Love might be on the back burner for now, but this year’s Sizzlin’ Singles are All Fired Up for sharing their time with local charitable organizations. They can manage the flames of life on their own just fine all while heating up in their careers and spicing up their lives with community involvement. We’re not just blowing smoke, you’ll see that all our singles are “well done”.
Alex Joya is focused on two things: providing an optimal experience for his guests and staff while they’re in his care and improving upon a legacy. “In 1992, my mom decided to open up a restaurant, La Costa Mariscos, and I was a part of it just a few weeks after it opened,” he began. As the successful business flourished, so did his role, and he now oversees everyday operations as the general manager.
“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.”
Jeff Balaschak, owner of Artisan of Wood, has been creating unique wood pieces for as long as he can remember. “I’ve been a hobbyist all my life, even as a kid, and it probably started as carving in Boy Scouts, in Cub Scouts, and even just working with my dad on projects around the house.”
From the young age of four, Dr. Shane Reno has been immersed in the world of veterinary care. “My father, Dr. Lynn Reno, purchased the Mt. Vernon Veterinary Hospital clinic in 1968, and I basically grew up in the building. We always had animals and being a veterinarian was always something that I knew I wanted to do.”
Can you pick out the false statement? Only women are diagnosed with breast cancer. Women are the only ones who deal with the effects of breast cancer. Real men hate pink.