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Antique Appraisal Fundraiser in Sacramento (Carmichael) April 23rd, 2017

Need an antique or special item appraised? Support the Carmichael Parks Foundation on April 23rd, 2017! The Carmichael Parks Foundation is a non-profit and will be holding a fundraiser titled "Antiques, Bubbles & Brunch" at the La Sierra Community Center, in the John D. Smith Hall. Date & Time: Sunday, April 23rd, 10:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m.

Location: La Sierra Community Center, 5325 Engle Road, Carmichael, CA 95608

Antique Appraisal Flyer Sacramento

From the local Sacramento event page:

"Cost: Payment required - Standard tickets are $45/person and include appraisals for up to two items, and one drink ticket. VIP tickets are $100/person and include priority appraisals from 10-10:30 am with up to 4 appraisals and two drink tickets. Extra appraisals can be purchased for $15 each. Tickets can be purchased online at; or in person at the Carmichael Park district office. Raffle tickets are available at $10 each, 3 for $25, or 6 for $50. Raffle tickets can be pre-purchased for a chance to win a grand prize including: • One Week at Oregon Coast Condo • One Week at Serene Lakes Cabin • Private Backstage Tour for six at the new Golden 1 Center • Round of Golf for four at Northridge Country Club, Ancil Hoffman, and Hagan Oaks Ticket / Info Phone: 916-485-5322

The non-profit Carmichael Parks Foundation will hold its 2nd Annual 2017 fundraiser at the La Sierra Community Center on April 23, 2017. This year's fun and exciting event will feature:

*Antique appraisals with a variety of specialties

*A wine and beer bar, and

*A brunch provided by a premier local caterer.

How will the proceeds be used?

Youth Scholarships: “No Child Gets Turned Away" : Each year our park District must turn away dozens of youth whose families are not able to cover registration fees. Park District scholarships will cover up to 50% of the costs of child participation in recreation programs.

Our youth programs include dance and gymnastics, tennis, soccer, basketball, volleyball, flag football and a wide range of activities for summer day camps etc. The Park District also provides reading enrichment programs, after school day care and youth Spanish classes.

In some of our elementary schools, because of the low family income, more than eighty percent of the children are provided free or reduced price meals. About 19% of the Carmichael population are eighteen or under and many with high needs.

Almost forty percent of the households, whose head of the household is under 34, have an income of less than $35,000.

About 47% of the housing units in Carmichael are rental units which provides special challenges for our Park District.

Park Beautification and Renovation: with the county efforts to improve the intersection of Fair Oaks and Grant, we believe we can focus funds that will compliment the county efforts"

We need to expand our beautification/renovation commitments to make Carmichael Park a more attractive, safer and welcoming community center"


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