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INSIGHT

November/December 2014

Help Local Charities

Appreciation For All War Veterans Shop Local & Help Economy Thrive AN OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE ROSEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT 2014 Officers President

Randy Wilson

Randy Wilson Sinclair, Wilson, Baldo & Chamberlain Attorneys at Law

Sinclair, Wilson, Baldo & Chamberlain Attorneys at Law

President-Elect Kim Silvers

Silvers HR LLC

Secretary/Treasurer Brian Ivie

Mercy San Juan Medical Center

Past President

Richard Robinson

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

Vice Presidents Community Development & Education Brian Whitmore BCA Architects

Economic & Government Affairs Liisa Stark

Union Pacific Railroad

Membership Development Janette Moynier First Bank

2014 Board of Directors Ted Allegra

Consolidated Communications

Ed Benoit

TRI Commercial Real Estate

Krista Bernasconi KFB Public Affairs

Pat Brady

Sutter Roseville Medical Center

Michelle Cannon

Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard

James Cuppet

SIMS Recycling Solutions

Jeff Dern

PRIDE Industries

Kristen Holihan

California Bank & Trust

Jeremy Masters Kee & Associates

A Year of Learning ’ve had the pleasure of serving as ICommerce President of the Roseville Chamber of since January. Since this is

my sixth and final contribution to the Insight Newsletter I would like to reflect on my year. The Chamber has accomplished a number of goals during the past year. Membership has grown significantly, as have revenues from membership and events. The services provided to our members continue to grow, and to be refined. We will host our first CEO Roundtable later this month, and hope to unveil a proposal in November that will encourage participation by a broader spectrum of businesses.

quality of the representatives we have chosen to lead us in that pursuit. We are fortunate to have them. My confidence with our City leadership is equaled by my confidence in our Chamber leadership. During the past few years, I have watched Wendy Gerig, CEO manage this organization through some difficult times, only to emerge stronger. A leader, in the end, is measured by the quality of the team he or she assembles. The Chamber team is extraordinary, and it has been my pleasure to be associated with them.

While this has been a year of accomplishment, it has also been a year of learning. I have had the opportunity to meet monthly with Mayor Susan Rohan and City Manager Ray Kerridge, and to work closely on projects with City staff. In doing so, I have grown to appreciate the challenges our city faces, and the

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Westfield Galleria at Roseville

Bruce Stephenson GALLINA LLP

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Taber Creative Group

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GOOD NEWS FROM THE CEO Wendy Gerig

Roseville Chamber of Commerce

Support Your Local Businesses & Charities

Wendy Gerig

Stephanie Tighe

Director of Administration Jackie Snider

Events & Sponsorship Coordinator

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Membership Services Coordinator Anne Pastrana

Communications Specialist

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Customer Service Rep Nancy McElroy

Advertising & Business Development Michelle Culbertson

Business Development Representatives Lori Ryan

Membership Retention Representative Scott Otsuka

While everybody is vigorously shopping for their loved ones, many local nonprofits are working extra hard on charitable works. The goal of a nonprofit is not measured in wealth, but in the joy reflected in the eyes of others. Giving back during the holidays could be as simple as a warm compliment to a stranger. Take the time to give to a local charity and you’ll find you’ve given yourself the gift of happiness as well.

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Chief Executive Officer Controller

ith all of the festivities of the Holidays coming up, the City of Roseville is beautiful this time of year. The season of shopping is upon us! While picking up that perfect gift for a loved one or a feast for the family, please support the local businesses.

Shopping local keeps the hard working mom-and-pop shops open, but it also helps our local economy thrive. When you shop with local merchants, money stays close to home, which supports the local parks, recreation centers, roads, libraries and other things that benefit the City of Roseville. According to a recent study by American Express, cities populated with thriving independent businesses boosted the value of nearby homes. Keep this in mind when shopping this season.

