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Carmichael Chamber Recognizes Jobs Well-Done

Dec 27, 2019 12:00AM ● By By Paul Scholl

Izzy Delancy, far left, and the Carmichael Chamber donate the check of more than $4,200 to How to Love Our Cops. Photo by Paul Scholl

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Carmichael, CA (MPG) – Recognition for a job well-done was shared with many at the last Carmichael Chamber luncheon, held December 17 at Christ Community Church.

Virginia Stone, Chamber Executive Director,  was honored for her hard work and for her willingness to step in and step up to fill the vacancy this past year, giving the board of directors the opportunity to spend more time to find a longer-term candidate for the position. On short notice, Virginia really made the difference in keeping the chamber moving strongly forward, not losing momentum when the previous director had to leave the position.

During the luncheon the recent honorary mayor candidates presented their donations, raised from their fundraisers over the last few months, to their chosen charities. Izzy Delancy raised funds for How to Love Our Cops. Analisa Alvarado raised funds for Carmichael Parks Foundation.

Also recognized at the luncheon were David Peterson and the Sacramento Fine Arts Center. David gave a delightful talk on the origins of the Art Center and his long and eventful personal history that has culminated in being a well-known artist.

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