Account Manager at ACS Quantum Strategies
Shannon Mayo is an Account Manager at ACS Quantum Strategies in Sacramento, California. ACS specializes in public affairs, media relations, strategic planning and marketing services. Contact: 916-552-2660 or email@example.com.
United Advocates for Children and Families (UACF), local business leaders and mental health advocates are raising awareness and funds for children’s mental health through UACF’s first annual awards dinner on September 18, 2009 in Sacramento. “Banquet with Business Leaders” promises an evening filled with fun, entertainment, live music, art show and awards for a great cause. All proceeds will be used to assist families in understanding the complexities of mental illness and to seek appropriate treatment for their children. UACF will be honoring mental health heroes who have made a difference in the mental health community. The Staglin Family, owners of the Staglin Family Winery in Napa, wi
Sacramento’s Party of the Year Set for 9-9-09 Frank Fat’s restaurant, the oldest restaurant operated by the same family in the same location in Sacramento and possibly the entire West, is celebrating its 70th year as a historic Chinese-American restaurant and Capitol dining host. Located two blocks away from the State Capitol on 806 L street, Frank Fat’s serves some of the region’s most celebrated dishes such as Honey Walnut Prawns, Frank’s Style New York Steak, Yu Kwok and Banana Cream Pie. In celebration of Frank Fat’s opening in 1939, customers will be in for a treat. Frank Fat’s is offering a sizzling special with the price of a gourmet meal rolled back to $19.39 per person. (Offer a
Seventeen-week program expands job opportunities in a tough economy Two local veterinary educators have found a way to help animals, people and the economy all at once. Al Aldrete, DVM of Davis and Alex Henderson, RVT of Dixon in 2006 founded a school that trains veterinary assistants to become registered veterinary technicians. There are plenty of veterinary assistants, but not enough registered techs authorized to perform certain medical procedures and operate technical equipment independent of a veterinarian’s supervision. If a veterinarian doesn’t have enough registered technicians, they must do the work themselves or risk losing their license. Veterinarians outnumber veterinary
Frank Fat’s Restaurant Announces Its 70th Year as a Legendary Capitol Dining Host Fat Fact: Frank Fat’s, a state Capitol hangout since 1939, was founded by the late Frank Fat who took over a former speakeasy at 806 L Street in downtown Sacramento and turned it into a thriving Chinese-American restaurant where dinner could be bought for 65 cents and lunch for 35 cents. When customers asked him about his secret to success, Frank maintained modestly that he was “only an ordinary restaurateur who worked hard and had a bit of luck.” Fat Trivia: How did the restaurant get its start? As luck would have it, back in the 1930’s when gambling was still legal in California, the basement of Hong Kin
Sacramento, CA — New legislation aimed at improving consumer protection and safety at California ski resorts was announced at the state Capitol this week. Assembly Bill 990, authored by Assemblymember Dave Jones (D-Sacramento), focuses on public access to California ski resort safety plans, standardization of signage and safety padding and serious injuries and fatalities reporting. “Presently, the California ski industry has no ski safety statute and limited ski and snowboard safety standards,” said Dan Gregorie, M.D., president and founder of the California Ski and Snowboard Safety Organization, which advocates for standardized safety measures. “We are extremely supportive of AB 990 t