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Delano’s Robert F. Kennedy High School baseball team has won the title of not only league champions but also valley champions, making this year Kennedy’s greatest season of baseball thus far in the school’s history.
The Delano LGBTQ Alliance held a Pride march Saturday 12 in celebration of Pride Month.
Marivel Servin, LGBTQ Alliance lead organizer, said that she felt really joyful and appreciated having this opportunity.
The Delano City Council approved to fly a Pride flag outside of the City building in honor of Pride Month.
The United Against COVID-19 Coalition held a vaccination clinic on Thursday from 11:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m.
The Latino Community Foundation and California Citizens Redistricting Commission held a Latino Redistricting Briefing virtual session to inform people why the redistricting process matters to the Latino community and how people can raise awareness on important issues in their area.
Hector Hernandez saw a need in his community of Lamont and Arvin. He noticed indigenous people were in need of more information on services related to farmworker rights, housing rights and so much more.
Emma De La Rosa grew up in public housing apartments off of Edison Highway and Oswell.
The Greater Bakersfield Legal Assistance staff held their last virtual webinar Wednesday to inform residents of Tenants’ Rights for Survivors of Domestic and Sexual Violence.
The Greater Bakersfield Legal Assistance staff held a virtual webinar Wednesday to inform residents of source of Income and Section 8.
Greater Bakersfield Legal Assistance staff held a virtual webinar Wednesday to inform residents on racial equity in Kern County Housing.