Published December 12, 2000
Volume 8, Number 12
PPIE Raises $60,000 at CEO Dinner
Several Hacienda executives participated as the Pleasanton Partnerships in Education Foundation raised $60,000 at its Fifth Annual CEO Dinner, held last month at the Shrine Event Center in Livermore. Hacienda's ProBusiness helped sponsor the event.
Park executives, pictured at left, waited on tables of their invited guests, who competed in rewarding their "waiters" with tips which could in turn earn them the "Most Appreciated CEO" title.
The funds raised at the event go to PPIE's Grant Making program, which supports classroom education in Pleasanton.
Hacienda was well represented at the PPIE event. Left to right are Greg Trento, ProBusiness;
Judge Ron Hyde, Alameda County Superior Court; Leslie Coonan, executive director of PPIE;
Murray Dennis, Visioneer; and Mark Keckeis, Commerce One.
Also in this issue ...
- Intel Signs Lease for West Las Positas Facility
- Hatch Mott MacDonald to Move Headquarters Here
- Business Bits
- Executive Profile — Judge Ron Hyde, Alameda County Superior Court
- HCEN Offers Health Care Training and More to 50 Hospitals and the Business Community
- Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle with Alameda County Waste Management's Stop Wa$te Program
- Community Television, the Tri-Valley's Own TV Voice, to Expand Business Programming
- PSEE Off to a Fast Start Towards Enriching Art, Music, and Science in Schools
- PPIE Raises $60,000 at CEO Dinner
- Tri-Valley HR Group Helps Members Keep Current
- Hacienda Index