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COMMERcE INSIGHT ROSEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE JAN | FEB 2016

INSTALLATION DINNER WELCOMING OUR 2016 BOARD MEMBERS

AN OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE ROSEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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CONTENTS

JANUARY | FEBRUARY

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

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GOOD news from the ceo

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CITY OF ROSEVILLE UPDATES

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2016 BOARD MEMBERS

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New Year, New President

Let Your Voices Be Heard!

Why Roseville?

Welcome!

INSTALLATION DINNER Presidents of Past, Present & Future

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RIBBON CUTTINGS

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WHAT’S HAPPENING?

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New Businesses Celebrating their Membership with the Chamber

Plan Ahead with our Upcoming Events!

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WELCOME TO THE CHAMBER!

New Members of the Roseville Chamber Family

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Officers President Brian Ivie Mercy San Juan Medical Center

A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

New Year, New President

President-Elect Jared M. Thomas, DC Thomas Chiropractic Past President Kim Silvers Silvers HR, LLC Secretary/Treasurer Jeremy Masters Kee & Associates VP Economic & Government Affairs James Cuppet SIMS Recycling Solutions VP Membership Services Janette Moynier First Bank - Vernon Street VP Community Development Kristen Holihan California Bank & Trust

Board of Directors Ted Allegra

Consolidated Communications

Patrick Brady

Sutter Roseville Medical Center

Jeremy Burke

Gold Country Media

Tim Burke Quest

Jeff Collins

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

Jeff Dern

PRIDE Industries

Bill Halldin

Halldin Public Relations

Heidi Harman WalMart

John Mason

Gurnee Mason & Forestiere

Jeff Richardson

Westfield Galleria at Roseville

Alex Rue

Ignite Young Professionals

Bruce Stephenson GALLINA LLP

Doug Wagemann

Cochrane & Wagemann

Brian Whitmore BCA Architects

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Brian Ivie

Mercy San Juan Medical Center

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of the New Year. And as much as I look forward to the traditions and celebrations that come with this time of year, I will admit to looking forward to another annual occurrence: Predictions in all forms. Whether it is who will play in the Super Bowl, who our next President will be or how much rainfall California can expect, this time of year is full of interesting, though not always based in fact, predictions. And so it is with that in mind that I’m approaching my inaugural President’s Message. Behold my list of predictions for the Roseville Chamber of Commerce for 2016! The Value Proposition Will Be Key – As a leader of a health care organization, my focus has always been providing customers with value. In my realm, that has meant identifying the needs and the wants of patients and prospective patients. For the chamber, we must identify the needs and wants of members and perspective members, and deliver on those wants and needs. My goal is to increase membership and retain current members by continuing to develop programs and services that demonstrate value that are beneficial to our members. Partnerships will be taken to the next level – one of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce’s strengths is its excellent working relationships with the City of Roseville and Placer County. The Chamber remains committed to advocating to our governmental partners on behalf of the business community, communicating about business needs and the need for responsible economic development. We all know that smart growth brings benefit to us all.

Roseville Continues to Get More Attention – Previous boards have done an excellent job of keeping Roseville and Granite Bay at the forefront of discussions related to business growth and we will continue that work and capitalize on that momentum. Our messages have resonated in no small part because of the size and strength of the Chamber, which has insightful, productive members. Businesses can and do flourish here because of the business climate we have all worked so hard to create. I have been a member of the Chamber’s board for five years and have held numerous leadership positions in organizations outside this region and can attest personally to how impressive and formidable this Chamber is. The Best is Yet To Come – Now this is a bold statement! This is the kind of thing you should expect me (and any other Chamber president) to say all day, every day, because I truly believe it. The truth is, we have a tremendous opportunity in the coming year to further strengthen an already enviable position and to put Roseville and Granite Bay on the map in ways that we haven’t before. I encourage you to look at these opportunities in ways that you haven’t before to ensure that the Chamber is considering all of possible paths to success. It is my honor to serve as the president of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce in 2016. I know I speak for the entire Board that we look forward to an incredible partnership with each of you and thank you in advance for all of the support you provide the Chamber. Together, we will continue to build the business environment that will benefit us all today, tomorrow and for decades to come. And that is my final prediction! Unless, of course, you want to talk to me about the Super Bowl…

Roseville Chamber of Commerce


EXCITING NEWS FROM THE CEO

Chamber Staff Chief Executive Officer Wendy Gerig

Controller

Let Your Voices Be Heard!

