LATINOS AND ALZHEIMER'S-more than 90,000 Latinos in California have Alzheimer's. The Alzheimer's Association is organizing the Central Valley Alzheimer's Caregiver & Wellness Conference in Spanish.
The event is Saturday, June 4th from 8:30am-12:30pm at Fresno State's North Gym #101. This is free. Register by calling (559) 227-4810 ext. 201. Program topics include:
Ten Warning Signs of Memory Loss
Staying Healthy as a Caregiver
Support for Families
Stella De La Pena from the Alzheimer's Association and Susana Rodriguez with Valley Caregiver Resource Center talk to Graciela Moreno about the cause and the event.
BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB OPENS IN SELMA- A new place to play and learn in Selma. The new club is located inside the Salazar Community Center.
TEEN HEALTH ACADEMY- Fresno Barrios Unidos is hosting a Teen Health Academy June 27-July 1st. A fun week fill with activities and information for teens. Topics include: healthy relationships, STDs, Birth Control, Anatomy, etc.
The academy is free and open to ages: 14-17. Food and drinks will be provided. Register at (559) 453-9662 or www.fresnobarriosunidos.org
Lupita Romo Ramirez- Teen Parent Program Specialist/ PHA Program Coordinator and Arely Garzon- Peer Health Ambassador discuss the academy with Graciela Moreno.
HISPANIC CHAMBER DAMAGE- The Tulare Kings Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is regrouping after a burglar set fire to its building and stole equipment. Damage is estimated at $90,000. For more information: www.mytkhcc.org
ZOO ATTENDANCE UP-Warmer weather and new exhibit "African Adventure" are bringing thousands of people to the Fresno Chaffee Zoo.
Zoo officials say they could hit one million visitors this year.
Girl Wrestling Champs!- Selma High Girls Wrestling team won the state championship. We take a look at the athletes, coach and their hard work ethic!
Saturday, May 14
Valley Animal Center
Livingston Downtown Open Market
Thursday, May 12
Dia Del Maestro Banquet
Friday, May 13
Friday, May 20
St. Paul Armenian Church