Daily List: 3 Ways You’re Lowering Your Home’s Resale Value
Although home prices are on the rise, don’t think you’re going to walk away with a big fat check after doing nothing to make your home more appealing to buyers – in fact, you could be losing money!
On the Daily List this morning, Marianne has three things you might be doing to lower your home’s resale value!
Ovarian Cancer Benefit
You have the chance to paint something beautiful and help out a great cause. Ms. California is hosting this event after her grandma passed away from ovarian cancer. Cambi’s grammy also had ovarian cancer but luckily survived. Unlike other cancers, there is no diagnostic test, so often times people find out when the cancer has progressed too much.
Ovarian Cancer Fundraiser
Fri, December 2 6-8 pm
The Glue Factory
244 Vernon Street
Inspired by the colorful characters of the hit DreamWorks Animation film Trolls, Yogurtland, the ever-popular self-serve frozen yogurt pioneer, is featuring 10 colorful flavors, a new fun topping and collectible spoons, available now through December 21st!!
Trolls Inspired Frozen Yogurt
Flavors Available Thru Dec. 21
Gifts for Guys
We did a segment on the weekends about hair toppers. They are like toupees for women. We got so many emails from women shocked that there was something for their thinning hair, we wanted to come back in case some of our weekday gals missed seeing it. We will demonstrate how easy they are to use and why this brings some women to tears.
Jacquelyn’s Salon of Elk Grove,
2475 Elk Grove Blvd.
Crocker Art Ark
The Crocker Art Museum’s “Art Ark” is an incredible mobile classroom that visits schools in our area and is one of the local art programs supported by funds raised at the Annual Crocker Ball, which is coming up this Saturday Dec. 3.
55th annual Crocker Ball
216 O Street
A DCHS student, Tristen, was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma. During his treatment, he was supported by KRM’s Family Navigator program, but ultimately passed away at 15 years old in 2009. About a year after his passing, another student, Adriana, who was very close to Tristen, began a partnership with KRM. For the past 6 years, Del Campo students and their professor, Jay Lottes, have donated hundreds of wrapped presents to KRM’s annual Holly Jolly holiday party (held Wednesday, December 7th) to the children battling cancer and their families.
Keaton Raphael Memorial (Pediatric Cancer Non-profit)
Dishin’ With Tina
Eric’s Home Plate
886 Lincoln Way