Cupertino Business News A Monthly Newsletter from the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce
In This Issue: Memorial Park comes alive with 9th Annual Diwali Festival ............................................................... P. 1
Memorial Park comes alive with 9th Annual Diwali Festival
San Jose Mercury News endorses Wong and Austin ................................................ P. 1 Kiddie Academy of Cupertino opens its doors .... P. 1 President’s Message ........................................... P. 2 Policy and Legislation: Building a Bridge and Moving Forward ............... P. 3 Afterhours Networking Mixer .............................. P. 4 Ambassador’s Corner: Bea Rataj ............................................................ P. 4 Taste of Cupertino .............................................. P. 5 Traveling Vietnam Wall to visit Cupertino Veterans
An estimated 12,000 people attended this year’s festival.
Memorial ............................................................. P. 7
On October 8th, the beautiful Cupertino Memorial Park became alive with a beeline of parents and kids taking part in the popular coloring contest and craft projects made possible by Home Depot during the Ninth Annual Diwali celebration organized by Cupertino Chamber of Commerce and its Asian American Business Council.
Openings for City of Cupertino committees ........ P. 7 Member Spotlight: FedEx Office ......................... P. 8
Kiddie Academy of Cupertino opens its doors Source: Kiddie Academy of Cupertino Kiddie Academy of Cupertino hosted a Grand Opening event for the local community on September 10 at 10 am. Parents were able to meet the teachers, socialize with other families and learn what the academy has to offer. The event was held at Kiddie Academy of Cupertino, located at 19875 Stevens Creek Boulevard. “We are so excited to be serving children who are residing in Cupertino, its neighboring cities along with parents who work in the Cupertino neighborhood,” said Angelina Bowers, with Cupertino Kiddie Academy. “We have seven spacious classrooms, two dedicated to Infant age children and five dedicated to our Preschool age Continued on page 7
Visitors to the festival were treated with a sumptuous array of food delights in the food court, an entertaining and foot-tapping program
of vocal and instrumental music and dance, a traditional Rangoli display, and numerous stalls featuring handicrafts, sweets, savories, clothing and other celebrity delights. The grand opening ceremony featured community and elected leaders including Assembly Member Paul Fong, Cupertino Mayor Gilbert Wong, Vice Mayor Mark Santoro, Sunnyvale Mayor Christopher Moylan, San Jose Continued on Page 3
San Jose Mercury News endorses Wong and Austin On Sunday, October 16, 2011, the San Jose Mercury News endorsed Gilbert Wong and Donna Austin for the Cupertino City Council. The Cupertino Chamber of Commerce made an identical endorsement of Wong and Austin a month earlier, citing both candidates’ probusiness plans and community involvement as important factors in their endorsement decision. There will be two open seats on the City Council in this upcoming November 8th Election. Former Mayor Kris Wang will be terming out and the current Mayor, Gilbert Wong is seeking reelection.
Save the Date November 8, 2011 Cupertino Elections Highlighting the multiple challenges and opportunities confronting Cupertino, the San Jose Mercury News concluded that “of the six candidates, the best suited to keep Cupertino a pleasant, stable community are Mayor Gilbert Wong and former Planning commission Donna Austin.” Continued on page 6
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Is it really already November? Elections for City Council are just around the corner on the 8th and I want to encourage all Cupertino residents to get out and vote. This is a very important election, and the results will impact the future of Cupertino for many years to come. As you are aware, both the Cupertino Chamber and the Mercury News have endorsed Mayor Gilbert Wong and Donna Austin as the most qualified candidates. Every vote counts, so let your voice be heard!
Want to know what’s coming up at the Chamber and in Cupertino? Visit www.cupertino-chamber.org to view upcoming events. Below are some key events you won’t want to miss.
A good time was had by all at the Festiv’All joint mixer that was held on October 12th. What a great networking opportunity to mix and mingle with several thousand participants. It has been strongly suggested by a number of members that we include this event as part of our annual mixer calendar. If you have thoughts one way or another, please let me know.
The upcoming November LAC will feature as our guest speaker, the President of the Chambers of Commerce Coalition of Santa Clara County. Please join us to participate in this important conversation.
