Assemblyman Scott Wilk honored California Bakery & Cafe on Friday as the 38th Assembly District Small Business of the Month.
“Many residents know California Bakery & Café for their delicious pastries offered 24 hours a day,” said Wilk, R-Santa Clarita. “But what is most remarkable is their enthusiasm to give back to our community. Whether it is donating to local schools, nonprofits, or providing food for the Sand Fire emergency crews, their generosity has had a profound impact all over the community.”
Owned by Agustin Prieto, California Bakery & Café has been operating in Santa Clarita for over 14 years and routinely donates to local elementary and high schools, as well as to local nonprofits. The California Bakery & Café touches many parts of the community and is open 24 hours a day.
“We appreciate the office of Assemblyman Wilk recognizing that we are involved in the community,” Agustin stated. “The number one thing I try to do is invest in our youth because they are our future, it’s important we get them involved.”
The Small Business of the Month program highlights and recognizes local small businesses that hire locally, give back to local non-profits, and promote growth and investment in the community.
The 38th Assembly District encompasses Simi Valley, the northwestern section of the San Fernando Valley and most of the Santa Clarita Valley.
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