While most activities have been virtual, members also coordinated in-person events such as graduations and food drives.
Food access, seniors, resources for workers and more.
As a university administrator, she tells students to ask for help.
Martin Gonzales works to help more minorities get into—and complete—college.
With his family as his inspiration, the national VP of LULAC Young Adults looks to give back to the community.
Silent auction proceeds go to scholarship fund.
Local organization to recognize notable women who have persisted to provide leadership and service to the community.
Local youth council attended state convention from May 17-19.
Conflicts of interest and reporting of gifts among the topics.
State law requires elected officials to receive training on public service ethics laws and principles every two years.
Families offered screenings with a dose of entertainment.
Free health screenings, vision checks, snacks, music, prizes and much more!
LULAC program motivates San Benito County students to pursue a higher education.
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.