As President of the Chamber of Commerce, I remain committed to working on your behalf to promote the business environment here in Cupertino. At the October 18th City Council meeting, I submitted a letter to the Council, urging them to support streamlining the development permit process. Streamlining this process will send a clear signal that our City is committed to being a partner with businesses that are interested in either expanding or relocating here. Please contact the Chamber if you have additional suggestions or ideas on how the City can help your business grow. The Taste of Cupertino will be returning to Vallco Mall at 4:30 on Saturday, November 12th. We have an even greater variety of restaurants participating this year – over 10 - and expect another sold-out event. Don’t miss your opportunity to win one of our great raffle prizes, including a “Dine Cupertino” gift basket, a “Shop Cupertino” gift basket, and of course the ever popular “Board Members’ Red and White Wine Trunks”. On behalf of the entire Cupertino Chamber Board of Directors, we look forward to seeing you there!
FRI | NOV 9 | 12:00pm Legislative Action Council Meeting Cupertino Chamber of Commerce 20455 Silverado Ave, Cupertino
TUES | NOV 8 Cupertino Elections Cupertino
City-wide Cupertino elections on November 8. Two open City Council seats, as well as Measure C, (increases TOT tax from 10% to 12%) are on the ballot. Please remember to vote!
WED | NOV 9 | 8:30am “How to Start a Business” Seminar: A Business Class in Mandarin Cupertino Community Hall
This is an all-day event for Startups and Existing Businesses owners who are just beginning or about to start a new venture. The workshop provides a comprehensive overview of what is required to begin and run a business.
Paula Davis, President Cupertino Chamber of Commerce
9 The Mission of the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce is to promote and enhance the business environment and economic climate of the Cupertino Community. Cupertino Chamber of Commerce 20455 Silverado Ave, Cupertino, CA 95014 For membership information, contact the Chamber at (408) 252-7054 or visit www.cupertino-chamber.org Chamber Staff Alice Jacob, Office Manager Mark Matsumoto, Government Affairs Specialist
WED | NOV 9 | 5:30pm Afterhours Networking Mixer First Tech Federal Credit Union 19960 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino
Come expecting to make new leads. Leave with a pocketful of business cards. Enjoy your networking event. How many business introductions will you make?
SAT | NOV 12 | 4:30pm Taste of Cupertino Vallco Shopping Mall Lower Shopping Area (Near AMC)
The Cupertino Chamber of Commerce invites you to Taste of Cupertino. For $30, guests can enjoy a tasty day with a diverse blend of food, music and family fun served by Cupertino's finest restaurants.
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PolicyandLegislation Building a Bridge and Moving Forward By Darcy Paul, VP Legislative Action Council People the world over wonder about the economic success of Cupertino. How did a little orchard-town manage to transform itself in fifty years from a farming community to the home of one of the most diversely-perspectived (apologies for the use of a non-word) populations in the world, the largest company in the world, with a community infrastructure that has sustained a world-wide economic recession while pouring more voluntary private funds into its educational system to ensure that teachers aren’t lost? Put frankly, and with a fully acknowledged sense of organizational self-aggrandizement, the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce played no small part in the beginning. At the time this community still contained a majority of orchard space, the Chamber, which predated incorporation of the City, helped create the municipal entity. From these roots, the community inherited strong educational values, and a hard-working, straightforward, honest ethos, with the groups and people drawn to the community since then of a like mind. These traits were not so much some kind of philosophical piein-the-sky social experiment as much as they were basic necessities of an agriculturally-based
Diwali Festival Continued from page 1 Councilmembers Ash Kalra and Kansen Chu, Deputy Indian Consul Kumar Tuhin. Assemblymember Fong wished the attendees a Happy Diwali and congratulated the organizers for putting on a great program. “Diwali brings the message of love and wisdom, of the triumph of good over evil, and is a celebration of prosperity and knowledge,” said Assemblymember Fong. The Cultural program was a smorgasbord of sorts featuring multi cultural dance performances and the ever popular crowd-pleasing Bollywood dances. “Diwali is an excellent opportunity to bring the business community together to celebrate a holiday that is very significant for the Indian population,” said Mahesh Nihalani, the event chair organizer. “The Diwali festival has proven to be an excellent way to bridge our business community with the residents of Cupertino” We would like to recognize the Diwali Festival Planning Committee, whose dedicated efforts made this year’s festival successful. A special thank you to Mahesh Nihalani, Event Chair and Cupertino Chamber Board Members Paula Davis
community. Why? In agriculture, the reasons are obvious. If you don’t water your plants, no amount of imaginative accounting is going to make your crop yields thrive. There is an elemental honesty required in holding the farmer accountable to the effort placed into nurturing the farm or, such as the case has been in these parts, the orchard. This area has experienced many iterations and forms of economic success since that time, and to be fully honest with ourselves, we have not all always been immune to the “easy money” mentality pervading the business world and resulting in the massive collapses of such entities as large energy companies and financial investment firms. Still, with our ever-present spirit of inquiry, innovation, and development, we have of late returned more solidly to our rooted principles. If Silicon Valley has taught us anything in the last half-decade or so, it is that sharp behavior and a “win at all costs” attitude are not required in order for an individual, a company, an organization, or a society to thrive. Sacrificing integrity, intellectual consistency, and honesty in the pursuit of a particular aim eventually catches up to you, even if, and really, especially if, you obtain the goal you thought you wanted. The ends don’t justify the means. This is why there is cause for deep optimism in our current environment. The emerging generation has talent, drive, motivation, perspective, and, most importantly, a conscience.
