The Restaurant at Park Winters offers fine-dining farm dinners; Warwick University closer to opening first Placer County campus; engage your employees through philanthropy; the ups and downs of running a family business.
The friendly family doctor with a black bag who would come for house calls, remove swollen tonsils, check a child’s temperature during the flu season, deliver a young woman’s baby and carefully tend to the sick and dying in their own beds is gone.
Out on County Road 26, just west of Interstate 505 in Yolo
County, Park Winters sits holding court against a backdrop of the
Vaca Mountains as it has since George Washington Scott built the
mansion in 1865. Now under the ownership of partners John Martin
and Rafael Galiano, this 151-year-old
10-acre property is thriving with new life.
In fall 2018, Warwick University will become the first international university to open a new stand-alone college in the U.S. The British university hadn’t planned on this groundbreaking achievement. Rather, they were courted by Placer County and the City of Roseville to bring their program and expertise to the area.
It’s important for business owners to work with their financial planners to develop plans that align with their passions, and how they can achieve their company’s philanthropic goals. Some strategies include:
Since 2007, the nonprofit Capital Region Family Business Center has worked to help family-run businesses solve some of the unique challenges facing their companies. The organization recently took another step toward that goal by hiring Stella Premo as its first full-time, paid executive director. We talked to her about the ups and downs of running a family business.