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Salvation Army Annual Community Luncheon honoring Julie and Michael TeelOn May 30th, the annual Spirit of Caring Community Luncheon was held at McClellan Conference Center honoring Julie & Michael Teel, Raley’s
My Sisters House GalaMy Sister's House celebrated its 17th anniversary at the Crest on May 21st with timely performances by civic, corporate and community leaders from throughout the Sacramento region performing songs related to this year's theme, "RISE". Acts included songs from Hamilton, The Greatest Showman, and "Praying" with local me-too advocates. Funds raised support services for domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking victims. The event also honored the following Heroes of Hope including (volunteer hero) Nancy Woo; (law enforcement hero) (Seargent John Sydow, Sac County Sheriff's); and (corporate hero) Dignity Health. My Sister's House is a non-profit which specializes in providing services for Asian /Pacific Islander and other underserved victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.
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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes FundraiserOn May 20, WEAVE hosted the 8th Annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes presented by Western Health Advantage. More than 800 men, women, and children walked the mile to take a stand against domestic and sexual violence. Together with the event sponsors, they raised more than $250,000 to support crisis intervention services in our community. The event debuted a new location at Crocker Park to rave reviews! Event Chairs were Patrick Harbison of PHPR and Jason Poole of Preservation and Company.
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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s 2018 Man & Woman CampaignAt the annual Grand Finale Gala held at the Hyatt Regency on May 12th, the winners of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) 2018 Man & Woman of the Year campaign were announced. Josh Corell of Tri Counties Bank was named Man of the Year, and Drisha Leggitt of Anpac Bio was named Woman of the Year. Four men and four women business leaders were candidates in this year’s fundraising competition. The Greater Sacramento Area Chapter of LLS also had its first ever All Star Candidate, Delbert Stapp of Harv’s Car Wash. All Stars are alums of the campaign that compete on a national level with other All Stars in LLS Chapters across the country. Together the Man and Woman of the Year campaign, which includes the All Star, raised over $450,000 to support blood cancer research, new lifesaving therapies and vital patient services. Man & Woman of the Year is philanthropic competition to support blood cancer research among a group of motivated and dedicated individuals in communities across the United States. Candidates form powerful fundraising teams and compete in honor of children who are blood cancer survivors.
JDRF One Party Gala FundraiserOn May 11th the JDRF Northern California Inland Chapter presented ONE Party Gala at the Hyatt Regency, downtown Sacramento honoring Bob Pole, CMO and Partner, Dome. An evening to support JDRF’s mission to create a world without type 1 diabetes.
American Heart Association Go Red for Women Luncheon On May 11th at the Doubletree Hotel, Downtown Sacramento, the annual Go Red for Women Luncheon ,Keynote Speaker, George Fehrenbacher, MCC, FACC, Roseville Cardiology.
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California Musical Theatre Broadway Galatheatre in Sacramento for over 67 years at Music Circus and Broadway. Over 400 business and community leaders enjoyed a reception and gourmet dinner; featured performances from Carolee Carmellon, nationally recognized Broadway singer and the CMT Gala Signers. Guests enjoyed dancing to the music of the live band, Hip Service all in an elegant and theatrical atmosphere at the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium. The proceeds from this event support performing arts and education experiences for our community.
Sports Photos of the Week Ending 5/7/18
UC Employees Strike In Sacramento
West Sacramento Annual State of the City AddressOn May 3rd, West Sacramento Mayor, Christopher Cabaldon gave his annual State of the City Address. Community members got the chance to hear first-hand from the Mayor about the achievements West Sacramento has made, and the bright and innovative plans for the future of West Sacramento. In addition to the address; City Councilmembers had the honor of recognizing members of the community for civic leadership in the following categories. Pride: Kim Conley. 2016 team USA Olympic athlete. Progress: Lisandro “Chando” Madrigal. Chando’s Tacos. Prosperity: Jess Milbourn. Devil May Care Ice Cream Service: Fred Bustillos. Emergency Operations Coordinator Community: Alona Jennings, Gina Lujan, and Alan Ware. Code for Hood”
Make-A-Wish Wine & Wishes FundraiserMake-A-Wish® Northeastern California and Northern Nevada held their 31st Anniversary of Wine & Wishes on Saturday, April 28 at the Sacramento Convention Center. This year marks the 35 years of creating life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses. At the event, more than 700 attendees experienced the power of a wish as they granted a wish to a local child on stage.
The Greater Urban League Unity BallOn April 26th, The Greater Sacramento Urban League Unity Ball was held at the Hyatt Regency, celebrating the 50th anniversary. The annual Unity Ball is a special event where community leaders come together to celebrate the Urban League’s accomplishments and impact while raising critical funds to support the important programs that help underserved youth and adults achieve economic self-reliance. GSUL is committed to educate, empower and employ through programs, policies and advocacy. We STAND STRONG for justice and equality.
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American Heart Association Sacramento Heart BallThe 28th Annual Heart Ball- Life is Why was held on Saturday, April 21st at the home of the Sacramento Kings- Golden 1 Center! Chaired by Trish Rodriguez of Kaiser Permanente, and Vice-Chaired by John Rinehart of the Sacramento Kings this event is an annual fundraiser for the American Heart Association. Life is Why is the anthem of the American Heart Association, connecting everyone to its mission that we all have a reason to live a longer, heathier life! The evening included dinner, silent and live auction, dancing and more and honored local CPR survivor 13-year-old Delaney Conway. Unveiled that evening was Sacramento's first CPR Kiosk, sponsored by Clark Pacific. Now members of the community can learn Hands Only CPR at the Golden 1 Center!
Sports Photos of the Week Ending 4/16/18
Customs And Border Patrol Monitors U.S.-Mexico Border Crossing
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