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Sacramento Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce Installation and Awards DinnerOn February 2, 2017, the Sacramento Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce celebrated their 24th Annual Installation and Awards Dinner! With Regional leaders, community partners, members and elected officials. Guests joined the Chamber to celebrate a special evening recognizing their 2017 awardees. Award winners included Honoree Mark Friedman, Emerging Leader Jim Alves, Small Business of the Year Megami Bento-Ya Restaurant, Ambassador of the Year Jeff Yankauskas, Corporate Steward California Bank & Trust, and API Rise Awardees; Interim City Manager Howard Chan, County Executive Nav Gill, General Manager/CEO of Regional Transit Henry Li, and Interim Sacramento Police Chief Brian Louie. Singer-Songwriters Julianne Aurora and Joseph Vincent opened and ended the evening with powerful performances.
Sacramento Children’s Home 150th Anniversary Business LuncheonOn Wednesday, February 1st, Sacramento Children’s Home kicked off its 150th Anniversary Celebration with a Business Luncheon at the Golden 1 Center. The 150th Anniversary Business Luncheon was attended by nearly 500 local business leaders and dedicated supporters and included speeches from Mayor Darrell Steinberg, Sacramento Children’s Home CEO Roy Alexander, Sacramento Kings President Chris Granger, and former resident turned successful attorney, Miles Cooley. SCH celebrated not only its 150 year history, but also the important role Sacramento’s business leaders continue to play in caring for our community’s most vulnerable children and families.
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Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce Dinner & Business AwardsThe Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce annual Diner & Business Awards was on January 27th the Hyatt Regency, downtown Sacramento.

One Comment

  1. Finn Gjerdrum says:

    I’m behind Occupy Wallstreet, but what outcome do they expect? A new Civil War, the Congress making changes, or what? Doesn’t seem that there is much to it rather than protesting.

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