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Roseville Chamber of Commerce 650 Douglas Blvd. Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 783-8136

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Roseville Chamber of Commerce, serving Roseville and Granite Bay, is proud to be an accredited fourstar Chamber of Commerce. The Accreditation Program was instituted by the U.S. Chamber to recognize effective organization performance. Only 10% of the Chambers throughout the nation successfully complete the accreditation process for this voluntary program and less than 1.2% achieve four-star status.

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he exercise of charity creates a positive outlook for individuals who wish to serve the local communities. St. Vincent de Paul is asking our community to join them in their efforts to help local families during the Holiday Season. They are in need of food and cash donations to purchase frozen turkeys for the 4th Annual Holiday Drive. Their goal is to provide enough food to fill 850 Thanksgiving Food Baskets for needy families in the Roseville, Rocklin, and Granite Bay area. St. Vincent de Paul needs 2,000 toys to donate to the children in the Roseville & Rocklin areas who would otherwise not normally receive a Christmas present this year. Any type of donation is greatly appreciated! St. Vincent de Paul of Roseville administers four major social service programs for our community: Food Locker: The food locker has been in continuous operation since 1984. Each household or individual may obtain food once every 30 days. The quantity of food is sufficient to make 9 meals for each member of the household. In 2013, they served an average of 828 households representing 2288 clients per month. Dining Room: St. Vincent de Paul’s hot meal program started in December 1983, and is open to anyone who is in need of a hot meal. They are run by volunteer staff and open 5 days a week; providing seating for 35 guests. In 2013, an average of 69 guests were served a day. Medical Clinic: The St. Vincent de Paul free Medical Clinic has been in continuous operation since 2004. The clinic is staffed by volunteer physicians and nurses and provides free urgent and triage care to uninsured and under insured patients. The clinic is currently open every Wednesday morning from 9:00 a.m. until noon. With the support of a grant from Kaiser Permanente Health Plan, they are able to provide free prescription and OTC medications for patients. In 2013, the Clinic had 197 medical visits and provided 71 prescriptions. Thrift Stores: The Thrift Store first opened in 1983. When they moved the office and Food Locker to 503 Giuseppe Court in 2006, St. Vincent continued to operate a small used furniture store on Riverside Blvd. A second Thrift Store on Melody Lane was opened in 2007. The stores provide quality used clothing, household goods, and furniture at affordable prices for low income individuals and families.

53rd Annual Sylvia Besana’s Holiday Parade Saturday November 22nd 2014 10:00 a.m. Down Vernon Street Roseville

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he sound of ringing bells is always a sentimental reminder that the holiday season is here. The famous red kettles with the volunteer bell ringers are recognizable across the country. Money raised through this campaign helps the Salvation Army continue to provide food, shelter and social services to those who need it most throughout the year, not just during the Christmas season. The campaign started in 1891 when Salvation Army Captain, Joseph McFee, was worried so many poor individuals in San Francisco were going hungry. His solution was to provide a free Christmas

dinner for these persons. The only problem was funding the project. He was reminded of his sailor days, when there was a large, iron kettle called a “Simpson’s Pot” where passers tossed a coin or two to help the poor. Captain McFee placed his own pot at the Oakland Ferry Landing with a sign that read “Keep the Pot Boiling.” Six years later, the idea spread throughout the country. With today’s technology, there are virtual bell ringer kettles where you can make online donations. Simply visit their website at www.onlinekettle.org to see the current progress on a national level.

Additional Nonprofit Charity Events to Attend this Holiday Season: Tommy Apostolos Fund

26th Annual Shopping Spree December 6, 2014 5:30 a.m. Kohl’s 10375 Fairway Dr. Roseville

Keaton Raphael Memorial Kaleidoscope 2014 November 1, 2014 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Tsakopoulos Library Galleria 828 I St. Sacramento

Roseville Home Start, Inc.