Stephanie Tighe

Director of Administration Amy Triplett

The Roseville Chamber has your back! We are at the forefront of advocacy for issues representing our members. This means we lead the way in creating positive change in our community by solving community problems and paving the way for Wendy Gerig our businesses to move forward. We accomplish this by C.E.O. participating in weekly conference calls with the California Chamber of Commerce to focus on statewide policy. The Roseville Chamber also holds quarterly meetings with our County Executive and local Supervisors as well as monthly meetings with the Roseville Mayor and City Manger.

Director of Events & Sponsorship

We encourage our members to be vocal about their community concerns this new year!

Customer Relations Specialist

Conference Calls to focus on statewide policy.

City Council

Monthly meetings to focus on city concerns & activities.

EDAC

Monthly meetings focused on city & county projects.

Committee Meetings:

Director of Membership & Programs Anne Pastrana

Communications Specialist Muang Saeteurn

Nancy McElroy

How did we advocate for you in 2015? CalChamber

Katie Delyon

Advertising & Business Development Michelle Culbertson

Membership Retention Representative

Downtown Roseville Partnership

Vendor Education

Monthly meetings focused on Downtown Roseville.

Workshop to educate our members on how to do business with City of Roseville.

Advantage Roseville

Kirk Uhler

Met with County Supervisor to discuss Placer Ranch, SARTA, Roseville 2015 & upcoming city elections.

Accounting Assistant

Monthly meetings focused on city & county projects.

Local Business

Placer Valley Tourism

Business Development Representative

Facilitated in resolving issues.

Economic Development

Discussions on upcoming developments such as the Sports Complex.

Leadership Roseville

Government Affairs

Met on the 1st Friday of every quarter

Scott Otsuka

Educated & Developed Community Leaders with classes in session from September to June.

Met on the last Friday of every month

We are happy to report that both of our area representatives, Senator Jim Nielsen & Assemblywoman Beth Gaines are at the top in voting in accordance with the California Chamber on business related issues.

Pehavee Tucker

C.J. Duxbury

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

A publication of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce, the Insight newsletter is produced bi-monthly.

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AB 1506 Wage Statement

SB 406 Family Rights Act Expansion

AB 465 Anti-Arbitration

SB 251 Disability Access/Education

AB 305 Increases Costs

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AB 575 Undermines Teacher Quality

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2015 Legislative Vote Record Roseville Chamber of Commerce, serving Roseville and Granite Bay, is proud to be an accredited fivestar 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% achieve five-star status.

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CITY OF ROSEVILLE UPDATE By January 1st, when we begin a new calendar year, the City of Roseville’s fiscal year is halfway over, and the goal setting process for FY 2017 is wrapping up as well. We find ourselves already in the midst of a busy year with a flurry of activity that’s creating a buzz throughout the community. Spend a Wednesday night or a weekend day at the Vernon Street Town Square and you’ll see the excitement and energy as our community gathers. Travel down a main thoroughfare and you’ll see construction is underway for a new FBI office, Top Golf entertainment complex, and iFly indoor skydiving. On the horizon is a new multi-sport complex and animal shelter. Head out any night of the week and enjoy new restaurants, a new trail connection, or a spin around our new roundabout. New residential areas in east, west, and central Roseville beckon new neighbors. And Downtown Roseville continues its transformation with a new office building under construction, Sierra College to establish a satellite campus, new restaurants, and soon to come: a new fire station and new bridges over Dry Creek. Why Roseville? What is it about our city that attracts this level of investment? Visionary Council It starts with leadership. I’ve been working for the City since 1990. A lot’s changed, and I’ve enjoyed a front row seat to witness Roseville’s evolution and the chance to be part of it. I’ve been continually impressed with the visionary approach and intentional planning that our City Council consistently demonstrates over this extended period of time. Individually and collectively, the Roseville City Council has been laser-focused and determined. Council is engaged in the community and in the issues that affect our region and state. We can’t be a great city without great leadership. Outstanding Staff Who implements City Council’s vision? Our staff. A great deal of responsibility comes with being trusted to effectively care for public facilities and efficiently deliver public services every day. Many of our employees are Roseville residents, too, so we understand the challenges and opportunities in our community on a different level. We’re dedicated to

