In the fall of 2009, Lori Ramirez started her career as the on-site supervisor of one of San Anselmo Recreation Department’s after school programs. It didn’t take long for her and the children attending the program to discover the ‘pack’ of barn owls roosting in a tree on the property of Robson-Harrington House, the site of the program. Laying on the lawn, looking up and observing their antics and behavior, became a favorite activity. The owls were soon considered the mascots of the RAC (Robson After Care) program and the children attending, the RAC PACK.
Lori has, for four years, dreamed of a RAC PACK logo emblazoning sweatshirts and t-shirts for those in the program to wear, sporting the fact that they have such a cool bunch of residents in the trees of their afterschool hangout. Sandy Videgar, S.A. Rec Department’s new ‘front desk lady’, who provides administrative support to the RAC program, is college-trained as a graphics artist and was perfectly positioned to carry out Lori’s ‘dream’. The pictures accompanying this article are part of a photo-documentation of San Anselmo Recreation mascot Owlmo’s visit to RAC to help Lori hand out the t-shirts to the afterschool staff and attendees.
Anyone reading this article who may be interested in enrolling their children in the RAC program may call Sandy Videgar at (415) 258-4640 or email her at email@example.com.