Buy this book now and help the Farrell family.
Jeff Farrell was the fastest swimmer in the world in 1960, a heavy favorite to win gold in the upcoming Olympic Games in Rome. Six days before the US Olympic Trials, the unthinkable happened.
Jeff collapsed, was rushed to the hospital and underwent an emergency appendectomy. The surgeon said he would be unable to swim for six weeks, but Jeff and his coach, Bob Kiphuth, had other ideas.
What happened next is part of Olympic lore, a warm and unforgettable story of courage and sportsmanship.
Lucinda Rae designed our art and has done so much for our community. Please support her as she is struggling like the rest of us. This print is available on her website and she is donating half of the proceeds to our Mud Fund for victims in need.
Tons of amazing new clothing, shoes, bags and toiletries. Free for all displaced residents or victims of the tragedy
1233-A State Street in Victoria Court behind Arigato and Olio e Limone
One of Santa Barbara and Montecito's favorite Mexican restaurants. The Montecito location has been closed since the flood. Please try to frequent the Santa Barbara and Goleta locations if you are in a position to do so. Let's support this man that opened his restaurant in the middle of the fire and single handedly made burritos for a large crew of firefighters.
If in need, Tony Arroyo is graciously offering free meals and beverages for those that are struggling due to the flood. Please contact us to request a coupon.
Daily lunch provided free for evacuees at Roy. Chef Lisa Inloes preparing daily scrumptious selections. This is not your typical free lunch! If not an evacuee and you are willing to pay, come on down, make a donation, enjoy your lunch. All proceeds go to food costs for tomorrow's lunch.