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Aug
20

Kenny Slaught Notes Benefits Of On-Campus Support Groups

Kenny Slaught supports the Hospice of Santa Barbara as it creates a strong presence in local schools, from elementary school and up to college. Groups go to the schools and organize meetings with students who deal with traumas and need a safe space…

Aug
13

Kenny Slaught On Important Pieces Of Santa Barbara Architecture

Santa Barbara has a beautiful weather, gorgeous landscapes and a rich architecture, all of which turned it into an attractive tourist destination. The city’s architecture stems from the Spanish colonization era and is different than other American areas. Santa Barbara’s architectural roots have…

Aug
6

Kenny Slaught Proud To Serve For UCSB Foundation

On May 26, 2016, the University of California Santa Barbara awarded the Grand Challenges Explorations grant to the UCSB Foundation. Avid supporter and member Kenny Slaught celebrated the event by posting about it on his blog at KennySlaught.com. Read more: http://www.wafb.com/story/33799964/Kenny-Slaught-Congratulates-UCSB-on-Receiving-Grand-Challenges-Explorations-Grant

Jul
30

Kenny Slaught – Shares Impacts of 2012 JOBS Act

Kenny Slaught explains that the new intuitive programs and mobile apps give developers and builders access to more properties in various areas. California’s crowdfunding campaigns became popular after the 2012 Jumpstart Our Business Startup (JOBS) Act was established. The act made it legal…

Jul
23

Kenny Slaught Discusses Santa Barbara’s Role In California’s Spanish Architecture

The California style named Spanish Colonial revival was created by architect George Washington Smith almost 100 years ago. Smith quit Harvard to work in bond trading, and moved to Santa Barbara after becoming successful. Although he planned to retire, Smith continued his work…

Jul
16

Kenny Slaught On Santa Barbara’s Role In California’s Spanish Architecture

The Spanish Colonial revival movement was developed 100 years ago in California by architect George Washington Smith. He dropped out of Harvard to work in bond trading, and moved to Santa Barbara later to relax. After noticing locals loved his work, he continued…

Jul
9

Kenny Slaught On Santa Barbara Architecture Today

Architect George Washington Smith developed the Spanish Colonial revival style nearly a century ago in California. Smith dropped out of Harvard to work in business, and moved to Santa Barbara after becoming successful. Initially planning to retire, the architect changed his mind when…

Jul
2

Slaught Notes Hospice Of Santa Barbara Leading Way On PTSD

“The professionals at Hospice of Santa Barbara strive to provide the highest level of service to clients by offering effective, cutting-edge therapies,” Kenny Slaught writes, recognizing the work of the organization. “Dealing with grief and loss is extremely difficult, but a new therapy…

Jun
25

Kenny Slaught Notes Santa Barbara Bowl Supports Girls Rock Program

In 2015, the Girls Rock Santa Barbara was sponsored by the Santa Barbara Bowl Foundation. Kenny Slaught knows that music boosts girl’s self confidence, who get empowered while attending the organization’s programs. The teens attend workshops, perform live, and receive music classes. They…

Jun
18

Santa Barbara And The Growth Of Non-Profit Companies – Kenny Slaught

Santa Barbara’s civic leaders and local business owners show a strong commitment to various charities. This makes a third main reason for its community to be so close, says Kenny Slaught. The city’s numerous nonprofits keep the tradition that started in 1928, when…