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this city and community. And the 97 percent approval rating we received from residents in 2015 was welcome feedback to know we’re on the right path. Engaged and Supportive Community Our businesses and residents Rob Jensen work together with city staff Roseville City Manager and council members each and every day to maintain and improve the great community we enjoy. We’re all willing do the homework needed to understand the issues. We listen to each other’s perspectives and find opportunities for mutual wins. Whether we find common ground right away or agree to disagree, we share a willingness to come back together in the best interest of our community. This is what allows us to make progress. These key ingredients create the right environment for the city to flourish and to meet challenges of the moment. Those challenges include the ongoing drought and maintaining high levels of customer service as expenses increase. We are committed to finding ways to maintain adequately staffed and trained police and fire departments, including neighborhood patrols, crimeprevention programs, and emergency personnel, since all are vital to protecting Roseville’s quality of life and maintaining rapid emergency and medical response times. Well-maintained city streets, roads, parks and recreation centers help protect property values, attract businesses, and maintain our quality of life. It is fiscally responsible to maintain our streets, roads, and public facilities now, so they don’t deteriorate and become more costly to fix in the future. Programs that retain, attract, and help expand businesses in Roseville are important to creating jobs and a vibrant local economy. For all these reasons, and many more, 2016 is poised to be another year of economic growth for our community.

Roseville Chamber of Commerce


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Roseville Chamber’s New 2016 Board Members

Bill Halldin, Halldin Public Relations

Jeremy Masters, Kee & Associates

Brian Ivie, Mercy San Juan Medical Center

John Mason, Gurnee Mason & Forestiere

Brian Whitmore, BCA Architects

Kim Silvers, Silvers HR LLC

Bruce Stephenson, GALLINA LLP

Kristen Holihan, California Bank & Trust

James Cuppet, SIMS Recycling Solutions

Pat Brady, Sutter Roseville Medical Center

Janette Moynier, First Bank

Ted Allegra, Consolidated Communications

Jared Thomas, Thomas Chiropractic

Tim Burke, Quest

Jeff Dern, PRIDE Industries

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INSTALLATION DINNER The Roseville Chamber Annual Installation Dinner is an evening to honor and celebrate the people with steadfast commitment to the success of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce and the City of Roseville. On top of announcing our award winners, we will be presenting two prestigious awards, the ATHENA award and the Edward M. Friedman Community Service Award. This is the Chamber’s foremost occasion to dine with local business leaders and visionaries and to come together as a community. The stately Timber Creek Ballroom will present the delicious meal and libations on Wednesday, January 13th, 2016 with cocktail hour beginning at 5:30 p.m. The dinner is a celebration of our incoming Roseville Chamber of Commerce President, Brian Ivie of Mercy San Juan Medical Center, and our 2016 Board of Directors. The Roseville Chamber of Commerce’s 21 member Board of Directors has been driven by five core competencies which includes creating a strong local economy, promoting the community, providing networking opportunities, representing business to government and engaging in political action. The Board is comprised of individuals dedicated and committed to seeing these Chamber cornerstones come to fruition.

Kim Silvers 2015

Randy Wilson 2014

PRESIDENTS

Jared Thomas 2017

Brian Ivie 2016

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COMPLIANCE WORKSHOP Average Cost of Legal Fees for HR Infraction

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Friday, January 22nd, 2016 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

Brandman University 400 Sunrise Ave., Ste. 200

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After attending the Compliance Workshop, I was able to bring the knowledge of employment laws and human resources back to our office at Meyer & Yee, LLP. I am now more confident as an office manager in my ability to better protect our office from future liabilities. After the seminar, I just had to sign up for the following two sessions.