3rd Annual Holiday Teddy Bear Tea November 30, 2014 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. The Flower Farm 4150 Auburn Folsom Rd. Loomis

Me-One Foundation

2nd Annual Giving Fundraiser December 11, 2014 5:30 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. Sierra View Country Club 105 Alta Vista Ave. Roseville

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n 2015, The Roseville Host Lions Club will be celebrating 90 years of service to the City of Roseville. We are a nonprofit organization which serves the youth in our community. Some of our youth programs include: Student Speaker contest, International Student Exchange Program and Recipient of Scholarships. We highly believe in assisting and encouraging our youth. Our motto is “we serve” because our service comes directly from our hearts. Currently, we are asking for donations and volunteer assistance for our annual Christmas Food Basket Program. With the support of other service clubs, over 1,000 food baskets are assembled at the Roseville High School Cafeteria. Assembly and delivery will occur this year on December 20th. The Lions Club has been organizing this program for 20 years, since then, the project has grown tremendously, therefore more volunteer assistance is needed. The Roseville Host Lions Club are involved in numerous service projects and are always searching for new ways to help others. One of which include rental space in their hall.

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The hall is located at 107 Sutter Avenue in Roseville and the funds raised goes towards our community. Many people would like to help the community, but don’t know where to start. Everybody is invited to attend one of our evening meetings which are held on the first and third Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. The Roseville Host Lions Club Facebook page provides several updates about our business and programs. When new members join our club, we ask about their specific interest in helping others. The Roseville Host Lions Club helps you serve the part of the community in which you are passionate about. Some examples include: Veterans, visually impaired, students, Type I Diabetics and other segments of our community. If you are interested in community service projects, please contact Joe Flores at (916) 396-4111 or visit their website at: www.rosevillehostlions.org page

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Meet Our Ambassador - Joe Flores Joe Flores Roseville Host Lions Club Flores & Associates Insurance Services

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I decided to become an Ambassador after the positive experience with 2014 Roseville Leadership. Through the Roseville Leadership program, I was able to make strong business relationships and learn about the city of Roseville. The Ambassador program offered me a continuation of the benefits gained in Roseville Leadership.

Q: Would you advise others to be an Ambassador and why? I would encourage business professionals to serve as an Ambassador. In my profession as a Health Insurance Agent and serving the Roseville Host Lions, I have found that business is all about the relationships you develop and that it is important to think of the needs of other people before your own.

Q: How has being an Ambassador helped you and your business? The Ambassador program has helped me share with others the projects we are involved with. We have had business mixers in our clubhouse and many of my fellow Ambassadors have supported our efforts. This year our organization has received more attention and inquiries, including this article. We thank the Roseville Chamber for their support. www.joe-medicare.com

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ovember is a month about giving and being thankful. Without those who have fought for our country, we wouldn’t have the amazing country we have today. Veteran’s Day was formed to honor all of those who have served in the U.S. Military. The day was originally set as a legal holiday to honor Armistice Day, which celebrates the end of World War I. After the end of the war, the American Legion, Alyn W. Butler Post 169 was formed to provide assistance to all veterans and their families in need. They have been active in Roseville since 1919 and have approximately 400 members from all military branches. Their goal is to help veterans and their families, educate and keep our community safe, and lend a helping hand to those in need. The American Legion is the nation’s largest wartime veteran’s service organization and is very active within the community. They were instrumental in getting legislation passed that created the GI Bill. The Legion continues to advocate for veterans in congress. In addition to Veteran’s Day, the post also participates in events such as Memorial Day and burial details for deceased Veterans. This year the Veteran’s Day ceremony is held at 11 a.m. on November 12th at the Veteran’s Hall. The ceremony offers a pancake breakfast. If you know anybody who has served in the military during any of the following periods, you should encourage them to join the American Legion. The post has their general meeting on the first Thursday of every month at the Roseville Veteran’s Memorial Hall, 110 Park Drive (Royer Park) in Roseville. April 6, 1917 to Nov. 11, 1918 (World War I) Dec. 7, 1941 to Dec. 31, 1946 (World War II) June 25, 1950 to Jan. 31, 1955 (Korean War) Feb. 28, 1961 to May 7, 1975 (Vietnam War) Aug. 24, 1982 to July 31, 1984 (Lebanon / Grenada) Dec. 20, 1989 to Jan. 31, 1990 (Panama) Aug. 2, 1990 to Today (Gulf War / War On Terrorism)

