Each year the Napa Valley Register runs a series of community profiles to shine a spotlight on unsung individuals whose actions have made a difference in the lives of others in Napa County.
Wearing his trademark black bowler hat, Alfredo Huete is easily recognizable at the Friends of the Napa Library quarterly book sales.
Most volunteers don’t give their time in hopes of earning accolades or recognition, but Bernie Mason is particularly modest about her communit…
Ralph Anzellotti retired to Napa five years ago, but he isn’t spending his days basking in the Napa Valley lifestyle like some might expect.
Father Stephen Carpenter spent 34 years ministering to his congregation at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Napa.
People on the street have been thanking Andy Wild for his service since he left the Navy after eight years back in his mid-20s.
ST. HELENA — At age 16, Larkin Dewyer is proving that you don’t need to be an adult to flex your democratic muscles and effect change.
Joan Lyon is among the volunteers who keep Community Action of Napa Valley’s Napa Storehouse food pantry running and giving food to the needy.
CALISTOGA — Many people may know that Wine Country Animal Lovers is a no-kill haven, providing foster homes and adoption opportunities for ani…
Juan Díaz, a Napa resident from the Mexican state of Jalisco, could have let go of his childhood holiday traditions when he first moved to Cal…