#Network4Cause Monthly Mixers! November Benefits @CDMigrante #CienCenas2013

I’m happy to introduce the new Sacramento monthly mixer series #Network4Cause, hosted by Eric Ratinoff, Attorney and Partner at Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff.

November 12, 2013 will kick-off our first event, benefiting Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc. (Center for Migrant Rights). Together, with Chicas Latinas de Sacramento, we’ll host a Cien Cenas (100 Dinners) at Mayahuel in midtown Sacramento. The #CienCenas2013 Dia de los Muertos campaign seeks we can raise awareness about migrant workers, honor the lives of the men and women who have died while working in the United States and help CDM continue the fight so that other workers do not face the same fate.

Registration is free, but very limited:

 https://network4cause-ciencenas.eventbrite.com/

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Tweet using the hashtag #CienCenas2013 / #Network4Cause! We’ll be there: @CDMigrante @EricRatinoff @AngelaRunsAmuck @ChicasLatinas

And that’s not even the good news… 

The good news: if you’re not able to make this month’s event, there will be one next month! Because this is a free event, registration fills up fast, but there will always be another opportunity to mix and mingle for a cause, and with Sacramento’s top movers and shakers. Even better news: this is a monthly (reoccurring) event that will benefit a different organization / cause, each month!  Does your nonprofit organization want to be a featured fundraiser? Contact me: @AngelaRunsAmuck / Facebook.com/ProAngelaRosas / arosas@kcrlegal.com

Mark your calendars for 12/3/2013 and 1/9/2013, see you soon!

Want more Dia de los Muertos activities and events in Sacramento? Check out: Dia de los Muertos in Sacramento, Celebrate Tradition with Chicas Latinas

Hispanic, Latino & Mexican, Women, Gala & Volunteer Stuff… staying busy in Sacramento!

The title speaks for itself, right? This is what I’ve been doing: Hispanic, Latino & Mexican Stuff, Women Stuff, Gala Stuff & Volunteer Stuff… basically, staying busy in Sacramento thanks to Chicas Latinas de Sacramento and my work with Kershaw, Cutter & Ratinoff.

Hispanic Heritage Month started and then my calendar exploded with these gems, and more!

I celebrated Dia de la independencia at the state capitol, “El Grito”:

Met Dolores Huerta at the Chicana Latina Foundation Scholarship & Awards Dinner Gala Event:

Hung out with SacLatino.com at Capitol Region Women’s Conference:

Volunteered with Chicas Latinas de Sacramento, helping rebuild home at Rebuilding Together Sacramento:

Attended the Mexican Cultural Center of Northern California Dinner & Gala in Sacramento with Eric Ratinoff team member Taryn, and our special guests from Festival de la Familia, Casa de Espanol, and more! Our table was sponsored by Eric Ratinoff from Kershaw, Cutter, & Ratinoff.  I’m very appreciative for his contribution and the opportunity to attend this great event.

#Mexican Cultural Center of Northern #California Dinner & Gala in #Sacramento #IMBA #folklorico #dancers

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Attended Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s Latin Music & Food Festival with my nephew! (I was on baby-sitting duty, but my Chicas members volunteered.)

There is much on my calendar in the days, weeks, months to come – many of which I invite you to join!

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Spanish Conversation Group: hosted by Chicas Latinas and CASA de ESPAÑOL

Join Casa de Español and local nonprofit Chicas Latinas de Sacramento, as we merge our Spanish language practice groups in an effort to strengthen our conversational Spanish and the community! Hosted every 2nd Tuesday of the month.
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Chicas Latinas de Sacramento’s Exclusive VIEWING PARTY for… 

ELLA LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE’S: LATINAS THINK BIG™ Event in Los Angeles. “Celebrating Innovative Latina Thought Leaders”

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