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Christine Cromwell has been elected president of the Sonoma County Executives Association, a business networking group that has existed in Sonoma County since 1974. She is an enrolled agent at Cromwell Tax & Bookkeeping in Santa Rosa.


Reba Correia-Brownlee, Leigh Ann Yebra and David and Sarah Cunha are new agents at Better Homes Realty in Santa Rosa.

Correia-Brownlee and her colleagues work out of the office at 917 College Ave.

Yebra began a career in real estate in 2008 and previously worked at Yebra Real Estate and Coldwell Banker.

The Cunhas are both third-generation Sonoma County residents, with backgrounds in retail and six years of experience owning a local business.


John Granatir has been elected to a three-year term on the board of directors of The Friends of Lake Sonoma. He is the owner of Blue Waters Kayaking, which offers kayak rentals and tours at the lake’s Yorty Creek recreation area and also at Point Reyes and Inverness in Marin County.


The Batcave Comics & Toys, a vintage comic book and classic toy store, has opened in Railroad Square on the Wilson Street side of the building at 100 Fourth St. The owners are Gabriel Vaughn and Michael Holbrook.


Clover Artisans, a business of global home decor, is open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays at its studio, 603 Second St. in Petaluma. Its founder, Samantha Petrie, will host an opening party Aug. 16 from 5-8 p.m. at the studio.

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