Students share their plans for the future.
Euphoric Life gives gloves, masks and alcohol to first responders and farmworkers.
Food access, seniors, resources for workers and more.
No cost to residents for access to 10 internet-connected computers and a printer.
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.
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.