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Council Will Honor Café Zoe Owner For Community Service

Kathleen Daly, is on a mission to bring the community closer together.

Council Will Honor Café Zoe Owner For Community Service

(The following information release was sent to Patch by a resident of the City of Menlo Park.)

Menlo Park Honors Café Zoe Owner Kathleen Daly For Service to Community

Just a few years after a series of armed robberies threatened a block of stores in Menlo Park's Willows neighborhood, the retail center has become a vibrant community hub.

Key to the turnaround has been Cafe Zoe, the go-to spot for local moms, home-office workers and dealmakers, whose owner, Kathleen Daly, is on a mission to bring the community closer together.

Now her efforts to rally neighbors to support a good cause – from serving Christmas dinner at the local VA to buying uniforms for underserved school kids – are being recognized in a proclamation from the city of Menlo Park.

Local neighborhood residents will also speak at the event in support of Kathleen’s contributions to the community.

What:               Menlo Park Mayor Ray Mueller and City Council members to present Kathleen Daly with a proclamation honoring her community service.

When:              Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. (first item on the agenda)

Where:            City Council Chambers, 701 Laurel Street, Menlo Park

Who:                Kathleen Daly, owner of Café Zoe

Mayor Ray Mueller

                        City Council members

                        Residents of the Willows neighborhood


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