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Known as one of the most passionate supporters of the Kelley House in Mendocino, Martha Davis Wagner is remembered as a tireless gardener and writer. A generous donation by her trust to the Point Cabrillo Lightkeepers Association exemplifies her fervor in sustaining its efforts in restoration, maintenance, and interpretation of the cultural and natural resources of Point Cabrillo Light Station State Historic Park.
We, and future generations, thank Martha Davis Wagner for her dedication to the history of the Mendocino Coast. 

At the annual PCLK Volunteer celebration and recognition party on September 17th, these pins were awarded for service from September 1, 2016 through August 31, 2017:

Jen Lewis achieved her 100 hours as a retail volunteer at the lighthouse while working full time at Thanksgiving Coffee. She has been covering almost all Saturday afternoons since she started 1 Sept 2016.
Pewter and Silver:
Helen MacKenzie Morris achieved both her Pewter and Silver pins since the 2016 volunteer picnic last September. She is very active as a retail docent. In addition to her PCLK volunteer hours, she is also a member of the 11-87 USCG Auxiliary Flotilla 11-08-07 and is one of the Flotilla members responsible for cleaning the lens room windows and the lens itself. She joined us 1 July 2016.

Audrey Wells achieved her Silver pin this year as a retail docent. She joined us 8 May 2015. She is also busy assisting her father.
Mary Foster achieved her Silver pin this year as a retail docent. She joined us 31 January 2015. She is also very busy with Flockworks.
Richard Hambright achieved his Silver pin this year serving first as a retail docent and then additionally as a lens tour docent and a walking tour leader. He joined us 31 January 2015.
Sarah Grimes – Sarah is one of our marine science leaders along with helping with lens tours and parking during Whale Festivals. She also helps in many other ways at the station. She is also part of Noyo Marine Center in Fort Bragg and the person we contact about dead marine mammals. She joined us 8 June 2005 as a whale docent.
Ruth Walsh achieved her Gold pin this year serving in many positions. She is a retail docent but is also a walking tour leader and a marine mammal science docent during Whale Festival. Ruth joined us 7 October 2010 as a mailing party volunteer.
Sarah Nathe achieved her Gold pin this year as both a retail docent and a member of the board holding the position of Secretary. She is also a history docent at Kelley House. Sarah joined us 12 July 2012.

Laura Rogers achieved her Diamond pin this year as both a retail docent and the Facebook manager. She also helps with walking tours on occasion. Laura joined us 28 Oct 2011 as a retail docent.

Pewter = 100 volunteer hours | Silver = 250 hours
Gold = 500 hours | Diamond = 1000 hours


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Through our partnership with Thanksgiving Coffee Company, 25% of every package of the Lightkeepers Blend sold will go directly to fund ongoing maintenance and restoration at Point Cabrillo. That’s a donation of $3.75 for every package you buy!

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or PCLK, PO Box 641, Mendocino, CA 95460

To manage,  protect, restore, interpret, and provide public access to the historic Point Cabrillo Light Station State Historic Park, and to assist State Parks in maintenance of the historic structures and gardens.
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