Saturday, June 12

Always Something To Celebrate – Times-Herald

Leadership Vallejo participated in a recent community cleanup. (Courtesy photo)
U.S. Bloom recently donated $1,000 to the American Legion. Participating, from left, Nestor Aliga, Warlito Moises, Sativa Gonzales of U.S. Bloom, Arles DeMayo, and U.S. Bloom owner Scott Foster. (Richard Freedman–Times-Herald)
7 Flags Car Wash partnered with the Komen Foundation and raised more than $6,000 for breast cancer awareness. (Courtesy photo)


7 Flags Car Wash and the Susan G. Komen foundation teamed up again for the month of October to help raise awareness about checking for breast cancer as well as to raise money to find a cure. The Susan G. Komen foundation donated pink neck gaiters, and literature about how to prevent breast cancer.  The 7 Flags team promoted awareness by having all staff wear pink shirts, bracelets and breast cancer buttons.

7 Flags Car Wash donated $1 for every full-service car wash and $1 for every Fast Pass sold for the month of October and also accepted donations from their loyal customers. 7 Flags Car Wash was able to raise $6,247 to donate to the Susan G. Komen foundation to help find a cure for this month. 7 Flags has raised $51,849 over the past 7 years and is looking forward to continuing its partnership with the Susan G. Komen foundation.

President of 7 Flags Jason Anthony said: “This is a special event for the 7 Flags family. It is amazing to see the employees get behind such an incredible cause. We hope this partnership can continue for the foreseeable future.”

Breast cancer has affected us all in one form or another. Whether it’s a family member, coworker, friend, or even yourself personally, it has touched all of our lives. One out of every eight women is diagnosed with breast cancer, early detection is the key to survival. With the help from fundraisers, volunteers, sponsors, small businesses, scientists and physicians we can end breast cancer forever.

For more information about 7 Flags Car Wash please visit


Solano County Library launched Brainfuse JobNow/VetNow. This online service supports job seekers, veterans, and their families with all stages of job searching, employment transition assistance, navigating the VA bureaucracy, preparing for standardized tests, and building marketable academic skills. To access JobNow/VetNow, visit

JobNow/VetNow includes the following features:

VetNow Navigators are trained to help veterans and families connect with valuable benefits and resources:  Answer questions related to benefits eligibility; Refer patrons to applicable community resources for housing, healthcare, and education benefits; Assist patrons with locating accredited claims agents.

For more information visit or call 1-866-57-ASKUS (1-866-572-7587)




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