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Help Community Business Bank Give Away $10,000 to Benefit Local Non-Profit

Help Community Business Bank Give Away $10,000 to Benefit Local Non-Profit

There’s no fancy party planned to celebrate Community Business Bank’s 10th anniversary. Instead, the West Sacramento-headquartered community bank plans to give away $10,000 to one lucky not-for-profit making a difference in Sacramento, Yolo, San Joaquin or Solano counties.

“For the past decade, it’s been our honor to help meet the needs of small businesses and not-for-profits in our communities,” said John DiMichele, CEO, Community Business Bank. “Our $10,000 give away contest is the perfect opportunity to express our gratitude to a local not-for-profit that is working hard every day to help those in need.” In addition to the cash prize, the winner will receive a full-page ad in thePartners in Philanthropyedition of the Sacramento Business Journal.

Entry period for all nominations is September 1-30, 2015. Here are two ways to nominate your favorite not-for-profit:

AirBnB Meeting—On the table: caps, permits, taxes

AirBnB Meeting—On the table: caps, permits, taxes

Community meeting set for Wednesday, Sept. 9 at City Hall

A community meeting will allow City of Sacramento residents and businesses an opportunity to discuss new rules for short-term rentals within private homes through websites such as AirBnB. The meeting is slated for Wednesday, Sept. 9, in the Sacramento City Hall lobby, 915 I St., from 5:30 to 7 p.m... Read More

Dining News: Uber Hosts 'Taco Tuesday on Demand,' Delivers Chando's Tacos on Tuesday

Dining News: Uber Hosts 'Taco Tuesday on Demand,' Delivers Chando's Tacos on Tuesday

To celebrate one million rides in Sacramento, Uber is will deliver Chando's Tacos from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Specifically, you'll get three carne asada tacos and a side of chips for $5, a 20% savings from the..... Read More

TDC is Hiring!

TDC is Hiring!

We're hiring! Yahoo... I am officially looking for some additional help in the drafting and plans department around here, with a project request list a mile long and updates that need to be made to existing plans it just might take a village to get her done... so if you are familiar with sketchup and the furniture building process, you may be a good fit!

DRAFTSMAN / FURNITURE BUILDER

// This is a paid position and is perfect for the guy or gal who wants to work from home on a part time basis. How and when you work is entirely flexible and pay is structured by project so speed and proficiency are helpful for increasing your earnings... Read More

Day of Education for Wedding Pros August 24

Day of Education for Wedding Pros August 24

"Tragedy to Triumph," presented by Charleton Churchill) who was in Nepal  to photograph a wedding at Mt Everest basecamp when the earthquake hit) is the Keynote for the Sacramento Association for Wedding Professionals Conference and Trade Show.

The conference is Monday, August 24, 2015, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. at the Mack Powell Event Center (in the Sacramento Association of Realtor Building).

This day of education for all professionals in the Wedding industry, includes training on getting the most out of advertising, profiting from owning a wedding business, working well with other professionals, balancing running a business with having a personal life, grass roots marketing, and customer service.

Conference fees include all seminars, breakfast, lunch, trade show, parking and networking.

Businesses see green in painting dry lawns

Businesses see green in painting dry lawns

The grass is always greener — at least until there’s a severe drought that prompts water restrictions and causes landscaping to turn brown... Read More

Historic Old Sacramento Foundation Now Hiring Guides for New “Gold Rush Experience” Tours!

Historic Old Sacramento Foundation Now Hiring Guides for New “Gold Rush Experience” Tours!

The Historic Old Sacramento Foundation (HOSF) is now hiring part-time tour guides for new “Gold Rush Experience” walking tours that will be launched later this summer.   Candidates interested in leading tour groups, meeting people from all over the world, sharing Sacramento’s fascinating history and working in the dynamic historic district in Old Sacramento State Historic Park are encouraged to apply by Monday, July 27, 2015.

Successful candidates must be 18 years or older, reliable, enthusiastic, energetic, articulate, friendly, responsible and have strong public speaking skills.  A background in Sacramento and California history is not required as comprehensive training will be provided.  Applicants able to speak multiple languages, including American Sign Language, are encouraged to apply.  Also, preferential consideration will be given to those with college-level coursework in history, theater, education and/or with tour guide experience.