McNemar Cosmetic Surgery:
Thomas McNemar, MD, FACS
2160 West Grant Line Road #250
Tracy, CA 95377
Phone: (209) 834-0626
Monday–Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Giving Back to Community
People visit Dr. McNemar for plastic surgery from Pleasanton, Livermore, and surrounding California communities to improve their appearance and often their quality of life. Dr. McNemar helps improve lives in the local community in many other ways, including:
- Enriching the lives of children in Tracy through his support of the city’s annual Festival of Trees fundraising event.
- Assisting the fight against breast cancer by sponsoring the Run for the Ribbon event as part of the Women’s Health Fair and he performing breast reconstruction for cancer survivors.
- Supporting the Tassajara Hills Foundation for elementary education.
Events & Organizations Supported
Tracy, CA – The Portuguese Hall Tracy Ballroom will be transformed into a winter wonderland full of elaborately designer-decorated Christmas trees and wreaths, and lights, all set to kick-off the holiday season. All proceeds of the event help to improve the lives of Tracy’s children. In addition to funding the CPR for Kids program, the Foundation is tackling one of the most serious issues facing children today – obesity. This year, Festival funds were used to launch Project Fit America and Coordinated Approach to Child Health (CATCH), two national programs that teach children about health and fitness.
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Run for the Ribbon and Women’s Health Fair Bigger and Better than Ever! Breast cancer fundraiser adds half marathon to choice of events September 30
TRACY, CA – Walk, run or just come have fun at the seventh annual Run for the Ribbon & Women’s Health Fair, Saturday, September 30. The excitement starts with a new USATF-certified half marathon, followed by a USATF-certified 10K run and 5K run/walk. Sign up the entire family for the two-mile Pamela Shenk Memorial Walk or let the little ones go wild at the free 50-yard dash for children under 12.
The morning includes live entertainment, a pre-race aerobics warm up, prizes and awards for overall and age division winners. Registered participants receive a free pancake breakfast courtesy of the Tracy Fire Department and race t-shirt.
Proceeds from this year’s event benefit the Cancer Support Services Center of Tracy now located inside Healthy Connections, Sutter Tracy’s one-stop health information and resource center. The center offers a wide range of support services – including a Cancer Information Library and cancer support group – for people diagnosed with cancer, their family members, friends and caregivers.
“The people in the support group are so courageous and have helped me tremendously,” says breast cancer survivor Gayle Allen. “People shouldn’t hesitate to take advantage of the group and the center’s other services. No one should have to go through this alone.”
Whether or not you race, don’t miss the fourth annual Women’s Health Fair. Visit more than 40 booths featuring women’s health and wellness information, cancer resources, local fitness and beauty experts, and more. Take part in free health screenings and schedule an appointment for a mammogram. Talk with Sutter Tracy health professionals and representatives from the American Cancer Society and other organizations. Admission to the fair is free so bring the whole family!
Register online for the Run for the Ribbon by September 27 at www.pelicanraces.com. You can also visit www.suttertracy.org or call 209-833-2446 for an entry form. Day of event registration starts at 7 a.m. at the West Valley Mall’s front parking lot. The half marathon and pre-aerobic warm up begin at 8:00 a.m., 5K/10K run at 8:30 a.m., two-mile Pamela Shenk Memorial Walk at 8:45 a.m, and free Kid’s 50-Yard Dash at 10 a.m. The Women’s Health Fair runs from 8:00 a.m. to noon and the pancake breakfast from 8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
For more information about the Cancer Support Services Center of Tracy, please call 209-833-2338, or visit Healthy Connections at 35 E. 10th Street, Suite A, 209-833-2420.
The Tracy Hospital Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to improving the health and well-being of Tracy area residents. Since its establishment in 1993, the Foundation’s philanthropic efforts and fundraising events have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the advancement of charitable, scientific, and educational activities within the Tracy community. To make a tax-deductible contribution, please visit www.suttertracy.org or call 209-832-6052.
The Tassajara Hills Foundation (THF) is a registered non-profit organization 501(c)(3). 100% of funds donated to Foundation are used for educational and enrichment programs, equipment, and materials to improve the quality of learning at Tassajara Hills Elementary School.
Tassajara Hills’ outstanding academic environment is a direct result of the combined efforts of dedicated parents and teachers. Generous parent donations provide funding for our paraeducators, librarian, science teacher, reading and math intervention specialists, technology specialists, music teacher, health clerk, art specialist and school copier. Parent donations are the major source of funding for these programs. The suggested donation for the 2006-07 school year is $395 per student, but additional donations will be put to good use! Each and every child directly benefits from THF services.
Specific Services Provided by the Foundation
- Paraeducators in every classroom (8 hours per week in 4 th & 5 th grades, 5 hours in K-3 rd), primarily to provide more individualized assistance o students
- Additional library media coordinator tie (15 hours per week)
- Technology specialist time (2 individuals – total of 72 hours per week)
- Additional music teacher time (1 1⁄2 days per week)
- Additional science teacher time (1 day per week)
- Additional reading/math intervention (2 individuals – 4 1⁄2 days per week)
- Art specialist instruction (3 times per year per classroom)
- Health clerk in the office during lunchtime (5 hours per week)
- Contribution towards our copier contract for producing classroom materials.