Because of our unique role in shepherding families through the process of grief, we know that we are more than just a business; we are a key part of the local community, and that’s a role we take seriously. We are honored to serve our neighbors during seasons of mourning and loss, and to provide comfort through uncertain times.
Since this community has been so supportive of us over the years, we believe strongly in giving back, remaining visible, and doing our part to promote the community’s wellbeing. We encourage our employees to volunteer their time in ways that serve their neighbors, and we delight in working closely with local caregivers, veterans, first responders, clergy, hospices, and charities. In short, we empower our employees to make a positive difference in the local community.
Giving back is part of what we do, and community involvement is intrinsic to our business model. We are grateful for every opportunity we have to serve our neighbors in this unique and special place.
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According to the Chinese lunar calendar, this day falls on the ninth day of the ninth month. This is around early to mid-October in the western Gregorian calendar. It is a similar memorial day to Ching Ming and is commemorated in Hong Kong, China and Taiwan. On Chung Yeung, families climb the hills to visit the graves of their ancestors. It has been a tradition for over 2000 years and came into being because a king, on the advice of a wise man, took his family into the mountains to visit his ancestors’ graves. Because he was away from his village, the king’s family survived a mass slaughter of all in his village. Other legends also exist about the origin of Chung Yeung. Today, it is a day of memorial. It is also a day of outings, family gatherings and picnics. Unfortunately, due to the large number of people going to visit graves, to offer burnt offerings and to have picnics, there is a higher incidence of hill fires getting out of control, even now when there are additional fireproof bins for hot ashes. Please be careful.
Come celebrate our first Dia de los Muertos with us this year! There will be lots of family friendly activities, an altar for decorating, a blessing, food vendors, a car show and more! Mark your calendars to be here from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Join us along with Boy Scouts from various East Bay Scout Troops at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, November 11th, 2017 for a flag raising and wreath ceremony in honor of all Veterans, living and deceased, who serve our country with honor and patriotic commitment. We hope to see you here.
You, your friends and family, are invited to honor your dearly departed by placing an ornament in their memory on our Christmas/Holiday tree during our annual Memorial Tree Celebration on Saturday, December 9, 2017. We will provide clear plastic bulbs in which you can place notes, photographs, or other small memorabilia. Light refreshments will be served. We sincerely hope to see you here! RSVP: No later than Tuesday, December 5, 12:00 noon. By Phone: (510) 223-6161 By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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