Resurrection Roller Girls’ "Frogger" Licker and "Braids of Wrath" make a generous donation to Council on Aging Director of Nutrition Jane Doroff to support the Meals on Wheels program.
Resurrection Roller Girls
skate to support local
Meals on Wheels
The Resurrection Roller Girls recently donated $457 to help seniors in Sonoma County stay independent. This women's flat track roller derby recreational and competitive sporting league supports community events and fundraisers while promoting their athletes and the sport of Roller Derby. Each month the group selects a local charity to support and in July the Council on Aging’s Meals on Wheels program was selected as recipient of the proceeds from their match.
These funds will be used to provide meals for homebound seniors in Sonoma County. Meals on Wheels delivers fresh meals to temporarily home-bound and chronically ill seniors. We serve over 215,000 meals to 1,650 seniors annually. In addition, ten dining sites provide 41,000 meals and companionship to 1,700 seniors annually. Therapeutic meals and nutritional counseling are also available.
About Council on Aging Services for Seniors
Council on Aging is a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization providing services for Sonoma County seniors, 60 years and older, and their families since 1966. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life
for Sonoma County’s aging community by providing services that promote well-being and maintain independence. Some of our programs are funded in part by the Area Agency on Aging and others are
About Resurrection Roller Girls
Founded in the winter of 2011, Resurrection Roller Girls have joined over 45 skaters, referees, staff and non-skating officials to form three teams in the inaugural 2011 season. The three teams include the Cinderollas, Combustin’ Betties and the Junior Derby team, the Fallin’ Angels. The season runs from February to October with bouts April through October. On Monday nights the teams host a Back to Track Basics Training at 7:30 pm at Cal Skate in Rohnert Park.