SBC LULAC writes that the threat posed by the coronavirus is exacerbated for the farmworker community.
Among the honorees is Riana Gutierrez, born in Hollister and 2016 graduate of San Benito High School. She is currently in college where she hopes to receive a degree in Nursing and Chicano(a) Studies.
Local veterans will receive a free breakfast and honorees will be presented with recognitions from Congressman Jimmy Panetta and others.
$10,000 awarded to help SBHS and San Andreas students graduate on time and be prepared for college.
Local organization to recognize notable women who have persisted to provide leadership and service to the community.
State law requires elected officials to receive training on public service ethics laws and principles every two years.
Free health screenings, vision checks, snacks, music, prizes and much more!
The annual Women in Action reception is scheduled for Saturday, August 25 at Paine's Restaurant in Hollister. Tickets can be purchased online, as none will be sold at the door.
His platform includes leading the young adult membership by embracing new opportunities to organize students throughout the country in efforts to increase civic engagement.
Community Celebrates the Accomplishments of LULAC
30 Years of Advocacy and Commitment
LULAC provides a one-stop health event for the entire family
LULAC addresses community concerns
Recipients are selected based on their accomplishments and their meaningful voluntary contributions
$20,000 awarded to San Benito LULAC to assist local students pursue a higher education
Owners speak of losses and moving forward.
382 people have tested positive since February, 71 are active patients, 309 have recovered; state orders specific indoor business sectors to close effective immediately.
Affected SBC indoor business sectors include gyms and fitness centers, places of worship, non-critical offices, and personal care services.
Mike and Frank O'Connell of Ranchers Feed & Western Wear have been a part of the Hollister business community since 1976, and have been at their First Street location for 20 years. Read more about Ranchers Feed click…
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