On September 17, 2015 at the Cal Expo ClubHouse, the Building Owners Managers Association of Sacramento honored Mr. Darrell Steinberg, a dedicated servant to Sacramento and California for many years.
150 professionals in the commercial real estate and construction industry turned out for RECON Sacramento’s September Mixer at the new Cannery Place Apartments building, located in Township Nine.
The 18th annual Sacramento Reptile Show on Sept. 26 and 27 brought snakes, lizards, turtles and other “non-fuzzy” cuddly critters to the Sacramento Convention Center.
The Florin Road Foundation’s 13th Annual Beach Blanket Bingo Fundrasier was held on September 17. Attendees enjoyed a casual night of food, fun, and friends.
Nearly 150 volunteers spent Saturday, September 19, sprucing up 10 homes in South Oak Park during the 26th annual Paint the Town event, sponsored by NeighborWorks HomeOwnership Center Sacramento Region.
Hundreds of people lined the streets in Downtown Sacramento on September 11 to honor three men — Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos and Spencer Stone — during the Sacramento Hometown Heroes Parade. The three men are hailed as heroes for helping stop a terrorist plot on Aug. 21 aboard a Paris-bound train.
The 17th Annual Race for the Arts 5K and Kid’s Fun Runs were held August 22 in William Land Park. It was an event with exercise, entertainment, and plenty of fun. Runners and walkers were entertained by costumed characters, music, art, dance, and interactive booths.
On September 2 NAIOP Sacramento Valley held their Development 2016 and Project Tour. Attendees enjoyed a hosted discussion of projects and development in our region from the developers and the plans to support growth and development in 2016 and beyond.
The Sacramento LGBT Community Center held the 2015 Pride Awards on August 18 to celebrate successes and recognize acts of leadership and everyday heroism that make a difference in the LGBT community. The evening reception included an awards presentation emceed by Rob Stewart from Rob on the Road, hosted appetizers and entertainment featuring Supervisor Phil Serna’s band “UnSupervised.”
More than 200 members of the commercial architecture, construction and engineering industries attended the SRBX Summer BBQ on Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at the Lions Gate Hotel & Conference Center. Attendees were greeted by DJ CoCo, summer drinks and a full BBQ dinner. The presenting sponsor was Rodoslovich | Parker, PC, and the media sponsor was Comstock’s Magazine.
Everyone has an opinion about the Golden 1 Center, the new home of the Sacramento Kings. But everyone also agrees on one thing: the new facility is transforming downtown Sacramento.
The Sacramento Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners held Entrepreneur’s Edge with the theme “Level Up” at the historic Sutter Club on July 23.
The California State Fair came to an end this past weekend after another successful year. Despite temperatures reaching triple digits many days, Cal Expo was crowded with thousands enjoying the fascinating exhibits, popular livestock shows, mouthwatering food and award-winning wine tasting.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northern California held a grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the 20-bedroom expansion of the Sacramento Ronald McDonald House on July 18.
Metro EDGE recently hosted an interactive mixer at Blue Prynt in which attendees were able to network with other young professionals while playing “Guess Who!?” Each attendee received a character name that was placed on their back and they had to walk around and ask yes or no questions to try and figure out who they were. The room was full of energy as the game provided a fun and creative way to make new connections!
The Sacramento Metro Chamber held their 3rd Annual Metro Chamber Golf Tournament on June 29 at Catta Verdera Country Club.
Center for Fathers and Families’ 13th annual Salute to Fatherhood Banquet was held June 17 at the DoubleTree Hotel, Sacramento. It was a touching evening celebrating local men who excel as fathers, father-figures, or mentors.
On June 20, Lionakis hosted the 5th Annual George Lionakis Memorial Golf Tournament at Morgan Creek Golf Club. It was a beautiful day for a round of golf, with over 144 players, cold drinks and fantastic prizes. Proceeds from the event went to the Lionakis Foundation Endowment, benefiting a variety of local charitable organizations.
On June 20 The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society held it’s annual Man & Woman of the Year Awards at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The Man & Woman of the Year campaign is an annual 10-week fundraising competition between community leaders united by one goal, to use their leadership skills to raise funds to help blood cancer patients live longer and more fulfilling lives.
Comstock’s held a VIP Customer Appreciation on night on June 23, beginning with food and libations at the always terrific Tequila Museo Mayahuel Restaurant, and then followed by watching dinosaurs chew people to bits in the latest installment of the Jurassic Park series: Jurassic World in 3D on the 6-story Esquire IMAX screen.