All American Rib Cookoff – Auburn CA

All American Rib Cookoff Auburn CA

Grab your friends and family and come on out to the beautiful Recreation Park in Auburn to enjoy some delicious food, great music, craft beer, a cool kids zone, a ton of craft and commercial vendors and help our local youth. The All American Rib Cook Off is a fun way to support Auburn Recreation District Youth Assistance Program, Crime Victims United, and Placer High School Football. Your purchase is tax deductible. Tax ID #75-3030071



Sat, October 7, 2017
11:00 AM – 4:00 PM PDT


Recreation Park
123 Recreation Drive
Auburn, CA 95603

The Auburn Mentoring Project

Auburn Mentoring Project

The Auburn Mentoring Project presents Speed Mentoring. It’s like Speed Dating, but you are looking for a match with a mentor! We have a team of 15 mentors who will talk to each attendee and answer their questions. They will also give advice on solving problems. If you have an idea for a business, please let AMP help you get it started.

This free event will be August 6, Pioneer Methodist Church, 1338 Lincoln Way, 5 – 5:30pm – Networking and promoting your business, 5:30 -7:30pm, Speed Mentoring. Spend 5 minutes with each mentor as you rotate to each mentor’s station. RSVP today 530-889-2066. Attendance limited to 15.

Our team is:
Neil Bartlett, Website Design, Social Media and Video Marketing
Claire Buckley, Business Plans & Start Ups
Marshall Goins, Networking & Sales
Robert Green, Budgets and Operations
Bob Guis, Maintaining a well run business
Richard Hall, Attorney
Glenn Hammer, SCORE
?Tyra Jarvis, Life Coach
Michael Oakes, Marketing
Bill Radakovitz, Sales
Kathleen Shaffer, Starting a business
Susan Teixeira, Real Estate
Ken Tokutomi, CPA
Lori Twardus, Union Bank, small business development
Julio Valenzuela, Union Bank, small business development

National Veterans Awareness Ride | May 13 2015

National Awareness ride 2015 - Auburn CA

The primary event for NVAO each year is a 10 day motorcycle journey across the United States. Each day of travel involves stops at veteran hospitals and veteran homes to visit, spend time, and thank our veterans for their service and sacrifice. A typical day will also include a stop at a memorial or cemetery for a time of remembrance or a visit to a school to teach the next generation of the price of freedom. Of course, any opportunity anywhere along the route is also taken to “Thank a Vet.”

Official website:

The Ride:
Wednesday, May 13, 2015

6:45am Depart motel for breakfast
7:00am –7:30am Breakfast at Auburn Veterans Hall, 100 East St.

7:30am – 8:00am Riders Meeting and Send-off

8:00am Depart Auburn Veterans Hall
8:15am Drive Thru Bowman School Parking Lot
10:15am ETA Exit 4 Gas Stop at Boomtown, NV
10:30am ETD @ 110 miles
10:40am ETA Exit 14, VAMC Reno, NV. Visit Vets and eat lunch
12:10pm ETD 1000 Locust St., Reno, NV 89520
12:45pm ETA Exit 48, Northern NV Veterans Cemetery
1:10pm ETD Wreath Laying Ceremony @ 38 miles
2:20pm ETA Exit 106 gas stop at Lovelock, NV
2:45pm ETD @ 60 miles
4:55pm ETA Exit 229 gas stop at Battle Mountain, NV
5:20pm ETD @127 miles
6:00pm Meet 1st escort at Carlin, NV
6:20pm Meet 2nd escort at Hunter Exit #292
6:30pm ETA 3rd Escort at Elko, NV off ramp @74 miles
Dinner Provided by the VFW Post 2350
Hotel: Gold Country Inn
2050 Idaho Street, Elko, NV 89801
800-621-1332 Ask for NVAR rate $69.00