The Bakersfield Country Club was brimming with smiling faces and passionate people at the Annual Luncheon Celebration for the Women’s and Girl’s Fund. As part of the Kern Community Foundation, supporters gathered to mingle, munch, award grants, and recognize philanthropic women in our community.
With the impressive advancements in technology, the masses have been shouting, “The future is now!”
In Bakersfield we are no exception, and the best part is that we aren’t limited to high-tech phones and tablets. We have the latest in technology where it matters the most: in the offices of our local medical professionals.
The Mark has been a prime downtown location for an elegant time out from the moment it opened its doors. True gourmet creations and signature cocktails served within a perfectly set atmosphere are all to be had with any given visit. After all, this is a place where they are known to set the bar higher in all that they do.
“Finances are an extremely important part of life,” said Andrew Paulden, managing partner of Brown Armstrong Certified Public Accountants. “Solving clients’ problems and watching them succeed financially based on our advice is very rewarding.”
Supporters of California Living Museum mixed and mingled with the zoo’s residents as CALM once again hosted its popular Beastly Ball fundraising event. Guests were free to wander the zoo in the evening, when many of the animals are more active, and enjoy drinks, live music, and up close and personal encounters with some of the zoo’s friendlier residents.
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