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- Sacramento First 5 “Raise UP Sacramento” Reception and AwardsOn January 8, at the Golden One Center, First 5 of Sacramento held “Raise UP Sacramento” and awards. First 5 Sacramento celebrates 20 years of improving the lives of local children and families, including the campaign achievements to reduce the alarming death rate of African-American children who die at twice the rate of other children. First 5 also inspired a movement among local businesses called “Raise Up Sacramento, From Cradle to Career” which encourages innovative approaches to family-friendly workplace. The Sacramento Kings will be honored for their remarkable efforts on behalf of local families enjoying events at the Golden 1 Center. Family-friendly features include a Tot-Lot, a Mamava Breastfeeding Pod (breastfeeding room) and a Sensory Room for people with sensory regulation challenges. Since 1998, First 5 has worked on behalf of children and families across the state, helping them receive the best possible start in life so they can thrive. First 5 Sacramento has an annual budget of $12 million in Prop 10 funding and serves 61,314 children ages 0-5 along with their caregivers. Awardees: Sacramento Kings Thomas Law Group City of Sacramento Councilmember, Eric Guerra Access Dental Health Net Liberty Dental
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Sacramento Ballet GalaOn March 16th The Sacramento Ballet Gala was held at the Convention Center, downtown Sacramento.
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Sacramento Hispanic Chamber Salud! Business Awards LuncheonOn March 8th, the Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce held the annual “Salud!” Business Awards Luncheon at The Center at Twenty-Three Hundred. Photos by Tia Gemmell www.phototia.com Salud! Award Recipients Garcia Realty-Small Business Kaiser Permanente-Corporate Partner Hacker Lab-Community Impact Nathan Ulsh-Young Professional Larry Garcia-Legacy Award Elsa Romo-President’s Award
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