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Sacramento Walk of Stars Announces 2017 Inductees The Sacramento Walk of Stars conducted a news conference today to announce Olympic Gold medalist Ruthie Bolton, Billy Mills and Entrepreneur, Russ Solomon as the second year honorees The monument stars will be installed in the sidewalk across the street from the first-year inductees stars of Dr. Ernie Bodai, LeVar Burton, Grergory Kondos and Debbie Meyer on L Street, between 18th and 19th.
The Leukemia Lymphoma Society Man and Woman of the Year CelebrationThe Leukemia & Lymphoma Society celebrated the 21st anniversary on June 17th at the Hyatt Regency. Each year, in communities across the country, dedicated candidates engage in an exciting competition to earn The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) "Man & Woman of the Year" titles. Raising funds for LLS blood cancer research the candidates compete in honor of children who are local blood cancer survivors, the Boy & Girl of the Year.
Sacramento History Alliance Fundraiser and RoastOn Thursday June 15th, the Sacramento History Alliance (SHA) presented a boisterous night of laughs and memories as they roasted Johan Otto in the very district that he has poured so much of his soul into, Old Sacramento. Mr. Otto has been a part of the Sacramento Community for years and a longtime supporter and Board Member of SHA. Proceeds from “The Roast of Johan Otto” benefitted the Sacramento History Museum, Center for Sacramento History, and new this year the Sacramento Visitors Center.
California YMCA Youth and Government's 70th Youth Governor Inaugural BallCalifornia YMCA Youth & Government 70th Youth Governor Inaugural Ball was on June 6th, at the Sutter Club. The Youth Governor Cole Cahill was sworn-in and special tribute to California Secretary of State, Alex Padilla. The evening's festivities will take place at the historic Sutter Club in Sacramento and will include:
The Sacramento Metro Chamber and Sacramento Regional Transit hosted the first Transit Means Business luncheonThe Sacramento Metro Chamber and Sacramento Regional Transit hosted the first Transit Means Business luncheon on June 7th that focused on the importance public transit can play in helping build strong economies. We explored the millennial generation and why they are attracted to certain cities and areas of employment to ensure Sacramento is best positioned to attract and retain tomorrow’s workforce
Make-A-Wish Reception and BenefitPresident of the Sacramento Kings Chris Granger and wife Jennifer Granger opened up their home to more than 150 guests Friday night, along with co-hosts Raley's Michael and Julie Teel, to share information about Make-A-Wish® and the impact a wish makes for a child battling a life-threatening illness. The guests heard from local wish recipient, Yeshua, 5 who had his wish granted to go to Hawaii, and his mother Nicole who shared about their wish experience. The guests were then invited to donate in support of additional local wishes. Make-A-Wish® Northeastern California and Northern Nevada is one of the earliest chapters. They have granted more than 6,000 wishes since it began in 1983. The chapter grants an average of 275 wishes each year to children with life-threatening medical conditions.

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