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COUNTY OF PLACER UPDATE

Roseville Community Helps Less Fortunate

Jack Duran District 1 Supervisor

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s the holidays roll in, the season tends to bring out human kindness, and the willingness to help those less fortunate. Many have it in their hearts to better our community by lending a hand year round. Whether it is a physical gift, a monetary donation or quality time spent volunteering, there are local organizations that exist to help better the lives of families and children. I’d like to share a glimpse of just some in our community: The mission of KidsFirst is to end child abuse and neglect. With centers in Roseville, Auburn and Citrus Heights, this organization’s vision is that all children live in a safe, healthy and nurturing home. Established in 1989, this nonprofit provides services to families across the Sierra-Sacramento region and is dedicated to getting immediate help to parents and children with difficult life circumstances. KidsFirst is dedicated to the philosophy that prevention is the best way to end child abuse. The organization provides: counseling for children and families; healing therapy for child victims of abuse and neglect; enrollment of children in low/no-cost health insurance; parent education, training and coaching; and links to many community resources. www.kidsfrstnow.org The Gathering Inn is a nonprofit organization formed by a group of local ministers determined to provide a safe and warm place for people to go if they lacked housing. The Gathering Inn provides physical, mental and spiritual restoration for homeless men, women and children in south Placer County, helping them overcome the problems that have made them homeless. This group offers homeless people in the community the basic necessities of life, a sense of dignity and a spirit of hope for the future. Gathering Inn provides its guests with social, health and case management services that help them become active participants in the community. www.thegatheringinn.com

and support to restore and redesign their lives so they can successfully integrate back into their community and live independently. Those individuals are guided in developing life and job skills, seeking educational opportunities, finding appropriate housing and employment, and establishing a support system as they move forward. www.lazarusprojectinc.org With many unhealthy distractions vying for the attention of our youth, the Roseville Police Activities League strives to provide safe and supervised environments for recreational, athletic, social, educational, and cultural activities. They provide a variety of programs that appeal to the different interests of children and young adults, helping to build meaningful relationships between Roseville youth and Police Officers. All Roseville Police Activities League programs and events are low cost, or free, to avoid the exclusion of any child due to family income. www.rosevillepal.org Providing feedback on the needs of the Latino populations to improve mental health services for Latino children and families is the focus of the Latino Leadership Council. The Council has developed partnerships with other service providers to improve their cultural competence, secure funding to enhance Latino programs and to serve as a resource on the needs of the Latino culture. www.latinoleadershipcouncil.org

The Sierra Native Alliance was formed by Native community members dedicated to preserving Native families, cultures, and environments. The Sierra Native Alliance provides cultural education, family resources and environmental preservation activities in the Sierra Nevada Foothills region. www.sierranativealliance.org One of Placer County’s leading nonprofit providers of housing and comprehensive support services for the homeless population is the Lazarus Project. This organization understands that one of the solutions to homelessness is providing a place to live first and then providing the services needed to succeed. Participants are provided information

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Corr Dental Designs, Inc. DCA Capital Partners Deli Delicious Franchising, Inc. Dillon Financial Services Floor & Decor Franzoia Construction Fritzsche Associates, Inc. Golden 1 Home Loans Heartland Payment Systems Panda Restaurant Group HomePointe Property Management HomeSmart ICARE Realty Icing, LLC Iron Addiction Jamee Pau Fit KWStudios Law Office of Seth L. Hanson

Lions Gate Hotel & Conference Center Lyon Real Estate-Poonam Suri BRE#01918998 McCormick & Schmick’s Fresh Seafood Restaurant MK Career Designs The Monk’s Cellar Noodles & Company Richard F. Jackson Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Pacific Air Walking Service Paragon Financial - Michael Takayama Placer Business Network Regional Builders, Inc. Roseville Dental Group-Dr. Evan Lomen

