Rosie The Riveter Trust - Items filtered by date: November 2014

Betty Reid Soskin is 94, which makes her the oldest active ranger in the National Park Service. She may also be the most jet-setting resident of the city.

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A 94-year-old Bay Area treasure will light the National Christmas tree at the White House.

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The oldest U.S. full-time park ranger, who made headlines when she complained that the national furlough was keeping her at home and off the job, was asked to light the national Christmas tree and introduce President Barack Obama.

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A 94-year-old San Francisco Bay area U.S. park ranger says she has been asked to light the National Christmas tree at the White House.

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Betty Reid Soskin — the famous park ranger at the Rosie the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historical Park in Richmond — has been invited to introduce President Barack Obama at the National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Dec. 3.

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“The minute people hear her story, they want more. She speaks from the heart, and nothing can be more powerful.”

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RICHMOND -- A little-known aspect of the life of first lady Eleanor Roosevelt will be the topic of a free talk at 11 a.m. Nov. 7 at the Rosie the Riveter Visitor Education Center, 1414 Harbour Way South in Richmond.

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San Francisco playwright and actor Terry Baum gathered quite a bit of information while researching a play entitled “HICK: A Love Story — the Romance of Lenora Hickock & Eleanor Roosevelt.”

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dinner collagePhotos by Ellen Gailing. Design by Jan Brown of Spokewise.

 

 

On Saturday, April 9th, over 200 wonderful people gather for Rosie the Riveter Trust’s 2016 Annual Benefit Dinner event, Discover Rosie Everywhere! We are so grateful to our generous donors and sponsors, who helped us raise over $100,000 to support the programs of the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park!

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On Tuesday, October 6th, 2015, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law the Calfornia Fair Pay Act, ensuring equal pay for workers of all genders. The governor selected the Craneway Pavilion at the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park as the site of the signing, paying homage to the strong women who labored on the WWII home front.

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Rosie the Riveter Trust (ID # 94-3335350) — PO Box 71126, Richmond, CA 94807-1126 — (510) 507-2276

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