Support is growing for Rohnert Park's entry in the nationalcontest, on Cielo Circle.
In fact, it's gone national.
Patch local editor thought she'd get away from town for a couple weeks, but finds herself unable to escape the news coming out of Rohnert Park.This was brought home when Debbie Abrams of KZST sought to interview Hart about the holiday contest, and Scott Weaver's amazing annual work.
Of course the potential gain for the will be a big topic of conversation. The district stands to gain $100,000 if the house wins the contest, and that “if we were to win we’d come up with some way to involve the school community to suggest ways to use the money.”
The house is a finalist in the contest, and voting continues until Sunday at 9 p.m. to earn first prize, $100,000 for local schools.