, Kid's Alley & civic groups. Old-Fashioned fun highlighted by the Fair Parade.

JACK LONDON ESTATES HOMEOWNERS' ASS'N, Gary Graham, Pres., 996-4303.
Oldest neighborhood association in the area, 70 years this year.

JACK LONDON FOUNDATION, INC., Winnie Kingman, Director, 996-2888, 14300 Arnold Dr. (Box 337).
Maintains source material to promote research activities of the life and works of Jack London. Offers free assistance to writers, researchers, etc. of Jack London.

JACK LONDON READING GROUP, Bob Glotzbach, 939-8601
A monthly reading & discussion of one of London's stories.

JERRY PARKER, 935-3283. "Off the Beaten Track."
Columnist for the Index-Tribune, writes on nature & environment. 

KENWOOD PRESS, 833-5155, Fax-833-5175.
Kenworth Shopping Center, 8910 Sonoma Highway, P.O. Box 277, Sonoma, CA 95452
Contact Alec & Ann Peters at
Monthly news-paper covering Glen Ellen, Kenwood & Oakmont. 

RAINFOREST ACTION COUNCIL, Barney Watkins, 996-7972, Box 1921.
To promote local involvement with forest issues, domestic and abroad, with emphasis on native and indigenous rights.

REGENERATION RESOURCES, Gena VanCamp, Co-Director, 939-8601, Box 181.
An educational center about community and the environment. Info. services. Workshops on sustainable living. 

SONOMA DEVELOPMENTAL CENTER-VOLUNTEER SERVICES, Wendy Walsh, Public Relations Officer, 938-6703, Box 961, Eldridge 95431.
S.D.C. provides person-centered planning, services and supports that enable people to achieve maximum independence and full inclusion into life choice and options.

SONOMA MOUNTAIN PRESERVATION GROUP, George Ellman, 996-0601, or e-mail
An informal citizens' organization dedicated to preserving the natural & scenic beauty of the mountain.

S.V. CHARTER SCHOOL, 17202 Sonoma Hwy., Sonoma, CA 95496, 935-4232. Contact Roger Frost, Director, at

SYZYGY - AN EARTHQUAKE NEWSLETTER, Jim Berkland, Geologist, 935-6512, Fax-935-6639, www.syzygyjob @, Box 1926.
Not just earthquake predictions, but an iconoclastic, entertaining, informative & philosophical N/L about past & future earthquakes (what we have learned and how to prepare).

VINEYARD WORKERS' SERVICES, Deborah Swanson, 996-8620, Box 166.
Provides English classes, temporary housing, food, medical and dental services as needed & as available for migrant farm workers.

V.O.M. AMATEUR RADIO CLUB, Ken McTaggart, Unit Leader for Auxiliary Communications Service, 996-1153.
VOMARC provides for communications support for fund-raisers, e.g., SDC's Liberty Ride, and trains for emergency communications for local fire services, law enforcement and at Red Cross facilities.

V.O.M. NATURAL HISTORY ASS'N, 938-5216, 2400 London Ranch Road, Nancy Erickson, Volunteer Coordinator.
To increase the understanding & appreciation of the natural & cultural features of the State Parks in the area: guided walks & tours, patrolling trails, staffing visitors' centers, publishing information.

WINE COUNTRY FILM FESTIVAL, Stephen Ashton, Director, 996-2536, Box 303.
Annual summer festival with films from around the world at Jack London State Park & other select theaters.