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Power Luncheon - Rancho Cordova

Power Luncheon - Rancho Cordova

09/13/13
Join Rancho Cordova, Folsom & El Dorado Hills Chambers for an on-going Power Lunch!
Always the second Friday of the Month.
This month is hosted by the Rancho Cordova Chamber of Commerce.

Where: Sheepherder Bar & Grille
11275 Folsom, Blvd., Rancho Cordova

When: Sept. 13th, 11:30 - 1:00pm

Cost: $20.00; includes meal, drink, tax & tip

This is a great opportunity to network with fellow businesses along the Highway 50 Corridor. Bring business cards and make new lasting business relationships.

This event has been set up exclusively for members of the Rancho Cordova, El Dorado Hills and Folsom Chambers of Commerce.

Location: Sheephearder Bar & Grille, 11275 Folsom Blvd., Rancho Cordova, CA 95742

September is Food Literacy Month

September is Food Literacy Month

What is Food Literacy? It’s rooted in the same ideals as the “Farm-to-Fork” movement, but food literacy essentially refers to having an understanding of the impact our food choices make on our health, environment and community. This month, you can finally join the movement and get a real taste of what Food Literacy is all about!

For this month and this month only, 55 area restaurants have signed up to participate in this EatSmart: Dine & Donate Campaign to benefit the California Food Literacy Center. The center works to provide youth education programs to teach healthy eating habits and sustainability basics from an early age... Read More

Soroptimist International of Rancho Cordova Hosting Mixer Thursday

Soroptimist International of Rancho Cordova Hosting Mixer Thursday

Source: Shelly Blanchard, Cordova Community Council

Assembly Select Committee Pursues Revitalizing Established Communities

SACRAMENTO – Wednesday, August 28, Assemblyman Ken Cooley chaired the first hearing of the Assembly Select Committee on Community and Neighborhood Development. The ten member, bi-partisan committee heard from policy and administrative experts who spoke about the impacts of suburban sprawl on our metropolitan areas, and funding needs to help revitalize our aging communities.

“As metropolitan areas grow, it’s important that we do not forget about the needs of our older communities, and help keep them desirable places to live that can attract jobs and private sector investment,” said Cooley. “We moved to our neighborhood because we liked what was there. Now, some of our older areas are faced with quality of life challenges that stand as barriers to community revitalization.”

Floaties in an Ocean of Grief

Floaties in an Ocean of Grief

Momservation: No one has a child to spare.

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I really wanted to be business as usual today: whine about the trials of parenting, share a funny anecdote, throw together a tips list, and in the process do some light Kardashian bashing.

340 Attend Job Fair Hosted by Assemblyman Ken Cooley, Local Employers

340 Attend Job Fair Hosted by Assemblyman Ken Cooley, Local Employers

SACRAMENTO - More than 340 area residents attended a job fair hosted by Assemblyman Ken Cooley last Friday.

Joined with companies like Aerojet Rocketdyne, Kaiser Permanente, PG&E, Thunder Valley Casino and Vision Service Plan, attendees were able to hear about hundreds of  job opportunities available across the region and in various industries.

“Our area is still struggling with high unemployment but many opportunities are available,” said Assemblyman Ken Cooley. “My goal for this job fair was to bring those who are hiring and put them in front of those who are unemployed. Really, just bridging a gap between the two.”

Christina Perez, a representative with the California Department of Human Resources, kicked off the event with a presentation on how job seekers can take exams and apply for jobs with the State.

“The first step job seekers need to take is to search and apply for State exams,” said Perez.