North County Business Records, September 19
Raising Cane changes the opening date
Raising Cane’s has postponed its official opening date to 8 am Tuesday at 1280 W. Valley Parkway (the former Coco site). This is the second establishment that the Chicken-Fingers chain has opened in North County this year; a San Marcos restaurant opened in July. Visit elevercannes.com.
Networking from the room to the local winery
Moody Creek Farms is the site of the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce’s “Wine Down Wednesday” networking event, 4:30 pm-7:30pm on September 29th. Pizza will be available for purchase (cash only). Moody Creek Farms is at 1534 Sleeping Indian Road. Contact Jackie Toppin at [email protected]
New administrators to the chamber
The North San Diego Business Chamber’s new board of directors for 2021-2022 recently began its new term. Stacey Hrountas, CEO of Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Centers, will be the chair of the board. Seven other new officers began three-year terms. They are Eric Cutler, Data Director, TOOTRiS; Alicia Gwynn, President, Tony and Alicia Gwynn Foundation; Sarah Hassaine, Global Director of Diversity, ResMed; Jamie Lemon, General Manager, Rancho Bernardo Inn; Joseph S. Leventhal, Office Managing Partner, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP; David Shields, President, Component Surfaces; Evan Wahl, Director, Project Management and Site Strategy, Catalent. The two new members of the advisory board are Mike Fasulo, ret. President, Sony; and Michael Vu, assistant administrative director, San Diego County.
Virtual walk to raise funds for military families
Studio SWEAT onDemand, a San Diego-based streaming fitness service, is hosting a 24-hour live spinning event called “The Hero Ride” to raise funds for military families. The company has partnered with the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors, an organization that provides support to families grieving the deaths of military relatives. The Hero Ride will take place from Saturday noon to September 26 at noon, and will feature SSoD instructors riding bikes alongside a full class of runners (COVID safety protocols will be followed throughout the event). Runners are encouraged to confirm attendance on the Facebook event page at https://bit.ly/2XssoTf. For more details or to donate, visit https://www.gofundme.com/f/sweat-gives-back-2021.
Humane Society has vacancies
The nonprofit San Diego Humane Society recruits in a variety of fields including animal care, veterinary care, humane law enforcement, philanthropy, volunteer engagement, and communications. Positions eligible for a signing bonus of up to $ 1,000 are listed on sdhumane.org/careers.
Goodwill San Diego hosts hiring Tuesdays
Goodwill San Diego hosts Hiring Tuesday events from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, where people can be interviewed in person at Goodwill County stores, including Encinitas, Rancho Bernardo, and Vista. Candidates should apply online at sdgoodwill.org prior to the event and bring a printed copy of the application to the interview. Goodwill uses income from the sale of donated goods in its retail stores, sales centers and online on shopgoodwill.com to fund skills training programs, employment services and community resources. Visit sdgoodwill.org.
Credit union gets honor
The San Diego County Credit Union recently received a 2021 state-level Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award as part of the Credit Union National Association Awards for its 2020 Stuff the Bus campaign. The campaign, in partnership with the San Diego County Office of Education, is collecting school supplies for homeless students in the county. The first place at the state level will advance the SDCCU to national competition later this year. The Dora Maxwell Social Responsibility Community Service Award is presented to credit unions that demonstrate outstanding social responsibility projects within the community. Maxwell was one of the early pioneers of credit unions who worked as an organizer for the movement’s trade association and held many volunteer positions at the local and national levels. Visit www.sdccu.com.
City, room hosting the job fair
The City of Oceanside, in partnership with the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce and Visit Oceanside, will host a job fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Civic Center Plaza, 300 N. Coast Highway. The career fair will feature more than two dozen Oceanside employers, including Genentech, Hydranautics and Steico Industries, Oceanside Police and Fire Departments, the Mission Pacific Hotel, the Seabird Resort and the ‘Oceanside Unified School District. The event will also contain information about the MiraCosta College Technical Career Institute and other resources. Registration is not required; however, it is encouraged so that employers can follow up. Job seekers can register online at osidebiz.com. This is an outdoor event with COVID-19 security protocols in place. Contact Director of Economic Development Michelle Geller at (760) 435-3351. Register on https://bit.ly/3tKjc8j.
Chamber mixer includes demonstrations, drawings
The Poway Chamber of Commerce holds its September mix at 5 p.m. Thursday at Halcyon Real Estate Services, 14282 Danielson St. This event now features health and wellness providers and demonstrations. Raffle prizes, a $ 600 jackpot sponsored by DeMar Wholesale Flooring, networking and socializing, food and drink, and more. Free for members who RSVP; non-members or potential members receive free entry; $ 25 thereafter. RSVP to https://bit.ly/3Ahj4j9.
The room hosts a host of pizzeria lunches
The Vista Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Lunch Mob Live! at noon on Wednesdays at Best Pizza & Brew, 230 S. Santa Fe Ave. Bring guests, build your network of business contacts and renew your friendships at the same time in this relaxed yet professional environment. Lunch without a host. Please RSVP to https://bit.ly/3nHBeY9. Send an email to [email protected]
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