Devine and our employees strongly believe in giving back to the communities we serve. Recently, we sponsored two events. The River Run which benefited the Collings Teen Center in West Sacramento and the Mustard Seed Spin which benefited the Mustard Seed School for homeless children.

Thanks for your showing your support of these worthy charities folks. You make Devine proud!

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Devine Bikers

Mustard Seed Spin: Melissa Bruns pictured middle

Devine Runners

River Run L–>R: Amber Burnett, Lynn Lisotto, Judy Romero, Carol Clouse, Linda Barnes and families

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