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March 3, 2014
Haven't decided if you're attending the Solano Wine & Food Jubilee ticket yet? Better decide soon, as ticket prices are set to go up to $100 each on March 17. Currently, tickets are $75 each.
December 2, 2013
August 28, 2013
Would you take part in a fundraising activity if you knew that half--or more--of the funds raised were coming right back to NorthBay?
That's the unprecedented incentive being offered by the national Alzheimer's Association to nonprofits that participate in their Walk to End Alzheimer's fundraising event.
The caveat is that the nonprofit organization must offer a service that serves individuals and families affected byAlzheimer's Disease. The organization must put together a team and raise at least $4,999; if the team raises more than that, the return to the nonprofit is 60 percent of all funds raised, according to Sandy Perez, manager of the NorthBay Adult Day Center.
August 27, 2013Momentum Auto Group of Fairfield has already donated a car valued up to $25,000 to the 2013 Solano Wine & Food Jubilee, and the lucky winner cashed in her prize within days of receiving it.
The multi-dealer group is looking to support NorthBay even more.
Momentum Auto Group will donate $500 to the NorthBay Healthcare Foundation for every vehicle a NorthBay employee purchases from the dealer group, in support of NorthBay Hospice & Bereavement programs, up to $20,000.
August 21, 2013Early October offers beautiful weather for a bike ride, and especially one that will benefit NorthBay's Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology.
The Second Annual Ride to Defeat Diabetes is set for Sunday, October 6, and riders are already signing up to take part, reports Ken McCollum, vice president, Human Resources. In addition to serving as a fundraiser for diabetes education projects, the event should also raise awareness of the benefits of diet and exercise to fight the effects of the disease.
There are three separate rides, a 10-mile ride to the unincorporated area of Elmira, with the former Sierra Vista elementary school as a rest stop and beyond, which should be just perfect for families and children. There are also 25-mile and 60-mile rides for more serious cyclists. All rides will start at NorthBayVacaValley Hospital, 1000 Nut Tree Road in Vacaville.
The 60-mile ride departs at 7:30 a.m., the 25-mile ride at 8 a.m., and the 10-mile ride will depart at 10 a.m.
The10-mile ride is free for children age 16 and under, 17 and up will register for $30. There is a $50 registration fee for the 25-mile ride, and the 60-mile ride registration fee is $75. T-shirts, a raffle ticket, lunch and refreshments will be provided for registered riders. You can register online through the NorthBay website at www.northbay.org/r2d2.
August 19, 2013The NorthBay Center for Women's Health and Spirit of Women's Annual Girls Night Out is Friday, Oct. 4, at the NorthBay Healthcare Administration Building in Green Valley.
Headlining this year's event is Hypno Diva Marsha Starr. Trained in Las Vegas by the distinguished comedy hypnosis headliner at Planet Hollywood, Starr brings her expertise to the stage in a show that's defined as a fast-paced, action-packed roller coaster ride of hilarity.
Starr has been delighting, enthralling and mesmerizing audiences of all ages from California to New York, where she was featured on Broadway.
The evening's theme is "You've Come a Long Way, Baby" and 1920s Speakeasy attire is encouraged. Boutique shopping is from noon to 7:30 p.m. The show begins at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $35 for general admission; $125 for Diva tickets. Proceeds benefit the NorthBay Women's Health Service Line. For further information, visit www.NorthBay.org.
August 6, 2013On the same day that NorthBay Healthcare successfully submitted paperwork in its application to become a Level II Trauma Center, the NorthBay Guild rallied local tennis players and golfers to step up, raising more than $50,000 for the program.
"We're all in," said an exuberant Kathy Richerson, vice president and chief nursing officer, from her post at the golf registration station. She proudly displayed a copy of the receipt from the county, confirming all the paperwork was submitted.
"It was official as of 9:15 a.m. today (July 15)," confirmed Heather Venezio, trauma program director, who spent the day on Hole No. 15 of the Green Valley golf course with Sandy Bauman, clinical manager of the Emergency Departments, pouring drinks for participants and taking "fantasy photos" of them with an "Operation"-style, trauma-themed cut-out board.
July 29, 2013NorthBay Healthcare's Green Valley Administration Center will host a special memorial service at 3 p.m. Wednesday, July 31 for Jim Lawrenz, community philanthropist and longtime NorthBay supporter.
A retired airline pilot, the 67-year-old Vacaville resident was currently serving as chairman of the Board of Directors of NorthBay Healthcare Foundation, the fundraising arm of the organization.
He died at home on Tuesday morning, July 9, after a long battle with cancer.
"Jim and his wife, Heidi Campini, have been wonderful ambassadors for us for many, many years," remarked Gary Passama, President and CEO of NorthBay Healthcare. "His leadership and his even-handed, classy approach to the work of the Foundation were great assets for us. He will be missed, but remembered, for a very long, long time."
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