Redwood Empire

Welcome to the Redwood Empire Chapter of CAHF.   

This chapter serves providers in the Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, Mendocino, Napa, Sonoma and Trinity counties of California.

2018 Officers

PRESIDENT
Georgia Otterson
thegeorgia.otterson@gmail.com

SECRETARY/
TREASURER
Cheryl Cole
Meadowood Nursing Center
Clear Lake

(707) 994-7738
ccole@mwdnc.com

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
Renate Fassbender
Meadowood Nrsg Ctr
Clear Lake
(707) 994-7738
rfassbender@mwdnc.com

EDUCATION CHAIR
Michael Raffee
ONR
(800) 967-4667

Upcoming Events

Join the CAHF Redwood Empire Chapter on Thursday, April 19, from noon to 2 pm, at Charlie's Restaurant, 1340 19th Hole Drive in Windsor.

Our speaker will be
Hanson Bridgett LLP Senior Counsel, Jillian Somers Donovan, who will be presenting on Phase 2 of the Requirements of Participation.

To learn mor
e about our chapter's regular meetings and events, contact Georgia Otterson.


Annual RAP Session set for May 24 - Register now!

Registration for our annual RAP session is now open.

We'll be hosting guests from the Department of Public Health at the Flamingo Conference Resort & Spa, 2777 4th Street in Santa Rosa.

This meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 24, from noon to 2 pm.

The cost for this event is $50 per person, which must be paid in advance, and includes one of three meal choices:

a.) Roasted Free Range Chicken
b.) Pan Roasted Salmon
c.) Butternut Squash Ravioli

Please make checks payable to CAHF Redwood Empire, and send (with a note on your meal choice) to: 

Cheryl Cole
Meadowood Nursing Center
3805 Dexter Lane         
Clearlake, CA 95422
 
All meals include salad and dessert. Orders and payment due no later than May 10.

Questions? Contact Georgia Otterson.


Our Chapter in Action

On December 7, Redwood Empire CAHF Chapter Treasurer Cheryl Cole presented a check for $2,000 on behalf of its members to Sean Anderson, Manager of the Windsor Redwood Credit Union.

The Redwood Credit Union will ensure 100% of this donation find its way to victims of the destructive October firestorms in Sonoma, Lake, Napa, and Mendocino Counties.



It was a very moving time for the chapter and the community at large, but also an opportunity to express hope in future rebuilding efforts in the region.