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Haydee Knot, MD – MV Dermatology
It was Haydee Knot’s dream to open her own clinic focusing on patient care, and “putting patients first” as a rule, instead of an exception. Visit Dr. Knot and receive concierge care without concierge fees.
The Marin Community Foundation connects the people who want to create change in the world with the organizations that can produce the greatest impact. Perhaps there’s a cause or an organization that’s special to you. Perhaps giving is a family tradition. Or maybe you want to start a family tradition. Whatever the reason, you want to partner with someone who understands you and your goals and can make your experience easy, effective and joyful.
Our Foundation supports causes that impact our customers’ lives. Carefully directing contributions, we work in collaboration with local organizations and seek to improve the quality of life in the communities we serve. We take pride in ensuring that the vast majority of the funds we raise stays in local communities and reflects what is important to our customers and employees.
Every aspect of life in Marin improves when ALL students in ALL our public schools have access to the same high quality programs and the same opportunities for success. SchoolsRule closes the inequality gap.
Rated best plastic surgeon by San Francisco patients, Dr Shahin Javaheri is double Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology (ENT). Dr Javaheri’s specialty is reconstructive and plastic surgery of the breast and body. Plastic surgeon Dr Shahin Javaheri has two surgery centers; Berkeley and San Francisco.
The original Sweetwater opened in 1972, in a rustic, downtown Mill Valley storefront previously occupied by a local watering hole called the Office. On its opening night, the Sweetwater presented an acoustic folk‐rock group that played for a crowd that lined up halfway down the block to get in. While the Sweetwater enjoyed a most auspicious beginning, it wasn’t until a decade later that the tiny 90-seat tavern with a stage earned its rightful place in music history. At the Sweetwater Music Hall, that history continues on today.