November, 2020
Coming November to Kickstarter!

Our very own board member, Zach Young, is creating a comic book with his friend! Due to the pandemic and cancellation of the annual MGF golf tournament, he's donating 25% of the proceeds to The Matt Garcia Foundation, but he can't do it without you! The comic book is set to launch around November 17th on Kickstarter.
Kickstarter is a crowd-funding platform that brings creative projects to life ONLY with the help of its supporters by reaching a set goal. If the goal is not met, no funds will be raised. Zach and his friend have been working tirelessly on this project to make sure it's of the highest quality and that it makes it into your hands. With your contribution, you're able to make their dreams come true AND you're helping to keep Matt's dream alive!

Remember, 25% of all proceeds will go to the Foundation. Be sure to visit their Kickstarter website to be reminded.

You can find more info about Deep Theory Studios on their website or follow them on Instagram @deeptheorystudios.

Unique rewards are also included on different levels of contribution so don't miss out!
The Matt Garcia Foundation
Monthly Community Cleanup
November 28, 2020 @ 9:00am – 11:00am
Located 'on the green' at the corner of Jefferson & Texas Streets
Fairfield, CA 94533

To protect your health and slow the spread of the coronavirus, we will be follow the most recent guidance from the Center for Disease Control.
  • If you are sick in any way, DO NOT come out to the cleanup.
  • Maintain a social distance of at least 6 feet from everyone you encounter, even if you are wearing a mask.
  • ALWAYS wear gloves.
  • Avoid touching your face.
  • Unfortunately, you may find used gloves, masks, and other personal protective equipment (PPE) among litter. DO NOT PICK UP ANY PPE without a grabber.
The Matt Garcia Foundation will provide gloves, grabbers and buckets for collecting the trash.

For more information visit
The key to good health.
A prescription to improve your mood, reduce stress and prevent chronic illnesses. Visit Sports Medicine at Kaiser Permanente.

Staying active is key to good health. COVID-19 has interfered with some of our routines like going to the gym, playing on sports teams, and enjoying family games. As sports medicine doctors, we care for everyone from top professional athletes to those just starting out with new exercise routines. We’re aware of the challenge the pandemic presents. We also know that exercise can be the best medicine for all our patients.
"Whether our clinicians are offering physical therapy, helping you recover from an injury, or advising on a new exercise routine, it's always our priority to keep you healthy, safe, and happy," said Dr. Smita Rouillard, Associate Executive Director at The Permanente Medical Group. "Regular exercise helps you prevent injuries and improve your health."

If your exercise routine has been disrupted, this may be a good time to try something new:

  • Aim for 30 minutes of physical activity per day at least 5 days a week.
  • Use what you have - you don’t need fancy equipment. Brisk walking or taking the stairs is great exercise.
  • Take advantage of the exercise videos at ClassPass (no cost for members).

If you’re exercising outdoors, practice social distancing and wear a mask.

Competitive athletes can work on sports-specific conditioning exercises to stay fit and avoid injury. Our experts developed a Return to Sports Playbook just for you.

Staying active can help you through these tough times. And it will help keep you in shape until we can all get back to the activities we love.

Your Sports Medicine Care Teams at Kaiser Permanente.
Some Inspiring Words...
If you want others to be happy, practice compassion.

If you want to be happy, practice compassion.

- Dalai Lama
Did you know?
You can support your local small business without spending a cent?

Like or love their post – Tag friends who would enjoy their product or services – Share their post – Join their Facebook group and like the page - Tell your friends!
Everyday we learn something new. Take life as a test and shoot for a better score each day… It doesn’t have to be an “A” the next day,
but let’s hope it improves.
-Matt Garcia
P.O. Box 3301
Fairfield, CA 94533

DIRECT: 707.372.4160
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