Santa Ana, CA—In an effort to bring health awareness to the community, Senator Lou Correa will be collaborating with the Vietnamese Community Health organization of UCLA, to host the Community Health Fair for residents of Orange County on May 5th, 2013 from 9:00am to 1:00pm at the Board room of Rancho Santiago Community College District – 2323 North Broadway, Santa Ana (at the corner of Main and Santa Clara). Continue reading
Santa Ana’s May Day march was a huge success. The theme of the May Day March was immigration reform. There are only two immigrants left on our City Council today – Mayor Miguel Pulido and Councilman Vince Sarmiento. David Benavides, Michele Martinez and Roman Reyna are however fluent in Pocho.
Apparently the City of Santa Ana will be issuing a Certificate of Recognition honoring Harvey Milk, the slain San Francisco politician who has come to represent the gay movement in the U.S., on Monday, May 6, at the Council Meeting, according to an email I received from Archer Altstaetter, the promoter of the East End Promenade, in Downtown Santa Ana.
Archer wrote that “In 2010, Santa Ana was the first City in Orange County to recognize Harvey Milk Day and they have recognized it every year since. The recognition will take place at the beginning of the City Council meeting in City Council Chambers. City Council meeting is supposed to begin at 5:45 pm, but as most of you know, it sometimes is a little late getting started. Wear your GNFF shirts.” Continue reading
If your idea of celebrating Cinco de Mayo involves hanging out with politicians, then this event is for you. RSCCD Trustee Jose Solorio, who just got elected in November last year and is now running for the 34th State Senate District, that will open up in 2014, will join Santa Ana Council Members Angie Amezcua and Roman Reyna, at Original Mike’s, on Friday, May 3, 2013, from 5 to 7 pm. Apparently they want to meet you. Continue reading