Carmel Valley lies east of I-5 and Del Mar on the northern edge of the City of San Diego. The earliest settlers were California Indians who left artifacts and metates along the Carmel Creek bed. A Spanish soldier named the area Cordero; early American settlers named other areas such as McGonigle Canyon after themselves.
The Butterfield stage and pony express system ran along what is now El Camino Real. In 1905, a group of Carmelite nuns built a monastery and dairy in the area changing its name again. The area was agricultural and devoted to horse farms until the mid-1970s.
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Pettie Kohn Ingrassia & Lutz
We will be collecting gently used and/or new women’s and men’s business suits and accessories to benefit Dress for Success – San Diego and San Diego Rescue Mission. Dress for Success – San Diego helps low income women acquire jobs and build their careers. Their private boutique is an encouraging environment that provides wardrobe and interview preparation services, employment retention programs, and life management consultation. Dress for Success – San Diego has served nearly 8,000 low income women since its inception. Acceptable items to donate for women are: Interview appropriate women’s attire, current style, clean, ready-to-wear skirt suits, pant suits, separate slacks, skirts, neutral blouses, gently used purses, and costume jewelry. Acceptable items to donate for men are: Current style, clean and ready-to-wear suits, dress shirts, jackets, slacks, ties, gently used dress shoes, cuff links, and watches. Also needed, are boxers or boxer briefs (new) in all sizes S-L, dress socks (new), and undershirts (new, sizes M & L). Additional location : Law Office of Chris Macaraeg – (619) 235-2525
424 F Street, Suite C, San Diego, CA 92101
Fish and Richardson Campus
Two patent law attorneys, an inventor and entrepreneur will discuss women and innovation. Speakers will be William Hunter, principal at Fish & Richardson PC; Kim Leung, associate at Fish & Richardson, PC; and Jane Meyer, founder and CEO at Tru-Hair LLC.
Women in Technology International is the leading Global Trade Association for professional women.