The current nationwide “Occupy” demonstrations, peopled primarily by the younger generation, belie a desire for our systems to work in a more honest, functional manner, and show us that the energy needed to push our mechanisms of governance to do their job, not to look the other way, and to regulate fairly, effectively, and efficiently – that energy exists. To peer into the heart of the sentiment driving these demonstrations, you must understand and feel the perspective captured by the internet publication Gizmodo, which recently stated, “Generation X Is Sick of Your” –the final word is not fit to print in this medium, but suffice it to say, it involves solid biological material excreted by a bull. Starting from this kind of foundation, the transition into a sustainable larger economy will happen, if we hold fast to the basic core principles which were responsible for giving us both great fruit and great consumer electronics. We don’t need to “keep up with” any kind of misguided idiocy, and we don’t need to hold forth entertaining behavior as some kind of template for our shared success. Instead, the defining momentum of our times can tell those who follow us that we all managed to be fair, compassionate, successful, amused, innovative, educated, imaginative, and happy, all at the same time. This will not be easy, but the knowledge is there, the energy is brimming, and the enthusiasm to make it happen bubbling right under the surface. And so, forward we go.
(President), Neil Bhatnagar, John Zirelli, Lynn Ching, Ram Gopal, Kevin McClelland, Matt Wheeler, Scott Jeng, Darcy Paul, Mike Rohde, Butch Harris, and Dean Munro. In addition, cultural coordinators Vijaya Aasuri and Veeru Vuppalla were also helpful at this year’s festival. Last but not least, Mike King’s efforts provided logistical support for the festival from start to finish. Wonderful volunteers and school clubs were also invaluable in ensuring this event was a success. We would also like to thank the generous contributions and participation from our festival sponsors. Premier Event Sponsors: Apple Inc.; State Farms Insurance; Wells Fargo Gold Sponsor: Hewlett Packard; Dish Network Silver Sponsors: KeyPoint Credit Union; Lehigh Cement Company; Recology Cupertino; Santa Clara Valley Water District; Technology Credit Union Bronze Sponsors: Bank of America; Bowlmor Lanes; Comcast; HSBC Bank USA; Palo Alto Medical Foundation; Shashi Corporation; State Bank of India
Community Leaders: Armstrong Retirement Planning, LLC; Coulomb Technologies, Inc.; Peacock Restaurant; Portal Plaza; Temptations Festival Friend: Ann Stevenson; Dennis Whittaker, State Farm Insurance; Dry Clean Pro; Dr. Manjul Patvardhan; James Rodriguez, Valley Law Center; Mayor Gilbert Wong; McClellan Terrace Apartments; PNG Jewelers; Shree Jewelers; Via Services In-Kind Donors: Amici’s Pizza; Burger King; City of Cupertino Parks & Recreation; Cypress Hotel; Dry Clean Pro; Hobee’s De Anza Manisha Ryan, Stage Decorations; Recology Cupertino Page
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Festiv’ALL 2011 Joint-Chamber Networking Mixer hosted by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Silicon Valley
Ambassador’sCorner Bea Rataj Bea Rataj graduated from San Jose State University with a BS in Business Administration. She has always been passionate about helping out small businesses which is why the Chamber is so valuable to her. She decided to join Paychex because of their small business target market/clientele. Paychex, Inc. is a recognized leader in the payroll and human resource industry, offering a variety of products and services that help clients do what they do best – run their business. No business is too small. From calculating payroll and filing tax payments to administering retirement plans and workers' compensation and business owners insurance, Paychex gives its clients relief from administrative hassles so they can focus on their bottom line, and takes the pain out of payroll. Over 500,000 businesses trust Paychex payroll services, HR, and benefits. Page