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Natalie Herrmann, Meyer & Yee, LLP

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OUR LOYAL RENEWALS - OCTOBER | NOVEMBER 1 YEAR PLUS 18|8 Fine Men’s Salon Accurate Financial Services Accurate Financial Solutions Alan C. Pan D.D.S. Inc Area Restroom Assistance League of Greater Placer Blacktop Comedy Boisset Wine Living BW Auto Dismantlers Cal Tech MortgageMike Cepeda Capitol Public Finance Group, LLC

5 YEARS PLUS Acres of Hope Advocates for Mentally Ill Housing Alta Manor Baygell Properties

10 YEARS PLUS Citslinc International, Inc. Foothills Habitat For Humanity Lakeside Beverages

20 YEARS PLUS AAA-Pleasant Grove Marketplace Advanced Integrated Pest Management

Catering by Design DCA Capital Partners Edible Arrangements Fidelity National Title First American Title Folsom Ready Mix, Inc. Heartland Payment Systems Inland Business Systems Keller Williams Realty Rob Wolf & Associates Law Offices of Gregory A. Thyberg Law Offices of Gregory D. Thatch LegalMatch.com

Life Options for Seniors McLaughlin Theatre Co. New Life Chiropractic NewVision Realty Group Barry Mathis Nothing Bundt Cakes Pairings, Inc. Quarry Ponds Town Center RE/MAX GOLD-Drew Rosen Reeve-Knight Construction, Inc RSC Associates, Inc. Property Management SAFE Credit Union Community Banking Sam’s Club Inc.

Sei Bella Boutique Staples & Associates Energy Solutions The Tax Office Inc. U.S. HealthWorks Medical Group Veterans of Foreign WarsVFW 1487 Walmart #4202 Wedbush Securities Westland Capital Partners, L.P.

Brighton Schools-Natoma Station Brower Mechanical, Inc. Costa Vida Fresh Mexican Grill Duane Benefit Solutions Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites

iMortgage Jim Hall Productions Lincoln Training Center NOR-CAL Commercial Air, Inc. Paul Martin’s American Grill Premier Graph-X Inc.

Seniors First Terraces of Roseville The Davey Tree Expert Company The Sherwin-Williams Co.

MetroPCS Millstone Peterson & Watts, LLP Mojica Architecture Studio National Business Exchange

Riolo Freddi & Associates, LLP Roseville Host Lions State Farm Insurance Julie DeCarlo, Agent Susan C. Rohan

The Comfort Zone Massage & Wellness Center Tommy Apostolos Fund Umpqua Bank

Aldo Pineschi Consulting American Asset Recovery, Inc. Automotive Service of Roseville Bright Beginnings

30 YEARS PLUS Blue Oak Dental ~ Roseville Williams + Paddon Architects + Planners, Inc.

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Greg E. Larson - Realtor, Broker Associate NG Alexander Real Estate Development LLC Paul Baker Printing, Inc.

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Richland Communities, Inc. Valley Yellow Pages

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Best Western / Roseville Inn Placer County Fair & Event Center Rotary Club of Roseville Sierra View Country Club

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Roseville Chamber of Commerce


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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS - OCTOBER | NOVEMBER ABA Technologies Abel Garage Door Adopt An Elder ADP Ajilon Accounting Principals All About You ApexCare Bravo Coffee Bar California Caramel Company Center For Discovery Chicago’s Pizza With-A-Twist Darling Partners Dex Media Fast Fix Jewelry & Watch Repair FC360, Inc. Finley Home Services, Inc. Gathering In Style GEOLUTION Great Clips-Crocker Ranch

