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believe that every great city has great community organizations. And we foresee
nearly unlimited potential for improving the quality of life as represented in
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The Rancho Cordova Luncheon
The last luncheon of the year is something special. We call it Reindeer Games!
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Our Luncheon Sponsor for Dec.:
Each month, the Cordova Community Council and Rancho Cordova Chamber of Commerce host a luncheon featuring a newsmaker in the community. This alliance of leading Rancho Cordova organizations brings together Rancho Cordova's "three-legged stool" of citizens, business and government in a setting that encourages teamwork and collaboration in our quest to improve our city. We call it The Rancho Cordova Luncheon... the one and only! That's because it is the only monthly forum during which all three sectors of our community turn out in force. It's our primary civic networking event.
Same great location, same great price, same great people. Big new opportunities to hear from those making news of interest and importance to Rancho Cordova.
Join us the third Friday of each month in the American River Room at Rancho Cordova City Hall. Luncheon dates for 2011 are:
December 16: Reindeer Games!
Attendance: 150 The Rancho Cordova Luncheons attract approximately 125-150 people each third Friday, constituting the largest regular public event of its kind in Rancho Cordova. Speakers have included Sen. Darrell Steinberg, Assemblywoman Allison Huber, City Manager Ted Gaebler, Congressman Dan Lungren, Sacramento Sheriff John McGinnis, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson and many others who make the news. Programs such as BloodSource and the Sacramento Childrenâ€™s Museum have also been featured.
Sponsors Beginning in 2011, both the Cordova Community Council and Rancho Cordova Chamber of Commerce will be offering sponsorship opportunities during these important monthly civic huddles. If you are interested in participating as a Rancho Cordova Luncheon sponsor, please contact us.
Becoming a supporting partner of The Rancho Cordova Luncheon, attended by leaders of local civic organizations, business and government officials, amounts to a helping hand to citizen engagement, good government and a healthy city.
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