Small-business owners have three basic options for processing payroll: the "do-it-yourself" method, bookkeeping software, and outsourcing to a professional payroll provider. What makes outsourcing the better choice? Outsourcing reduces the complexity and risk of running your own payroll, while helping ensure greater accuracy, with up-to-date tax rates and regulatory information that can be lacking in a software solution. This time of year is very exciting for Paychex. 1 out of every 3 businesses evaluate their current payroll process at this time for start in January, and look for opportunities to improve their efficiency. Please visit www.Paychex.com or call Bea at 408-857-7400 for a free evaluation. What can Paychex/Bea Rataj do for you today?
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El Camino Hospital, Recipient of the 2011 Shining Stars Award of Excellence Source: Momentum for Mental Health Momentum for Mental Health announces 2011 Shining Stars Award of Excellence recipient, El Camino Hospital, to be honored during the 14th Annual Shining Stars Rising Above Stigma Benefit scheduled for Thursday, November 17, 2011 from 5:30-8:30pm at the Crown Plaza Cabãna Hotel in Palo Alto. El Camino Hospital is a not-for-profit organization with hospital campuses in Mountain View, CA and Los Gatos, California whose mission is to improve the health and well being of the community. It has a long history of contributing to the community and in 2009 they established a partnership with Momentum for Mental Health and the La Selva Group to offer mental health services through the RotoCare program (also referred to
as Palo Alto Group), leading to current service expansion. In partnership with the La Selva Group, El Camino Hospital works to provide case management and psychiatric services for clients who do not have public or private insurance. “I am pleased that El Camino Hospital has named to receive this year’s Leadership Award.” said CEO Paul Taylor. “We are grateful for the support, generosity and commitment they are providing to the mental health community. Thanks to their generous support people that otherwise would not have received care now are getting the health care that they need.” Momentum for Mental Health is the largest private nonprofit provider of adult mental health
services in Santa Clara County. Our program and services for individuals living with a mental illness are comprehensive and include a prevention and early intervention program, adult and transitional age youth (14 to 24) out-patient services, and more. Mark your calendar to attend the 14th Annual Shining Stars Rising Above Stigma Benefit on November 17,2011. To purchase tickets visit our website at https://www.momentumformentalhealth.org/ ShiningStars2011.
Cupertino Saturday, November 12, 2011 Vallco Shopping Mall (Lower Mall Area, near AMC Theater) 4:30pm—7:30pm The Cupertino Chamber of Commerce proudly presents its Semiannual ‘Taste of Cupertino’ that showcases the diversity of Cupertino’s food scene. For just $30, the guests will enjoy:
Good eats from Cupertino’s favorite restaurants Arya Global Cuisine * Bowlmor * Cupertino Indian* Dynasty Restaurant * Park Place *Tatami Seafood Buffet * And More!
Music from local band
Wine and Beer Experience
“The Taste of Cupertino is an excellent opportunity for the community to kick off the holidays, by trying out the culinary delicacies from the local restaurants,” said Mike Rohde, Event Chair. “Our goal is to promote the restaurants and also to remind the community how great our local restaurants are.” Don’t miss out this opportunity in tasting delicious and delectable flavors of Cupertino’s finest restaurants. For more information and to purchase tickets, please contact the Chamber office at (408) 252-7054.
