On February 19th, non-profit agency, The Effort, will hold grand opening ceremonies at their new Rancho Cordova Community Health Center, (10423 Old Placerville Road), which houses a primary care medical clinic for all ages and state-of-the-art children’s dental clinic.
The celebration also heralds the announcement of the change from their longstanding name, “The Effort” to the on-site unveiling of a new name and logo that better reflects the agency’s mission and the scope of services they provide.
Presidents Day can be so much more than a welcome break from our regular work days.
If we are to reflect on the contributions of the most honored American Presidents, Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, then instead treat this as a day of service rather than a day off.
During some of the most trying times in United States history, Presidents Washington and Lincoln did what was right, even when it was difficult. President Washington led the country through the Revolutionary War, held the country together as the fledgling democracy sought to establish itself in the world, and then peacefully transferred power after two terms in office.
Rancho Cordova- Assemblyman Ken Cooley (D-Rancho Cordova) was named by Speaker John A. Pérez (D-Los Angeles) today as the Chair of the Select Committee on Community and Neighborhood Development.
“Strengthening and sustaining community quality of life for residents and to fortify local job creation efforts is critical to every California community” said Assemblyman Cooley. “It sets the stage for communities to continually renew themselves and afford job opportunities to the people who grow up there and their families.”