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The Resource Network Team

The McCloud Community Resource Center is only possible through the incredibly hard work and passion of a few devoted individuals in our community. Our team has a diverse background and a varied skillset, but the one thing we all have in common is our love for McCloud, our community and our amazing townfolk.

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Anne Mero


Anne Mero came to McCloud in 1982 with her husband Clifford and three sons when they were called to serve as Pastor of First Baptist Church. While serving as a foster family they adopted two more children, a boy and a girl.

Anne has been in the field of Early Childhood Education for over 45 years before retiring from Shasta Heastart after working as a teacher, family service worker and finally a manager where she supervised centers in Siskiyou as well as Burney and McArthur area.

Anne loves living in McCloud and believes in “giving back” to the community. She sits on the McCloud Elementary School Board, member of First Baptist Church, and McCloud Community Resource Center.

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Judy Sarti

Youth Activities Grades 4-12, Seniors

My husband Tom (son of Mary and Albert Sarti) and I have been coming to McCloud for over 50 years to visit family and vacation.


Our dream to retire here came true July 7 of 2019. Before moving to McCloud, I spent 35 years serving the Elk Grove Unified School District in a variety teaching and administrative positions. I also volunteered and supported my three children in the numerous activities and organizations they participated in from sports, to 4H, Girl Scouts, PTA president and Catechism teacher.


My passion for volunteerism and education has led me to become an active member of McCloud’s  American Legion, St. Josephs Church, the Garden Club and the Mccloud Resource Network Team. 


I look forward to serving as Co-Ordinator of Elementary Age Youth and the Director of the McCloud Summer Day Camp.

Bobbie Zahara-Minear

Bobbie Minear moved to McCloud in 2011 with her husband David, Retired LVN from Mercy Medical Center, in Redding. She became a member of the McCloud Am. Legion Auxiliary Cheula 92 post and is the secretary for them.


She also oversees the Commodities Give Away through Great Northern. She joined the McCloud Firemen Association which does fundraisers to support the McCloud Fire Department. Helps buy equipment, turnouts, hoses etc.


She joined the McCloud Resource Network Team when it was started to bring resources back to the McCloud Community and is the secretary for that group. She is the leader of the wellness group which is to help all age groups. 


Ulianna Roseberry

Wellness, Summer Kids Camp

My name is Ülianna Roseberry and I am serving with the McCloud Commumity Resource Center. I moved to McCloud from the Central Valley a year and a half ago. I am honored to be called momma to five beautiful girls (young ladies now) and have two curious and active grandsons. I homeschooled for over 20 years and have taught music, wrote productions, and organized events for about the same amount of years. Currently, I am helping to reach the local adults/seniors through a weekly exercise and nutrition class called Chairs 4 Change. I am also helping to provide our children with a week of fun and education through an organized summer kid's camp. I am honored to have these opportunities to bring our community together.

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Eileen Bauer

Secretary, Youth Activities Pre Grade 3

After visiting McCloud twice, my late husband and I purchased our home in McCloud ten years ago.  It was our “happy place” that we came to as often as we could.  Three years ago, I retired after 25 years as a teacher, administrator, and college counselor at Mercy High School in Red Bluff.  That was when we were finally able to make McCloud our permanent home. 


I have always been very involved in our children’s activities, 4-H, school, and sports, along with community organizations.  We joined the Chamber before we even moved here permanently and I have volunteered at Chamber events.  I joined the Friends of the library and became a volunteer at the library. Nancy Smith and I started a weekly reading/craft program at the library with McCloud Elementary School.  We continued the program during the summer with a preschool program.  Because of this involvement, the Resource Center asked me to be the director of their Preschool through Third Grade program.  Friends of the Library has partnered with MCRC and First Five to provide supplies and books for the library program.  This is a partnership that I am very proud to be a part of.

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