The Corona Family Health Fair was a success! Drain Town Rooter was honored to be a part of this event. Big shout out to our partner Adrianna Showalter @SupportSisterz and Melanie Lewis @thepinkjourneyfoundation for setting up the event! The fair provided 40-50 women screenings for breast cancer detection. And also provided for everyone in attendance dental cleanings, eye exams, and many other health-related services!
For more info. Visit www.supportsisterz.org – click on events – Health Fair
Visit www.thepinkjourneyfoundation.org for more information on Breast Cancer.
It was a pleasure to be able to provide lunch for the whole school at the Speech and Language Development Center. @sldc8699 Passing out pizza to every student in attendance! Drain Town Rooter loves to show support for its local community and families by being able to do a charitable act of kindness.
Drain Town Rooter was honored to get a call from the homeowners association at Spyglass Hill. As one of Orange County’s highly sought after communities, the team at Drain Town Rooter looks forward to a long-lasting relationship providing services to the community and its residences.
Drain Town Rooter’s CEO Adam Owens was proud to join The Pink Journey Foundation and The Support Sisters recently to discuss a combined effort to bring education, information, and free mammogram screening to underprivileged communities in order to help with early cancer detection, and possibly save lives.
The Pink Journey Foundation wants to provide breast cancer education to EVERY woman, help reduce risk, lead to early detection, and save lives. The Support Sisters is a community focussed nonprofit comprised of breast cancer survivors with a passion to financially and emotionally empower women.
What an amazing time with our friends supporting @sldc8699. The Speech and Language Development Center provides education and therapy to children and adults with special needs in an environment that nurtures growth, inspires achievement, and maximizes their potential.
About SLDC: Founded in 1955, by two speech therapists, Dr. Aleen Agranowitz and Gladys Gleason. The Founders were visionaries who saw a lack of services for individuals with special needs. They answered this need by opening the door of their homes to children in their community. Over 65 years later, their vision and mission is carried on by the dedicated staff and teachers.
Drain Town Rooter showing support to Concordia Elementary School in San Clemente and the Splash Foundation. Drain Town Rooters owners live and have children that grew up in San Clemente and the Orange County area. Orange County has been our home for the past 16 years, and we are dedicated to preserving the high quality of life in Orange County. Drain Town Rooter would like to give our appreciation to the teachers and staff of the Orange County schools for raising and teaching future generations and for all the hard work that is involved. @splashfoundation @Concordia_elem