COS girls at the California After School Challenge

Circle of Sisters in the News

Check out some of our appearances in the press.

Circle of Sisters participates in the Skate-A-Thon for Health costume benefit on wheels put on by the Northern California Center for Well-Being to raise money for the centers childhood obesity program at Cal Skate in Rohnert Park on Sunday April 15, 2012.

COS Runs in Human Race 2011 (Santa Rosa Press Democrat 2011)

An "Amazing Race" in Santa Rosa (Santa Rosa Press Democrat 2009). Coverage of Circle of Sisters' Amazing Race event in November 2009. Approximately 100 girls completed challenges in downtown Santa Rosa in the style of the TV show "The Amazing Race."

Means Girls in a Digital Age (Santa Rosa Press Democrat 2009). Talks about the issue of cyber bullying and includes quotes from program director Amy Chevrolet and longtime program participant/volunteer mentor Sami Frias.

Circle of Sisters at the California Afterschool Challenge (You Tube 2009) Video of Senator Mark DeSaulnier at the California Afterschool Challenge rally. Circle of Sisters participants from Cook and Mountain Shadows middle schools can be seen in the front holding a sign.

Paying Tribute to Strong Women (Community Voice 2009) Talks about “Tributes”, a Circle of Sisters fundraiser in 2009 in which the girls and women in the Circle of Sisters program had a chance to honor the women who had influenced their lives.

Helping Girls One Stitch at a Time (Santa Rosa Press Democrat 2007). Circle of Sisters participants created 50 handmade quilts and then personally delivered them to the women living at Sloan House, a shelter for women in Santa Rosa.

Where’d That Beautiful Bench Come From? (Rohnert Park Community Voice 2008) Story about a Circle of Sisters community service project in Rohnert Park.

A Safe Haven for Girls PDF (Living Healthy 2006) An article from the 2006 St. Joseph Health System newsletter “Living Healthy” which describes the Circle of Sisters program. Scroll down to page 9.