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Melissa Edeburn  | Published on Sunday, December 3, 2017

Lorraine and Jeff at 2017 holiday party

Lorraine Trautwein has officially stepped down from her position as Marin Century ride director, but she is not leaving us by any stretch of the imagination. At our annual holiday party, Dec. 1, she was elected to the club’s board, along with William Farrer, Jim Foley, Doug Henningsen, and Rob Kamai. She was also among the newly elected club officers:

 

William Farrer – President

Lorraine Trautwein – Vice President

Doug Henningsen – Treasurer

Jeff Sanchez – Secretary

James Foley and Rob Kamai – Marin Century Co-Chairs

 

Lorraine and Jeff Sanchez presented checks to a dozen area organizations and to two natural disaster relief efforts:

 

Marin County Bicycle Coalition

Marin Amateur Radio Society

Trips for Kids

San Francisco Bicycle Coalition

Ghilotti Trust

California Bicycle Coalition

Pedaling Paths to Independence

Novato Hornets

San Rafael Bulldogs

Terra Linda High School

San Marin High School

Friends of Mt. Tam State Park

Houston Hurricane Relief

American Red Cross Santa Rosa

The evening ended with a few remarks by new Marin Century co-chair Rob Kamai. He said he is looking forward to working with the club to make our annual ride the success it has been in past years. That's a tall order. As Lorraine noted, the Marin Century may be the nation's oldest continuously produced 100 miler.