Tag: Giving back
Name: Kay Patten
Bio: We moved to the North State in 1981 and were blessed to be able to raise our family in Palo Cedro. After 21 years there we moved to Redding where our two children, Kristi Davis and Michael Patten now live with their families. We continue to be very active with our family, and are happy to be a part of our grandchildren’s busy lives.
For many years I was an insurance agent at AAA, after leaving there in 2003 I became a jewelry appraiser and enjoyed working at the Goldmart. Over the years I have been a part of many community groups. Some I’ve served on are the Library Commission, the Women’s Fund Membership Committee, and am a past president of the Palo Cedro Chamber of Commerce. I enjoy working with the Reading Rotarians, and most recently I became a Women’s Fund Cabinet member. My mother taught me the importance of volunteering and supporting the community and I am happy to follow in her footsteps. It has also been wonderful to see my children continue my mother’s legacy by giving back to their community.
Name: Lori Goyne
How do we connect with you on social media: Facebook
Your bio: A native of Weaverville in Trinity County, Lori Goyne and her husband, Rick, have lived in Shasta County since 1986. They met while both attended Golden Gate University in San Francisco. Both practice as certified public accountants at their office in Redding.
Lori is very proud to be one of The Women’s Fund founders, serving on the cabinet that formed The Women’s Fund.
“I received help along the way in my education and my career, particularly from women,” she said. “They left their supporting fingerprints on my life. I believe it’s important to pay it forward in a way that multiplies it to others whenever I can.”
Lori has also served on the board of Shasta Community Health Center and is a member of Soroptimist International of Downtown Redding. She has a real interest in seeing women in the Redding area receive Continue reading “Member Moment: Lori Goyne”
Your name: Lynne Schreiber Pearson
Your bio: I grew up in Medford Lakes, New Jersey, and graduated from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, with a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a minor in art history.
In 1987, our family was transferred to Redding. After my two children entered grade school, I became gainfully employed at Columbia Elementary School and taught mostly second grade for 21 years. Upon retiring in 2012, I proceeded to explore my love of art by taking watercolor and mosaic classes. Currently, my artwork is on display at O’Street Gallery above Oregon Street Antique Mall and at Riverview Country Club.
As a member of American Association of University Women, this year I am co-chair of the 2016 Home Tour Art Show. Other interests include knitting classes at Ewe Baa Street Yarns, working out with my personal trainer and walking the Sacramento River Trail. Continue reading “Member Moment: Lynne Schreiber Pearson”