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13 Wi n t e r 2 0 2 1 S a n F r a n c i s c o R e f i n e r y News L to R: Stan Lawson, Stan Hudson, Bobby Thomas, Nina Korzhova, Jimmy Porter, Tyson Bagley, Congressman George Miller (Ret.), Derrick Henry, Rich Harbison Labor to Labor Dinner USW Local 326 and refinery team members teamed up to discuss the Rodeo Renewed project at the 23rd Annual “Labor to Labor” event hosted by the Contra Costa Labor Council and the Contra Costa Building & Constructions Trades Council, AFLCIO’s. Labor leaders, elected officials and key stakeholders gathered to promote and support working men and women across a variety of industries in the county. Pride66 Gives Back for LGBTQ+ History Month! PRIDE66 gave a $1,000 sponsorship to the Rainbow Community Center in Concord to fund their October "Progress, Pride, Together" event celebrating the local LGBTQI+ community. SFR Joins in on Conservation SFR donated significant funds to the Contra Costa Resource Conservation District for tree removal and clean up. The CCRCD worked alongside Echo Steward’s to transform this overgrown lot in Rodeo into a safe and beautiful landscape. The refinery will continue to work with the community as they outline future development plans for this area. SFR Gives Back-Packs! SFR continues our commitment to those in need. The Unity Council asked for assistance for their backpack drive that was cancelled earlier in the year due to COVID. The event was rescheduled to October and SFR proudly helped provide funding for backpacks and a hot meal for 300 children within the Monument (Concord). BE FORE AF T ER