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Attend benefits SERVING SENIORS: PHOTO BY MELISSA JACOBS NATIONAL CHEERS FOUNDATION: PHOTO BY AVALON RICHARDS Sunshine Gala SEPTEMBER 24 | MARRIOTT MARQUIS SAN DIEGO MARINA You don't have remember the '70s to shake it up at this year's Serving Seniors Sunshine Gala. Dust off your tie-dye and bell bottoms for a live outdoor concert by The Fab Four, the Emmy award-winning Beatles tribute band. Enjoy a cocktail reception, dinner under the stars, and a groovy auction full of surprises to benefit life-changing care for seniors in need. Longtime Serving Seniors supporters Barbara Brown and Carole Sachs are serving as honorary chairs. Major event sponsors include Sempra, the James Silberrad Brown Foundation, Qualcomm, and the Shiley Foundation. Two in five older adults in San Diego County cannot afford basic rent, food, transportation, or healthcare. Through community support including this year's Sunshine Gala, Serving Seniors can help meet these needs. servingseniors.org/sunshine Cheers To Ten Years After SEPTEMBER 24 | PRIVATE LOCATION Reflecting upon a decade of funding women's health initiatives, the National CHEERS Foundation is expanding its mission and unveiling a new direction for the next decade. The evening's festivities will include amazing bites prepared by Continental Catering, a hosted premium bar, art and live auctions, and a video DJ with a 1970s music festival experience. Honorary chairs are Jackie Helm and Leah Higgins. The National CHEERS Foundation was established in 2012 by a group of caring professionals and community leaders in La Jolla. Through its annual gala and "joie de vivre" grant program, the foundation raises funds to support medical research and health institutions, health advocacy groups, and outreach programs, and has developed a resource and educational program that offers women the ability to empower themselves. nationalcheersfoundation.org Champions of Scouting Celebration SEPTEMBER 24 | USS MIDWAY The San Diego-Imperial Council, Boy Scouts of America (SDIC) will pay tribute to civic leader Jerry Sanders at its annual Champions of Scouting Celebration. For more than five decades, Sanders has stepped up to make San Diego a better place for everyone as the city's chief of police, mayor, and leader of several local organizations, including the United Way and, most recently, the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce. "Jerry Sanders has done as much for San Diego as anyone," says Sean Roy, SDIC Director. "From making San Diego safer, to building stronger families and communities, to mentoring the next generation of leaders, to expanding opportunities for business, Jerry has made a profound impact on our entire region." The annual SDIC Champions of Scouting event honors San Diego community leaders who recognize and support the positive impacts resulting from its youth leadership and community service programs. 2022cos.givesmart.com Jerry Sanders Leah Higgins and Jackie Helm Katherine Brown, Molly Cartmill, Barbara Brown, and John Cartmill @ranchandcoast ranchandcoast.com 42 SEPTEMBER 2022 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE

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