Honoring Students- Members of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority of the San Joaquin Valley Alumnae are inviting high school seniors to the 23rd Annual African American High School Recognition Ceremony on Sunday, June 5th.
The event will take place at the Save Mart Center in Fresno. Lisa Nichols and Kimberly Lewis discuss the importance of this ceremony and who is behind the efforts to recognize students. Register by Wednesday, May 18 at: www.gotofresnostate.com/events or call: (559) 577-9793.
WAMFF- Highlights from the Women's Art and Music Festival of Fresno
Think Pinc!- Pinc (Philanthropy Inspired by The Needs of the Community) is teaming up to help Feed our Future. The organization helps serve food to children in need at local schools. PINC is having its fundraiser The Pinc Party on Saturday, June 4th
At the Sunnyside Country Club. Wear pink, bid on silent auction items and have a blast. This year's fundraiser has a Greek theme. Guests are Diane Coderniz, Vice President Of PINC and Jessica Nazaroff, Executive Director Of Feed Our Future.
Get tickets at: www.pincfresno.org
Incredible Journey-An Edison High School student is set to graduate this year... on his way to achieving his American Dream.
Action News reporter Jessica Peres introduces us to Oscar Rivera. The young man walked more than 1,000 miles from Central America to the United States. He's on a new path to success!
Virgin Mary Cries- A statue of the Virgin Mary appears to be weeping. Now the faithful want to see for themselves by visiting a Fresno home.
Have you signed up your kids for sports? There are certain things you should consider if you think your child will be the next big thing! Action News Sports anchor Tommy Tran gets some insight from experts!
Kids and Sports
May 22 at 10:30am