A DAY FOR WOMEN!- Tickets are on sale for the Central California Women's Conference.
Jan Edwards and Nene Casares share details with host Graciela Moreno.
Lisa Ling will be the keynote speaker at the September 20th conference.
Learn how proceeds are used to help dozens of local non-profits. Proceeds also help fund scholarships for local students.
This year's theme is #NoLimits.
Central California Women's Conference
Tuesday, September 20
Fresno Convention Center
MEXICAN CONSUL'S LEGACY- Mexican Consul Vicente Sanchez Ventura will be leaving Fresno for a new position in Cuba. He talks with host Graciela Moreno about his work in the Central Valley.
He's been a big supporter of education and health and has helped foster relationships within the community.
He also has championed for farmworker's rights and increasing business opportunities between the U.S. and Mexico.
BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT- United Way of Fresno & Madera Counties CEO Lindsay Callahan talk about the annual Back to School Nights.
Enjoy a free movie plus families in need can get free backpacks. Organizers need help from the community.
$10 can help purchase one back filled with school supplies for a child. Text your $10 donation to Coolkids at 71777.
Many families are not able to buy these back to school supplies for their children. This is one way you can help.
Back To School Night
Back to School Night
Call 211 for details
Mezcal tasting at Fulton 55 was held to raise funds for the Alzheimer's Association.
Donors got to learn about the disease and drink the agave alcohol that's similar to tequila -- in fact, tequila is one kind of mezcal.
Alzheimer's is the 5th leading cause of death in California.
ALZHEIMER'S CAREGIVER & WELLNESS CONFERENCE IN SPANISH
More than 92,000 Latinos in California have Alzheimer's.
Latinos are 1.5 times more likely to have the disease compared to non-Latinos.
This event helped bring health experts and caregivers together. It was held at Fresno State on June 4th.