Published September 28th, 2022
MCF presents $100K check to Town at Pear and Wine Festival
By Jennifer Wake
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Thanks to the extraordinary generosity of PG&E, The Eagle Foundation and many other community supporters, the Moraga Community Foundation presented another $100,000 check to the Town of Moraga on Sept. 24 at the Pear and Wine Festival. Funds will be used to construct accessibility improvements, tree-planting and other amenities at the Commons which are part of MCF's Moraga Commons Enhancement program. Pictured from left, front row:? Mackenzie Brady, the new Director of the Town's Parks and Recreation Department, with son Auggie; Dave Trotter, MCF President; PG&E Public Affairs representative Sarah Yoell, with daughter Bella; Moraga Town Council Member Teresa Onoda; Aaron Johnson, PG&E Bay Area Regional Vice President; and Jeff Schwartz and Cathy Harris from The Eagle Foundation; back row: Moraga Vice Mayor Renata Sos; Moraga Mayor Steve Woehleke; Town Manager Cynthia Battenberg; and MCF board members Bob Moore, Tim Culleton, Tom Schnurr, Bill Snider and Rohit Sabnis.

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