A Fellowship leader, minister, and self-described sexual partner of founder Robert Burton, Dambeck has been tireless in promoting Fellowship businesses, those of its members, and his own ventures, which include North Fork Yuba River, his partnership with Randy Fletcher, current candidate for Yuba County Supervisor. While Dambeck serves to increase Yuba County tourism, it would not be surprising to see attention and resources "coaxed" in the Fellowship's direction.
Meanwhile, it is rumored that Fellowship of Friends political operative Nicholas Spaulding has been assisting District One Supervisor Andy Vasquez's re-election campaign. Andy has apparently demonstrated sympathy and support for Fellowship causes.]
Steve Dambeck is on a mission to promote Y-S wineries
By Eric Voddenemail@example.com
For a longtime wine lover, Steven Dambeck isn't all that concerned about adhering to the strict guidelines of whether a cabernet or chardonnay best satisfies the palate with a particular dish.
He acknowledges it can be intimidating for a wine neophyte to whiff the bouquet or find the hint of blackberry within the complex tastes of a particular vintage.
But it's the culture of wine making that he loves, the aura that a glass brings to a social event and a well-planned meal.
"Food is the catalyst where there are people," said Dambeck, adding that he gained his appreciation for wine and food while spending time in Europe. "Wine is what pulls it all together."
Dambeck is a board member of the North Yuba Grown farmers organization, the Yuba-Sutter Chamber of Commerce's new director of visitor services and is involved with the North Sierra Vintner's Association.
The bottom line through all those associations is to help Yuba-Sutter see itself in a better light and get those from the outside looking in to share that light.
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