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LifeMax
141 Edison Ave, Corte Madera, CA 94925
LifeMax is a supplier of Mila, the "miracle seed." Mila is loaded with Omega 3s, fiber, anti-oxidants and many otherMore vital nutrients. The seed is designed to maximize energry and act as a nutritional supplement. 
Buddy System
770 Tamalpais Dr, Corte Madera, CA 94925
Buddy System provides in-home and on-site tutoring services tailored to accommodate different age groups and learningMore styles. Buddy System offers test preparation for standardized tests, as well as independent study guidance. The tutors on staff specialize in mathematics, science, English, Spanish, French, English as a Second Language, history, computers, music and test prep for SAT, ACT, PSAT, SSAT, ERB and HSPT. Billing is on a monthly basis and pricing is based on the subject.
Sage Educators
980 Magnolia Ave, Larkspur, CA 94939
Sage Educators offers tutoring services, test preparation instruction and summer enrichment programs in a friendlyMore welcoming atmosphere. Students receive individualized and small group instruction from full-time tutors. The team can help students prepare for the PSAT, SAT, ACT and HSPT and provide test taking strategies and a study lounge with workspaces. Sage Educators maintains offices in Mill Valley and Larkspur.
Sweet Sunshine DayCare
21 Morning Star Crse, Corte Madera, CA 94925

Sweet Sunshine DayCare aims to make sure that parents are comfortable and confident in the quality of care provided.More Sweet Sunshine DayCare provides quality daycare at affordable rates to residents in the Corte Madera area, and acts as a member of the Marines Childcare Association and  Marines Mothers Club. Sweet Sunshine DayCare's Child Care Service License number is 214005063.

 

San Quentin State Prison
1 Main St, San Quentin, CA 94964
Built in 1852, San Quentin State Prison is the state of California's oldest correctional institution. Located on the SanMore Francisco Bay waterfront just east of Larkspur Landing, the 432-acre prison is home to the state's only gas chamber and death row. Death penalties are handled by injection these days. The prison houses more than 5,000 inmates. Many nonprofits and other civic organizations in Marin County volunteer in various capacities at the prison, including academic tutors and even acting coaches. In recent years, there has been a movement to nullify the death penalty and even close the antiquated facility and sell off the land.