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Enter V e t e r a n ’ s Day Contest! Source: CupertinoPatch Here's all you have to do; snap a few photos, shoot a mini video or draw a picture. Send it in and you're entered in a chance to win an iTunes gift card. One catch, you have to be between the ages of 13 and 18. The theme of the contest is veterans, specifically Vietnam veterans and what they did for us as a country. The City and Cupertino Patch are partnering on holding a contest based on the traveling replica of the Vietnam War Veteran's Memorial wall by asking children to tell us what they believe is Grand price winner will take home a $100 the significance of a war that ended iTunes gift card. videos should last no more than two decades before they were born. minutes, and any artwork submitted Photos of all entries will be posted should be done through a digital photo on Cupertino Patch and the winner will of the art emailed as an attachment to be selected through readers' votes and the Editor at firstname.lastname@example.org a panel of judges. The Grand Prize (arrangements for the display of origiwinner will take home a $100 iTunes nal artwork will be made at a later gift card, and two First Prize winners date.) will each get a $50 iTunes gift card, Winners will be invited to a special courtesy of the City of Cupertino. ceremony on Nov. 10 at Memorial Park The contest is open to students where the traveling wall will be disages 13 to 18; no more than two enplayed. tries per child please. Slideshows and
Cupertino Elections Continued from Page 1 To read the San Jose Mercury’s full explanation for endorsing Wong and Austin, please go to: http://www.mercurynews.com/opinion/ ci_19116883 The Cupertino Chamber of Commerce made its endorsements on August 26. The endorsements were determined based on votes cast by the Cupertino Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. The Chamber extended invitations to all six candidates that are in the running for two open seats on the City Council. Each candidate was given a 30-minute time block to meet with the Board and
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answer the same set of questions. All but one candidate was able to meet with the Board on August 26. “The Cupertino Chamber of Commerce is thrilled to endorse Gilbert Wong and Donna Austin,” said Cupertino Chamber of Commerce President, Paula Davis. “Both are long time citizens of Cupertino, great supporters of business and dedicated Chamber members.” “Gilbert Wong and Donna Austin are the best choices to support not only the business community, but the local community as well. During these tough times, we really need to put our support behind people we know are going to help us all,” said Davis. “Vote for Donna and Gilbert this November.”
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MemberNews Traveling Vietnam Wall to visit Cupertino Veterans Memorial Source: Cupertino Veterans Memorial
There will be other events preceding and following this main event, and we look forward to you being there to share with us as we honor our
Sunday, November 13 in the morning: The Vietnam Traveling Wall departs.
veterans. The focus this ear will be on honoring our Vietnam Veterans. Wednesday, November 9 in the afternoon: The Wall arrives with a motorcycle escort. Thursday, November 10 at 10:00am: Dedication Ceremony with City Officials and local school choirs and bands Friday, November 11 at 11:00am: Annual Veterans Day Ceremony with military speakers, Air
2012 openings for City of Cupertino committees Source: City of Cupertino Cupertino residents are encouraged to apply for positions on City commissions and committees that will have vacancies in January of 2012. The application deadline is 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, January 11, 2012. Council will conduct interviews beginning at 6:00 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday, January 23 and 24. Commissioners are interviewed and appointed by the City Council, and may serve a total of two consecutive 4-year terms. (The Teen Commission has a different term structure). All meetings are open to the public. For more information or to apply for a commission, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at 777-3223, or visit the City website at www.cupertino.org.
Force Band, Monta Vista Madrigals, and special recognition of Vietnam Veterans with the unveiling of the Vietnam Memorial Boulder Saturday, November 12 all day: Open to the Public for visitations.
