Remembering Pearl Harbor, 75 Years LaterA photo gallery reflecting on the 75th anniversary of the Japanese attack of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941
The Crocker Art Museum Ball FundraiserThe Crocker Art Museum’s Crocker Ball, a benefit supporting special programs at the museum was on December 3, 2016. The signature black-tie fundraiser makes it possible for the institution to offer valuable programming for members of the region’s underserved communities.
Saint John’s Shelter for Women and Children Groundbreaking on a new facilityOn November 30th, Saint John’s Shelter for Women and Children celebrated the breaking ground ceremony on a facility to accommodate an additional 90 women and children.
90th Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Raiders Defeat Texans In Mexico City
American Music AwardsGigi Hadid and Jay Pharoah hosted the awards show, which included performers by Bruno Mars and the Chainsmokers.
Sacramento National Philanthropy Day Awards LuncheonSacramento's twenty-seventh annual National Philanthropy Day was on November 16th, Hyatt Regency, to honor local individuals, corporations, and organizations in the greater Sacramento area who give their time, talent, and resources for the betterment of our community.
Urban Land Institute of Sacramento Vision Honors Awards DinnerULI Sacramento honored the following recipients at the 2016 ULI Vision Awards Dinner on November 16th at the Citizen Hotel, hosted by Trainor Fairbrook. Honorees Project of the Year presented to Sacramento Kings and City of Sacramento for Golden 1 Center/Downtown Commons Project Principles Award to Mike McKeever, Chief Executive Officer for Sacramento Area Council of Governments. Member/Achiever of the year, Jeffrey M. Goldman, AICP, Principal, AECOM The Vision Honor awards dinner was established to recognize outstanding leadership and programs in both the private and public sector in Sacramento’s real estate land use community whose contributions exemplify the spirit and mission of ULI’s mission of providing leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities.
The Annual Commercial Real Estate Developer Showcase TradeshowThe Association of Commercial Real Estate (ACRE) proudly presented the 17th annual Developer Showcase, Sacramento Region’s most popular commercial real estate tradeshow widely known as the “Networking Party of the Year” in partnership with NAIOP on November 10t at the Hyatt Regency. It was attended by over 1,000 guests.
Sacramento Asian Chamber of Commerce Biz Talk Speaker SeriesThe Sacramento Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce (SACC) held their BizTalk Speaker Series at the Milagro Experience in Carmichael, November 10, 2016. BizTalks aim to inspire and educate regional businesses through powerful discussions with some of the most dynamic and influential minds in our region. Moderated by Jim Alves, Economic Development & Partnership, SMUD, panelists included Jake Mossawir, President & CEO of St. HOPE; Jimmy Crabbe; Entrepreneur and Ash Roughani, Program Manager, Mayor’s Office for Innovation & Entrepreneurship. Panelists discussed the look ahead for the city and any opportunities, securing local participation and supporting our local community.
Hillary Clinton Concedes Presidential Race To Donald TrumpHillary Clinton spoke on 11/9 after she was defeated by Donald Trump.
Pantsuit Nation Group Photo at the State CapitolThe Pantsuit Nation Photo Shoot Sacramento started with just a few friends wanting to come together for a photo of them wearing their pantsuits in support of Sen. Hillary Clinton and in less than 24 hours it grew to over 250 people responding to a Facebook invite. The photo shoot became a meeting place for Sacramento to come together and celebrate casting their vote for the first woman president, wearing their pantsuits in support of Sen. Hillary Clinton as well as some attendees wearing all white in honor of the Suffragettes who fought for women's right to vote. We had over 100 women, men and kids show up on the West Steps of the Capitol to commemorate this historic day on November 8th.
California Automobile Museum ART OF THE CAR FundraiserThe California Automobile Museum presented the annual benefit ART OF THE CAR starring artist, David Garibaldi on November 4, 2016. Sponsorship helped support the Museum’s mission to preserve, exhibit and teach the story of the automobile and its influence on our lives, fund Youth and Adult Education Classes, exhibits, and extensive collections.
Feast for WEAVE fundraiserOn November 5, more 100 guests filled Mulvaney's B & L for Feast for WEAVE. The guests were inspired by Sabrina who shared her story and WEAVE's role in supporting her following a sexual assault. Through sponsorships, raffle, auction, and donations, the guests raised $113,680 to ensure 24/7 services for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and sex trafficking - the most ever raised by Feast for WEAVE in its seven years.