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13 Employers, More Than 36 Openings at Rancho Cordova Job Fair

13 Employers, More Than 36 Openings at Rancho Cordova Job Fair

On Thursday, October 3rd,  Assemblyman Ken Cooley (D-Rancho Cordova) helped 43 people connect with local employers currently filling open positions during his job fair in Rancho Cordova.

Hosted at the Cordova Neighborhood Church with support from the Folsom Cordova Community Partnership, attendees were able to talk with 13 organizations currently hiring for more than 36 positions in manufacturing, operations, maintenance, and sales and customer service.

“Today’s competitive market has made finding a job harder than it has ever been in your life,” said Cooley. “By being here to talk face to face with employers, you are giving yourself a competitive edge to hear what they are really looking for and creating an impression that could lead to a good career.”

In addition to talking with local employers, attendees were able to get coaching during two workshops on resume building and interview techniques.

Steve Budiono Joins Community 1st Bank as Senior Vice President/Senior Relationship Manager

Steve Budiono Joins Community 1st Bank as Senior Vice President/Senior Relationship Manager

Community 1st Bank has named Steve Budiono, who has nearly a decade of managerial experience in the banking industry, as Senior Vice President/Senior Relationship Manager.

Budiono will help bolster the bank’s commercial lending services, working with business owners throughout Northern California.

“I’m excited about joining Community 1st Bank and being part of such a close-knit team,” Budiono said. “Community 1st has a great industry reputation and I really look forward to the close relationships with customers that take place at a community-focused bank.”

Budiono began his banking career with Bank of America in Palo Alto, where he served as Vice President/Business Banker from 2005 to 2008.

He relocated to the Sacramento region and began working for Westamerica Bank as a Vice President/Commercial Banker in October 2008.

Assemblyman Ken Cooley hosts Meet & Greet

Assemblyman Ken Cooley hosts Meet & Greet

WHO:             Assemblyman Ken Cooley

WHAT:          Assemblyman Ken Cooley will host a community meet and greet at Starbucks in Rancho Cordova.

Knit One... Purl Two

Knit One... Purl Two

Sacramento -- During the last six years, these cozy crocheters -- Jean Nakano, Karolyn Simon and Cheryl Allen -- volunteer at St. John's Shelter for Women and Children teaching residents the art of knitting and crocheting. Today, the project has 12 volunteers who share their love of creating handmade delights with many women and children who find safety at the shelter.

Lifetime Achievement Honor Goes To Two From America’s Most Wanted

Lifetime Achievement Honor Goes To Two From America’s Most Wanted

 Roger Chiang & John Walsh Receive National Award In Sacramento

Known around the world for the innovative work they do engaging the public in fighting crime, America’s Most Wanted’s top talent and lead producer will be honored in Sacramento during the Heroes With Heart Gala, a special part of National Child Abuse Prevention Month.The accommodation being presented to them by Charles Stecker founder of the International Child Abuse Prevention Task Force ,a major partner in the 50 state campaign to eliminate crimes against children.

“I am looking forward to coming to Sacramento for the National Child Abuse Prevention Month Opening Ceremonies” explains Chiang who will be in town for not only the gala but also the other three Opening Ceremonies events, all being put on by Army Of Angels.Chiang will accept the honor personally and be joined by John Walsh who will visit the function V

The tragic loss of Galt Officer Kevin Tonn is embraced within the community he so valiantly served..

The tragic loss of Galt Officer Kevin Tonn is embraced within the community he so valiantly served..

Although the tragic killing of a law enforcement officer occurs relatively infrequently, each time it does, there is displayed a flay in the American fabric. Each time a warrior hero such as Galt Officer Kevin Tonn is torn from us, we lose not only a fine and talented and brave protector, we lose a chunk of our own sense of security. The shadows are a bit deeper and the days, unlike what the almanac states, seem a bit longer. A K9 dog, Yaro, is suddenly without a master, suddenly without his partner and best friend. We all have lost a friend.

Sacramento County Law Enforcement Senior Chaplain Mindi Russell, after days of sitting with the amazing family of Officer Tonn in both Galt and Roseville, now plans Monday's Funeral services, a task she and her office have too much experience in.