For Veterans Day “The American Veterans Traveling Tribute” will be at the Veterans Memorial in Cupertino’s Memorial Park. November 9-13, 2011. The Veterans Memorial is located in Cupertino’s Memorial Park, just behind the Senior Citizen Center. The “Wall” will be arriving on Wednesday, November 9th, and departing on Sunday, November 13th. The Cupertino Veterans Day celebration (also known as Remembrance Day, Poppy Day and Armistice Day in other areas of the world) will take place on Friday, November 11th at 11:00am. (The 11th day, of the 11th month, at the 11th hour in the year 2011)
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Audit Committee – 2 Vacancies. The powers and functions of the Audit Committee shall be as follows: A. Review the annual audit report and management letter; B. Recommend appointment of auditors; C. Review the monthly Treasurer’s report, D. Review City investment policies and internal controls of such policies. Housing Commission – 2 Vacancies. The commission assists in developing housing policies and strategies, recommends policies for implementation and monitoring of affordable housing projects, helps identify sources of funding for affordable housing and performs other advisory functions authorized by the City Council. Parks and Recreation Commission – 2 Vacancies. The commission advises the City Council on
There is a parking lot behind the Senior Citizen Center, just off Mary Avenue at Stevens Creek Boulevard. Please note that some parking spots are designated for Senior Citizen permit parking only during some hours of the day, but there are some undesignated spots. If these undesignated spots are full, there are other spaces available within easy walking distance of the Memorial. Visit www.cupertinoveteransmemorial.org more information or contact
municipal activities in relation to parks and recreation, including park site acquisition and development, recreation program policy, and expansion of the park program as development occurs. Public Safety Commission – 3 Vacancies. The primary functions are to advise the city council on all areas relating to public safety, traffic, and police, fire and other matters relating to the foregoing. Technology, Information and Communications Commission – 2 Vacancies. They advise the city council on all matters relating to telecommunications within the city of Cupertino, including evaluating compliance with any franchise or other agreement between the city and a telecommunications provider and conducting periodic reviews of providers, facilities, and products.
Kiddie Academy Continued from page 1 children. We have several different program options available for each age group. We are conveniently open from 7:00am to 6:30pm Monday through Friday.” For more than 30 years, Kiddie Academy ® has been a leader in education-based child care. The company serves families and their children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old, offering full time care, before- and after-school care and summer camp programs. Kiddie Academy’s proprietary Life Essentials® curriculum, supporting programs, methods, activities and techniques help prepare children for school and for life. Kiddie Academy is using the globally recognized AdvancED accreditation system, signifying its commitment to quality
education and the highest standards in child care. “There is no doubt our program is something that the City of Cupertino will be proud of now and for years to come,” said Bowers. “From its large open classrooms, nurturing caring teachers, new state of the art e-learning centers, the webcams that will capture all the exciting moments of your child’s day; this place was created with children in mind!”
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MemberAnniversaries Congratulations to our renewing members! We greatly appreciate your continued support and involvement. 30-21 Year Anniversary
20-11 Year Anniversary
Silicon Valley DECA
Randall LaFrom, DDS
Ben Shyy Ph.D, DDS
Monta Vista DECA
Rotary Club of Cupertino
Sustainable Living Group, Inc.
Sheldon A. Zitman, M.D.
Petersonâ€™s Video Transfer Services
5-1 Year Anniversary
Tax Mam Inc. & TMI Tax Services Group, Inc
State Farm Insurance & Financial Services, Yogi Chugh
UpcomingMemberEvents THURS | NOV 10 | 12:00pm
Wednesday November 9, 2011 5:30pm to 7:00pm First Tech Federal Credit Union 19960 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino
Co-hosted and food provided by:
2011 Board of Directors Board Officers 2011 President Paula Davis, Flint Center for Performing Arts Immediate Past President Lynn Ching, Sustainable Living Group, Inc. VP Community Relations Mike Rohde, Vallco Shopping Mall VP Finance Matt Wheeler, LMGW Certified Public Accountants, LLP VP Legislative Action Council Darcy Paul, Law Offices of Darcy August Paul VP Membership Kevin McClelland, Leeward Financial & Insurance Services VP Special Events John Zirelli, Recology Cupertino
Board Members Neil Bhatnagar, Bowlmor Lanes
Scott Jeng, HSBC
Yogi Chugh, State Farm Insurance
Dean Munro, Via Services
Mike Foulkes, Apple, Inc.
Mahesh Nihalani, Jewels In Style
Ram Gopal, Cupertino Bakery
Barbara Perzigian, Cupertino Inn
Lennies Gutierrez, Comcast
Maria Streeby, The Cypress Hotel
Butch Harris, PG&E
Vicky Tsai, Dryclean Pro
Sandra James, Lehigh Southwest Cement Company
Awaken, Cleanse and Feed: A paradigm shift to support healthful aging Mary Campbell Room W. Campbell Ave., Campbell, CA 95008 Orenda Co-Founders Bob and George Hall will be giving a presentation at the Campbell Community Center on the Orenda products and opportunity. Everyone is Welcome. Contact Ann Huntsman, 408-732-1962 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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