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CORRALITOS — The recent wine tasting benefit for Sonoma County fire victims held by the Corralitos Woman’s Club raised more than $4,000.

The net proceeds will be given directly to Sonoma County Habitat for Humanity, which has a multi-tiered approach to assisting local residents.

First is ReStore, a donation center that has opened exclusively for wildfire survivors, providing household goods, tools and supplies. Next is repair of homes where possible, or building of tiny homes and accessory dwelling units. Long-term assistance will involve rebuilding homes for families needing assistance.

Misty Bastoni, the Chief Operating Officer of Sonoma Habitat, thanked the Woman’s Club for their efforts.

Local wineries and merchants also donated goods and services, which contributed to the success of the event. Members of the club organized the event and created myriad handcrafted items which sold briskly at the accompanying Holiday Boutique.

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