Weaving, Grade 6
The YES Foundation
We're developing creative minds by bringing critical enrichment programs to the five schools in the Ross Valley School District, providing equitable opportunities for our students while building community district-wide.
... to all who participated in Wild West for YES, Saturday Nov. 16.
Special thanks to:
Sean Minor Wines- Stuart & Anna Barker
Iron Springs Beer- Anne Dubinsky Altman & Mike Altman
Way Station for the delicious food
Celebrations Party Rental
Nicole Ridella for photography
Silent Auction Donors: Ariat, Boot Barn, Sephora, Old Western Saloon, Patrick Seaton Stables, Dynamic Leader Development, Grace Hernandez Riding Lessons
The event would not have been possible without Melissa Walhstrom & Christy Haddid who went above and beyond as Event Chairs and all the volunteers who helped set up & work the event!
"This season we spotlight 14-year-old Maya Stock [a YES Alum], who performed a thrilling solo reading of the Mozart Flute Concerto in D major for our cameras in the Marin TV studio."
Read more in the Marin IJ
"When I create without reservation, when I experiment without apology, I learn about who I am, what I can do, and I feel truly free."
Marin IJ opinion piece from Will Salaverry, YES Alum