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Great Clips-Junction Crossroads Great Clips-Panda Center Great Clips-Renaissance Creek Hardwood Palace Kimberly Page Skincare Macy’s Melaleuca-The Wellness Co. Miller’s Synthetic Turf & Putting Greens, Inc. Nekter Juice Bar North American Processing Solutions, LLC Placer County Visitors Bureau Prosperity Path Financial and Insurance Solutions Raymond James IrwinInsurance Advisor RCO-Carpet One RE/MAX GOLD-Stan Johnson Red Wing Shoes

Rolling Greens of Granite Bay Romeo & Juliette Inc. dba BEARPAW Shoes Roseville Pedicabs Rotary Club of Granite Bay SAASFocus SactoMoFo Shades Color Bar Shoot Your Products Sigma Manufacturing & Logistics Starbucks Coffee Company Tandy Lash Lounge The Falls Event Center, LLC The Strum Shop VillaSport Athletic Club and Spa Western Landscape, Inc. Yellow Cab of Sacramento

Over the years, I have found the Roseville Chamber to be a great advocate for our business community by providing education on policy changes that may effect businesses. This also creates a strong collaborative relationship with our regional decision makers to ensure that chamber members’ voices are heard.  When our local businesses thrive so does our entire community, which creates a premier place to live and work. Carol Garcia, Roseville City Mayor

Roseville Chamber of Commerce


RIBBON CUTTINGS- OCTOBER | NOVEMBER Elite Flooring Solutions

Teleplan International

Le Petit Chateau

JERSEY’S Haircuts & Brews

McCormick & Schmick’s Fresh Seafood Restaurant

Sei Bella Boutique

Farmers Insurance - Gilbert Cohen Insurance Agency

Guy’s for Lunch

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK

Mercy Multiplied

A Dash of Panache

Chicago’s Pizza With-A-Twist

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BCA Architects

True Rest Float Spa

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WHAT’S HAPPENING... PLACES TO BE, PEOPLE TO MEET, THINGS TO DO IN JANUARY | FEBRUARY

chamber luncheon

January Sponsor

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visit rosevillechamber.com click on the Events Calendar call 916.783.8136

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

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FRIDAY MEMBERSHIP COMMUNICATION COUNCIL 9:00 am - 10:00 am

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2016 INSTALLATION DINNER 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm Timber Creek Ballroom Sun City Roseville 7050 Del Webb Blvd.

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FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center 1550 Maidu Dr. Sponsor: Roseville Electric

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MONDAY CHAMBER OFFICE CLOSED Holiday

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TUESDAY BOARD OF DIRECTORS 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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FRIDAY COMPLIANCE WORKSHOP 7:30 am - 9:30 am Brandman University 400 Sunrise Ave., Ste. 200 Sponsor: Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard

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TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm WEDNESDAY CHAMBER ORIENTATION MAXIMIZING YOUR MEMBERSHIP 8:30 am - 10:00 am THURSDAY CHAMBER BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am Sierra View Country Club 105 Alta Vista Ave. Sponsor: Back to Health Chiropractic of Granite Bay FRIDAY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 7:30 am La Provence Restaurant & Terrace 110 Diamond Creek Pl.

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FRIDAY MEMBERSHIP COMMUNICATION COUNCIL 9:00 am

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TUESDAY BOARD OF DIRECTORS 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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FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center 1550 Maidu Dr. Sponsor: Flores & Associates Insurance Services

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TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

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WEDNESDAY CHAMBER ORIENTATION MAXIMIZING YOUR MEMBERSHIP 8:30 am - 10:00 am

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THURSDAY CHAMBER BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am Sierra View Country Club 105 Alta Vista Ave. Sponsor: Aesthetics, by Dr. Lee

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FRIDAY GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 7:30 am - 9:00 a.m.

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FRIDAY KING’S NIGHT 7:00 p.m. Sleep Train Arena 1 Sports Pkwy. Sacramento

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THURSDAY WINTER BASH 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm Blue Line Arts 405 Vernon St., Ste. 100

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TUESDAY BUSINESS SHOWCASE & MIXER 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Bill McAnally Racing NAPA AutoCare Center 900 Riverside Ave.

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