Welcome to Indivisible Ferndale! This website is an online resource for reading news, gathering locally and taking action to bring our community together. We are part of a larger movement to keep our nation indivisible; to end the divisiveness that has torn our nation apart. We welcome all who share this vision.
Three more Indivisible Ferndale meetings will be held in March. Both the IF Outreach and Fundraising committees will be meeting this week. If you are interested in attending either meeting, send an email here or just show up. For dates and times for these committee meetings, go here.
Indivisible Ferndale General Meeting
Indivisible Ferndale will be holding its March General Meeting. All are welcome. Please bring a friend.
- Date: Monday, March 25
- Time: 7 to 9 pm
- Location: Ferndale Community Center, 100 Berding Street, Ferndale
- What to bring: light snack, dessert and/or a drink to share. (think: wine or beer)
The Guest Speakers will be College of the Redwoods Trustees, Bonnie Deister and Danny Kelley. I’ve asked our trustees to share their experiences during their first year in an elected office.
FUSD Multicultural Festival on March 29 at Belotti Hall
The Ferndale Unified School District is hosting a Multicultural Festival in March.
Date: Friday, March 29
Time: 4 to 6 pm.
Location: Belotti Hall at the Humboldt County Fairgrounds
Admission is free. Food tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for kids. The food will be prepared by families in our community.
Visit an interactive world and displays created by Ferndale Elementary students.
Watch performances by our students and local community members.
Support our local schools, students and their families by attending this event.
A final word about Benito Nunez-Rodriguez
Benito Nunez-Rodriguez, a local farm worker, died when the floodwaters of the Eel River overtook him on February 28. He is survived by his wife, Trina and their four children. His body has been flown home to Colima, Mexico where he will be buried. Read the North Coast Journal story here.
Indivisible Ferndale participated (over $700) in a gofundme campaign to raise money for his funeral expenses. Over $6,000 in total was raised by our community. An update was posted on the gofundme page by Jennifer Machado.
“Benito is on his way to mexico to be laid to rest! We raised a lot of money but not quite enough so a close family friend that lives locally is paying the rest of what needs to be paid to the mortuary . . . Thank you again!!!!”
This is who We are . . . the community of Ferndale.