Roundhouse Deli Ruins Decor and Design Studio Sac City Ceramics Sacramento Oral Surgery Sakura Japanese Bistro & Bar Sierra Pacific Home & Comfort The Sophos Group Team In Training-The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Triton Financial Advisory Two Slices Pie Co. U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group Visi-April Dias Walmart #4202 Wordell Law Group

DRY CREEK JOINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT Brad Tooker

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uring the holiday season, also known as the Season of Giving, thoughts naturally turn to serving our communities. It is a time when communities often come together to feed the hungry, gather toys and gifts, and serve with and for their neighbors. While these efforts intensify during the holidays, in Roseville, community service quietly continues throughout the year. Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District is privileged to be an active part of that community service. Throughout the year Dry Creek schools, students, and volunteers partner with businesses and organizations to serve. Our schools regularly participate in the season’s canned food and toy drives as well as organize school-wide charitable giving through Pennies for Patients, St. Baldrick’s and other student council-sponsored community service activities. Student clubs and organization also reach out for opportunities to serve. For example, the Heritage Oak Busy Bee Knit and Crochet Club makes and donates hand-made items, such as preemie blankets, to charities and local hospitals. The Creekview Ranch School’s Builder’s Club, a student community service group, hosted a clothing drive to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the Where Everybody Belongs (WEB) students raised $800 for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. At Silverado Middle School, students help serve their neighbors in need within the community through the school’s own Bear Pantry community food bank. Students, families and community members donate food to the pantry and when “care packages” are requested the items are sorted and prepared for delivery by the 8th grade Foundations class. Community service has become a part of the culture within Dry Creek schools. Students can take advantage of community service opportunities at every school, and all students, kindergarten through 8th grade, are encouraged to complete service hours and give to the community. Serving the community and supporting those in need is an important part of becoming a responsible citizen. Efforts like these are supported by business and community partnerships in schools throughout Roseville. If you would like to support students as they serve our community, please contact your local school.

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What’s Happening PLACES TO BE, PEOPLE TO MEET, THINGS TO DO IN NOVEMBER/DECEMBER

chamber luncheon NOVEMBER

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December sponsors

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THURSDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm The Monk’s Cellar 240 Vernon St.

THURSDAY CHAMBER OFFICE CLOSED Thanksgiving

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FRIDAY CHAMBER OFFICE CLOSED Holiday

FRIDAY ECONOMIC & GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 7:30 am - 8:30 am

December Events

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TUESDAY CHAMBER OFFICE CLOSED Veteran’s Day

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WEDNESDAY CITY CORE COMMITTEE 8:00 am - 9:00 am

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FRIDAY MEMBER ADVISORY COUNCIL 9:00 am

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WEDNESDAY IGNITE YOUNG PROFESSIONALS 8:00 am - 9:00 am

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FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center 1550 Maidu Dr. Topic: Recognizing Our 15 Year Members Sponsor: Heald College

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Event/meeting to be held at the Roseville Chamber of Commerce Office, 650 Douglas Blvd.

SATURDAY SYLVIA BESANA HOLIDAY PARADE 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Downtown Roseville

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WEDNESDAY CHAMBER ORIENTATION MAXIMIZING YOUR MEMBERSHIP 8:30 am - 10:00 am THURSDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Opera House Saloon 411 Lincoln St.

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TUESDAY JOINT ECONOMIC & GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 7:30 am - 9:00 am Joint Meeting Lincoln City Hall 600 6th Street, 3rd floor

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TUESDAY BECOME COMMITTEE 7:30am - 8:30 am

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WEDNESDAY CITY CORE COMMITTEE 8:00 am - 9:00 am

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THURSDAY CHAMBER BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am Sierra View Country Club 105 Alta Vista Ave. Sponsor: KidsFirst

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FRIDAY MEMBER ADVISORY COUNCIL 9:00 am - 10:00 am

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TUESDAY BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING 7:30 am - 9:00 am

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WEDNESDAY Ignite Young Professionals Committee 8:00 am - 9:00 am

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THURSDAY CHAMBER OFFICE CLOSED Christmas

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FRIDAY CHAMBER OFFICE CLOSED Holiday

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