Latest SF Bay Area Jefferson Awards
An East Bay man started serving those in need when John F Kennedy was president, and he has not stopped since.
A San Francisco medical student is reaching out to others who want to build careers in medicine, but face the same obstacle: undocumented status.
This week’s Jefferson Award winner brings hope, happiness, and humor, whether she’s helping the elderly, foster children, or the developmentally disabled.
A San Francisco man is sharing his love of art with young people, and inspiring a new generation to embrace their creative sides.
While riding home one day, a man picks up an old-fashioned sewing machine he found dumped in a trash heap. What he’s done with it the last 14 years makes him this week’s Jefferson Award winner.
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- Jefferson Award Winner Has Been A Beloved Public Servant In Richmond More Than 40 Years 06/29/2015